Ka Ni Kanichihk New Logo

Ka Ni Kanichihk New Logo

You may have noticed our logo has changed.  In mid 2020, Ka Ni Kanichihk undertook a brand strengthening journey that included seeking input from our community members as we explored our purpose, vision, mission and values. Ka Ni Kanichihk’s new logo doesn’t...
A nation grieving

A nation grieving

It is hard to learn of the recent discovies of bodies in unmarked graves at former Indian Residential Schools (IRS) in British Columbia and Saskatchewan. A lot of deep, painful feelings and memories have risen to the surface for many.  As an Indigenous community...
Indigenous Ally Toolkit

Indigenous Ally Toolkit

In 2019, the Montreal Indigenous Community Network launched the Indigenous Ally Toolkit, which was created to foster alliances and educate non-Indigenous people and groups on how they can use their privilege to listen, shift power dynamics, and take concrete steps...