A Journey with The Media


The Importance of Ritual & Ceremony

Now more than ever we are being called to lean into that which is greater in all we do! When faced with resistance, one must rise up and walk through with confidence, understanding and flexibility. Every part of our live is important and they all run together with complexity and confusion... a healthy mindset, structure and healthy habits are crucial in ensuring our Wellness in all is achieved! In December 2020 I was blessed to have this great conversation with Jen Golletz in the attempt to bring awareness to community connection and creating a brand new 2021 with intention, power and grace!
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Talking Connection with Julianne Hazlewood

We believe in connection and I am deeply rooted in the culture my ancestors fought to hard to celebrate, honor and share! So when CBC Radio made the call to join, I jumped at the chance to share truths, change and connection for all!
This series was an introduction to the Opening of The Craigleith Heritage Depot's Indigenous Culture Exhibit and a gift to create and share with the world in the middle of a crazy COVID Holiday Season that called us to separate yet... connect even deeper than we have ever known!
Recorded December 2020
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Partnering with The #WeSeeYou Campaign 2021

Our “We See You” campaign addresses two distinct and current challenges that First Nations youth face while living in remote communities. Through interactive and educational presentations to middle and high school students in urban settings, Dwight Ballantyne has been sharing his experiences and the barriers he faced growing up in a remote northern Saskatchewan First Nation. Dwight began this journey in January 2020, to raise awareness and bring a voice to this invisible segment of Canadian society. He has also been sharing inspiration and encouraging the youth living in remote First Nations to create a vision for themselves through a personalized and impactful presentation specifically designed for these youth. The Ballantyne Project team was able to bring these presentations to remote First Nation communities beginning in September 2019.

With the assistance of community and donations a plenty The Chronicles of Momma Mac was able to send 21 Activity Boxes to Mikisew Cree First Nation in Alberta... this remote reservation is home to 1200 Indigenous People and providing this level of support was not only a life changing experience but something that I am extremely grateful for and proud of!!!!!
I cannot wait to do this again and rise up even higher with our support!
Miigwetch to all who helped us make this happen!
Coach Heather


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