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Stories from the road: Pikwakanagan

Hi Everyone ! 

Stories from the Road: Tyendinaga

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Hello all! This past weekend Lea and I travelled the short distance to the Tyendinaga pow wow. This pow wow was special because it is where I’m from. It was a nice feeling getting to interact with members from Tyendinaga and it was great to see so many familiar faces either from individuals from the community itself or from other pow wows that we have travelled to.

Stories from the Road: Six Nations

Stories from the Road: Scugog

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Lea Here!

Stories from the road: Kahnawake

She:kon! I hope you all had lovely weekends, as did we because this weekend we were able to travel to Quebec to the beautiful Mohawk Nation of Kahnawake for their annual Echoes of a Proud Nation Pow Wow. Before checking into our hotel on Friday, Kim - who is a former resident of Montreal - told Jen and I that we absolutely had to go to Smoked Meat Pete’s, her former go-to spot, for the best smoked meat in town. When anything is said to be the best, you know you just have to try it, so we did, and right away we knew it had to be the best because it was absolutely packed!

Stories from the Road: Munsee-Delaware

Munsee-Delaware pow wow


What a beautiful weekend we had in Munsee-Delaware this past weekend! It was sunny and warm, and eagles came to the Grand Entry!

Stories from the road: Southeast Scarborough (Eastview JPS)

Back again! Jenn and Lea here to tell you all about our time at the Southeast Scarborough pow wow. We had an awesome time meeting the students of Eastview Junior Public School (and a few others) on Wednesday! Attendance was amazing and it was great to interact with the students. 

Stories from the road: Summer Solstice Aboriginal Festival

Hello again! Jenn, Lea and Kim here! We had an awesome time at the Ottawa Summer Solstice Festival this past weekend.

Meet our 2015 Summer STEM Outreach Team

Our outreach team is in place!

These are the reps from AAE that you'll meet on the pow wow trail this summer. We'll be everywhere from Ottawa in June to Kahnawake in July, Silver Lake for the last weekend in August and many points in between.

Come say hi when you see us...

STEM Outreach team 2015

From left: Kim, Lea, AAE Director Melanie, Jennifer, and AAE Outreach Coordinator Joe.


Stories from the road: Port Hope

Hi everyone! This is Lea from the AAE team. This past weekend Melanie, the director of AAE, and I attended the second annual Port Hope pow wow.


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