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Feb '19

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IAAW’s President & Founder featured at the #newram

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The new Royal Alberta Museum which opened its doors last October 2018 houses a large variety of Indigenous artifacts.     Some of the artifacts include the Manitou Stone, unearthed tools over thousands of years old. Included among these artifacts are the stories of outstanding Indigenous Albertans throughout history.     Muriel Stanley Venne, the president and… Read more »

Dec '18

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The Women of IAAW: Julia Chalifoux

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“I was working at a hotel before my job at IAAW. I saw the job ad for the Empower U Facilitator, I had so much so much self-doubt and I was trying to find every reason not to apply. It said facilitator, and I’m not a teacher. I had the job ad up on Facebook and… Read more »

Nov '18

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The Women of IAAW: Muriel Stanley Venne

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President and founder of IAAW, Muriel Stanley Venne continues to be a bright light for the Indigenous women who look for an inspirational role model in Alberta and beyond. Some of her achievements include receiving the Order of Canada, After her integral roles in advocating for various Indigenous women’s rights in the justice system, she… Read more »