The ONEHEART Alberta social inclusion project is a multi-ethnic celebration of the social bridge building contributions of community-minded citizens, artists, visionaries and other leaders toward a new spirit of understanding, appreciation and inclusion between the native and non-native populations in the Blackfoot area, of Southern Alberta.  

Special thanks to the wonderful Youth of the Kainai Nation/Blood Reserve and the Town and County of Cardston, who have been deeply engaged in building an active and inclusive community as part of the ONEHEART project.

Past Projects Include:

A historically inspired mural found on Main Street in Cardston Alberta (left), multiple youth conferences to increase social awareness, float making and parade marching with the Cardston youth, inclusive choirs, a multi-cultural break-dancing group, and more.

The One Heart Alberta Project also developed and presented 'Tribute to Highway of Tears', a moving play put on by local youth from Pretty Moon Theatre Group at the Carriage House Theatre.

This amazing three year collaborative project was sponsored by Shinah House Foundation and the Blood Tribe and funded by the Alberta Government Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund, Canada Seniors Horizons Fund, Lethbridge Community Foundation, Cardston Kinsmen Club and many local organizations, groups and community volunteers. 

Shinah House is currently assisting the Blood Tribe to resurrect this project.

Past supporters of ONEHEART