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Nov '18

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The Women of IAAW: Lulu

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Lulu first became involved with IAAW after she participated in the self-management program where she met Marggo, the Community Program Coordinator for IAAW. WIthin this umbrella, Marggo coordinates the Housing Diversion program , where women are provided their first month’s rent as well as assistance furnishing an apartment so long as they participated in another IAAW program. After moving… Read more »

Nov '18

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The Women of IAAW: Alexa Blyan

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Alexa Blyan, a 15-year-old Cree/Blackfoot woman from Lloydminster, Alberta is a fantastic example of a passionate young woman who wants to be the change they see in the world. While she works hard as a high school student, she also spends a lot of her free time with the SOAR mentorship team at her school,… Read more »

Nov '18

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The Women of IAAW: Winnie Cardinal

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Winnie is a First Nations woman from the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, proud mother of 5, and a recent graduate of the Empower U Financial Literacy Program. As a busy mother of five, she knows the importance of being financially literate. Although at first, she was unsure about what she would get out of the… Read more »