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Senior Executive Director, Knowledge Circle for Indigenous Inclusion

Sep 6, 2019 ... Anishinabeg Algonquin First Nations community. In 2004, Michel was the recipient of the Saint Paul University Alumnus of the Year Award for his accomplishments in advancing public service policy and leadership development programs grounded in Indigenous culture, co-development and reconciliation.

NEB – National Energy Board – 2019–20 Departmental Plan – Plans at a glance

Aug 28, 2019 ... environment (including stakeholder and Indigenous Peoples expectations and relationships), thus leading to a potential loss of credibility or recognition. Mitigate Implement the Indigenous Cultural Competency Framework, including but not limited to the training of staff on UNDRIP, Indigenous rights, Indigenous Law and Indigenous-Crown relations Ongoing review

Indigenous recruitment at the Canada Border Services Agency

Aug 27, 2019 ...Indigenous recruitment We are committed to creating a diverse workforce and to hiring candidates with unique experiences and voices. As the Agency works towards becoming a leading organization that engages, respects, cooperates and partners with Indigenous Peoples, we are looking to employ more Indigenous border services officers and non-uniformed

Public Service Renewal

Aug 19, 2019 ... Department of Justice Environment and Climate Change Canada Statistics Canada Canada Border Services Agency We have made great strides towards achieving greater representation in our workforce. The representation of women, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities and visible minorities exceeds estimates of their availability in the workforce. In 2017, Global

New courses - CSPS

Sep 3, 2019 ... Analysis Plus Gender-based Analysis Plus Understand the importance of supporting diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Indigenous Learning Series Indigenous Learning Series Gain insight on Canada's shared history with First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples. The School's business lines The School's business lines Discover our five distinct business lines. Follow

Consulting with Canadians

Sep 5, 2019 ... (EMSA) Open - accepting input Culture | Environment | Indigenous People | Transportation Apr 25, 2018 to Mar 31, 2020 2018-04-25 2020-03-31 Transport Canada Raise awareness on the EMSA initiative and collect partner/stakeholder feedback. Hold bilateral meetings with established EMSA partners to maintain relationships, collect feedback, and support involvement

Pimachiowin Aki, Manitoba and Ontario - World heritage sites in Canada

Jul 16, 2019 ... (Ojibwe) for “the land that gives life,” is Canada’s first mixed World Heritage property. Blending both natural and cultural heritage values, this large intact boreal forest ecosystem under Indigenous stewardship, is an exceptional example of the indivisibility of the natural environment and the cultural identity and traditions of Indigenous peoples. The site

Welcoming environments: Preventing problematic substance use through positive youth development

Sep 5, 2019 ... Footnote 7. Further, LGBTQ2 students who attend schools with GSAs experience less discrimination and victimization Footnote 6. There are unique strategies school communities can use to enhance well-being and reduce problematic substance use among Indigenous youth. These include cultivating cultural identity and connectedness and facilitating engagement

The collection, use and display of sex and gender information at the federal level - Privy Council Office

Aug 19, 2019 ... people will identify as two-spirit. Participants raised challenges with the pan-Indigenous nature of exclusively using the term two-spirit and neglecting the culturally specific names for and understandings of these identities. The participants also noted that in a similar vein, one should be mindful of people coming to Canada from other countries with local

Indigenous Guardians Pilot Program

Aug 28, 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

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