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  • 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: 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.

  • Poundmaker's Lodge Treatment Centres - Home | Facebook

    Poundmaker's Lodge Treatment Centres, St. Albert. 5K likes. Poundmaker's Lodge Treatment Centres is an Aboriginal addictions treatment centre near...

  • 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 ...

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

    I am sitting at Poundmakers Lodge reminiscing of years gone by I first came here in 1976 Demon after demon and finally won in 1991 ... 1,302 people checked in here.

  • NWT Facility-Based Treatment Options for Addictions ...

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

  • Poundmaker |

    Poundmaker at his trial in 1885; photo by Otto (a.k.a. Oliver) Buell ... Poundmaker saw an opportunity to lobby for food and took 60 people to Battleford, ...

  • Virtual Saskatchewan - Cree Chief Poundmaker

    Poundmaker and the legendary Big Bear, who was forced by starvation of his people to finally take treaty in 1882, were leaders in the fight for fair treatment.

  • 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.

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