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Cando, SK. S0K0V0

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is IOPPS Indigenous?

Indigenous Opportunities is an engagement platform focused on presenting the positives of indigenous enterprise, success and opportunities through structured social media audiences.   Through structured social media engagement and a strong indigenous social media presence, Iopp’s facilitates constructive engagement with active Indigenous users through the attractive influence of Social Media.

Why Indigenous Opportunities ?

Community is defined by Merriam-Webster as:  a body of persons of common and especially professional interests scattered through a larger society”.  By creating a digital community, Iopps is building indigenous digital presence through networking, education, employment and facilitating success.

Why social media?

Opportunity is constantly available.  Engaging that opportunity is where the challenge lies.   At Indigenous Opportunities we focus on the six “Cs” to connect with community members looking for opportunity, which includes: contact, connect, conversation, consideration, consumption and community.  Through focused digital social networks and optimizing social media tools, we connect and engage with people seeking their next opportunity.

How many Facebook groups are created under the IOPPS brand?

There are 22 total groups created that have a topic for everyone.

All the groups start with “iopps.ca_________”

  1. Saskatchewan Jobs
  2. Alberta Jobs
  3. British Columbia Jobs
  4. Ontario Jobs
  5. Quebec Jobs
  6. Manitoba Jobs
  7. Maritime Jobs
  8. Empowers Women
  9. Empowers Men
  10. Explores Art & Photography
  11. At the movies
  12. Education
  13. Mental Health Awareness
  14. Cooking & Gardening
  15. Music
  16. Make-up & Fashion
  17. Science & Technology
  18. Pow Wows & Indian Rodeo
  19. Goes Travelling
  20. Fitness & Wellness
  21. Business & Entrepreneurship
  22.  Athletes

Meet The iopps team

Nathan arias

Tansi everyone!! I am from Red Pheasant First Nation located in the treaty 6 area of SK. I am the creator of IOPPS Indigenous Opportunities and I welcome you to our website. I created IOPPS for the main purpose of sharing and introducing new opportunities to Indigenous People through the power of social media. My goal is that you learn, share and succeed so that more opportunities may be passed on for future generations!

Sekwun Ahenakew

Tansi my name is Sekwun Ahenakew. My field is land based education, educational foundations am intrigued by Indigenous cosmology. I am a deep promoter in positive self talk, chooser of joy and love a good sense of humor.

Glenna Henderson

Hello, my name is Glenna Henderson. I was raised and again live in Winnipeg on Treaty 1 territory. I am Anishinaabe and Nehiyew with some European forefathers. I have lived in multiple communities and large cities in the Middle of Turtle Island. I have worked in the Casino industry for most of my adult life and now I own Cookem Daisey’s a catering business named after my paternal Kookum(grandmother). I started Video Blogging with IOPPS Empower Women from the beginning. It is an honour to share with the focus of giving a voice and outlet to the wonderful women of this world. I look forward to all the outlets we are branching into such as podcasting and blogging.

Ron McHugh

Ron McHugh is a Siksika/Saulteaux/Cree/Irish. A member of the Siksika Nation, Ron has spent most of his life growing up in the city. A multigenerational Survivor of residential school trauma, Ron is on a never-ending healing journey.

Part of the journey is embracing the role of “Learner” and exploring the latest advents in fitness, psychology, nutrition and healthy aging. This includes regularly going to the gym and also pursuing an “outdoor” lifestyle of hiking, trail running, biking, snowshoeing and whatever else can get him out of the house/office.

There is no finish line.

 Everyday is a day to heal… to fight… to succeed. You just have to see the OPPORTUNITIES all around you all the time!

Orest Zwozdesky

Orest bio is coming really soon, like so soon. like I cannot believe it is not here already. but it will be here asap.

Rachel Yahyahkeekoot

My name is Rachel Yahyahkeekoot, I’m from Beardy’s & Okemasis First Nation and grew up in Saskatoon.  I am a mother, an educator, intuitive coach, and owner/founder of Living Proof Empowerment Services. I offer support, guidance, and steps to encourage and empower others through self-awareness and healing.  I believe we are living in a reality where, healing is imperative in order to foresee a bright future for the next 7 generations.

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