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.
How Will Your Community Benefit from the Federal Funding Infusion?
Join us at The Canadian Institute’s Inaugural Forum on First Nations Housing & Infrastructure Atlantic, on October 19 in Halifax. Hear how communities are bridging the gap between on- and off-reserve housing, and network with industry leaders in energy, construction and design to identify the latest technologies that will support your community for generations to come.
With a renewed focus on community infrastructure projects in Indigenous communities, the Federal Government’s proposed 2022 budget includes a multi-billion-dollar investment into Indigenous services, reinforcing its commitment to a nation-to-nation relationship with Indigenous peoples. Hear experts unpack the federal budget’s funding allocation and discover the latest on funding and financing opportunities for both housing and infrastructure needs.
Pabineau First Nation
Dr. Luke deMarsh
Pabineau First Nation
Tobique First Nation
Policy Analyst, Housing, and Infrastructure
Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat
HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2022
- How to Access Federal Funding Dollars to Provide Core Supports for Indigenous Communities
- Implementing a Repair Strategy for a Multi-Property Portfolio
- How to Create Affordable Housing and Ensure a Return on Investment through a Monetize Social Housing Model
- Futureproofing Atlantic Canada: Building Sustainable and Resilient Homes to Withstand a Changing Climate
- How to Collect Accurate Population Data in First Nations Communities to Better Forecast Future Housing Needs
ATLANTIC CONVENTION ON INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS
Join us over four interactive days this October 17-20, 2022 in Halifax for three inclusive events addressing the most critical challenges affecting Indigenous communities.
This is a unique learning opportunity specifically organized to offer in-depth training opportunities for each member of your team.LEARN MORE
WE WANT TO GIVE BACK
In continued collaborations with our partners and delegates, we are offering scholarships to this event.
Do you know an Indigenous person who would benefit from attending this event?APPLY NOW
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The Canadian Institute’s Forum on First Nations Housing & Infrastructure Atlantic will provide you with the latest updates on how communities are bridging the gap between on-and off-reserve housing and how to unpack the federal budget’s funding allocation. Discover the latest on funding and financing opportunities for both housing and infrastructure needs and identify the latest technologies that will support your community for generations to come.
WHO WILL YOU MEET?
You will meet key stakeholders in the following job functions:
- Land Engineering
- Capital and Infrastructure Administration
- Lands and Resources
- Public Works
- Business Development
- Aboriginal Markets Financing
- First Nations Communities and Economic Development Corporations
- Construction and Engineering
- Banks, Financial Institutions and Investment Firms