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  • MNO representatives take part in the Canadian

    Stay tuned for the on demand recording of the weekly First Nations Health Managers Association (FNHMA) Virtual Town Hall – a discussion covering how COVID 19 is affecting health managers, front line health workers, and First Nations communities on ihtoday.caRecordings of the live broadcast from today will be found on ihtoday.ca shortlyWatch last weeks on demand broadcast HERE on ihtoday.ca

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  • The Engineered Approach to Aboriginal Inclusion: Inclusion

    project workforces in the mining, energy, and infrastructure sectors around the world. – First Pac West is Aboriginal owned and operated. – The agreement is supported by The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB).

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  • Indigenous Collaboration Redpath Mining Contractors

    Redpath is also a member of the Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association. Indigenous Tribes of Indonesia PT Redpath Indonesia has committed to the recruitment and training of people of Papuan descent. A major emphasis has been placed on hiring people of

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  • Aboriginal Resource List Bibliography of Resources

    2 Stewart Resources Centre: A Bibliography of Resources Aboriginal Resource List 201.3 P549 Mythology of the world / Philip, Neil. Boston, MA : . Subjects: Mythology Juvenile literature. Notes: English language arts middle level (gr. 8). English language arts middle level (gr. 8).

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  • Selkirk Development Corporation – The economic

    Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce Yukon First Nation Chamber of Commerce Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association Links Selkirk First Nation Capstone Mining Dana Naye Ventures Fort Selkirk CONTACT Phone: (867) 393 2181 Fax: (867) 393 2182 Email:

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  • Indigenous Mining Agreements Natural Resources Canada

    Indigenous Mining Agreements Indigenous Mining Agreements Lands and Minerals Sector More information For more information, to report data errors, or to suggest improvements to this application, please contact us. For additional information about indigenous

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  • Aboriginal Mining Education Forum

    15/11/2012 · MiHR invites you to attend the Aboriginal Mining Education Forum taking place November 20th & at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Toronto. The AMEF will provide the ideal follow up to Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association conference, offering insight from a variety of experts with vested interest in Aboriginal education to employment in the Canadian [ ]

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  • Instructor Training

    SkillPlan is a nationally recognized leader in workforce development programs. We have 25 years of experience providing workforce development consulting services and resources to the mining and construction industry, as well as other sectors.

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  • CCAB » 2019 Aboriginal Economic Development

    Events are one of the main sources of revenue for the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. Sponsorship of events contribute to CCAB's day to day operations. Sponsorship enables CCAB to deliver quality programs and provide platforms for discussion, knowledge sharing, understanding and potential business opportunities between Canadian businesses and Aboriginal entrepreneurs and communities.

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  • Home Women In Mining Canada

    Women in Mining Canada (WIMC) is a national not for profit organization formed in 2009 focused on advancing the interests of women in the minerals exploration and mining sector. In collaboration with Canadian WIMC branches we support grassroots initiatives in the realm of personal and professional development, while providing a national voice within the global minerals and mining community.

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  • Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC)

    This paper discusses the Canadian context around aboriginal rights and the best practices associated with obtaining aboriginal consent, particularly in connection with mining initiatives. 34 Pages Download

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  • Saskatchewan Mining Association Mines in

    The Saskatchewan Mining Association (SMA) is an industry driven organization representing the mining and mineral exploration industry within Saskatchewan. SMA advocates on behalf of members on issues related to provincial and federal regulatory changes, develops and supports educational outreach programs, organizes and hosts public outreach and membership events.

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  • Pursuing openings and navigating closures for aboriginal

    From 1980 through 2014, over $8 billion was spent on uranium mining projects in Saskatchewan ( Saskatchewan Mining Association, N.D.). Uranium ore was discovered in Saskatchewan on the north shore of Lake Athabasca in the early 1930s.

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  • Mining companies want more Aboriginal goods and

    A new study shows Canadian mining companies are making efforts to purchase more goods and services from Aboriginal companies. The report, Partnerships in Procurement, is a joint initiative of Engineers Without Borders Canada: Mining Shared Value and the Canadian Council for Aboriginal

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  • Indigenous Mining Issues CAID

    Mining Information Kit for Aboriginal Communities INAC (2006) 2005 Canada's Resilient North: The Impact of Mining on Aboriginal Communities (2005) Finding Common Ground: Indigenous Peoples and their Association with the Mining Sector (2003)

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  • ACEC British Columbia Position Paper Aboriginal Engagement

    2 Engagement – Resources to Assist Consultants 2) Developing Eff ective Working Relationships with Aboriginal Communities Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers This guide addresses the key issues and supporting rationale for oil and gas

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  • Aboriginal Group Optimistic About Mining Industry

    Notwithstanding current economic impacts in the mining industry, one Aboriginal group, the Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association "CAMA" is optimistic. They believe the worst is behind. Once metal demand and a turnaround occur, the sector will see a changing legal landscape that is poised to help the industry and attract renewed investment.

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  • Aboriginal Matters – The Northern Miner

    Mercator Geological Services is a Canadian geological consulting firm offering a full range of services to the exploration and mining industry in Canada and internationally for over 25 years. Mercator's staff of professional geologists have worked extensively in the mineral resource industry with both small and large mining companies and offer a broad range of field and technical services.

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  • AORIGINAL INLUSION IN YUKONS MINING INDUSTRY

    CAMA Aboriginal Minerals Association CNIM for Northern Innovation in Mining CSR Social Responsibility HR Human Resources IBA Benefit Agreements ICME Council on Metals and the Environmental

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  • Border tips for returning Canadian snowbirds

    The Canadian Snowbird Association is a not for profit advocacy organization for travelling Canadians, representing more than 110,000 members. Associated Links Border Information Service

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