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Application Deadline: Friday, January 12, 2024
The Government of Canada is seeking individuals willing to be considered as Chairperson for the Nutrition North Canada Advisory Board.
The Board provides information and advice to the Minister of Northern Affairs to help guide the management, direction, and activities of the Nutrition North Canada (NNC) Program. The Board will be actively involved in soliciting input from Program users to ensure northern and community perspectives are heard and considered.
We are particularly interested in having the Board include youth and individuals with diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences.
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older, and must:
– Have a secondary school diploma or higher, or an acceptable combination of education, training and/or experience.
– Have recent extensive experience living in northern and/or isolated Canadian communities.
– Have experience in one or more of the following fields: Indigenous regional/community leadership, public health, northern retail business, distribution and logistics, or transportation. Hunters, trappers and food harvesters are also encouraged to apply.
Board members serve in their own right, not as representatives of a particular organization, area or special interest group. Appointments will be made for three year terms.
This is a voluntary board, but expenses related to Board membership and travel will be reimbursed.
Members will also be given a small honorarium for their participation at face-to-face meetings.
All candidates proposed for appointment or nomination must undergo a federal security clearance, including the provision of fingerprints and a credit check.
Preference may be given to candidates who live in NNC eligible communities or who self-identify as members of one or more of the following groups: youth, women, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and members of Hunters and Trappers Organizations or Associations.
If you are interested in serving on the NNC Advisory Board, please send your letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
– A letter that states your interest in serving as Chairperson that clearly lays out your relevant knowledge and experience. Applicants are also encouraged to state their interest in potentially serving as a future Board member or Vice Chairperson if not selected as Chairperson; AND
– A detailed resume that includes your current contact information.
Individuals already seated on the Board are also invited to express their interest in being considered for reappointment.
French link: https://www.Canada.ca/Nutrition-Nord
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation – Sept 30, 2024
Up to $10,000 available for community initiatives – Application Deadline: January 23, 2024
For more information: canada.ca/truth-and-reconciliation-funding
Toll Free: 1-866-811-0055
TTY Toll Free: 1-888-997-3123
With Indigenous housing organizations supporting over 80% of First Nations, Inuit and Métis living away from their traditional communities, the National Indigenous Collaborative Housing Inc. (NICHI) is
re-engineering the funding process to support them with a For Indigenous By Indigenous (FIBI) funding program. This fund has $281.5 million for:
– Off-reserve organizations in urban, rural and northern areas of Canada or First Nations that have housing off reserve in urban, rural or northern areas
– Non-profits serving Indigenous People
– Indigenous-led organizations.
As of November 24, applications for this funding are open. Don’t expect a conventional proposal process. This is an Indigenous process where rather than telling applicants, NICHI is asking them to tell us what they need in order to address their local urgent and unmet needs for adequate and affordable housing in urban, rural and northern areas. $281.5 million isn’t nearly enough to address all the problems but it’s start to make your voice heard and demand more.
We’re inviting passionate and driven individuals to apply for our 2024 Internship Program. Our interns are not just participants but catalysts of change, spearheading critical projects that reshape the way we manage energy
We need diverse, open, curious minds to help us look at problems differently and contribute unique solutions through their work. Sound like you?
Our energy problems solvers:
– Take on exciting, innovative and challenging projects
– Enjoy competitive compensation and benefits
– Make a positive difference in the communities we serve
– Help create cleaner energy solutions for a better shared future
For more information or to apply, please visit GOTOAPPLY.CA/TCE-INTERNSHIP
Applications close November 15, 2023
The 2024 Level Youth Policy Program (YPP) is a free six-month program that brings together Indigenous and racialized immigrant and refugee youth between 19-29 years old in BC to provide training on ways to shape and advocate for public policy and addresses issues impacting their lives.
Learn more & apply now:
Application Deadline: November 15, 2023
Program Dates: February 26 – March 22, 2024
The four-week Indigenous Haute Couture Fashion Residency, led by faculty lead D’Arcy Moses, will offer eight Indigenous textile-based artists the opportunity to upcycled and /or digital embellishments into their work and to develop their designs and pattern development skills
Who Should Apply?
-Participants must have a background inn fashion or garment design in womenswear
-Participants mush have a basic knowledge of pattern making in the garment business
-Participants must have some experience in garment construction, sewing, and working with ta sewing machine
-Ideally, participants are interested in or already incorporate digital approaches to embellishments
For more details or to apply: GotoInfo.ca/Couture
Toll Free: 1-800-565-9989
The Bank values the contributions of women in economics and finance and awards scholarships to support women in these specializations. This scholarship award also:
• promotes the pursuit of graduate studies in Economics and Finance among women at the undergraduate level or those who have completed an undergraduate degree
• proactively contributes to building a gender-balanced talent pool for the economics and finance professions in central banking
These $10,000 CAD scholarships are awarded to women specializing in economics and finance. In addition to the award, successful candidates may be offered a work opportunity, with mentorship by a Bank employee. They may also be able to attend a learning event at the Bank related to central banking, economics or finance (e.g., lecture, conference, networking event).
Application Deadline and Disbursement of Scholarships
Applications and supporting documents must be received by 23:59 EST on October 8, 2023. The $10,000 CAD is disbursed in a one instalment once the recipient shows proof of registration in a Master’s Program in Economics or Finance at a degree granting institution.
For more details or to apply, we invite you to visit: