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Indigenous Partnership Council
Canada Games 2022

Honouring Our Athletes Past And Present

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Walking together as one

Our Vision

Working together to build a legacy for an inspiring, unifying and transformative 2022 Canada Summer Games through sharing our diverse First Nations, Metis, and Inuit cultures.

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Our Mission

To welcome and educate the 2022 athletes, their families, guests and the larger Niagara community, by providing knowledge on the original peoples of Turtle Island.

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Our values

Indigenous Partnership Council is achieving more with our initiatives than ever before. We work on many exciting projects to help improve the lives of others, and are very proud of the progress we continue to make. Learn more about what we do, who we help, and how we work every day to promote positive change.

Our Pillars

indigenous athletes

honouring our athletes past & present

Alwyn morris

Alwyn morris

Mohawk
Montreal QB
November 22, 1957
Canoeing/Kayak

Accomplishments

Bronze and gold Olympic medals.

Silver at the world championships.

Waneek horn miller

Waneek horn miller

Mohawk of Kahnawake
Montreal QB
November 30, 1975
Water Polo

Accomplishments

First co-captain for Women’s Canadian olympic Water Polo.

Three time athlete of the year Carleton University.

Pan Am Games gold medalist.

Jesse Cockney

Jesse Cockney

Inuvialuit
Yellowknife, NT
July 26, 1989
Cross Country Skiing

Accomplishments

3 gold medals Canada 2011.

Caroline Calve

Caroline Calve

Algonquin
Hull, QB
October 1, 1978
Snowboarding

Accomplishments

Gold at the World Cup, PGS.

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