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7 years 5 months
2010 /
The High Bar First Nations understands the value of education with respect to capacity building for its membership and as well as individual development.Education is a cornerstone for healthy families and communities and the High Bar First Nation is committed to contributing to individual student success.
Resource Producer: High Bar First Nation
7 years 5 months
2010 /
ESI Agents are on a mission: To solve this deadly puzzle. What really happened to popular local Vancouver sports-caster, William Flynn?
7 years 5 months
2010 /
Essential Skills help people to carry out different tasks, give them a starting point for learning other skills, and help them adjust to change.Join in with the investigators as they explore the nine Essential Skills; Reading Text, Document Use, Numeracy, Writing, Oral Communication, Working with Others, Thinking Skills, Computer Use and Continuous Learning to determine the guilty party!ESI: 3...
7 years 5 months
2010 /
ESI Agents are back in action and facing yet another baffling crime scene after the death of infamous mob boss Al Skillauto.Essential Skills help people to carry out different tasks, give them a starting point for learning other skills, and help them adjust to change.Join in with the investigators as they explore the nine Essential Skills; Reading Text, Document Use, Numeracy, Writing, Oral...
7 years 5 months
2010 /
Some Objectives of P'egp'ig7hla Goverance Structure:Empower parents and other community to become involved in children's education.Foster in students a strong sense of self and cultural identity throughout the early childhood and primary years. Instill a sense of pride in who we are amongst community members.
7 years 5 months
2011 /
Vancouver, September 29, 2011 – A new program to encourage Aboriginal families in British Columbia to invest in their children’s futures launches today. “We know that an education after high school can help our children follow their dreams and realize their full potential,” says Vanessa Mountain, Program Manager at Hummingbird Aboriginal Student Futures. “We as parents, extended family members...
7 years 5 months
2010 /
An Action Plan developed by First Nations Chiefs and leaders in BC in 2007, containing a vision, principles, goals, and 57 action designed to implement First Nations jurisdiction over justice programs within First Nations communities; allow for dialogue among all parties; reduce overrepresentation of First Nations in correctional facilities; eliminate systemic discrimination within the justice...
7 years 5 months
2010 / Word
Workbook to assist in planning a new business.  Forms for applying for financing with the NEDC. 
7 years 5 months
2010 /
IntroductionOne of the principal conclusions of the 2003 evaluation of the Community EconomicDevelopment Program1 is that some (but not all) economic development officers (EDOs)working on behalf of First Nation and Inuit communities need advice and information to carry out their responsibilities.To help deal with this gap, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) engaged the Institute On ...
Author(s): John Graham and Michael Bassett
7 years 5 months
2010 /
IntroductionThe Strategy on Building an Atlantic Aboriginal Economy was originally developed in 2001, based on the collective thoughts and experience of Chiefs and EconomicDevelopment Officers working at the community level of Aboriginal socio-economic development. In 2003, a review led to the recognition that only a strategy integrated amongstsectors and across communities could meet the goals...

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