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For National Indigenous Peoples Day, let’s amplify Indigenous voices. Here are some suggestions to get you started:


Name Social Media Notes
McMurray Métis @mcmurraymetis (Twitter/IG)
Fort McMurray 468 First Nation @468fort (twitter)
@fm468fn (IG)
Athabasca Tribal Council @athabascaTC (Twitter/IG)
Fort Mckay First Nation @fortmckay (Twitter/IG)
Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation @acfnkaitailedenenation (IG)
Nistawoyou Association Friendship Centre @nistawoyou (Twitter/IG)
Holly Fortier/ Nisto Consulting   Aboriginal Awareness Training

Indigenous Wellness Core (AHS)
Northeastern Alberta Aboriginal Business Association (NAABA) @naabaymm (Twitter/IG)
Aboriginal Education – Keyano College   Community and Upgrading Education
Wapose Emergency Services


Name | Nom Social account(s)  Notes
The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) @CongAboPeoples (Twitter)
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami @ITK_CanadaInuit (Twitter)

@Inuittapiriitkanatami (IG)
Métis National Council @MNC_tweets (Twitter)
Native Women’s Association of Canada @NWAC_CA (Twitter)
Assembly of First Nations @assemblyoffirstnations (IG)

@AFN_Updates (Twitter)
Indigenous Works @IndigenousWorks (Twitter)
Thunderbird Partnership Foundation @ThunderbirdPF (Twitter)
David Pratt, Vice Chief FSIN @PrattDaveWHP (Twitter) Op-Ed with Margaret Eaton on Kamloops Residential Schools
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations @fsinations (Twitter) Represents 74 First Nations in Saskatchewan
Clayton Thomas-Müller @CreeClayton (Twitter) Author – “Life in the City of Dirty Water: A memoir of healing”

Film director

We Matter Campaign @WeMatterOrg (Twitter, IG)

Indigenous youth organization

Perry Bellegarde @perrybellegarde (Twitter) National Chief, Assembly of First Nations.
The Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres @TheOFIFC (Twitter)
Michelle Chubb, Shina Novalinga, Sarain Fox, James Jones, Shayla Stonechild, Tia Wood, Delainee Tootoosis, Lesley Hampton @indigenous_baddie








(All IG)

Young Indigenous activists featured in Sephora’s new Indigenous campaign:
Matriarch Movement @matriarch.movement (IG)

“Podcast & Non-Profit amplifying Indigenous women’s voices through story, meditation, movement and medicine.”

Ilona Verley


Nlaka’Pamux 2 Spirited Drag Artist who has been able to spotlight Indigenous rights issues in mainstream media outlets. Featuring Vogue and Out Magazine, holding important space as representation for queer Indigenous people in today’s media.
Nikki La’es @nikkilaes Decolonial Educator, TEDx speaker, podcaster, Indigenous activist
Martha Troian @ozhibiiige Martha Troian is Anishinaabe originally from Obishikokanng (Lac Seul First Nation) in northern Ontario. She is an independent journalist and writer who contributes to outlets across the country.
Chief Lady Bird @chiefladybird Indigenous artist and activist
Don Amero @donaldamero (Twitter)
Juno – nominated Canadian Country artist.
Pam Palmater @Pam_Palmater (Twitter)
Cindy Blackstock @cblackst (Twitter) “Spends time learning about & promoting, culturally based equity for Aboriginal children and families.”
Women of the Métis Nation @LesMichif (Twitter)
Pauktuutit (Inuit Women of Canada) @Pauktuutit (Twitter)
Native Youth Sexual Health Network @NYSHN (Twitter) Grassroots Indigenous youth-led org in collaboration w/ a network of intergenerational relative

Idle no more



Indigenous-led social movement for Indigenous rights and the protection of land, water, and sky
Christi Belcourt: @christibelcourt Artist and advocate
David A. Robertson @DaveAlexRoberts


Writer, podcaster


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