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CHNGR MTL Launch Party

CHNGR MTL Launch Party, April 25 4pm-6pm4:00pm to 6:00pm
Robin des Bois, 4653 Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Come join us for some delicious snacks and drinks at the oh-so hospitable resto Robin des Bois to meet the funders and Steering Committee members and to catch up on (or learn for the first time!) what we have in store for the 2019 Program. 

Register for the CHNGR MTL Launch Party

We'll also be showing off our updated website and different ways you can stay connected to the social solidarity economy through CHNGR MTL. 

We'd love to take your questions and discuss other details about how you can get involved in the program. See you there!

Weaving Indigenous Wellbeing, Research and Ethics: Community and Campus Perspectives in Canada

12:00pm – 1:00pm Eastern Time
Online - Register for webinar link!

Cost: Free

Join us for Weaving Indigenous Wellbeing, Research and Ethics: Community and Campus Perspectives in Canada.

The webinar will feature the work and vision of four Indigenous leaders working in community-campus engagement. Two Professors from Saskatchewan and British Columbia and two community leaders from the National Association of Friendship Centres in Ottawa will focus on ethical research, Indigenous knowledges, equitable partnerships and how higher education and other Canadian allies can collectively support Indigenous community health and well being. They will explore the challenges they face, opportunities for the future, and specific recommendations for policy, funding, culture, and program changes.

Level: Beginner/Intermediate – Attendees do not need any prior experience or knowledge of indigenous research or community development. Check out the Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network to learn more about the topic: www.uakn.org

Resources to read ahead of the webinar:

Pidgeon, M. (2018). Moving between theory and practice within an Indigenous research paradigm. Qualitative Research. https://doi.org/10.1177/1468794118781380

Pidgeon, M. (2016). More than a checklist: Meaningful Indigenous inclusion in higher education. Social Inclusion, 4(1), 77–91. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17645/si.v4i1.436


Presented by CFICE and Community-Campus Engage Canada, in collaboration with the National Association of Friendship Centres, the Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network, and the Centre for the Study of Educational Leadership and Policy (CSELP), this webinar explores answers to the guiding question How do we grow impactful Indigenous-Campus engagement and ethical research in Canada to better support indigenous community health and well being?

This webinar is now full. Please email cfice@carleton.ca to be put on the waiting list, and to receive post-webinar information. Thank you!

Summer Community Cook

The Summer Community Cook role focuses on enabling community members to develop and share their cooking skills through our Meals-on-Wheels volunteering opportunities, workshops and other activities in the kitchen. They will also play a strong role in kitchen components of the Roulant's social entrepreneurship initiatives. The chosen candidate will work in close collaboration with Kitchen Co-Managers who shares responsibility for the Meals-on-Wheels program, the staff members of the Kitchen Committee and the broader community.

Deadline: 
3 May 2019
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Communications Coordinator

Working with staff members across the organisation, the Communications Coordinator will maintain and develop a variety of communication strategies to creatively tell our stories to a diversity of audiences through print, online and other media. The successful candidate will have an opportunity to engage with all facets of our work to engage and inspire our community, amplify our voice and increase the impact of our work across each of our program areas.

Deadline: 
3 May 2019
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Cando 26th Annual National Conference & AGM

Cando (Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers) is a federally registered, non-profit society that is Aboriginal controlled, community based, and membership driven. Cando is directed by a national regionally represented volunteer board of elected EDOs representing every region of Canada.

Cando has been instrumental in facilitating partnerships with EDOs, academics, Aboriginal leaders and senior corporate and government representatives. Cando is unique because it is the only national organization that focuses on education and professional development for EDOs working in Aboriginal communities or organizations.

More details coming soon on the Cando's website

Watch the Highlights from the 2018 Cando Conference in Enoch, Alberta:

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