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Community Initiatives Fund Approves $5.3 Million in Funding in Support of 416 Projects

July 12, 2024 The Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) has approved 416 grants totaling $5,300,476 through its latest grant application intake. These grants will support innovative local initiatives, build vibrant communities and enrich the quality of life in 151 communities. “Since 1995, the CIF has supported a wide range of programs, organizations, people and communities across […]

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Legal Notice to Beneficiaries of the Robinson Huron Treaty

Atikameksheng Anishnawbek and Garden River First Nation have commenced a court application against the lawyers for the Robinson Huron Treaty Litigation Fund. The application says that the lawyer’s fees were too high and it asks the court to reduce them (the “Assessment Application”). The Litigation Management Committee of the Robinson Huron Treaty Litigation Fund has […]

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Government of Yukon implementing coroner’s inquest recommendations

July 12, 2024 The families, friends and communities of Cassandra Warville, Myranda Aleisha Dawn Tizya-Charlie, Josephine Elizabeth Vanessa Hager and Darla Skookum experienced losses that highlight the impacts of the Substance Use Health Emergency and the need for systemic changes to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all individuals accessing the services and supports offered […]

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Canadian Seafood Farmers’ Letter to Federal, Provincial and Territorial Agriculture and Aquaculture Ministers

July 12, 2024 The Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance, on behalf of Canada’s seafood farmers, is pleased to share with you a copy of its letter to federal, provincial and territorial ministers of agriculture and aquaculture in advance of their respective summer meetings. The letter was submitted to the ministers on July 11, 2024 and reminds […]

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Helping build more homes, faster in Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation

July 12, 2024 To help tackle the housing crisis, we need to change how municipalities let housing get built in communities. By focusing on increasing density and affordable housing, this will help build more homes for Canadians at prices they can afford. Today the Government of Canada and the Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation announced their agreement […]

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Strengthening the Health Care System in Canada

From: Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada July 12, 2024 Canadians deserve better access to health care services and affordable medicines, regardless of where they live or their ability to pay. Today, the Honourable Gary Anandasangaree, Minister of Crown Indigenous Relations, toured TAIBU Community Health Centre in Scarborough, and highlighted the recent actions taken by […]

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Finance Career Camp (November 4th-8th, 2024)

Jul 12, 2024 Makigiaqta Inuit Training Corporation is looking to fill various roles for the upcoming Finance Career Camp: Emcee Photographers Panelists/Speakers Workshop Delivery The Finance Career Camp will be held in Rankin Inlet from November 4th-8th, 2024. For more information, interested parties can email makigiaqta@tunngavik.com NT5

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Funding for Saskatchewan Arts, Culture And Heritage Organizations Benefits Us All

July 12, 2024 The Government of Saskatchewan provides annual funding to various stakeholders who support arts, culture and heritage programs that help contribute to the great quality of life we enjoy in our province. Saskatchewan has a vibrant arts, culture and heritage sector made up of talented and creative individuals and organizations. This investment, along […]

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Manitoba Government Partners with Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre to Establish Canada’s First Indigenous-Led Supervised Consumption Site

July 12, 2024 The Manitoba government is providing $727,000 to support the development of an Indigenous-led supervised consumption site in Winnipeg in partnership with the Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre of Winnipeg (AHWC), Housing, Addictions and Homelessness Minister Bernadette Smith shared today at an event with community partners. “Our government is proud to help establish […]

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First Nations Leaders from BC Attend AFN Annual General Assembly in Montréal

July 12, 2024 (Kanien’kehá:ka Nation/Montréal, PQ) – The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) held its 45th Annual General Assembly this week, July 9th to 11th, 2024. This year’s theme for the AGA was “Strengthening Our Relations,”. This important event brought together Chiefs, leaders, youth, knowledge keepers, veterans, women, and community members to engage in crucial […]

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