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Opportunities and Postings

Intermediaate Braiding Strands: Related -World Strategic Planning Oct 2024

Banff Centre

You will learn proven model for strategic planning, based upon systems thinking and its associated processes, tasks, and activities

This program will provide the steps for implementing a strategic planning process rooted in Indigenous ways of knowing to support your community, organization, board or council. In addition, it will deliver an understanding of how to keep the plan alive through evaluation, revision, and performance measurements.

Who should register?
First Nations, Metis and Inuit councils, and tribal councils
Boards of Indigenous economic and social development agencies, governing boards, commissions, and legal entities for Indigenous Profit and not-for-profit organization

Manager, administrators and team leaders

Indigenous leaders

Urban Indigenous organizations and agencies

Applicants must be ages 18+ at the time of the program start date

Registration deadline: September 17, 2024

Program Dates: Oct 20, 2024 – Oct 25,2024

For details or to apply: GotoInfo.ca/BraidingStrands

Toll Free: 1-800-565-9989

Phone: 1-403-762-6180

Email: IndigenousArtsAdmissions@banffcenre.ca

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Indigenous Student Internship Program


Are you an Indigenous post-secondary student in Canada ready to launch your career journey? Embark on a trans formative journey with our Indigenous Student Internship program!
The program offers exciting remote internship opportunities nationwide with the start date of September 2024 and flexible work terms that vary between 4-12 months, in a variety of roles:
-Business Analysis
-Project Management
-Software Development
-UX Design

What’s in it for you:

-Professional development tailored to your growth.
-Guidance from experienced mentors and leaders
-Networking with peers in our national co-op program
-Access to affinity groups like BAIM (Black, Asian,
-Indigenous & Minorities), Neurodiversity, and more

Eligibility requirements:
-To be eligible you must self-identify as an Indigenous Person (First Nations, Inuit, or Métis)
-Enrolled in a post-secondary program in Canada
-Legally entitled to work in Canada
-Ability to be granted an Enhanced level security clearance

For physical applications:
Fax: 514 415 3999
To fax your resume, kindly address it to:Maria Khan Campus Recruitment,Canada, CGI maria.khan@cgi.com

To mail your resume, kindly address the letter to: Maria Khan, CGI 15e étage 1350 Boul. René-Lévesque Ouest Montréal, Québec, H3G 1T4

If you are not able to fax, mail or submit your resume online, please contact this phone number and leave a voicemail message with your contact information. A member of the CGI team will be in touch 1 (416) 254-1285

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The Collaborative Process on the Second-Generation Cut-Off and Section 10 Voting Thresholds

Indigenous Services Canada

Please share this information with family, friends and communities

Indigenous Services Canada is introducing the Collaborative Process to find solutions to prominent issues impacting First Nations:
• Second-Generation Cut-Off
• Section 10 Voting Thresholds

Indigenous Services Canada has created an Information Sharing Kit, which aims to provide early and ongoing information and support to rights-holders in preparation for consultation.

Canada is looking for rights-holders’ participation from coast to coast to coast to consult on possible solutions.
To access an online version of the Information Kit, please visit: www.canada.ca/rights-holders-information-kit

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2024 National Indigenous History Month

Banff Centre

Join us to celebrate Banff Centre’s National Indigenous History Month in June!

Schedule (June 1-30)

All events and activities are FREE!

June 1: Virtual Indigenous Art Market (Open June 1-30 online)
Watch Welcome Videos: Land Acknowledgement Video and Event Overview Video (Available to watch June 1)
June 11: Dance Workshop | Register in advance.
June 21: National Indigenous Peoples Day – Concert Featuring Jah’kota | Jenny Belzberg Theatre | Get tickets in advance
June 21-30: Indigenous Film Screenings online | Closing story will be available online
For more information visit: gotoinfo.ca/celebrate

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Indigenous Services Canada Funding Opportunity

Indigenous Services Canada (ISC)

This Call for Proposals is open to Indigenous individuals, communities, and organizations. The deadline for submission of funding proposals is July 10, 2024.

Funding is now available to help build capacity, improve or create new services, and educate the public about estate planning and administration.

This could include, but is not limited to:

-communicating the benefits of estate planning and the importance of making wills,

-raising awareness of settlements and how they may impact estates, dependent adults, and their caregivers,

-providing support for estates impacted by settlements, and

-increasing the role of First Nations in the management of estates.

Estates management funding web page: gotoapply.ca/ISC-Estates

Email: financementsuccessions-estatesfunding@sac-isc.gc.ca

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Calling our Spirits Home: Indigenous Women in Leadership Fall 2024 – Banff Centre

Banff Centre

Supported by the guidance of Elders, share traditional and spiritual wisdom, while grounding in land-based learning, culture, and ceremony.  This program fulfills the requirements for the Certificate of Indigenous Leadership, Governance, and Management Excellence.

What does the program offer?

  • Calling your spirit to revitalize feminine leadership
  • Centering Indigenous wisdom in practice
  • Deep listening, truth-telling, revealing inner story narratives
  • Land-based learning and wise practices
  • Transformational change: reviving ancestral knowledges
  • Relational leadership: collaboration and partnerships
  • Change leadership and wholistic perspectives

Who should register?

  • Indigenous women leaders, administrators, and service providers
  • Indigenous artists, change makers, and visionaries
  • Indigenous women seeking a unique kind of leadership training

Applicants must be ages 18+ at the time of the program start date.

Registration Deadline: August 20, 2024
Program Dates: September 22 – September 27, 2024
For more details or to apply GotoInfo.ca/Leadership
Toll Free: 1-800-565-9989
Phone: 1-403-762-6180
Email: IndigenousArtsAdmissions@banffcentre.ca

Canada’s 2025-2029 National Action Plan on Open Government is now LIVE!

Government of Canada

The Government of Canada Open Government team has recently launched the first phase of the development of the 2025-2029 National Action Plan (NAP) on Open Government.

National Action Plan Themes
1. Meaningful and inclusive public participation
2. Protecting civic space and democracy
3. Anti-corruption, public confidence and corporate transparency
4. Designing inclusive government programs and services
The 2025-2029 National Action Plan will include commitments and milestones that set the stage for the Government of Canada to be more transparent, accountable and participatory.

Help develop Canada’s 2025-2029 National Action Plan on Open Government today! We invite you to visit the 2025-2029 NAP Consultation Platform for more details and to share your ideas!




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Global Student Information Session – Don’t Miss Out!

Ontario Teacher’ Pension Plan (OTPP)

Global Student Information Session – Thursday May 9, 2024   Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm ET

Attention students! Are you an undergraduate or graduate student interested in interning at or joining a leading global pension plan? You’re invited to our VIRTUAL Global Student Information Session on Thursday May 9th at 12 PM EST

For more information and to register   GotoApply.ca/OTPP-Students

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Grants of Up To $25,000

National Centre For Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR)

Grant of up to $25,000 to support community-led commemoration initiatives – No deadline to apply

The Na-mi-quai-ni-mak “I remember them” Fund supports community-based healing and initiatives commemorating former residential school sites. The grant funds are available to Indigenous communities, Survivor organizations, registered non-profits and others with community-led commemorative projects, gatherings and initiatives.

• Memorial or commemorative markers
• Community-led healing gatherings
• Ceremonial activities

Jennifer Wood
Phone: 1-204-914-4757
Toll Free: 1-855-415-4534
Email: jennifer.wood@umanitoba.ca

Apply today at NCTR.CA

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Join Us In C0-Developing the Indigenous Broadcasting Policy



Tell us how radio, television, and online streaming services in Canada can meet the needs of Indigenous peoples, all while:
• Respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis cultures
• Promoting the revitalization of Indigenous languages
• Exploring definitions
• Recognizing the need for self-determination

Have your say,  gotoinfo.ca/crtc-broadcasting

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