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Indigenous languages—Organizations and events – Collection of Canadian language resources – Resources of the Language Portal of Canada – Languages – Canadian identity and society – Culture, history and sport –

Nov 22, 2019 ...Indigenous languages—Organizations and events By the Translation Bureau Find contests, events, language protection resources and more. Follow: Twitter Facebook Email notification Note Hyperlinks to resources on Indigenous languages will open in a new tab. On this page Organizations Events Organizations Avataq Cultural Institute (opens in a new tab) Cree

Islanders celebrate Treaty Day | Government of Prince Edward Island

Oct 11, 2019 ... government’s commitment to working closely with and for the wellbeing of the PEI Mi’kmaq. Treaty Day is a celebration of the historical relationships between Indigenous peoples and the Government of Canada. It is also a day that gives Canadians and Islanders the opportunity to learn more about the culture, history and heritage of Indigenous peoples. “The commitment

Volunteer work for youth: Canada Service Corps

Oct 17, 2019 ... to be involved in All themes Health and wellness Building an inclusive Canada Indigenous Rights & Cultures Building Democracy Climate and Environment Public Safety Go What is Canada Service Corps A national movement to build a culture of volunteer service that empowers young Canadians to make an impact. Why get involved Gain experience and build your skills, while giving

Indigenous outreach activities - Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Dec 3, 2019 ... recreational sports in the community. Healing camp touches on addiction, abuse, and child welfare Grassroots initiative offers support to community members and brings connection to land, culture, and traditions. First RCMP sweat lodge introduced to Nova Scotia Cpl. De-Anne Sack brought the initiative forward and now hosts a monthly sweat lodge ceremony for Indigenous

Aboriginal Languages Initiative – Aboriginal Peoples’ Program

Nov 6, 2019 ...Aboriginal Languages Initiative – Aboriginal Peoples’ Program From: Canadian Heritage The Aboriginal Languages Initiative (ALI), a component of the Aboriginal Peoples' Program, supports the preservation and revitalization of Indigenous languages through community-based projects and activities. Who can apply To be eligible for funding, you must be a Canadian

Indigenous cultures

Aug 8, 2019 ...As the First Peoples of Canada, First Nations, Metis and Inuit have sacred places of great cultural and spiritual importance across this land. Today, Parks Canada is fortunate to work with over 300 Indigenous partners and communities to protect many of these special places and share their stories. Visiting Indigenous experiences Indigenous connections

Electoral Insight – Aboriginal Participation in Elections - Elections Canada

Dec 14, 2019 ... of Nation: Understanding Aboriginal Electoral Participation Kiera L. Ladner Why many Aboriginal people have decided not to participate at the ballot box Exploring the Issues of Aboriginal Representation in Federal Elections Anna Hunter There must be an increase in their numbers in Parliament and greater inclusion of Aboriginal values, cultures and traditions

Caring for Sacred and Culturally Sensitive Objects - Preventive conservation guidelines for collections

Sep 24, 2019 ..., numerous provisions of the 2007 United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (PDF format) provide a statement of Indigenous rights to culture and heritage in the global setting. Applied to Canadian Indigenous objects, this translates into a balanced approach to preservation that integrates respect for community access, use and traditional care

Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve (AHSOR)

Nov 25, 2019 ... connections to their language, community and culture. These are crucial elements of resilience and their presence improves Indigenous peoples’ ability to thrive and be healthy. AHSOR also supports parents, families and community members in being the most important teachers in a child's life. It builds relationships with other community programs and services so

Canadian Indigenous languages technology project

Nov 19, 2019 ... Senior Advisor, Natural Resources Canada Glenn is a Senior Advisor at Natural Resources Canada (formerly Indigenous Policy Manager, Aboriginal Peoples Program, Canadian Heritage). As former Executive Director of the First Nations Confederacy of Cultural Education Centres in the 1990s, he managed the first online presence of a First Nations organization in Canada

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