Aboriginal Conferences

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Powered by Aboriginal Link ®, this highly specialized portal is fully-dedicated to assisting individuals interested in locating and attending conferences and events of specific interest to Canada's Aboriginal Peoples. 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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The Grief Recovery Method
If you have ever asked yourself the question What more could I have done for my community members?, the answer is The Grief Recovery Method(R). The Grief Recovery Method(R) is a systematic program that helps grievers complete the emotional pain and regain control of their lives. It is a proven method for dealing with loss that has been successful for millions of individuals around the world dealing with unresolved grief.
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Rodgers Investment Consulting
Building Economic Stability for Aboriginal Communities with Investment Strategies for a Prosperous Future. Rodgers Investment Consulting welcomes you to attend the 8th annual Aboriginal Trust and Investment Workshop. The three-day workshop is designed to educate and engage participants in discussion on the fundamentals of Aboriginal Settlement Trusts and investment management.
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AFOA
In April 2011 Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) revised its Intervention Policy to create a new Default Prevention and Management Policy and developed new tools to support this Policy including the Management Action Plan (MAP) which replaces the Remedial Management Plan (RMP). A Management Action Plan (MAP) is a comprehensive planning initiative to help First Nation communities and Aboriginal organizations tackle underlying causes of defaults in funding agreements. This workshop reviews the new Default Prevention and Management Policy and the Directive on Default Management, and examines the MAP Process, and the evolution from RMP to MAP. It also provides a General Planning Guide based on a strategic planning process. Many workshop participants attend this workshop, not only because they may be required to develop a Management Action Plan or are in a form of intervention, but also to broaden their management skills and learn how to avoid intervention.
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AFOA
In April 2011 Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) revised its Intervention Policy to create a new Default Prevention and Management Policy and developed new tools to support this Policy including the Management Action Plan (MAP) which replaces the Remedial Management Plan (RMP). A Management Action Plan (MAP) is a comprehensive planning initiative to help First Nation communities and Aboriginal organizations tackle underlying causes of defaults in funding agreements. This workshop reviews the new Default Prevention and Management Policy and the Directive on Default Management, and examines the MAP Process, and the evolution from RMP to MAP. It also provides a General Planning Guide based on a strategic planning process. Many workshop participants attend this workshop, not only because they may be required to develop a Management Action Plan or are in a form of intervention, but also to broaden their management skills and learn how to avoid intervention.
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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
The natural resource sector has several business contrac??ng needs providing the majority of opportunity for Aboriginal entrepreneurs and community owned development corpora??ons. The opportuni??es are in transporta??on, construc??on, food and facili??es outsourcing and explora??on. Aboriginal community strengths have contributed to business growth and successful startups in these four areas. Experts and leading companies will explain where the opportuni??es are and how to successfully realize them. Producers in the natural resource sector will explain their procurement requirements and ini??a??ves to grow business with Aboriginal suppliers and partners.
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