Want to learn about how Indigenous youth are using, protecting and caring for urban land, and the importance of urban land-based spaces to Indigenous youth?

Our upcoming panel will highlight the work of Indigenous youth grantees developing community projects in and around potential locations for a national urban park.

When:  March 26th from 6-7pm ET via Zoom.
Where: Online. Register to receive Zoom details.

About the Speakers

About Justin
At 25, Justin Langan (he/him), an Indigenous activist from Swan River, MB, has been championing Indigenous youth since 15. Serving on numerous committees, his accolades include the 2021 Métis Youth Indspire Award and the Terry Fox Humanitarian Award. A political studies senior at U of Manitoba, he aspires to study human rights law, eyeing a future as a lawyer and politician to amplify Canadians’ rights on the global stage.
About Catherine
Catherine St-Jean (she/her) is a youth from Mi’kmaw and French/Gaelic families. Her mother is from Millbrook First Nation in mainland Nova Scotia. The project she’s been leading focuses on supporting engagement with the Blue Mountain – Birch Cove Lakes Wilderness Area. The project also focuses on increasing awareness of, and training in conservation-based fields among Indigenous youth.

Justin Langan (he/him)

Catherine St-Jean (she/her)





For More Information


Shawna Moore


Program Manager, Impact and Granting