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Calendar of events 2019 - Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

Apr 8, 2019 .... Competitors, volunteers and spectators of all ages are invited to attend. Kids with bikes can even partake with a special race just for them. Plan a weekend adventure - bring your camping equipment or try one of Kejimkujik’s roofed accommodations including oTENTik's, rustic cabins and yurt. More race details here National Indigenous Peoples Day Culture

Direction and guidance on support for indigenous spiritual practices

Jul 16, 2019 ... members and their families wishing to practice and enhance their ancestral cultures, of which spirituality is an essential dimension. 2. Indigenous people believe and follow a wide variety of traditional spiritualties, based on their regional origins or personal preferences. Additionally, certain members adopt monotheistic/Abrahamic religions or a version

What we heard — Informing Canada’s Anti-Racism Strategy

Jun 27, 2019 ... suggested focusing on the prevention of crime and victimization by enhancing community support and capacity and introducing initiatives to support racialized and Indigenous people in the justice system. We heard that supports and programs for people who are incarcerated should be substantially increased, and that inmates should be provided with culturally relevant

Indigenous ecological knowledge - Science and conservation

Apr 18, 2019 ...Indigenous ecological knowledge Indigenous peoples have wide-ranging knowledge of the land and its ecology. Through collaboration with Indigenous partners, Parks Canada and Canadians are benefitting from traditional knowledge systems that have been handed down over many thousands of years. Of young caribou and old spirits The cultural site Many Caches

Indigenous Guardians Pilot Program

Aug 9, 2019 ... 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, and continuing

Working at POLAR

Aug 9, 2019 ... researcher, the CHARS Campus provides an outstanding opportunity to conduct year-round research in collaboration with northern communities. Living and working in a northern community really has provided additional insights into the complexities of Indigenous cultures and the realities of northern living." - Stéphanie Coulombe, Researcher Laboratory Technicians

Canada’s Youth Policy

Jul 19, 2019 .... 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

Tête à tête with Tassi

Aug 13, 2019 ... and respect. The Honourable Filomena Tassi, Minister of Seniors Indigenous seniors July 2019 Every June, we celebrate National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day. During June, Canadians across the country took time to reflect on the rich histories, traditions and significant contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. As Minister

Grants and funding from the Government of Canada

Jun 11, 2019 ...Grants and funding from the Government of Canada Select the type of funding you need to get a more specific finder. What type of funding are you looking for? Agriculture Arts, culture and sport Business Environment For Indigenous peoples Health International development Jobs or apprenticeship training Leave from work, caregiving, pensions Research Student

Ottawa River watershed: report summary

Jul 30, 2019 ...Ottawa River watershed: report summary An Examination of Governance, Existing Data, Potential Indicators and Values in the Ottawa River Watershed [Pdf - 47 Mb] The Ottawa River watershed is home to over two million people and has been inhabited by Indigenous peoples for countless generations. This area is important in part because of its natural beauty

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