Launch of the BECOME Scholarships

The New Pathways Foundation’s team is pleased to announce the launch of the BECOME Scholarships in partnership with the Desjardins Foundation. These scholarships aim to provide essential support to Indigenous youth aged 12 to 35 in their educational journey. More than just financial aid, these scholarships embody our commitment to social justice by removing obstacles… Continue reading Launch of the BECOME Scholarships

BECOME awards

The BECOME Awards encourage First Nations youth in Quebec to stay in school! The New Pathways Foundation, in collaboration with the Quebec Indigenous Mentorship Network, is delighted to announce the launch of the BECOME Awards for 2023-2024. These awards are designed to honor and reward the academic perseverance of First Nations youth in Quebec.  … Continue reading BECOME awards

Our actions of January

Click here to read our monthly bulletin In January, we reaffirmed our dedication to the empowerment of First Nations youth through a series of inspiring initiatives. This month marked the commencement of planning for our camps, with the objective of visiting several communities. We are pleased to announce that visits to Uashat mak Mani-utenam and… Continue reading Our actions of January

Our actions of december

Click here to read our monthly bulletin   In December, our commitment to the development of First Nations youth was vigorously pursued through several significant initiatives. Firstly, we had the pleasure of attending the Gala Méritas de Noël at the Kiuna Institute, where the young individuals who had participated in our Décidaction initiative showcased their… Continue reading Our actions of december

Our actions in November

Click here to see our November actions. In November, our commitment to the empowerment of First Nations youth was evident through a significant initiative: the deployment of Become’s internships. This indeed constituted a highlight, mobilizing a significant portion of the team in support and bringing together youth from various communities in Quebec. The experiential internships… Continue reading Our actions in November

Our actions of october

Click here to see our October actions. This month, our actions have reached the youth of various nations, including the Atikamekw, Innu, Abenaki, Mi’gmaq, Wendat, and Algonquin Nations.      This bulletin provides an overview of the highlights of our initiatives, showcasing two projects this month: Camps and Decidaction. These initiatives have engaged youth aged 12… Continue reading Our actions of october

Orange Shirt Day: The Foundation will be at the Laval University on September 28-29-30

A Living History of Strength and Resilience  The month of September is a special time for all of us as we prepare to celebrate Orange Shirt Day and Truth and Reconciliation Day at Laval University. This day holds particular significance this year as it provides us with an opportunity to honor the past while celebrating… Continue reading Orange Shirt Day: The Foundation will be at the Laval University on September 28-29-30

Kwaweyih’ (together) moccasins by Bastien – Indigenous artisan

Bastien Moccasins – Indigenous Craftsmanship for the New Pathways Foundation  In anticipation of Orange Shirt Day, an inspiring initiative is led by Bastien, a proud Indigenous company embracing its roots. They have chosen to make a significant gesture towards reconciliation by launching the Kwaweyih’ (together) model, entirely dedicated to the New Pathways Foundation. These symbolic… Continue reading Kwaweyih’ (together) moccasins by Bastien – Indigenous artisan

Become and its 2023-2024 projects

In this Back-to-School Season, the New Pathways Foundation and its BECOME Initiative are pleased to introduce some projects for the upcoming year. Projects specifically designed for First Nations youth to support them on the path to their future. Workplace Exploration Internships: New Career Pathways This year, we have a surprise for you! Our workplace exploration… Continue reading Become and its 2023-2024 projects

A luminous bond of reconciliation: Akua Nature’s Mamu candles benefit the New Pathways Foundation

Akua Nature, a dedicated Indigenous enterprise, wishes to shine a light on a reconciliation movement by launching a special initiative on the occasion of the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. They introduce the Mamu candles, with all sales proceeds benefitting the New Pathways Foundation. The Foundation’s mission, devoted to the well-being of First Nations… Continue reading A luminous bond of reconciliation: Akua Nature’s Mamu candles benefit the New Pathways Foundation