Arctic Chiller was happy to put together a custom short run for this year's Women's Day celebration for Bigstone Cree Nation.
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The Annual National Mentorship Forum and Annual General Assembly for the Indigenous Physicians' Association of Canada (IPAC) took place between September 6-8, 2013 at Blue Quills First Nations College, Alberta. This annual gathering brings together Indigenous medical students and resident physicians with licensed medical doctors for a weekend of presentations, networking, but most importantly fun! This year approximately forty Indigenous medical doctors (and those to be) gathered on Treaty Six, nehiyaw ("Cree") territory.
One of key objectives of IPAC is to foster the development of a sustainable Indigenous physician human workforce to meet the needs of Indigenous communities in Canada. Currently there are an estimated three hundred Indigenous physicians across the country, with a projected need of between 1600 - 2500. There is much work to be done to close this gap. IPAC thanks Arctic Chiller for providing support to our small, but important organization!
For more information on IPAC, please view our website: http://ipac-amic.org/
- Dr. James A. Makokis
Board Member of the Indigenous Physicians' Association of Canada
Saddle Lake Cree Nation
The first annual golf tournament took place on August 2nd, 2013 at the Athabasca Golf & country club.
The fundraiser tournament was organized by the treaty day committee in an effort to raise money for the 2013 Bigstone Treaty Day Celebration.
Each year, Treaty Day Celebrations are held in our community, as well as for the surrounding communities affiliated with Bigstone Cree Nation. The celebration is held to promote the Treaty 8 adhesion that was signed in 1899 and increases knowledge and significance of the Treaty.
Tansi Group not only donated all the water to the golf tournament, but they had custom labels made for the bottles. The label was a great promotion tool for both Bigstone Cree Nation and Tansi. Weeks after the tournament people were still requesting the water bottles as souvenirs. Tansi Goup is always a generous supporter to many of our community Events, their kind donations to our golf tournament as well as to our treaty day celebrations helped in making both events a huge success.
Thank you Tansi Group
Over a thousand Indigenous and Treaty Peoples concluded four days of ceremony, relationship building and deliberations at the National Treaty Gathering held at Onion Lake Cree Nation, Treaty 6 Territory.
As the host Nation of this year’s gathering, Onion Lake Cree Nation was pleased to bring to its territory many Nations from across Turtle Island and is looking forward to the upcoming meetings and next year’s gathering tentatively set for September 2014 will take place in Treaty No. 4 Territory.
The Onion Lake Cree Nation, Treaty No. 6, is a sovereign Indigenous Nation which protects Inherent and Treaty rights within their territory. The Nation has over 5000 members and is governed by their own Cree Governance Structure. Onion Lake Cree Nation is located 30 minutes north of Lloydminster on highway 17. For further information, please contact:
Candice Maglione, Onion Lake Cree Nation, Treaty No. 6 Territory
(780) 614-7498 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tansi Group supplied Helping Hooves with a $2,000 donation.
The Helping Hooves Society is a non-profit organization helping with the needs of families at risk. Donations go towards helping the fundraiser be a success and also to help with purchasing the food and water for the riders.
TANSI H20 made the $1000 donation to help pay for singers, dancers and Drummers for the POW WOW day event. We are proud to give back to Mother Earth as they rediscover the gifts and potential of our children through indigenous teachings.
- Brett Meredith, Sr. VP Tansi Business Development Group
TANSI/Arctic Chiller Water was the key sponsor for the Wabasca/Desmarais International Women's Day 2013 Gala
in Wabasca and donated $2567.90 for food and TANSI Water to this event.
Tansi's first big event was held on December 31st, 2012 at the Christmas Round Dance.
Tansi contirbuted $4,000 in gifts for 450 people at Bigstone Cree Nation.
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