Reconciliation and our new Premier

Reconciliation and our new Premier

Ka Ni Kanichihk congratulates The Honourable Heather Stefanson on her election and swearing in as the 24th premier of Manitoba. We appreciate and thank you for your early commitment to reconciliation and look forward to working with you to ensure all Indigenous...
Indigenous Veterans Day – November 8th

Indigenous Veterans Day – November 8th

As a young military cadet, Melanie Brass (pictured here) proudly participated in Canada’s first Indigenous Veterans Day held in Winnipeg on November 8, 1994. She also participated in a service this year at Ka Ni Kanichihk. Indigenous Veterans Day is now observed...
Consider a Gift

Consider a Gift

As 2021 winds to a close, we enter the seasonal giving period – a time that brings our thoughts to extending a hand to others, sharing what we can, and building a bright future for all. This year, please consider making a gift to our community by donating to Ka...
Community Chili Cook Off

Community Chili Cook Off

Ka Ni Kanichihk will once again be hosting our annual Chili Cook Off in support of the United Way. We had to cancel this event in 2020, so we’re really looking forward to once again offering delicious chili, bannock and apple crisp.  This year’s event will still...
Welcome to our new Governing Council Members

Welcome to our new Governing Council Members

Ka Ni Kanichihk is pleased to welcome our newest Council Members for 2021-22! Listed in order of appearance from left to right. Herbert Zobell is RBC’s Vice President, Commercial Financial Services, Indigenous Banking, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nunavut and Western...
Honouring our past

Honouring our past

It is only by raising awareness and increasing Canadians’ knowledge of the past that we can ensure we are all moving forward together. September 30 marked Canada’s first National Day for Truth & Reconciliation, and October 4th was the National Day of Action for...