Featured Update

Meet the four youth who want to empower, advocate for First Nation Youth in Care

September 21, 2023
Alongside her team members, Reina Foster, a long-time dedicated Indigenous child welfare advocate and former child in care, announced the official launch of Youth Know, […]

Find out more

October 11, 2022

Angeconeb Receives 2022 Oneesh Tamkey Award

Tikinagan Child and Family Services created an award called ONEESH TAMKEY, which means, “Someone who sits in front of a boat or canoe guiding the direction. […]
September 21, 2022

Orange Shirt Day: What’s Happening Where You Live?

As we learn about events happening in our communities for Orange Shirt Day/National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, we will list them here. Learn more […]
September 21, 2022

Why Do We Wear Orange?

On September 30, Tikinagan Child and Family Services invites you to wear orange for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to show your support […]
September 12, 2022

Annual Charity Golf Classic

After a brief hiatus, Tikinagan’s Annual Charity Golf event took place this past Friday, September 23 at the Sioux Lookout Golf Club. We would like […]
August 8, 2022

Niigaanshkaawin Takes First Steps

We are excited to announce the launch of the Niigaanshkaawin project and its website Niigaanshkaawin.org. Mamow Obiki-ahwahsoowin, Tikinagan Child & Family Services’ service model, which […]
July 28, 2022

Lac Seul First Nation’s Honour Our Children Day: August 3, 2022

Date: Wednesday, August 3, 2022 Time: 12pm to 3pm Location: Whitefish Bay Complex Grounds Questions? Call (807)582-3490
July 27, 2022

Tikinagan Fun Day: August 3, 2022

Join us for an afternoon of fun in the sun with games, activities, food, and prizes at the Sioux Lookout 40th Annual Blueberry Festival. Everyone is welcome!
July 19, 2022

Thank you, Judy! 34 Years!

If you called Tikinagan Child & Family Services 34 years ago, you may have heard Judy Angeconeb, our receptionist at the time but now retired […]
June 13, 2022

Charlie’s Journey: A 2SLGBTQ+ Story

For some Indigenous youth who identify on the 2SLGBTQ+ spectrum, finding themselves can be a scary, isolating experience. It wasn’t until Charlie Wabano, a two-spirited […]
June 12, 2022

#Youth Know!