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Less than 500 years ago, the only people living in Canada were the First Peoples. The Indigenous people of this land have a rich history and unique relationship with our country, one that includes chapters of hurt but also new chapters of healing.

Together, through tangible acts of love and hope-filled testimony, we can be a blessing to Indigenous communities across the land! Partner with us today.

MEDIA

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Louis Says is a unique, half-hour animated children’s television series, targeting North American Indigenous children.

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Follow hosts Crystal Lavallee and Barry Mitsuing-Chalifoux as they share uplifting stories of culture and reconciliation in Indigenous communities across Canada.

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Home and Native Land follows the lives of two indigenous men who’ve overcome adversity and are making a difference in their respective communities.

STORIES

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MISSION UPDATE

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Love In Action: Bringing Fresh Food To Our Indigenous Communities

... I was shocked because so many northern Indigenous communities can’t afford the high cost of nutritious food. A head of iceberg lettuce costs $7.09. Three pounds of no-name ground beef costs $22.00. Such is the added cost of transportation to remote areas...

Media Mentorship Program for Indigenous Youth

Two years ago, Crossroads pioneered an exciting media mentorship program for Indigenous youth! The goal was and is, to give high school students living on reserves a positive cross-cultural experience. The youth stay with staff, and enjoy special trips to the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium and Niagara Falls interspersed during their training.
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BC Mission to 5 Indigenous Communities

I was invited by Lana and Rick Wolf to visit Blueberry River First Nation to listen to their concerns and pray with them for revival and a strong church to be established in the community. I was both shocked and saddened to hear about the history of Blueberry River First nation...

Hope is Rising in Canada’s Arctic

You know those magnetic people…the ones who, when they speak, instantly grab your attention and lock you in? It’s usually not because they’re the loudest, or funniest, or most charismatic… it’s their trustworthiness, relatability and realness that elevates their voice from the crowd.
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Report on Saskatchewan, Quebec and British Columbia

Sept. 28 to Oct. 8/19 - Our various Crossroads teams travelled across three provinces in ten days for an amazing example of First Peoples Voices: Media and Mission. Project Hope Youth Empowerment Weekend, SaskatoonOver fifty youth gave their hearts to Jesus at ‘Project Hope’ in Saskatoon....

Wabasca to Maskwacis, Northern Alberta Mission

The emphasis of this Alberta trip was maintaining and strengthening the relationships with the many young people Crystal and I previously met. It is a four-hour drive from the Edmonton Airport, south-west of Fort McMurray to Wabasca. ...
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Northern Saskatchewan Mission Tour

Many times I have travelled the seven-hour drive through the Boreal Forest Region of northern Saskatchewan to Birch Narrows/Turnor Lake. Many times I have enjoyed bear sightings along the way....
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Alaska Highway, Northern British Columbia, June 19-25

The highway was built in eight months and paid for by the US government during World War II. It runs from Dawson Creek, BC to Fairbanks, Alaska. Back then the road was dirt through forests. Today it is paved all the way making for easier access to the many Indigenous communities located miles into the interior. The access roads are all still dirt.

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