Our Story

Na na boozhoo & Tansi Nitotemak, Buffalo Keeper NehiYaw Centre was created by Brad Seneca and Candace Seneca to help people with homelessness, employment, and Myra House a supportive transitional housing for individuals returning to society from the justice system.

Brad Seneca  is a full blood Anishinabe (Ojibwa) from the Chippewas of the Thames reservation located in Southwestern Ontario 30 klms from the city of London.

Candace Seneca is a Cree woman, kokum, chapan, knowledge keeper from Saskatchewan.

Buffalo Keeper NehiYaw Centre helps families, youth, and adults with programs, community resources, cultural knowledge and guidance.

Buffalo Keeper NehiYaw Centre is registered in the Province of Alberta. Under the non-profit Societies Act on February 1st, 2018. The Society obtained charitable number status on January 1st, 2020.

Staff, Board, and Volunteers

Buffalo Keeper NehiYaw Centre Board

  • President/Founder:  Brad Seneca
  • Co-Founder:  Candace Seneca
  • Treasurer: 
  • Director: Randi Stone
  • Director: Vanessa Gladue
  • Director:  Sheryl Tonsi

Employment and Volunteer

If you are interested in volunteering or applying for a position within Buffalo Keeper NehiYaw Centre, please send cover letter and resume to: buffaloknc@gmail.com


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