Eagle Eye: September 2017 Funding Scan - Indigenous Funding

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...

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5 Ways to Become a #BestForTheWorld Company: What We've Learned at SVS

Can a small Canadian business from Guelph, Ontario be a Best for the World Changemaker? YES. B Corps are redefining the way business is done by including solving social and environmental problems in a company's bottom line. Each year B Lab...

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Enhancing Pollinator Habitats at Waste Management Sites

We’re excited to finally share the results of a year long collaboration with the Ontario Waste Management Association and Pollinator Partnership Canada. Recognizing the huge potential to create pollinator-friendly habitat in and around landfills,

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Incorporating and Considering Indigenous Knowledge in Environmental Assessments in Canada – We want to hear from you!

"How do Environmental Assessment (EA) Professionals experience the requirements and process to incorporate Indigenous Knowledge (IK)* in environmental assessments?”That is the question that researchers are asking for a joint research study...

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Eagle Eye: July 2017 Funding Scan

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...
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Indigenous Consent: Prosperity, Stewardship, Jurisdiction

Lawyers from a premier law firm acting for Indigenous people across Canada recently penned an opinion piece for the Globe and Mail on what "consent" means to major projects in Canada.  Ottawa recently dropped its rejection to an important UN...

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Moving Towards Self-Governance and Management of First Nations Reserve Lands: Land Code Communities

In 1990, a group of First Nations Chiefs came together to request that their communities be given the opportunity to manage their reserve lands. This was primarily driven by their frustration with lack of control over lands, which was impeding...

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Traditional Knowledge Interview Training: Anishinabek/Ontario Fisheries Resource Centre

Thanks to to the Anishinabek/Ontario Fisheries  Resource Centre for inviting us to facilitate Indigenous Traditional Knowledge Interview Training in North Bay, Ontario. Our team members had a great time connecting with the AOFRC staff and...

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Eagle Eye: May 2017 Funding Scan

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...
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Tired of NEB Pipeline Whack-a-Mole? There's an App for That!

“Canada is a vast nation with a diverse energy mix. A better understanding of what energy is produced, as well as how, when and where it’s transported will lead to a more informed energy dialogue across the country.”

– Peter Watson, Chair and...

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