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Why Advancing Economic Reconciliation is Essential to Canada’s Growth and Competitiveness

In Canada today, Indigenous Nations are moving to lead the charge in development, capital, and…

Building Capacity in Indigenous Early Childhood Education

The project explores how Indigenous communities can be engaged in the care and education of…

Readiness and Resilience: Mapping the Contours of the Indigenous Skills and Employment Ecosystem in Canada

In collaboration with our partners, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) created the Readiness and…

Indigenous finance and management professionals: critical for reconciliation and indigenous self-determination

Indigenous skilled labour is critical to realizing this new vision of economic reconciliation. Indigenous finance…
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Tech-enabled learning programs for the mining industry

Project will be three two-week unique, demand-driven, and blended-learning training programs using VR, eLearning, simulations…
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InTeRN: a young, northern workforce enters the world of ICT

A two-year network computer technology program geared to providing entry level skills and supports to…

Finance and management skills for economic reconciliationexternal link icon

Indigenous skilled labour is critical to realizing a new vision of economic reconciliation where First…
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Building bridges: increasing opportunity for Inuitexternal link icon

Industries and public institutions tied to Inuit communities have a responsibility to empower Inuit employment…
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Inuit conservation is transforming life and work in the Arcticexternal link icon

An emerging Inuit-led conservation sector draws on hunting and fishing to innovate in areas like…