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Indigenous access to capital could be a game changer

By Robert Merasty | Troy Media . . . for the Canadian economy Most Indigenous peoples and nations are not opposed to resource development. In fact, almost every Indigenous community is involved at some level in forestry, commercial fishing, agriculture, oil and gas or mining already. What we are opposed to is being left out.…

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Physical wellness partnership connects students with Alberta Indigenous

By Adrianna MacPherson | Troy Media U of A students work with Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta to turn data into solutions The COVID-19 pandemic forced a lot of organizations to rethink how they were serving their communities – for some, those pivots took them exactly where they needed to go. That was certainly the…

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Including Indigenous perspectives in conservation planning

By Bev Betkowski | Troy Media How Indigenous and Western knowledge can be equal partners in conservation solutions Protecting the world’s increasingly fragile environments through land and wildlife management, using the thoughtful approach of Indigenous knowledge, is an idea close to Jared Gonet’s heart. As a citizen of the Taku River Tlingit First Nation, the…

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Food Program Update

There will be limited live lobster available Monday July 11th to give away. If you are interested please email Megan.Smith@qonaskamkuk.com for details on pick up. This will be a first come first serve basis.   Thank you

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