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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 »

Nov '18

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The Women of IAAW: Marggo Pariseau

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Marggo is a Cree/French woman whose descendants are from Driftpile, AB. Having worked for the community for over 40 years, and at IAAW for 26 years, she is full of irreplaceable knowledge and skill in engaging women in the community to become empowered beings. Her job profile ranges from supporting women in the correctional system to… Read more »