Project team: Cindy, Kim, Duane, Belinda
Project team: Kim, Cindy, Belinda, Duane
From left to right: Cindy, Kim, Duane, Belinda
From left to right: Kim, Cindy, Belinda, Duane
 Duane Turner - Team Leader

Duane is a graduate of the Library Technician Diploma Programme at the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Kelsey Campus, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He has worked on other digital projects in the past, which are listed on his personal site.

 Cindy Haywahe - Project Manager

Cindy is a member of the Carry The Kettle Nakoda First Nation and is the daughter of John and Sadie Haywahe. She has vast knowledge in the field of arts and crafts as her family is very gifted in this area. She enjoys traveling to powwows and meeting people.

Cindy graduated from the Recreation Technology Diploma Program through the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology in 1989 and hopes to someday return to her home reserve to work with the youth.

 Belinda C. Daniels - Coordinator

Belinda C. Daniels is a member of Sturgeon Lake First Nation, though currently living in Saskatoon. Belinda recently finished her education degree in 98'. Belinda manages a busy daily schedule, when not teaching she is over working at the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Center and spending the rest of her time taking care of her family, including her grandmother. She is very interested in learning her Cree language and does so on her own.

Belinda is interested in her First Nations community and her surroundings. She enjoys the little pleasures of life, like golf, summertime bar-b-ques and spending time with her family and friends.

 Kim Turner - Technical Support

Kimberly Turner is originally from the James Smith First Nation, but has lived in Saskatoon off and on for the last 16 years. She is married and has three children.

Kim has just completed her third year of studies at the University of Saskatchewan. Her short-term goal is to obtain a degree in sociology, and has plans to pursue a second degree in the field of Law.

Kim enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading and going for walks.

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