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CER – National Energy Board – 2017-18 Departmental Results Report – Results at a glance

https://www.cer-rec.gc.ca/bts/pblctn/dprtmntlprfrmncrprt/2017-2018/2017-2018drr-rrm-01-eng.html

Dec 30, 2019 ... and results achieved, see the “Results: what we achieved” section of this report. Funds used: 93.8 Million Number of staff: 481 An integrating theme running through all NEB activities in 2017–18 was Engagement. We measure the results of this Core Responsibility in terms of whether Indigenous Peoples and our stakeholders feel that the engagement we undertake with them

Indigenous Languages Component — Indigenous Languages and Cultures Program

https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/funding/aboriginal-peoples/languages.html

Dec 23, 2019 ...Indigenous Languages Component contact the Indigenous Languages and Cultures Program of the Department of Canadian Heritage to request an application package and submit the required documentation First Nation organizations in British Columbia must apply through the First PeoplesCultural Council. First Nation organizations in Saskatchewan must apply through

RCMP cadets learning more about Indigenous experiences | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/en/gazette/and-present

Jan 8, 2020 ... community." Bates points to examples like the KAIROS blanket exercise, an interactive learning experience providing a sense of how colonization has affected Indigenous people and updated courses incorporating aspects of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls reports. "We're having discussions

Funding opportunities and how to apply

https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/campaigns/free-to-be-me/funding-opportunities-how-apply.html

Jan 17, 2020 ..., Festivals, History and Commemoration Canada Periodical Fund Canadian Heritage Arts, Culture, Festivals, History and Commemoration Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Commemoration Fund Department for Women and Gender Equality Community Development, Safety and Violence Prevention Events component – Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti-Racism

Fort Langley ELL Program - Fort Langley National Historic Site

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/lhn-nhs/bc/langley/activ/groupes-groups/edu10

Sep 17, 2019 ...Fort Langley ELL Program Designed for those learning English Step back to Fort Langley, a trading post built by the Hudson’s Bay Company in 1827, to trade with the Indigenous people of this land. As you explore the historic site on this guided tour, learn about the culture of the Indigenous people and the early fur traders. Dates September to June 30 Times

Indigenous culture - La Mauricie National Park

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/qc/mauricie/culture/paysage-culturel-cultural-landscape/autochtone-indigenous

Jan 15, 2020 ...Cave paintings were discovered at Wapizagonke Lake depicting a turtle. (See detail below) Indigenous culture Once... Atikamekw community Archaeological discovery 1. Once... Detail of the head banner: Cave paintings were discovered at Wapizagonke Lake depicting a turtle. In the old days, Wapizagonke Lake, lac du Caribou and Anticagamac Lake were visited

Statement | Commander Canadian Army marks Aboriginal Veterans Day

http://www.army-armee.forces.gc.ca/en/news-publications/national-news-details-no-menu.page?doc=commander-canadian-army-marks-aboriginal-veterans-day%2Fk2xmwifl

Nov 17, 2019 ... Indigenous men enlisted to fight in the First World War. Many Indigenous people travelled great distances and faced the culture shock of unfamiliar environments in order to enlist. Traditional hunting and warrior skills proved invaluable in and around the battlefield, and many Indigenous members served as reconnaissance scouts and snipers. “Indigenous women and men

Indigenous connections - Indigenous cultures

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/culture/autochtones-indigenous/connections

Dec 11, 2019 ...Indigenous connections Most, if not all of Parks Canada special natural and cultural places have been traditionally used by Indigenous peoples long before Canada became a country. These culturally significant sites are as vital as ever to Indigenous culture and connection to the land. Many heritage places honour Indigenous histories and connections through

Canadian Heritage Program funding decision standards

https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/funding/service-standards/decision-standards.html

Jan 27, 2020 ... (Promotion of Linguistic Duality - Support for Interpretation and Translation - Event and Translation) 10 Exchanges Canada Program (Youth Exchanges Canada)Footnote 2 26 Exchanges Canada Program (Youth Forums Canada) 22 Harbourfront Centre Funding Program 22 Indigenous Languages and Cultures Program (Indigenous Languages Component) 30 Indigenous Languages and Cultures

Indigenous culture - Elk Island National Park

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/ab/elkisland/culture/autochtone-indigenous

Aug 20, 2019 ...Indigenous culture Many Parks Canada’s places have seen a transition over time from a past where Indigenous peoples were separated from their traditional lands and waters. Today, Parks Canada is committed to ensuring Indigenous connections are honoured, and Indigenous rights are respected. Parks Canada provides a system of national heritage places

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