National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
The Canadian Institute would like to mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, this September 30, 2022, to recognize the First Nations, Inuit and Métis survivors of residential schools. Acknowledging the history and the legacy that the residential school system has had on survivors, their families and their communities in an important step toward reconciliation.
The Canadian Institute would like to acknowledge the ongoing contributions by First Nations, Inuit and Métis people in shaping Canada as a diverse nation. We honour the history, culture, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada and recognize the strength of present-day Indigenous communities. We strive to work collaboratively with our Indigenous partners who are instrumental in building our Indigenous events, and we continue to work together toward reconciliation.
Join consultation managers from Indigenous communities, from government organization and from the natural resource sector to discuss best practices for consultation.
Ideal for consultation and land managers, and legal counsel.
Housing and land managers will discover federal funding opportunities for housing and infrastructure in Indigenous communities while learning concrete strategies for managing a housing portfolio.
Ideal for housing, land economic development and finance managers.LEARN MORE
Learn to effectively manage the social, economic and environmental effects of project development with thought-leaders from government, Indigenous communities and industry.
Ideal for consultation and land managers, and environmental technicians.LEARN MORE
We are Offering
We want to give back. In continued collaborations with our partners and delegates, we are offering scholarships to each Atlantic Convention on Indigenous Affairs event.
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