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  • February 17, 2001
  • Sweetgrass Staff

Page 11

The Alberta Native Friendship Centre Association?s fourth bi-annual funding conference is being held at the Ramada Hotel and Conference Centre in Edmonton Feb. 14 to 16. The theme is "Prospering Communities. The event promises to deliver everything you need to know to develop, enhance and fund programs and services.

There will be three to five knowledgeable presenters鈥

  • February 17, 2001
  • Sweetgrass Staff

Page 11

The Alberta Native Friendship Centre Association?s fourth bi-annual funding conference is being held at the Ramada Hotel and Conference Centre in Edmonton Feb. 14 to 16. The theme is "Prospering Communities. The event promises to deliver everything you need to know to develop, enhance and fund programs and services.

There will be three to five knowledgeable presenters鈥

  • February 17, 2001
  • Sweetgrass Staff, EDMONTON

Page 11

The Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (AADAC) is operating a new pilot project to prevent high-risk youth from developing alcohol, drug or gambling problems.

The project has three components in phase one, which is already up and running, and expects to add two components this year.

First, there are currently mobile service teams have been organized to鈥

  • February 17, 2001
  • Sweetgrass Staff, EDMONTON

Page 11

The Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (AADAC) is operating a new pilot project to prevent high-risk youth from developing alcohol, drug or gambling problems.

The project has three components in phase one, which is already up and running, and expects to add two components this year.

First, there are currently mobile service teams have been organized to鈥

  • February 17, 2001
  • Terry Lusty,Sweetgrass Writer, EDMONTON

Page 10

In a continued effort to draw Aboriginals onside, Epcor organized a Jan. 5 information sharing meeting with Cree representatives and Elders from several reserves surrounding Edmonton, including Papasschase descendants that once inhabited the city's river valley.

Convened at the University of Alberta?s Anthropology Dept., the group of 40 or so listened to Dr. Barney Reeves鈥

  • February 17, 2001
  • Terry Lusty,Sweetgrass Writer, EDMONTON

Page 10

In a continued effort to draw Aboriginals onside, Epcor organized a Jan. 5 information sharing meeting with Cree representatives and Elders from several reserves surrounding Edmonton, including Papasschase descendants that once inhabited the city's river valley.

Convened at the University of Alberta?s Anthropology Dept., the group of 40 or so listened to Dr. Barney Reeves鈥

  • February 17, 2001
  • Chris Tyrone Ross, Sweetgrass Writer, EDMONTON

Page 9

This past October, the Red Power Squad released their highly anticipated debut album, Total Kaos. For those unfamiliar, the Red Power Squad (RPS)is an independent Native rap group from Edmonton that has performed at many youth conferences across Canada and has opened for many star rappers.

Conway K, the group leader, recruited another rapper, Redd-E, along with some powwow鈥

  • February 17, 2001
  • Chris Tyrone Ross, Sweetgrass Writer, EDMONTON

Page 9

This past October, the Red Power Squad released their highly anticipated debut album, Total Kaos. For those unfamiliar, the Red Power Squad (RPS)is an independent Native rap group from Edmonton that has performed at many youth conferences across Canada and has opened for many star rappers.

Conway K, the group leader, recruited another rapper, Redd-E, along with some powwow鈥

  • February 17, 2001
  • Bev Rudolfsen, Sweetgrass Writer, EDMONTON

Page 9

Jane Ash Poitras feels pride when she reflects on the modest collection of Native work that helped signal the arrival of the Aboriginal experience into Canada's contemporary art world.

Though the world-renowned Cree artist has travelled an impressive career path over the past two decades, a piece of her heart will always remain with the Alberta Collection of Aboriginal Art鈥

  • February 17, 2001
  • Bev Rudolfsen, Sweetgrass Writer, EDMONTON

Page 9

Jane Ash Poitras feels pride when she reflects on the modest collection of Native work that helped signal the arrival of the Aboriginal experience into Canada's contemporary art world.

Though the world-renowned Cree artist has travelled an impressive career path over the past two decades, a piece of her heart will always remain with the Alberta Collection of Aboriginal Art鈥

  • February 17, 2001
  • Curtis J. Phillips, Sweetgrass Writer, FORT McMURRAY

Page 8

It's hard to imagine that when Rapheal Cree was born, the Klondike gold rush was still many years away.

On Jan. 10 this year, Rapheal celebrated his 108th birthday.

Recognized by some as the oldest living Cree (and perhaps oldest Aboriginal) in Canada, Rapheal lives with his son Elmer, 69, in a small apartment at Araubaska House in downtown Fort McMurray.

  • February 17, 2001
  • Curtis J. Phillips, Sweetgrass Writer, FORT McMURRAY

Page 8

It's hard to imagine that when Rapheal Cree was born, the Klondike gold rush was still many years away.

On Jan. 10 this year, Rapheal celebrated his 108th birthday.

Recognized by some as the oldest living Cree (and perhaps oldest Aboriginal) in Canada, Rapheal lives with his son Elmer, 69, in a small apartment at Araubaska House in downtown Fort McMurray.

  • February 17, 2001
  • Terry Lusty, Sweetgrass Writer, EDMONTON

Page 8

"If you are a role model, you are also a servant of your family, of your community, of our people," said Senator Thelma Chalifoux.

Chalifoux was in Edmonton as the keynote speaker at the fifth Aboriginal Role Models of Alberta Awards that honored 18 individuals for their contributions and achievements.

A 1998 recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award herself,鈥

  • February 17, 2001
  • Terry Lusty, Sweetgrass Writer, EDMONTON

Page 8

"If you are a role model, you are also a servant of your family, of your community, of our people," said Senator Thelma Chalifoux.

Chalifoux was in Edmonton as the keynote speaker at the fifth Aboriginal Role Models of Alberta Awards that honored 18 individuals for their contributions and achievements.

A 1998 recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award herself,鈥

  • February 17, 2001
  • Terry Lusty, Sweetgrass Writer, EDMONTON

Page 7

Two 12 year-olds, Dave Lamouche (Gift Lake) and Calvin Waquan (Fort Chipewyan), have a few things in common.

Both are Aboriginal, have been on skates since age four or five, played hockey since age five and now live in Edmonton.

More importantly, the two peewee hockey players were selected by the North West Zone Oilers to play in the 42nd annual Quebec鈥