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Employers and Consultants Want To Hire Aboriginal, Indigenous, First Nation and Newcomers To Canada?

Employers, Recruiters and Consultants Want To Hire Aboriginal, Indigenous, First Nation and Newcomers To Canada? ​​Employers, Recruiters and Immigration Consultants if you haven’t visited our secure site since our launch

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Racial Profiling In Ontario

TORONTO – Racial profiling is a harmful form of discrimination that can be profoundly damaging to its victims and their communities, and undermines trust in public institutions, a new human

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Aboriginal Institutes’ Consortium Congratulates Ontario

The Aboriginal Institutes’ Consortium congratulates Ontario for its announcement in the 2017 Ontario Budget of $56 million over three years for Aboriginal Institutes. This new funding will allow Ontario and

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Path Set To Self-government For Whitecap Dakota First Nation

The Government of Canada and the Whitecap Dakota First Nation achieved a major milestone in their journey toward reconciliation and renewed relationships today by signing an historic Agreement-in-Principle. This is

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Do Canadian Employers Know What Turns Job Seekers On?

Do Canadian Employers Know What Turns Job Seekers On? – Randstad Canada revealed today the results of its Employer Brand Research 2017 (previously known as the Randstad Award). According to

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Commercial Tobacco Reduction in Indigenous Communities

Commercial Tobacco Reduction in Indigenous Communities: 2017 Literature Update Authors: Michael Palmer, Michael Chaiton, Robert Schwartz Date March 2017 Type of Report: Special Report Download Publication: http://otru.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/special_RETRAC2_lit_update.pdf Smoking prevalence among

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Awareness Campaign Debuts Promising Practices

Aboriginal Hepatitis C Month May 2017 Awareness Campaign Debuts Promising Practices Hep C Documentary & Tool Kit Vancouver, BC – To launch National Aboriginal Hepatitis C Month May 2017, The

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Aboriginal Ancestors Were Skilled Survivors

This 50,000-year-old settlement found in Australia’s barren interior shows Aboriginal ancestors were skilled survivors Credit: Pixabay Right in the middle of Australia’s arid southern interior, scientists have come across a

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Funding for Aboriginal skills training on Lower Mainland

Funding for Aboriginal skills training on Lower Mainland – The British Columbia government is investing $2.7 million to ensure more First Nations people in the Lower Mainland have greater access

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New $1.8-million Trades Training Building Opens In Merritt BC

Premier Christy Clark welcomed a new generation of Nicola Valley trades students with the official opening of the new $1.8-million trades training building at the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology

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Aboriginal Skills Navigator Helping First Nations Get Job Ready

Aboriginal Skills Navigator Helping First Nations Get Job Ready – Rochelle Saddleman is dedicated to ensuring more First Nations members get the skills they need to succeed in a rapidly-changing

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UFCW Canada Activists Support Waawaasegaming Water Walk

UFCW Canada activists support Waawaasegaming Water Walk – Recently, UFCW Canada activists joined members from various First Nations in Ontario to participate in the 2015 Waawaasegaming Water Walk ceremony to

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Saskatchewan Research Council Announced Program For Aboriginal Post-secondary Students

The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) announced a new program for Aboriginal post-secondary students that will provide opportunities to develop skills

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First Nation artists from Yukon attended a national training program in Ottawa

WHITEHORSE — Two First Nation artists from Yukon attended a national training program in Ottawa aimed at building the business

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Seeking Canadian Employers, Recruiters and Immigration Consultants

AROLAND FIRST NATION & OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA – The Ahki Job And Career Portal is a 100% Ojibwe owned and

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Domtar Engages Aboriginal Communities to Protect Forests

Domtar Engages Aboriginal Communities to Protect Forests – Around five years ago I visited the Amazon by invitation of the

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Canada helps employers in key industries attract and retain Aboriginal apprentices

Canada helps employers in key industries attract and retain Aboriginal apprentices – Honourable Dr. K. Kellie Leitch, Minister of Labour

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Hotel Musée Premières Nations

Hotel Musée Premières Nations – Hotel Musée Premières Nations mission is to provide an authentic and unique experience in a

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Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government

Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government Listuguj, Quebec Listuguj is part of Gespe’gewa’gi – the Seventh District of Mi’gma’gi Listuguj Territory A vibrant

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Boivin Group

Boivin Group Winnipeg, Manitoba Boivin Group is a full service event planning and communication company specializing in creative solutions for

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Ishaawin Counseling Centre

Ishaawin Counseling Centre – Ishaawin Counseling Centre exists to restore wholeness found in Jesus Christ to First Nations families and

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Kaska Dena Council

Kaska Dena Council – The Kaska Dena Council was formed as a Society in 1981 to advance interests of Kaska

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Iroquois Cranberry Growers

Iroquois Cranberry Growers – Iroquois Cranberry Growers is owned and operated by the Wahta Mohawks, an indigenous peoples community in

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2Badgers Consulting

2Badgers Consulting Inc – 2Badgers Consulting offers a one of a kind approach to industry consulting with diversity of knowledge,

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Aboriginal Australian Art Tells the Most Important Ancient Stories

Aboriginal Australian Art Tells the Most Important Ancient Stories – History without context is dangerous, or offensive. On Melbourne’s Swanston

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Mining industry welcomes renewal of program funding in key areas

Mining industry welcomes renewal of program funding in key areas – The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) expressed satisfaction with

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Most murdered and missing aboriginal women victims of indigenous perpetrators

Most murdered and missing aboriginal women victims of indigenous perpetrators “I will tell you, because there is no media in

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Harry spent an hour mingling with Aboriginal people in remote Australia

Britain’s Prince Harry spent an hour mingling with Aboriginal people in a remote part of Western Australia on Thursday, media

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Ontario wary of challenging court ruling on use of aboriginal traditional remedies to treat leukemia

Ontario wary of challenging court ruling on use of traditional remedies to treat aboriginal girl’s leukemia Aboriginal groups hailed the

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Manitobans to drag Red River again to find missing, murdered aboriginal women

WINNIPEG – A group of volunteers plan to dredge the Red River again this year, hoping to find anything that will bring closure to the families of missing and murdered

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