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  • Poundmaker's Lodge Treatment Centres - Home | Facebook

    Tansi everyone! We are currently looking to add people to our team at Poundmaker's Lodge Treatment Centres. We currently have a job posting for a Casual Program ...

  • Home - Poundmaker's Lodge Treatment Centres

    Poundmaker's Lodge treatment centres is an aboriginal accredited, cultural and spiritual based addiction and mental health treatment facility.

  • Pitikwahanapiwiyin - Wikipedia

    Pîhtokahanapiwiyin (c. 1842 – 4 July 1886), better known as chief Poundmaker, was a Plains Cree chief known as a peacemaker and defender of his people.

  • Poundmaker's Lodge: A Healing Place by Alanis Obomsawin - NFB

    This short documentary by Alanis Obomsawin takes us to Poundmaker's Lodge, a treatment centre in St. Albert, Alberta, that welcomes Native people troubled by ...

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    Information on available facility-based treatment options for NWT ... on the root causes of addiction and empowers people in ... welcome at Poundmakers.

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  • Poundmaker's Lodge - Edmonton, Alberta - Public ...

    Poundmaker's Lodge, Edmonton, ... Poundmakers Lodge was merged with this page . ... 1,096 people checked in here.

  • Poundmaker: A warrior in love with Peace.

    Too few people have the ability to live by their beliefs when challenged with more than ordinary circumstances. ... Poundmaker, a Plains Cree Chief was such a person.

  • The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan | Details

    Shortly after signing Treaty 6 he became chief of 182 people, ... β€œThe Trials of Poundmaker and Big Bear, 1885,” Saskatchewan History 28 (3): 81–94.

  • Poundmaker - The Canadian Encyclopedia

    Poundmaker. Retrieved ... Col W.D. Otter led a military force to "punish" the Aboriginal people, but when they attacked Poundmaker's camp near Cut Knife Hill they ...

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