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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

Episode 12 - Indigenous Perspectives: Stories from Indigenous Public Servants

Jan 17, 2020 ... Indigenous public servants. Tansi. This is Indigenous Perspectives, a program where we hope to explore the experiences and perspectives of Indigenous public servants, what reconciliation means to them, and what it can be for Canada. Reflecting on the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples and the 10th anniversary of the United Nations Declaration

Raising awareness of Indigenous histories and cultures to advance reconciliation at PHAC

Oct 31, 2019 ..., the team created the PHAC Indigenous Awareness GCconnex group, which has more than 330 members from across the Government of Canada. This platform provides interesting and educational information about First Nations, Inuit and Métis histories, cultures and current realities to raise awareness and to help inform PHAC's work with Indigenous Peoples. The group's

Culture, history and sport

Jan 8, 2020 ... Funding - Culture, history and sport View a list of Government of Canada funding opportunities related to culture, history and sport. Events, celebrations and commemorations Participate in our national events and celebrations and join us in commemorating people and chapters from Canadian history. Cultural landmarks and attractions Experience nature in one

Canada’s Youth Policy

Jan 10, 2020 .... Indigenous youth have powerful voices that must be heard and respected. Their valuable perspectives will strengthen priorities and policies, and help ensure they have access to sustainable and culturally sensitive supports and opportunities. Canada’s youth policy reflects the rights and principles of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Indigenous Languages Act

Jan 14, 2020 ... of Indigenous languages varies 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

Indigenous Perspectives: Stories from Indigenous Public Servants

Jan 17, 2020 ... means to them. Duration: 40:05 Minutes Listen Episode 1 - Indigenous Perspectives: Stories from Indigenous Public Servants Download (MP3, 22 MB) Episode 1 - Indigenous Perspectives: Stories from Indigenous Public Servants Episode 2 - Things to Know "Public servants have an opportunity to recognize the history of Indigenous people in Canada and to build

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

Special events - Bar U Ranch National Historic Site

Jan 6, 2020 ... interpretative area at the Bar U Ranch National Historic Site. National Indigenous Peoples Day Date: Sunday, June 21, 2020 For generations, many Indigenous peoples and communities have celebrated their culture and heritage on this day due to the significance of the summer solstice as the longest day of the year. Come out and enjoy visiting with our Indigenous neighbours

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