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Integrated Approaches to Interpersonal Violence and Abuse

Oct 11, 2019 ... and differences of interpersonal violence and abuse in non-Indigenous communities. Understanding what is required for successful prosecutions and legal issues affecting Indigenous people. Ability to recognize resources in the community as well as relevant associated agencies necessary for developing an "integrated approach." Understanding how to develop a realistic

Aboriginal Peoples' Program

Jun 21, 2019 ...Aboriginal Peoples' Program The Government of Canada offers funding to communities via the Aboriginal Peoples' Program. This program, that provides two funding streams, has 3 objectives: Promote, revitalize and preserve Indigenous languages and cultures. Strengthen Indigenous cultural identity. Increase Indigenous participation in Canadian society

The Public Service Award of Excellence 2019

Oct 10, 2019 ... Naming, an initiative that encourages Indigenous people to identify unnamed individuals in photographs in LAC’s collection. Alex pitched the idea of producing a video on the initiative to the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat. She coordinated the production process, and the video was shown at the Open Government Partnership Global Summit 2019. Nominated by Amy

Financial Literacy Working Group for Indigenous Peoples – Member biographies

Oct 8, 2019 ...Financial Literacy Working Group for Indigenous Peoples – Member biographies From: Financial Consumer Agency of Canada Simon Brascoupé Director of Capacity and Membership, First Nations Health Managers Association Simon Brascoupé, Anishinabeg/Haudenosaunee – Bear Clan is a member of Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation, Maniwaki, Quebec. Brascoupé is now

Temporary exhibits - Public art and monuments

Oct 8, 2019 ... peoples; and the geometric illustrations represent human activity. The perspective from the bottom of the stairs, looking up, evokes the future of a multicultural society, moving forward and constantly evolving. Jerome Bertrand is an artist, photographer and illustrator living in Montreal, Quebec. His design was selected as a result of a call for proposals from


Oct 14, 2019 ...News Promotions Enabling Accessibility Fund launches a Call for expressions of interest for youth Canada’s First Women Entrepreneurship Strategy Release of the first Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care Framework What We Heard: Modernizing Federal Labour Standards Everybody at the Esquimalt Graving Dock has a great story to tell! The federal election

Accelerating our response: Government of Canada five-year action plan on sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections

Sep 18, 2019 ... Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples. Connecting with culture is an effective way to improve health and maintain well-being. The Government of Canada will work with First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples to support efforts in this regard. For example, in April 2019, the First Nations Health Authority, Public Health Agency of Canada, Indigenous Services Canada

Article | Military chaplain introduced into 2019 Bold Eagle Program

Sep 26, 2019 ...Military chaplain introduced into 2019 Bold Eagle Program Image Gallery Related Links Programs for Indigenous Peoples 20th Independent Field Battery, RCA Canadian Armed Forces Chaplain The South Alberta Light Horse Armour Officer Article / September 24, 2019 / Project number: 19-0250 Note: to view additional photos, click the photo under Image Gallery


Oct 14, 2019 ... issues Money and finances Personal finance, credit reports, fraud protection, paying for education Science and innovation Scientific research on health, environment and space, grants and funding Focus on Indigenous peoples Programs and services for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Veterans Services for current and former military, RCMP and their families Youth

Elder-Assisted Hearings

Oct 4, 2019 ... and submit it to your parole officer. At this hearing, the Parole Board of Canada invites an Elder or Cultural Advisor to attend. The Elder will provide the Board with general information about Indigenous cultures, as well as information about your specific culture and traditions. First Nations, Métis and Inuit cultures have different practices. The Elder

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