Eagle Eye: Spring 2017 - Funding, News and Updates

Posted by Don Richardson

on Mar 31, 2017 4:27:11 PM

The Eagle Eye newsletter will keep you in the loop on changes we're seeing unfold across Canada and what they may mean for you and the communities with which you work.  We've also got our sights set on a number of funding deadlines in the coming months that could be of interest to our client community. 

 

In This Issue:
  • There's Still Time: Apply for the 2017 Shared Value Internship Program
  • The New Federal Budget: What's There, What's Not
  • Canada Launches New $325M Atlantic Fisheries Fund
  • NEB Modernization Process: What We're Hearing From Communities Across Canada
  • New Faces at SVS: Meet Amanda and Alex!
  • Upcoming Funding Opportunities
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Topics: Funding, Eagle Eye

What does the 2017 Federal Budget mean for Indigenous Peoples

Posted by Meaghan Langille

on Mar 31, 2017 2:06:47 PM

Last week the Trudeau government tabled its second budget of its 4-year term with large emphasis being placed on skills and innovation that strengthen the middle classinvestments that improve infrastructure (including infrastructure on reserves and in rural and Northern) communities, and strengthening Canada at home and abroad. In this blog post we provide a round-up of funding that has been committed, what's missing, and where to go from here. 

Overall, the federal budget commits to providing $3.4 billion in new money over the next five years for First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples and communities. This money is in addition to the $8.4 billion announced in last year’s federal budget which was also spread over five years. (Source: APTN)

The two figures would bring total new federal investments targeting Indigenous peoples and communities to $14 billion by 2021-2022—two years after the next federal election. (Source: APTN)

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Topics: Indigenous Rights and Interests, federal policy

Canada launches new $325M Atlantic Fisheries Fund

Posted by Rachel Speiran

on Mar 28, 2017 2:55:53 PM

At the beginning of March, the Federal Government announced it is investing $325M in the new Atlantic Fisheries Fund to stimulate innovation in the fish and seafood sector with a focus on growing opportunities and increasing their value to meet market demands for sustainably sourced, high-quality fish and seafood products.

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Topics: Funding, fisheries

Eagle Eye: March/April 2017 Funding Opportunities Scan

Posted by Don Richardson

on Mar 28, 2017 1:40:41 PM

We've always got our eyes open for shifts in policy and legislation, and the initiatives and funding opportunities that result from them.  "Eagle Eye" posts will keep you in the loop on changes we're seeing unfold across Canada and what they mean for Indigenous communities.  

 

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Topics: Funding

The 2017 Shared Value Indigenous Internship Program - Apply Now!

Posted by Nichole Fraser MacDonald

on Mar 16, 2017 10:53:21 AM

2016 Shared Value Intern Jonathan Rickard from Moose Cree First Nations talks about his experience.

 

This opportunity is for you!

Shared Value Solutions’ (SVS) is accepting applications for our annual 8-month paid Indigenous Internship for an Indigenous Canadian who is a graduate of a college, university or ECO Canada BEAHR program with an environmental or social science focus.

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Topics: News, Job Listing, internship

We're Hiring a Senior Land Use Planner - Indigenous Land Use Planning

Posted by Nichole Fraser MacDonald

on Mar 15, 2017 12:55:34 PM

 
 
 
Are you an experienced land use planner looking for an opportunity to make a difference with your work? Interested in Indigenous land use planning? This might be the job for you!
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Topics: Job Listing, land use planning, Planning

See you at PDAC 2017 next week in Toronto!

Posted by Rachel Speiran

on Mar 1, 2017 9:31:12 AM

 

Rachel Speiran, Alison Fraser, Melissa Tonge and Levi Snook from Shared Value Solutions will be attending the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada’s (PDAC) annual convention March 5th to March 8th in Toronto.

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Topics: Mining, conference