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Indigenous Languages Act

Jan 14, 2020 ... from one language to another, including with respect to the vitality of those languages, and there is an urgent need to support the efforts of Indigenous peoples to reclaim, revitalize, maintain and strengthen them; Whereas Indigenous languages are fundamental to the identities, cultures, spirituality, relationships to the land, world views and self

Mapping Change: Fostering a Culture of Reconciliation within Parks Canada - Indigenous relations at Parks Canada

Jul 31, 2019 ... has prioritized building positive relationships with Indigenous peoples and is committed to a system of national heritage places that commemorates the contributions of Indigenous peoples, their histories and cultures, as well as the connections and special relationships Indigenous peoples have with traditional lands and waters. In spite of recent successes

Indigenous Languages Act

Jan 14, 2020 ... between Indigenous languages and the cultures of Indigenous peoples, (iii) the rights of Indigenous peoples related to Indigenous languages, (iv) the significance of those rights for Indigenous peoples, as well as for the general public, (v) the negative impact of colonization and discriminatory government policies on Indigenous languages and the exercise of those

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

Setting new directions to support Indigenous research and research training in Canada 2019 - 2022

Jan 17, 2020 ... to their communities through the mismanagement of data, and explained how misinterpretation of data has contributed to the continued misunderstanding and marginalization of Indigenous Peoples, their cultures and their knowledge systems. In an era where personal data is easily bought and sold, issues about how Indigenous data is used, stored and shared by external researchers

Volunteer work for youth: Canada Service Corps

Jan 10, 2020 ... in Anywhere in Canada Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Northwest Territories Nova Scotia Nunavut Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec Saskatchewan Yukon I would like to be involved in All themes Health and wellness Building an inclusive Canada Indigenous Rights & Cultures Building Democracy Climate and Environment Public Safety


Jan 3, 2020 ... for funding to promote official languages and bilingualism in Canada and to help develop and preserve official language minority communities. Indigenous Languages Component – Indigenous Languages and Cultures Program Apply for funding to support the reclamation, revitalization, maintenance, and strengthening of Indigenous languages in Canada. Resources of the Language

Correctional programming for Indigenous offenders

Sep 5, 2019 ...Correctional programming for Indigenous offenders Indigenous community researchEndnote i indicates that the major factors contributing to the successful reintegration of Indigenous offenders are: their participation in and access to spiritual and cultural activities culturally responsive programs, preferably delivered by Indigenous people the support

Embracing diversity through artistic exchange: From Toronto to Valparaíso, Chile

Jan 6, 2020 ... a connection to the experiences of the Mapuche people. He designed a mural integrating Indigenous symbols from his own Cree heritage as well as from Mapuche culture. The mural is located in Cerro Larraín and features a big brown bear standing on the back of a turtle and, as a background, Chilean mountains and the Pehuén trees, which are significant in Mapuche culture

Special flag raising and presentation of eagle feathers and smudge bowls at RCMP Headquarters to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Jun 20, 2019 ... will be used the same way as the Bible or affirmation is currently used. In cooperation with Indigenous Peoples' national organizations, the Government of Canada designated June 21 National Indigenous Peoples Day, a celebration of Indigenous Peoples' culture and heritage. This date was chosen because it corresponds to the summer solstice, the longest day of the year

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