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Canada’s Nature Legacy: protecting our nature

Oct 11, 2019 ... projects. Watch our videos. Activities Discover how you can help protect our natural environment and find nature events near you. As Canadians, we have the privilege of enjoying a country rich in natural landscapes. Canada's biodiversity is a cornerstone of our way of life. All Canadians, particularly Indigenous peoples, depend on the well-being of the natural

Call for Applications: Indigenous Cultural Heritage Advisory Council - Indigenous cultures

Jul 17, 2019 ... cultural heritage policies, guidelines and programs and are passionate about the future of Indigenous Cultural Heritage in Canada, then we encourage you to apply to be a member of the new Indigenous Cultural Heritage Advisory Council. In the fall of 2018, Parks Canada hosted two gatherings that brought together Indigenous peoples and Parks Canada staff to discuss


Nov 5, 2019 ...Carcajou Are you an Indigenous person living in Canada? Interested in a challenging summer experience that delivers hands-on skills development, encourages teamwork, provides physical fitness training and promotes cultural awareness? If so, Carcajou is the program for you! This unique summer training program, which combines Indigenous culture and teachings

Mandate Letter Tracker: Delivering results for Canadians

Nov 14, 2019 ... Change Sustainable Infrastructure Diverse and Inclusive Canada Healthy Canadians Indigenous Peoples Government Services and Operations Fair and Open Government Canada in the World Safety and Security Apply selected filters Clear selected filters Showing commitments All commitments Met Completed / fully met Completed / fully met Completed / modified Completed

Annex for integrated impact assessments between the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada and the Canadian Energy Regulator: Annex 3 — Roles and Responsibilities for Crown Consultation in Integrated Impact Assessment Processes

Nov 15, 2019 ... the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (the Agency) and the Canadian Energy Regulator (CER). Pursuant to the MOU and under the terms of this Annex, the Agency and the CER (each a “party” or jointly “the parties”) agree to respect this Annex. This Annex is intended to be read in conjunction with the MOU. 1.1. Definitions In this Annex: “Indigenous peoples” has

Indigenous Advisory Committee: Membership

Nov 8, 2019 ... peoples helps ensure that the Committee provides a broad and inclusive perspective reflective of the unique rights, interests, priorities and circumstances of the Indigenous peoples in Canada. Sue Chiblow (co-chair) Sue Chiblow is Anishinaabe kwe, born and raised in Garden River First Nation, Ontario. She has worked extensively with First Nation communities

The First Spark Initiative – Strategic Initiatives

Nov 12, 2019 ... be a not-for-profit organization or equivalent Indigenous peoples’ organization with a mandate and activities related to the arts or heritage sector, or a post-secondary education institution or a heritage organization governed by another level of government. Please review the application guidelines for full eligibility requirements. Application deadline This is a time

Departmental Plan 2018-2019 — Canadian Heritage

Oct 17, 2019 ...-development of Indigenous Languages legislation with Indigenous Peoples. This co-developed legislation, highlighted in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's calls to action, will seek to preserve, revitalize and promote 90 First Nations, Inuit and Métis languages, recognize the right of Indigenous Peoples to revitalize and preserve their languages for future

Temporary exhibits - Public art and monuments

Nov 13, 2019 ...-provoking, evocative and fun installations will be exhibited in Ottawa and Gatineau region in 2019. The Gather-Ring Winner of 3 prestigious awards, including the People’s Choice Award. The Gather-Ring, by Manuel A. Baez and Charlynne Lafontaine, on the Portage Bridge Plaza. The Gather-Ring is a new public artwork inspired by two iconic symbols that are deeply rooted

Commissioner's mandate letter | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Oct 31, 2019 ... includes continuing to ensure the health and safety of RCMP employees and members are protected, including from harassment and violence in the workplace, and enhancing its role in reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples. Ultimately, these actions will bolster the efficacy, the credibility and the trust upon which the RCMP's authority depends. I have great confidence

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