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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.


Conference and Events Postings


Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada will host its third National Event in Halifax. This is an opportunity for all Canadians, both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal, to learn more about and bear witness to the legacy of the Residential School system. The Atlantic National Event is free and open to everyone.
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Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
In preparation for the Atlantic National Event in October, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) will be in Eskasoni: Friday October 14, 2011, Sarah Denny Memorial Cultural Centre, 9 am – 6 pm
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Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
This Hearing will provide an opportunity for Residential School Survivors to share with the Commission and Canada the unique experiences of children who a??ended Residential School. This is also an opportunity for all Canadians, both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal, to learn more about and bear witness to the legacy of the Residential School system.
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Ontario Hospital Association
The need to continuously improve the Canadian health care system is a constant, specifically in Aboriginal health care. This October 27, join us to learn from experts, including the Deputy Grand Chief Mike Metatawabin from NAN; Gail Boehme, CEO, All Nations Healing Hospital & FHQ Health Services from Fort QuAppelle, Saskatchewan; Don Jones from the National Centre for First Nations Governance and David Murray, CEO, Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre, to find out what they are doing to improve the quality and coordination of care in Aboriginal health, while creating a strategic vision for long term success.
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AFOA
This 2 day workshop will provide participants with a broad understanding of creating and maintaining good values and ethics within the Aboriginal workplace. The workshop will examine business ethics and how they relate to Aboriginal traditions. Participants will learn the fundamentals of human resource management and how to develop a code of ethics for your organization. We also explore how the issue of ethics impacts governance and accountability as well as all aspects of community and economic development activities.
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AFOA
Cet atelier de deux jours est spcialement conu pour les dirigeants autochtones lus et porte sur le rle essentiel que joue lthique dans leur vie quotidienne ainsi que sur limportance dun leadership respectueux de lthique dans un milieu autochtone. Dans cet atelier, on examine les droits, les responsabilits et lthique, les interactions entre ces lments et linfluence de chacun de ceux-ci sur la manire dont les responsables lus autochtones accomplissent leurs t^aches quotidiennes. On passe en revue les situations courantes que rencontrent les responsables lus quand des aspects thiques sont en jeu, on examine les questions essentielles que doit se poser un dirigeant qui veut prendre une dcision thique et on dcrit les lments indispensables pour instaurer un environnement de travail thique.
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AFOA
Many communities throughout the country are undertaking Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP) in an effort to improve their economic base while asserting their independence and ownership of community resources. Comprehensive Community Planning is a holistic process that enables a
community to build a roadmap to sustainability, self-sufficiency and improved governance capacity. It is a new approach to planning, where the process is steered by the community rather than a small group or committee. Planning is an important tool on the road to self-governance and building capacity in First Nations communities. Each community requires a unique approach to planning that can be adapted to their culture and traditions – it can help individual First Nations make a positive difference in addressing specific issues in their community.
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AFOA
Learning to manage and report on performance is a big step on the path to selfgovernance. Financial information is one aspect of performance, however financial statements only give part of the performance picture. There are many other equally if not more important aspects of performance like:
Have our goals been met compared to what was planned? Do community members judge our performance to be satisfactory? Are our values and culture reflected and supported by our programs and activities?
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