Learn how to work with other young people,
Build strong and lasting friendships,
Develop greater self-esteem and self-confidence,
Develop communication skills,
Develop organizational skills,
Gain self-worth and inner-strength to battle negative peer pressure,
Develop winning attitudes,
Learn how to take responsibility for their actions,
Contribute to making a difference in their community.
- The Seven Sacred Teaching Conference in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
- The 5th Annual Youth Symposium on The Environment in Timmins, Ontario.
- A Memorial visit to Aroland First Nation Cemetery
- Caramat Fish Derby/Baseball Tournament.
- Fort William First Nation Youth Rally, Thunder Bay, Ontario.
- Teaching of our Elders “Giving back to our Youth Gathering”, in Constance Lake First Nation, Ontario.
- Dilico Girls Camp, East Loon Lake, Ontario. Dilico Boys Camp, East Loon Lake, Ontario
Our future looks bright as community involvement is at an all time high Parental involvement shows no sign of slowing down. Youth are seeking more and more positive influences. Community members are showing a more positive role model.
Furthermore, we together are committed in following with the vision of the Ginoogaming First Nation Chief & Council and following the words of our Chief in her address at the 2008 Annual Powwow, that our Youth are the most important and we will work together in building a strong positive atmosphere for our Youth to grow and be healthy for the future of both Ginoogaming First Nation and the Anishnawbe Nation.