Coming Early in 2016

To Chetwynd Secondary, Tumbler Ridge Secondary and Dawson Creek Secondary


Canadian Armed Forces & Bold Eagle Program

(Aboriginal Youth Development)


March 4, 2015 (morning) – Chetwynd Secondary

March 4, 2015  (afternoon) – Tumbler Ridge Secondary

March 5, 2015 (morning) – Dawson Creek Secondary School (South Peace Campus)

Are you an Aboriginal youth living in western Canada or north-western Ontario?

Are you interested in challenging summer employment that delivers hands-on skills development, encourages teamwork, provides physical fitness and promotes cultural awareness?

Bold Eagle is the experience for you! It is a unique summer program that combines Aboriginal culture and teachings with military training.

Bold Eagle is a challenging yet rewarding opportunity that helps to develop valuable skills such as self-confidence, self-discipline, teamwork, time management, respect and fitness to list but a few.

The 2013 program dates are TBA

Are you up to the Bold Eagle challenge?


January 15, 2016 – Tumbler Ridge Secondary and Chetwynd Secondary

January 18, 2016 – Dawson Creek Secondary – South Peace Campus

June 21, 2016 (with more info TBA) and signing of our 3rd Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement

N.A.P.I. Program

May 12 & 13, 2015 – Tumbler Ridge Secondary – Contact: Erica Sieber (CSS & TRS)

May 14 & 15, 2015 – Dawson Creek Secondary School (Central Campus) – Contact: Julie Hamilton

Level 1
The Native Ambassador Post-secondary Initiative (N.A.P.I.) is a project designed to provide information on post-secondary education and to provide positive role modeling to Aboriginal youth enrolled in Junior and Senior High and other youth programs. Our primary goal is to motivate Aboriginal students of all grades and ages to consider pursuing a post-secondary education.

Ambassadors from Mount Royal University, SAIT, Bow Valley College and University of Calgary will be available to visit Aboriginal youth in junior and high schools in order to facilitate “blue print for the future”-type workshops, provide campus tours for visiting groups, and travel to regional Aboriginal career fairs.

The N.A.P.I. Ambassadors are students enrolled in one of the aforementioned post- secondary institutions. As such, they may vary in age and life experience so that youth can learn that achieving a post-secondary degree is an attainable goal.



Bev Lambert

We welcome back Bev Lambert in June of 2016

Northern Lights College

David Christie, Aboriginal Services

November 2015- Dawson Creek Secondary School (South Peace Campus)

February 2016 – Tumbler Ridge Secondary

February 2016 – Chetwynd Secondary

February 4 & 5, 2015

November 2016 – Chetwynd Secondary, Tumbler Ridge Secondary and Dawson Creek Secondary

Ch’nook Cousins Event

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QuickStart Poster Dawson Creek June 5

Tiga Talks

Tiga Talks Children’s TV Show

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