The Chiefs of Ontario is hosting a C-92 conference in May discussing the new legislation (An Act Respecting First Nation, Inuit and Metis Children, Youth and Families), its implementation in Ontario, and traditional Indigenous child welfare practices. The goal of this act is to keep Indigenous children and youth connected to their families, communities, and culture. It recognizes the individual uniqueness of each First Nation. The focus of the conference is centered around ensuring and maintaining healthy connections with family and community in times of need.

We are looking to First Nation youth to design the conference logo for this upcoming conference.

DEADLINE: April 16th, 2021 at noon

REQUIREMENTS: Create a visual (picture, drawing, painting or creative word art) that represents WHAT healthy child, youth and family connection to family, community and/or culture means to you.

  • Do not include the Chiefs of Ontario logo or name
  • Open to Indigenous Youth 10 – 18 years of age in Ontario
  • Winner will be announced on Wednesday April 21st, 2021

PRIZE: A tablet for the winner with a pizza party for your class. Open to youth 10 – 18-year old’s

SUBMISSION: Please include your name, Teacher’s name and contact info and your school name with each submission.

Any questions and to submit via email by April 16th, 2021 to:

Tuesday Johnson-MacDonald

Conference Coordinator

519 445 1794

If submitting by Mail Attention Youth Logo Contest

P.O. Box 669

Ohsweken, On N0A 1M0

Chiefs of Ontario – First Nation Child and Family Conference – Logo Contest

First Nation Child and Family Conference – Logo Contest Rules