Indigenous Leadership Building on Legacy
Banff Centre has refreshed its leadership programming model to continue to meet the unique needs and challenges facing Indigenous communities.
Banff Centre alumna and affordable housing advocate Angie Prince-Smoke reflects on her educational journey.
Mending the Blanket
Students at Oilfields High School reconnect to their ancestry through the Blanket Exercise.
Learn About Our Truth and Reconciliation Summit Report
On Saturday, October 29, 2016, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity hosted a Truth and Reconciliation Summit. These were some of the findings.
Deepening relationships by sharing personal stories
Over the five days of the Cultures-Based Innovation Symposium, participants took time to share their personal stories and backgrounds before they went on to present their work.
Annual award honours achievements of Indigenous women in community leadership
If you are an Indigenous woman who has participated in one or more of our Indigenous Leadership and Management programs, we invite you to apply for this annual scholarship.
This Indigenous Leader Finds Power in Telling Her Own Story
Bonnie Harvey speaks about her experience in our Indigenous Leadership Program
Helping Indigenous Leaders, Administrators and Managers “Dream Big”
With a travel scholarship from Canadian North and support from his company, Darrell Ohokannoak travelled to Alberta from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut several times over two years to hone his leadership...
Wise Practices: Indigenous Communities Share Their Stories
The sharing of stories – how they inspire, are communicated, and learned from – was a key theme of the Wise Practices in Indigenous Community Development Symposium, a culmination of a two-and-a-half...