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The Québec government announces its support for the establishment of the First Nations Executive Education program

QUÉBEC CITY, Nov. 26, 2021 – In the wake of the Grand Economic Circle of Indigenous People and Quebec, Premier François Legault today announced that the Québec government will support HEC Montréal’s First Nations Executive Education program. Over the next five years, $10 million in funding will be allocated to ensure the initiative’s long-term continuity. […]

by ahnationtalk on November 26, 20213 Views

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An executive school ‘for and by First Nations leaders’ set to open in Montreal – CTV News

November 25, 2021 MONTREAL — A school ‘for and by First Nations leaders’ will open its doors in December at HEC Montreal, the people behind the project announced on Thursday at the Grand Economic Circle of Indigenous Peoples and Quebec. Two Indigenous graduates of HEC Montreal, Manon Jeanotte and Ken Rock, founded the First Nations […]

by ahnationtalk on November 26, 20217 Views

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First Nations Executive Education: A New School Created for and by First Nations and Propelled by Executive Education HEC Montréal

TIOHTIÀ:KE (MONTREAL), Nov. 25, 2021  – A new school for First Nations leaders is being launched today as the Grand Economic Circle of Indigenous People and Quebec gets underway. Initiated by First Nations, this new school is propelled by Executive Education HEC Montréal and will welcome its first cohort starting December 9, 2021. A school for and by […]

by ahnationtalk on November 26, 20216 Views

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Universities should apologize for helping Indigenous identity fraud: chief – APTN News

Nov 23, 2021 The chief of a First Nation frustrated by the rising tide of Indigenous identity fraud says powerful institutions should publicly apologize in writing to nations they’ve insulted by empowering fakes. “That’s the question at hand here: They have to apologize. If they can’t, then they’re going to just keep doing what they’re […]

by ahnationtalk on November 23, 202110 Views

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Media Invitation – Launch of a New School Created for and by First Nations and Propelled by Executive Education HEC Montréal

Tiohtià:ke (Montreal), November 18, 2021 — Executive Education HEC Montréal, in collaboration with the Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador, invites media representatives to a press conference announcing the launch of First Nations Executive Education. WHAT?    FIRST NATIONS EXECUTIVE EDUCATION LAUNCH WHO? • Manon Jeannotte, First Nations Business Development and Governance Consultant — First Nations Executive […]

by ahnationtalk on November 19, 202147 Views

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6th Annual Early Childhood Week – Spotlight on Prevention and Creating Caring Communities, Aligned Directly with the Recommendations of the Laurent Commission

MONTREAL, Nov. 11, 2021 – The 6th annual Early Childhood Week will take place from November 15 to 21, with a focus on the themes of prevention and creating caring communities. All told, the event will feature a lineup of close to 300 activities across the province. As the driving force behind Early Childhood Week, the Collectif […]

by ahnationtalk on November 12, 202127 Views

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Indigenous students get leg up from financial giant – The Star

Nov. 4, 2021 A major Canadian bank is reaching an olive branch out to Indigenous people living in Canada with a new service aimed at helping Indigenous Peoples from coast to coast to coast better plan their financial futures. The Financial Literacy for Indigenous Peoples Course, produced by the Royal Bank of Canada, is aimed […]

by ahnationtalk on November 4, 202116 Views

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First Nations students walk out after professor says Cree students suffered less at residential school – CBC

Concordia University’s First Peoples Studies apologizes for ‘improperly vetting’ guest lecturer A Concordia University student said her jaw dropped after hearing a guest lecturer argue that her nation suffered less harm from residential schools established in the James Bay Cree territory compared to survivors of other residential schools. “I couldn’t believe it,” said Mavis Poucachiche, a […]

by ahnationtalk on November 3, 202116 Views

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MUHC: Regular screening for tuberculosis in Inuit communities is cost-effective

November 1st, 2021 Montreal, November 1st, 2021 – Regular community-wide screening for active and latent tuberculosis (TB) appears to be cost-effective in Inuit communities with high TB rates and is recommended to help reduce outbreaks, according to new research published today in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal). The study was led by Dr. Kevin Shwartzman, […]

by ahnationtalk on November 1, 202118 Views

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Indigenous leaders pan ‘Quebec values’ course for not being inclusive – APTN News

Oct 28, 2021 In an announcement made to much fanfare this week, Quebec’s education minister confirmed the province is scrapping its “ethics and religion” course in favour of one called “Quebec values and citizenship.” “When you live here in Quebec, you know that Quebec is different than the rest of North America – we’re not […]

by ahnationtalk on October 29, 202161 Views

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