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Call for Nominations – Indigenous Advisory Committee

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency is looking for individuals with expertise and knowledge in any one of the following areas: environmental, health, social, cultural, and or spiritual matters associated with environmental management or natural resource development. To learn more, including how to apply and the deadline for applications visit Canada.ca/indigenous-advisory-committee  

Call for Nominations – Indigenous Advisory Committee

L’Agence canadienne d’évaluation environnementale est à la recherche de personnes ayant des connaissances ou une expertise des questions: environnementales, de santé, sociales, culturelles ou spirituelles liées à la gestion de l’environnement ou à l’exploitation des ressources naturelles. Pour en savoir plus, y compris comment postuler et date limite pour poser votre candidature consultez Canada.ca/comite-consultatif-autochtone  

The Canada Ontario Resource Development Agreement (CORDA) Office is now accepting applications

The CORDA Office is now accepting applications from First Nations, their members and organizations in Ontario for the 2019-20 fiscal year.   Do you have a natural resource management or stewardship project in mind for your community or know of members planning to undertake work in this area? The Canada Ontario Resource Development Agreement (CORDA) …

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Participants Needed: 5 year social and economic strategic plan survey

As part of the development of our 5-year social and economic strategic plan, we are undertaking a survey to identify the community’s economic development needs.  Information gathered from this survey will assist in the strategic plan and in advancing the well-being of our citizens. We would like to better understand what our citizens would like …

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Sharing Knowledge

We are reaching out to have citizens share traditional knowledge. The intent is to be able to easily share with school-age citizens as well as the community at large. The recognition and activation of traditional knowledge today is an act of empowerment that all can benefit from. If you trap, if you fish, if you …

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