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New Brunswick Mi’kmaq community comes together to improve early childhood education

Through participatory engagement, parents, Elders, and community leaders joined forces to overcome quality of work concerns and define a new vision for childcare in their community.

Indigenous nation thrives after “investing in ourselves” – Q & A with Membertou Chief

This article first appeared on the Magnet website. It is a great example of the value of partnerships between Indigenous peoples and businesses that can...

Reconciliation demands learning and closing the gaps in Indigenous labour opportunities

Indigenous peoples compose 4.9% of the total Canadian population, as of 2016. However, we have experienced significant growth in our numbers recently, with an increase...

Indigenous women thrive in northern Manitoba tech training program 

When Brenda Bignell first enrolled in a program in The Pas, Manitoba to improve her tech skills, she says she didn’t even know where to...

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