SHEKOLI |

“Welcome” in the Oneida Nation language

AANII |

“Welcome” in the Ojibway Nation language

SEKOH |

“Welcome” in the Mohawk Nation language

LUNAAPEEW |

“I am glad to see you” in the Kwiinga-neewul Nation language

LENAPE |

“Welcome! I am glad you all came” in the Nulelìntàm èli paèkw Nation language

ANNII |

“Welcome” in the Ojibway Mississaugas of the New Credit Nation language

TANISI |

“Welcome” in the Cree Nation language

BOOZHOO |

“Welcome” in the Ojibway Nation language

WOTZIYE |

“Welcome” in the Dene Nation language

AINNGAI |

“Welcome” in the Inuktitut Nation language

KOUÉ |

“Welcome” in the Huron-Wendat Nation language

SGE:NO |

“Welcome” in the Cayuga Nation language

TAWNSHI |

“Hello” in the Metis Nation language

SKÄ:·NOÑH |

“Welcome” in the Onondaga Nation language

SE’KON |

“Welcome” in the Seneca Nation language

ČWÉ·'N |

“Welcome” in the Tuscarora Nation language

together we can grow, share and learn

 Training and Professional Development

Cancer Care Ontario
Aboriginal relationship and cultural competency courses: Nine courses designed to enhance knowledge of First Nations, Inuit and Métis history, culture and the health landscape to improve patient experience. The courses are geared to healthcare providers, professionals, administrators and others working with First Nations, Inuit and Métis people and communities. Each course takes about 60 minutes and is accredited for 1.0 Mainpro-M1 credits, with the exception of one course that takes about 30 minutes to complete and is accredited for 0.5 Mainpro-M1 credits.
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Aboriginal Arts and Stories Contest 
Inviting self-identified Indigenous youth between the ages of 11-29 to submit a piece of artwork or writing for a chance to win up to $2000 and have their work exhibited or published in Canada’s History Magazine.  First place winners also receive an all-expenses paid trip to a major Canadian city to receive their award amongst an esteemed group of artists including Lee Maracle and Drew Hayden Taylor.  We also encourage group submissions from entire classrooms, which makes a great activity for Aboriginal-focused classrooms you might have in your district.
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Indigenous Cultural Compentency Training Program Opportunity
The ICC training is a unique, facilitated on-line training program designed to increase knowledge, enhance self-awareness, and strengthen the skills of those who work both directly and indirectly with Aboriginal people.
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Aboriginal Conferences
Lisitng of events related to skill development, community improvement, economic development and 100's of other topics are identified and posted on this site. AboriginalConferences.ca provides some of the best Aboriginal events in North America.
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Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy
If you’re an Aboriginal Canadian and are wondering where to find a job or how to upgrade your skills, the Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS) may be your answer.
Using an integrated approach, ASETS will link your training needs to labour market demands, providing you with training or skills upgrading and with help finding a job.
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The Edible Classroom
The Karma Project offers your school, youth group, or day camp the opportunity to explore sustainable local food systems through their Edible Classroom Curriculum. They will focus on topics, such as growing, harvesting, preparing, and sharing.

For more information please contact Erin at karmateikei@live.ca or 705-549-5999
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Ontario Power Generation Community Partnership Opportunity

As a proud and engaged community partner, OPG’s (Central Hydro Plant Group ) CHPG strives to make a difference and help improve the well-being of the communities that host its operations. The CHPG through OPG’s Corporate Citizenship Program (CCP) provides (charitable, not-for-profit) support to over 60 grass roots community initiatives on average annually in North Bay, and the surrounding areas.

 CHPG’s community partnerships focus on the areas of:
 

1. Environment

2. Education, and community (health and safety, arts and culture, youth amateur sport, humanitarian and local causes)

3. As well as support for First Nations and Métis initiatives.
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NEW Aboriginal Community and Social Development Program

This two year program is specifically offered to First Nations, Metis and Inuit perspective students at Georgian College.
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Employment and Volunteering

The Boys and Girls Club of North Simcoe
The Boys and Girls Club is ALWAYS looking for enthusiastic, energetic volunteers who can offer great role modelling and peer to peer support to the participants in the after school program. They are also always looking for organizations to come and offer FREE programs that are creative, science-based, cultural, physical, or health-related that promote happy, skilled children.

For more information, please contact:
Lindsay Maurice, Executive Director lindsay@bgcnorthsimcoe.com or 705-526-6159

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Integrated Database Administrator 
The worker is required to ensure all aspects of the database operations are effective, efficient and adhere to all applicable laws and regulations. This includes the organization, coordination and data analysis of the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres' Integrated Database. 

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Research Associate
The Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC) is an award winning leader in culture-based management providing innovative research, policy, training and community development to 28 Friendship Centres and other urban Aboriginal service providers across Ontario. Located in downtown Toronto, the OFIFC engages all levels of government and mainstream agencies.

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Administrative Assistant
The Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC) is an award winning leader in culture-based management providing innovative research, policy, training and community development to 28 Friendship Centres and other urban Indigenous service providers across Ontario. The responsibility of the adminstrative assistant is to provide administrative, clerical and reception support, as well as fulfill a wide range of office administration duties to ensure efficient day-to-day office operations.

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