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Cambrian College and Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Education and Training Institute Renew Partnership Agreement

Monday, March 31, 2008

Cambrian College President Sylvia Barnard and Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Education and Training Institute Executive Director Rosie Mosquito today re-singed an Agreement for Partnership and Collaboration in Higher Education through Community-Based Delivery. This agreement reflects the commitment of both Cambrian College and Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Education and Training Institute to provide enhanced educational opportunities to Aboriginal people.

by NationTalk on April 1, 2008946 Views

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Saskatchewan/Northwest Territories Aboriginal Literacy Forum Part of the Pan–Canadian Literacy Forum Organized by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada April 13 to 15, 2008

Regina Inn Convention Centre
Regina, Saskatchewan

On April 13, 14 and 15 approximately 400 people will participate in a forum in Regina on the subject of Aboriginal Literacy. They will share success stories with each other and with the participants in four other literacy forums being held simultaneously in Vancouver, Winnipeg, Toronto and Saint John. Others will be watching the proceedings via closed circuit television from Whitehorse, Edmonton, Montreal and Arviat.

by NationTalk on April 1, 2008912 Views

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Students Relieved by Interim Funding for FNTI

Harper and McGuinty Governments Must Commit Long-Term Funding to Protect Indigenous Education

TORONTO, April 1 – The Canadian Federation of Students-Ontario welcomed today’s announcement that the Government of Ontario will provide interim funding to keep the First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI) operating for another year.

by NationTalk on April 1, 20081042 Views

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Ontario Helping Aboriginal Students Succeed

McGuinty Government Boosts Investment In First Nations Technical Institute

TORONTO, April 1 –

NEWS

The First Nations Technical Institute will continue to provide high-quality programs to Aboriginal students in a new partnership with the Ontario government.

by NationTalk on April 1, 2008899 Views

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CAF-FCA and ACCC Share Findings of Joint Research on Apprentices’ Career Paths

OTTAWA, March 31 – The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum-Forum canadien sur l’apprentissage (CAF-FCA) has released reports on two important studies examining the return on apprenticeship training investment for apprentices.

by NationTalk on April 1, 2008834 Views

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Media Advisory – Students’ Federation Chairperson to Comment on FNTI Announcement

TORONTO, March 31 – The chairperson of the Canadian Federation of Students-Ontario will be available to comment on the announcement about the First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI) that the Honourable John Milloy, Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, and the Honourable Michael Bryant, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs are expected to make on Tuesday morning.

by NationTalk on April 1, 20081135 Views

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Media Advisory – New Support for Aboriginal Postsecondary Students

TORONTO, March 31 – Leona Dombrowsky, MPP for Prince Edward-Hastings, John Milloy, Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, Michael Bryant, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Karihwakeron Tim Thompson, president and CAO of First Nations Technical Institute, will make an important announcement regarding Aboriginal postsecondary education.

by NationTalk on April 1, 2008962 Views

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Media Advisory: Boxing Legend George Chuvalo and Soulpepper Founder Albert Schultz to Receive 2008 DareArts Cultural Award on April 2

Media Invited to Join DareArts as Two Canadian “Heavyweights” Honoured For Helping Kids-at-Risk

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(March 31, 2008) – George Chuvalo, former Canadian heavyweight boxing champion, and Albert Schultz, actor and founder of Soulpepper Theatre Company, will be honoured on April 2nd by the DareArts Foundation at its 2008 Leadership Awards ceremonies and gala fundraiser. The two will be presented with the 2008 Cultural Award in recognition of their outstanding work in helping disadvantaged youth raise their sights from guns and gangs.

by NationTalk on March 31, 20081092 Views

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Anishnawbe Health Toronto – Finding My Way Program

Pending approval of funnding, AHT is offering a highly structured, challenging one-year program for six people working toward a life away from homelessness. This program will provide participant with Traditional Teaching Instruction in Aboriginal Health and Healing; Homeless Studies; Traditional Studies and Communications. Participants will also benefit from experiential training in Traditional Apprenticeship, Excursions, and Work Placements.

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by NationTalk on March 31, 20081983 Views

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Police Officers Recruitment Fund (NWT)

OTTAWA, March 28, 2008 –The Honourable Chuck Strahl, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians, on behalf of the Honourable Stockwell Day, Minister of Public Safety, and the Honourable Jackson Lafferty, Minister of Justice for Northwest Territories, today announced that the Government of Canada will provide the Northwest Territories with $800,000 over five years as part of a new Police Officers Recruitment Fund. This Fund supports the Government of Canada’s national effort to recruit 2,500 police officers and provides flexibility to the provinces and territories in hiring additional personnel across the country.

by NationTalk on March 29, 20081325 Views

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Government of Canada delivers for Alberta Workers and Communities

March 28, 2008

Training and investment to assist those affected by international economic volatility

Ottawa… Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Premier Ed Stelmach announced today that Alberta will receive $104 million as part of the new national Community Development Trust.

by NationTalk on March 29, 2008918 Views

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Twelve Aboriginal Apprentices Recognized

News Release – March 28, 2008

The small Saskatchewan community of Spiritwood is celebrating 12 level-four carpenter apprentices for their dedication and achievement to trades training and certification and who are using their newly acquired skills to build ready-to-move homes. They are the first group to complete their formal training and work experience under the Aboriginal Apprenticeship Initiatives (AAI) – a program that brings training and First Nations partners together to meet the skills training and labour market needs of Aboriginal people in their communities across the province.

by NationTalk on March 28, 2008999 Views

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Role Model Named Canada’s Next Great Prime Minister

NEWS RELEASE
March 27, 2008
For Immediate Release

OTTAWA, ON — The National Aboriginal Health Organization congratulates Alika Lafontaine on being named Canada’s Next Great Prime Minister on the CBC reality-TV competition.

by NationTalk on March 28, 20081041 Views

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Band Management & Economic Development: Creating the Environment for Success

Vancouver, BC
Apr 09-11, 2008

As First Nations move toward improved government and economic development, what is the role of band councils in creating sound economies and jobs? Through this important conference we will explore best practices in the business of creating the best environment for economic development success. Our workshops will showcase progressive models of governance and economic development and assist our members understand this complex community dynamic.

by NationTalk on March 28, 2008901 Views

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2nd Annual Learning Together Conference 2008

Winnipeg, MB
Apr 09-10, 2008

Learning Together 2008 is the 3rd annual conference organized by Learning Together Incorporated, a not-for-profit economic development organization created as the result of the past two conferences. The purpose of this organization is to address the lack of education within industry regarding First Nations governance, values, traditions, and mentality. These misunderstandings have contributed to numerous roadblocks at the exploration stage where community support is needed the most.

by NationTalk on March 28, 20081054 Views

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Call for Papers for Employment Now! Conference

Mar 31, 2008

On behalf of the CCRW Employment Now! Conference Planning Team, we are pleased to forward the Call for Papers (CFP),(English and French versions).

Employment Now! will be held in St. John’s, NL October 5 – 7, 2008. We expect 200 participants with a key outcome focused on the establishment of a draft framework for a National Employment Delivery Strategy for Persons with Disabilities.

by NationTalk on March 28, 2008920 Views

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National Aboriginal Human Resource Conference 2008 – Montreal, QC

Advancing Aboriginal Inclusion
Date: April 22-24, 2008
Location: Montreal, QC

Pre-Conference workshops: April 22, 2008
Conference: April 23-24, 2008

Delta Centre Ville Hotel
777 Rue University
Montreal, QC

VISIT Conference website.

by NationTalk on March 28, 2008880 Views

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St. Paul’s Joins Students Helping Students Campaign

2008-03-26

Grade 4 students at St.Paul school in Timmins have joined the campaign to get a new school built in Attawapiskat.

The students have made their own posters telling why they care.

Charlie Angus says this is tremendous. “It is amazing how much knowledge these youngsters have about the situation up the coast. They are truly future leaders.”

VIEW accompanying photo.

by NationTalk on March 27, 2008697 Views

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AMP Camp 2008 – The Week In Review

March 26, 2008

AMP Camp 2008
March 9-14, 2008
Misty Lake Lodge, Gimli, Manitoba

The third installment of the Aboriginal Music Performers Camp (AMP Camp) was amazing and intense! The talent was outstanding, the instructors went above and beyond the call of duty and the programming often lasted 12-hours or longer. Over the course of one week we saw strategies solidify, performances take giant leaps forward and community members become stars.

by NationTalk on March 27, 20081758 Views

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The Government of Canada Helps Langley-Area Residents Gain Skills and Jobs

LANGLEY, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(March 27, 2008) – Mark Warawa, Member of Parliament for Langley, on behalf of the Honourable Monte Solberg, Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, today announced funding to help unemployed workers and youth at risk in the Langley area get skills and jobs.

by NationTalk on March 27, 20081008 Views

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Saskatchewan Employers Look for Help to Recruit and Retain an Aboriginal Workforce

SASKATOON, March 26 – Workforce Connex, a two-day ‘sold out’ forum designed to address the province’s skilled worker shortage through the advancement of Saskatchewan’s Aboriginal workforce, kicks off today at the Delta Bessborough in downtown Saskatoon with over 250 delegates. For the first time, many employers will learn effective Aboriginal recruitment, retention and advancement strategies and their ability to develop and access Aboriginal talent through First Nation and Métis employment centres across Saskatchewan. The forum will put a specific focus on the advancement of Aboriginal people in trades and apprenticeship.

by NationTalk on March 27, 20081424 Views

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Astral Media Announces New Mentorship Programme in Partnership with Women in Film and Television

Press Release Source: Astral Media Inc.
Wednesday March 26, 11:00 am ET

TORONTO, March 26 – Astral Media and Women in Film and Television – Toronto (WIFT-T) are pleased to announce a partnership to create the Astral Media Mentorship Award. This new programme is made possible by a four-year commitment by Astral Media to provide a total of $100,000 towards the mentoring and education of emerging producers who are in need of coaching and development opportunities that will bring their projects to the next stage. Applications are now being accepted and must be submitted to WIFT-T no later than Monday, April 21, 2008, at 12 p.m. EST.

by NationTalk on March 27, 2008895 Views

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The Banff Centre Aboriginal Work Study Opportunities

Work Study: Visual Arts Aboriginal Administration
Program dates: June 30, 2008 – March 27, 2009

Application deadline: April 25, 2008

Note: Program dates exclude December 13, 2008 – January 4, 2009.

This work study program provides the opportunity to assist in the organization and support of visual arts programs through the practical application of administrative skills. Participants have the opportunity to engage in discussions about visual arts programming, schedule, and attend both formal lectures and informal discussions with program artists. Learning opportunities arise in the preparation for and facilitation of residency programs and visual arts events. Administrative responsibilities will include ongoing communication with artists prior to their residency as well as providing support to the artists while they are in residence at The Banff Centre. The work study participant works closely with the department’s administrative staff to book space, equipment, prepare paperwork, filing, writing, update correspondence, etc. Opportunities to attend workshops, discussion groups, and other cultural events including community outreach initiatives are all part of this program.

Please note: Applicants for the Visual Arts Aboriginal Administration Work Study must be status, non-status, Métis, or Inuit.

by NationTalk on March 27, 2008839 Views

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Apprenticeship Futures Commission – Meeting Tomorrow’s Needs

Final Report, March 26, 2008

Purpose

In the fall of 2006, Manitoba announced the newly formed Department of Competitiveness, Training and Trade which includes the Apprenticeship Branch.

With the industry focus of the new department, a commitment was made to consult with Manitoba’s stakeholders on apprenticeship and related training and certification systems.

The Apprenticeship Futures Commission will consult on the following:

– Manitoba’s skilled labour shortage
– Competition for skilled labour as a result of economic growth and activity in Western Canada
– Increased apprenticeship participation rates and technical training demands as a result of increased labour market demands
– Employer engagement in Apprenticeship

by NationTalk on March 26, 20081101 Views

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Province Receives Recommendations To Modernize And Expand Apprenticeship System

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March 26, 2008

Government Building on Accomplishments Toward 4,000 New Spaces: Swan

Competitiveness, Training and Trade Minister Andrew Swan today received the consensus report of the Apprenticeship Futures Commission on modernizing and expanding Manitoba’s apprenticeship system to better meet the needs of the province’s growing labour market.

by NationTalk on March 26, 2008818 Views

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The 2008 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards Entry Form is Now Available

OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM 2008
Use only one entry form per category. All categories must be completed in English

1. BEST FEMALE ARTIST
2. BEST MALE ARTIST
3. BEST SONG – SINGLE
4. BEST ALBUM COVER DESIGN
5. BEST MUSIC VIDEO
6. BEST BLUES ALBUM
7. BEST FOLK/ACOUSTIC ALBUM
8. BEST POW WOW ALBUM
9. BEST POW WOW ALBUM
10. BEST FIDDLE ALBUM PROGRAM
11. BEST INTERNATIONAL ALBUM
12. BEST TELEVISION PROGRAM OR SPECIAL
13. BEST SONG WRITER
14. BEST GROUP OR DUO

by NationTalk on March 25, 2008789 Views

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New Environmental Stewardship Program Offers Work Experience for Aboriginal Students

Tuesday, March 25, 2008 11:21 AM

Environmental assessment, monitoring, and protection are all parts of this multidisciplinary, cross-cultural diploma.

A new diploma program in Aboriginal Environmental Stewardship has been passed by the University of Manitoba Senate and approved by the Board of Governors.

by NationTalk on March 25, 20081034 Views

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A More Representative Workforce For The City of Regina

News Release – March 25, 2008

The Government of Saskatchewan today signed an Aboriginal Employment Development Program (AEDP) partnership agreement with the City of Regina, the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 21, the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 588, the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 7, the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 181, and the Regina Civic Middle Management Association to increase job opportunities for Aboriginal people in the Regina area.

by NationTalk on March 25, 20081021 Views

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Human Rights Council Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

March 24, 2008

The Human Rights Council has decided in Resolution 6/36 to establish a subsidiary mechanism to provide thematic expertise on the rights of indigenous peoples. The mechanism will be composed of 5 independent experts and all positions are vacant. Deadline for nominations is 11 April 2008.

Further information may be found in this note verbale from the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and on the OHCHR website, which has all of the relevant information including the standardized form for candidates.

by NationTalk on March 25, 2008834 Views

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Media Advisory – Sell Out Forum Connects Saskatchewan Employers to the Aboriginal Workforce

Saskatchewan Workforce Connex – (Wednesday/Thursday) March 26-27, 2008 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

SASKATOON, SK, March 24 –

Who/What/Why

Saskatchewan’s booming economy and skilled labour shortage has motivated over 250 employers, educators, government officials and First Nation and Métis employment centres/communities to meet at Saskatchewan Workforce Connex, an interactive and results-driven forum designed to create training and employment opportunities for Aboriginal people in Saskatchewan, with a specific focus on trades and apprenticeship.

by NationTalk on March 25, 2008944 Views

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Aboriginal Students from Nunavut Visit NAIT Next Week to Shadow Students in Various Programs

Monday, March 24, 2008

WHAT: Six students from the Kugluktuk High School in Nunavut will be touring NAIT campus and local businesses next week to help the students decide what career path they want to take after graduation. Students will visit the Welding, Mechanics, Carpentry, Graphic Sign Arts and Culinary Arts programs at NAIT, as well as two local businesses. This is the third annual trip the high school has made to NAIT. High school teachers say the trip is really eye-opening for students and helps the youth pinpoint their career choices.

by NationTalk on March 24, 20081088 Views

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Alberta Aboriginal Youth Achievement Awards Recipients Announced

Edmonton, AB – The Métis Nation of Alberta’s Labour Market Development Program is proud to announce this year’s Alberta Aboriginal Youth Achievement Awards recipients in the following categories.

by NationTalk on March 24, 20081838 Views

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OMA Members Build Bridges with First Nations

Ontario Mining Association member companies have a strong track record for building bridges and working in collaborative partnerships with Aboriginal communities in the province. In a presentation last evening, OMA Chairman and Senior Vice President for De Beers Canada Jeremy Wyeth stressed that “for many parts of Northern Ontario and particularly among First Nations, mining plays a key role in regional development and the provision of education and training and for providing employment and entrepreneurial opportunities.”

by NationTalk on March 22, 2008961 Views

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Fisher River Cree Nation Presents “Developing an Illegal Drug Strategy for your Community” Conference

Tuesday May 13, 2008
at the Victoria Inn – Winnipeg, Manitoba

Substance abuse is a prevailing epidemic that is affecting individuals, families and communities on our First Nations across Canada. The devastating affects of substance abuse not only destroys the lives of individuals, but also negatively influences their families and the overall wellness and health of their community.

by NationTalk on March 22, 20081073 Views

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Congratulations to BU Business Council of Manitoba 2007-2008 Aboriginal Education Award Winners

BRANDON, MB – Congratulations to all of the recipients of the Business Council of Manitoba 2007-2008 Aboriginal Education Award Winners. This year’s winners included Brandon University students Raylene Cochrane (Bachelor of Education), Cheryl Fleming (Bachelor of Arts, Honours), Aimé Gaudry (Bachelor of General Studies), Alicia Gooden (Bachelor of Arts), Gaylynn Kennedy (Bachelor of Nursing), Mandi Richard (Business Administration), Audreanna Sanderson (Bachelor of Arts), Ashley Saquet (Bachelor of Education, Early Years), and Teresa Trueman (Bachelor of Education).

by NationTalk on March 22, 20081199 Views

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Brandon University FNAC students present at Women Making Change conference in London, Ontario

Wed, Mar 19, 2008

BRANDON, MB – Two Brandon University First Nations and Aboriginal Counselling (FNAC) students attended the refereed conference Women Making Change in London, Ontario on March 7, 2008. Mary Anne Caibaiosai, a first-year student, presented on Bringing Our Men Back to the Circle while Dorothy Sinclair, a fourth-year student in the FNAC program, presented on The Roles of Anishnaabe Ikwe.

by NationTalk on March 21, 20082845 Views

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Youth in Moose Jaw Get Support From the Government of Canada

MOOSE JAW, SASKATCHEWAN–(March 20, 2008) – Youth in Saskatchewan who are working to break free from the cycles of homelessness, substance abuse and poverty in order to build a stronger future for themselves are getting help from the Government of Canada.

Mr. Dave Batters, Member of Parliament for Palliser, on behalf of the Honourable Monte Solberg, Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, today announced Homelessness Partnering Strategy funding of $238,280 for the Salvation Army’s Hope Inn supportive housing project for youth struggling with substance abuse issues.

by NationTalk on March 20, 20081469 Views

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SEDI announces Canada’s first Centre for Financial Literacy

TORONTO, March 19 – Social and Enterprise Development Innovations (SEDI) today announced that it is developing Canada’s first Centre for Financial Literacy. The centre will help build and develop a national strategy for financial literacy in Canada.

by NationTalk on March 20, 20081009 Views

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2008 AFOA – Grant Thornton Aboriginal Youth Financial Management Awards Presented at National Conference

The AFOA-Grant Thornton Aboriginal Youth Financial Managements Awards are open to First Nation youth in grades 11 and 12. Winners attend AFOA’s National Conference and participate in a special Youth program designed to introduce youth to careers in Aboriginal finance and management.

There is a great demand both within First Nation communities and off-reserve for Aboriginal financial management professionals and there are many opportunities for those who want to pursue this career path and many sources of assistance. However, very few of our young people are pursuing and education in financial management after high school.

by NationTalk on March 20, 20081196 Views

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Budget Bolsters Training Seats and Financial Assistance For Students

News Release – March 19, 2008

The 2008-09 budget ensures Saskatchewan is prepared to sustain the current economic growth through more training seats, additional financial support for students, and support to attract and retain young people and immigrants in Saskatchewan. It also helps address the infrastructure deficit through $45.8 million in capital investments for post-secondary institutions under the Ready for Growth initiative.

by NationTalk on March 20, 2008906 Views

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Hydro One Grants $10,000 to the Long Lake #58 First Nation, as Part of $450,000 in Donations to Ontario Play Facilities

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March 10, 2008 – Hydro One is contributing $10,000 to the Long Lake #58 First Nation to fund the construction of an outdoor multi-purpose recreation facility. The grant is part of the company’s new PowerPlay program that benefits children’s outdoor and active play facilities.

The multi-purpose facility is one of 48 projects to receive funding in the initial round of PowerPlay grants. More than $450,000 will be awarded this winter and Hydro One is accepting applications now for the next round of grants, with a deadline of April 30, 2008.

by NationTalk on March 19, 2008939 Views

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Hydro One grants $15,000 to the Naotkamegwanning Northwest

news release

Hydro One is contributing $15,000 to the Naotkamegwanning Northwest Angle Education Authority to fund the construction of a new playground. The grant is part of the company’s new PowerPlay program that benefits children’s outdoor and active play facilities.

The construction of the playground is one of 48 projects to receive funding in the initial round of PowerPlay grants. More than $450,000 will be awarded this winter and Hydro One is accepting applications now for the next round of grants, with a deadline of April 30, 2008.

by NationTalk on March 19, 20081030 Views

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EnCana Donation Advances Energy and Environmental Research

CALGARY, March 19 – EnCana Corporation is making a major contribution to the advancement of research on energy and the environment with a $7.5 million donation to the University of Alberta. This is one of the largest corporate donations to date in the university’s Campaign 2008 and was made in honour of the U of A’s centenary.

The donation establishes the endowed EnCana Scholars Awards and EnCana Research Chairs, one in water resources and another in environmental engineering. These endowments address the recognition that supplying energy to future generations will require building a critical mass of research on energy and the environment.

by NationTalk on March 19, 2008861 Views

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First Graduating Class of Aboriginal Legal Interpreters

Justice
March 19, 2008

The following statement was issued by the Honourable Jerome P. Kennedy, QC, Minister of Justice and Attorney General. It was also read in the House of Assembly:

I rise today to congratulate the first graduating class of Aboriginal legal interpreters. This eight week course was recently completed in Happy Valley-Goose Bay and is a major step forward to further the understanding and engagement of Innu and Inuit people in the justice system.

by NationTalk on March 19, 2008843 Views

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Skills Workshop Key Ingredient For Success Among First Nations’ Businesses

19 March 2008
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Running a business is never an easy task. There are a number of pitfalls to avoid. Having the right tools to navigate through those obstacles is imperative for long- term success. Recently these issues and many more were addressed to employers and employees from the Aboriginal community during the Business Skills Workshop – ‘Developing Tomorrow’s Workforce Today.’

by NationTalk on March 19, 2008906 Views

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Lecture on Aboriginal Treaty Rights

Campus News
Wednesday March 19, 2008

Herb George, President of the National Centre for First Nations Governance, will be speaking on Thursday, March 20 in a talk presented by the Centre for the Study of Democracy. His talk, entitled “A Strategy to Implement Aboriginal and Treaty Rights” will take place at noon in 202 Policy Studies. For more information email Sps.Events@queensu.ca.

by NationTalk on March 19, 2008836 Views

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The Nasivvik Centre Call for Applications for Summer Internships in Inuit Environmental Health

March. 19, 2008

Application Deadline: Friday, April 18 2008.

Nasivvik Center is looking for Inuit students!

The Nasivvik Centre for Inuit Health and Changing Environments is conducting a review of Inuit post-secondary education students (Canadian regions only) this summer. Nasivvik is a multidisciplinary research and training centre within the Public Health Research Unit, CHUL Research Centre (Laval University) funded by the Institute of Aboriginal Peoples Health (IAPH)/Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). The Centre’s goal is to support training and education in the areas of Inuit health research in Canada.

by NationTalk on March 19, 2008888 Views

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Province Unveils New Sponsorship Initiative For Northern And Rural Manitoba Students

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March 19, 2008

Five students from rural and northern Manitoba took part in a high-school hiring initiative and are now enrolled in engineering-related post-secondary studies, benefiting from a new sponsorship program, Infrastructure and Transportation Minister Ron Lemieux announced today.

by NationTalk on March 19, 2008963 Views

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The Banff Centre – Aboriginal Work Study Opportunities

>Work Study: Aboriginal Preparatorial

Work Study: Visual Arts Aboriginal Preparatorial
Program dates: April 01, 2008 – March 27, 2009

Application deadline: Until suitable candidate is found

Note: Program dates exclude December 13, 2008, to January 04, 2009.

by NationTalk on March 19, 2008761 Views

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MNBC Presentation at Thompson River University

MNBC representatives provided a delegation of approximately 60 Aboriginal delegates and University administrators an overview the employment and training services provided by the MNBC. The MNBC presentation was well sreceived by delegates.

Métis Nation BC
Emplloyment & Traiiniing

Overview

∞ This presentation will assist you toward a better understanding of the Métis Employment and Training services.
∞ This will include some partnerships, program successes, and initiatives.
∞ Métis Nation British Columbia administers the Métis Human Resource Development Agreement (MHRDA) to improve the employment potential, earning capacity and selfsufficiency of Métis people in British Columbia.

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