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Empowering Professionals: Discover our Redesigned Website and Dynamic Resource Hub

By: Elisabeth Wells, OKN Executive Director About 8 years ago, a group of like-minded professionals gathered to embark on a website redesign journey aimed at creating a hub of knowledge, collaboration, and support for those dedicated to the well-being of children,...

Relationships and Reconciliation

By Angela Bellegarde, OKN’s Manager of Indigenous Strategy Building relationships with the Indigenous community may be easier than you think. It should come as no surprise to you that Canada is in the era of Truth and Reconciliation. The tragic findings of graves on...

HUNGRY for CHANGE – Food Insecurity and How it affects our youth

By Jane Seward, Transitional Youth Worker, Bridging the Gap You hear it in the news constantly… people around the world are going hungry every day. Growing up it was a phrase I heard at mealtime when we either complained about what was being served or didn’t want to...

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June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada

Our Kids Network encourages everyone to recognize National Indigenous History Month and expand their Indigenous literacy Helpful resources are available on the OKN website Halton Region, Ontario – June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada, and Our Kids...
Indigenous Reconciliation

Our Kids Network is situated on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, and the Huron-Wendat; now home to many First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. We acknowledge the current treaty holders, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. We also recognize the lasting presence and deep traditional knowledge and viewpoints of the Indigenous people with whom we share this land.