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Culture - Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area

Nov 1, 2019 ...Photo by Gary A. Bouchard Culture Indigenous People of the North Shore Welcome to the north shore of gichigaaming, the Big Lake, Lake Superior. Rich in history and culture, archaeological evidence shows that people have inhabited this shore and islands for 9,500 years. First Nations The First Nations in this region lived in a harmonious relationship

NFB films about: Indigenous Peoples in Canada (Inuit) & Culture - NFB

...Search Films Documentary Animation Interactive Education Sign in Français Please ensure JavaScript is enabled. Subjects (65) Indigenous Peoples in Canada (Inuit) (28) All languages English French Culture (13) Amisk Alanis Obomsawin 1977 | 40 min Amarok's Song - The Journey to Nunavut Ole Gjerstad Martin Kreelak 1998 | 1 h 15 min Canada Vignettes: June

Indigenous People - Province of British Columbia

Oct 2, 2019 ...Indigenous People The 2011 National Household Survey reports that of the over 232,000 Indigenous people in B.C., 67% were First Nations, 30% were Métis and just under 1% was Inuk (Inuit). First Nations people live both on- and off-reserves. Métis and Inuit live in urban and rural communities throughout B.C. Indigenous people have distinct cultures, world

Equity for Aboriginal people in the legal system

Sep 5, 2019 ... organizations, to fund the establishment of Indigenous law institutes for the development, use, and understanding of Indigenous laws and access to justice in accordance with the unique cultures of Aboriginal peoples in Canada. What's happening? Indigenous peoples in Canada have unique laws and legal traditions. The Government of Canada recognizes the importance

Revitalizing Indigenous Languages in Canada - CSPS

Nov 22, 2019 ... of Indigenous languages for community well-being, good governance, reconciliation, diversity and sustainability. Indigenous Peoples represent more than 5,000 languages and cultures, in more than 70 nations, on 6 continents. Most Indigenous Peoples have retained social, cultural, economic and political characteristics distinct from other segments of national populations

Celebrate being Canadian

Oct 11, 2019 ... and games to teach citizenship, immigration and multiculturalism subjects Rights and responsibilities of citizenship Equality of women and men, Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and defending Canada Canadian identity and society Anthems and symbols, languages, Indigenous peoples and cultures, human rights and multiculturalism Most requested Contributors

Celebrating Indigenous Culture - Elk Island National Park

Nov 29, 2019 ...Celebrating Indigenous Culture At Parks Canada, Indigenous voices share their own stories of their history and culture. Connecting with these experiences, deepens understanding of the history, cultures and important roles of Indigenous peoples. To celebrate the International Year of Indigenous Languages (IYIL 2019), Elk Island National Park offered various

Aboriginal Peoples' Program

Jun 21, 2019 ...Aboriginal Peoples' Program The Government of Canada offers funding to communities via the Aboriginal Peoples' Program. This program, that provides two funding streams, has 3 objectives: Promote, revitalize and preserve Indigenous languages and cultures. Strengthen Indigenous cultural identity. Increase Indigenous participation in Canadian society

Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Indigenous Peoples’ Health Strategic Plan 2019-2024 - CIHR

Dec 11, 2019 ... by recognizing Indigenous knowledges and being respectful of Indigenous values, cultures and ways of knowing. IIPH continues to be committed to leading a CIHR Indigenous health research agenda and supporting exemplary research and knowledge translation to improve the health of all Indigenous Peoples. Miigwetch, Maarsii, Thank you, Dr. Carrie Bourassa Acknowledgements

First Citizens Fund - Province of British Columbia

Dec 10, 2019 ...First Citizens Fund The First Citizens Fund is a perpetual fund created in 1969. It supports cultural, educational and economic development programs for Indigenous people, communities and businesses in B.C., and it helps fund Indigenous organizations offering services in these areas. Supported Initiatives The First Citizens Fund is part of the Province's

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