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OICC Youth Summer Activities 2014
The Ottawa Inuit Children’s Centre has a variety of summer activities that it offers its Youth. Informattion and details for the events are detailed in the flyer. The link below will open a printable PDF information sheet.
Have a great summer!
OICC’s Bridging the Gap BTG
The BTG program supports Inuit students and parents; teaches Inuit culture and history; and assists teachers in meeting youths’ learning styles by building confidence and pathways to educational success. For information, call Steven. 613-746-5400 ext 221.
July Summer Camp
For Students, Grade 10 to 12
Learn Inuit Culture Online!
Our Inuit Cultural Online Resource, also known as ICOR, is undergoing some site development. It provides a central resource location for learning about Canadian Inuit culture and traditions. Its purpose is to offer a way of learning about what it means to be Inuit, including some basic vocabulary. Videos are available through this website.
The Aboriginal Best Start Committee Video
Natalie speaks on building wellness and cultural identity
Do you have questions about the Children’s Aid Society?
Would you like to learn more about fostering or adopting? Do you have an open file that you would like some support with?
Drop in to 76 Queen Mary Street any Friday between 1:30-4:00 to get answers from Heidi, the Inuit Liaison Worker.
October Music Trivia Fundraiser for OICC!
Go Shopping and automatically fundraise for the OICC!
Buy groceries, gas, clothing, and help raise funds for the OICC–automatically! It is all through a progam called FundScrip. You buy your favourite stores’ Gift Cards through FundScrip, OICC’s ID code 3VKC4R, then go shopping! It’s that easy. Call Sherry 613-744-3133, ext. 232. Please, consider fundraising with no donations or additional costs to you. Qujannamiik!!
We Are Healthy Cookbook
This cookbook is the result of the ‘We Are Healthy’ program, where parents of Inuit children were given easy, cost-effective and fun recipes and physical activity opportunities to encourage healthy life-styles. Now we are able to share with you some of the program’s recipes. Thank you to the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport – Healthy Communities Fund for their generous funding support.
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