Indigenous Relations Office Community Bulletin

Bulletin from April 19, 2017

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Aboriginal Artisans Sale 

Please join us on April 19 & 20, 2017

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Ben Calf Robe Annual Traditional Pow Wow

Please join us on May 13, 2017

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Info Sessions on What’s New About Public Engagement at the City

Join us to learn about how the City of Edmonton is improving public engagement, so we can build a better Edmonton together.

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Invitation to a Community Roundtable on the Canadian Poverty Reduction Strategy

The Government of Canada is conducting a series of round table consultations as it prepares to develop a national poverty reduction strategy. Vibrant Communities Canada has also stepped up and invited its member organizations and cities across Canada to reach out and engage their communities in this conversation. These conversations will provide local knowledge and expertise to the work on a national strategy.

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Kêyâpic wahwêpâstan kiskîwêhon-Spirit of Treaty 6

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Men’s Traditional Teachings

Ambrose Place is Hosting Men’s Traditional Teachings. We would like to invite anyone interested in attending. Please see the attached poster for more information.

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RISE – Reconciliation in Solidarity Edmonton

Job Opportunity: RISE Project Coordinator

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“What Have You Heard About Us” (2nd gatherings) – Apr. 22-23

ImagiNation Miscellany artist collective hosted three story circles just over a week ago and heard many interesting perspectives, stories, realities, + concerns from storytellers.

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Writers’ Guild of Alberta

The Writers’ Guild of Alberta seeks a researcher to  consult with various professionals and organizations to gain an understanding of the unique needs of Aboriginal writers, of best practices for forming relationships with Aboriginal writers, and best practices for designing and delivering programming specific to the findings above.



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Amiskwaciy History Series April 27, 2017

Amiskwaciy History Series proudly welcomes Marilyn Dumont as our next presenter on April 27, 2017 at 6:30-8:30 pm,  EPL Whitemud Crossing Branch 4211-106 Street.

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Call for Presenters for Pecha Kucha Night 28.

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Treaty No. 6 Art Contest

Submissions are open and will close on August 4 at 11pm. Art Contest_Treaty No 6_print file (JPG)

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City of Edmonton, Employment Opportunities

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Indigenous Edmonton Directory

Helps newcomers and citizens alike navigate the diverse and friendly Indigenous Edmonton Community. Read More


Multicultural Relations Office Community Bulletin

The multicultural-related information in this Bulletin is from agencies, community organizations, and the City of Edmonton.

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