Akwe:go Program

Spencer Rice                             

Akwe:go Coordinator                               

Main Office                                              

705-256-5634 (2122)                                


Gail Pitawanakwat

Akwe:go Enhanced 

Main Office                          

705-256-5634 (2134)



What is the Akwe:go Program?

This program has been specifically designed to  provide a comprehensive program to urban Aboriginal children between the ages of 7-12. The goal of the program is to provide  urban Aboriginal children with the  support, tools and healthy activities which will build upon and foster their inherent ability to make healthy choices. This program has been  designed based on a fundamental principle: to improve the quality of life of urban Aboriginal children through the delivery of  culturally appropriate programs and services.


Seeing Red Brouchure

Seeing Red Referral Form
Parents, caregivers, and guardians please fill out this form to the best of your ability and forward it to akwego@ssmifc.ca or fax it to 705-942-3227. If you have any question please do not hesitate to contact Maggie Antoniow at 705-256-5634.
Seeing Red referal form.pdf
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To register please call Maggie  or Gail at 705 256-5634


ALL clients must be pre-registered for programs. Programs are based on client need and abide to Akwe:go program objectives.


Walking the Path Program

Seeing Red

Abinogii  Kinoomaagego - Boys / Girls Learning

Kids in the Kitchen

Ke Kiishtoon Gaabigedoowiin Kinoomaagegumigoong -

Finish What you Brought Home From School

Recreational Activities

Individual one-to-one Sessions


Field Trips

Traditional Teachings

Anishinawbe Ogimaawin - Native Leadership