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Film and video

Dec 17, 2019 ... been created by pooling creative, technical and financial resources of Canadian and foreign producers. Canada Media Fund Discover how the Canada Media Fund fosters, promotes, develops and finances the production of Canadian content and relevant applications for all audiovisual media platforms. Northern Aboriginal Broadcasting – Indigenous Languages and Cultures

Indigenous Guardians Pilot Program

Dec 6, 2019 ... to support an Indigenous Guardians Pilot Program. This program will provide Indigenous Peoples with greater opportunity to exercise responsibility in stewardship of their traditional lands, waters, and ice. The Pilot Program supports Indigenous rights and responsibilities in protecting and conserving ecosystems, developing and maintaining sustainable economies

A Common Vision for increasing physical activity and reducing sedentary living in Canada: Let’s Get Moving

Dec 20, 2019 ..., the strategic imperatives are for all organizations, communities and leaders. For example, municipal recreation leaders can work with city planners to create supportive Spaces and Places; non-profit leaders can leverage technology to drive Public Engagement; government policy leaders can work in Partnership with Indigenous peoples to co-develop culturally relevant

Youth rodeo program builds riders’ confidence | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Jan 9, 2020 ...Vol. 81, No. 4 — News notes — RCMP Gazette Youth rodeo program builds riders’ confidence Young riders participate in the youth rodeo program on the Piikani Nation reserve in southern Alberta. Credit: Cst. Tyrone Potts, RCMP Publish on October 7, 2019 By Paul Northcott Related links Indigenous officer inspires young recruits Outdoor camps bridge gap between

Defining Indigenous Health Research - CIHR

Feb 4, 2019 ... forms, past and present. Indigenous health and wellness research embraces the intellectual, physical, emotional and/or spiritual dimensions of knowledge in creative and interconnected relationships with people, places and the natural environment. Such research is based on the right to respectful engagement and equitable opportunities; it honours culture

Federal Student Work Experience Program

Jan 18, 2020 .... Note: Preference will be given to Canadian citizens who meet the job requirements. Diversity — Count yourself in! Be part of a public service that represents and includes the diverse identities, cultures, perspectives and experiences that make up Canada. When you apply, you can indicate (self-declare) if you identify as a woman, or are an Aboriginal person

Equitable access to health research funding - CIHR

Jan 10, 2020 ... achievement, such as career interruptions and interpersonal and career responsibilities. Systemic changes are needed to mitigate barriers faced by underrepresented groups – including women, Francophone researchers, Indigenous Peoples and organizations, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities - in CIHR’s funding system. Implement strategies

Welcome to the Red River Métis Village!

Dec 11, 2019 ... you be inclined to make a purchase. Manitoba (Red River) was the first province brought into Confederation by an Indigenous leader Louis Riel. Come celebrate with the Métis Nation as we honour our vibrant history, culture and Manitoba’s 150th anniversary as a province and the fifth province to join the Confederation! Social Media/Website Facebook

Project to upgrade the FirstVoices Language Tutor software and create predictive text software for FirstVoices Keyboards

Nov 19, 2019 ...Project to upgrade the FirstVoices Language Tutor software and create predictive text software for FirstVoices Keyboards From: National Research Council Canada The NRC is collaborating with the First Peoples' Cultural Council on its suite of FirstVoices language tools, including updates to its Language Tutor software. We are also developing new predictive

Electoral Insight – Aboriginal Participation in Elections - Elections Canada

Dec 10, 2019 ... radical elements of numerous Aboriginal communities. Alienation and electoral participation Many Aboriginal people meet together at powwows. The singing and dancing, and sharing of art and food are a celebration of their cultures and rich heritage. The regalia worn by the dancers evolve over time to reflect a vibrant and changing way of life. Typically, lack

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