This is no ordinary social network… Created by Indigenous people for Indigenous people…
The Okwaho Network is an Indigenous inspired social network that connects Canada’s First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples to the greater global Indigenous community. It is a great place to meet old friends and make new friends, whether it’s across the road, or around the world, the Okwaho Network keeps you connected.
Created by two ambitious Indigenous entrepreneurs from Canada, the Okwaho Network is a social innovation achievement for all Indigenous peoples to celebrate. Heck, it’s not everyday a social network is created for the express benefit and use of Indigenous peoples! So come, share your stories; connect with your culture, your people, and your community.
On behalf of the founders, Shyra and Rye, welcome to the Okwaho Network.
What can you do on the Okwaho Network?
Indigenous Grass Roots Movements
Interested in grass roots movements like Idle No More? Or causes that impact Indigenous social well being? The Okwaho Network provides a platform for spreading awareness about what matters most to us.
Instant Messaging (IM)
IM with old friends or even better start a new conversation with a Maori, Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander! Learn about culture; find out what you have in common.
Easily create a group on the Okwaho Network. This is a great feature for grassroots movements, communities and organizations that need to share information on a dedicated online platform.
Indigenous Culture and Language
As an Indigenous social network it is a perfect education tool for sharing cultural teachings and knowledge and connecting our speakers to our youth.
The "Wall” keeps your friends up-to-date on the latest news and life events that make your life interesting. It’s a great way to share what matters most to you.
Contact old friends and family or connect with new friends using our private messaging service through the Okwaho Network.