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Opportunities and Postings

NATOA
4th Annual Indigenous Trust and Investment Conference and Annual General Meeting
June 1 & 2, 2017 – Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel
This year’s event will be aimed at providing Aboriginal Communities with the comfort and confidence of making informed decisions for their Trust and Investment operations.
Participants will have opportunities to:
• Explore the Aboriginal Trust and Investment Industry
• Develop an understanding of the background, evolution & complexities of Aboriginal Trusts
• Learn how to identify your needs and those you may work with to help manage vital Community assets
• Network and develop relationships among the nation’s leaders in the Trust Investment Community
For more information, visit GoToRegister.ca/NATOA
Toll Free: 1-866-409-1315
Fax: 1-866-462-7648
Email: NATOA@GoToRegister.ca
Web: GoToRegister.ca/NATOA
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Edu-Therapy

Grief – the Negative Emotional Impact often created by Relationship Conflicts and Loss Take some time for “SELF CARE” and learn the specifics skills necessary to deal with relationship conflicts at home and in the workplace. Help your Community deal with the losses that negatively affect us all.

New 2017 Training Dates
Edmonton, AB: Feb. 10-13, 2017

Winnipeg, MB Feb 10-13, 2017

Toronto, ON: Mar. 3-6, 2017

Saskatoon, SK: Mar. 17-20, 2017

Vancouver, BC: Apr. 7-10, 2017

Brandon, MB: Apr. 7-10,2017

Sudbury, ON: Apr. 21-24,2017

Whitehorse, YT: May 5-8, 2017

You will learn: • Dysfunctional ways people mishandle grief and its intergenerational effect on Communities • Emotional damage of rationalization and intellectualization • Why Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance Models are the wrong approach for grievers • Learn proper techniques for identifying and resolving loss and relationship conflicts • Edu-Therapy™ Process formats for individual and group work • How to expand your caregiving agency using the Edu-Therapy™ Process • How to resolve cumulative unresolved issues such as PTS and the Residential School Experience, abuse and trauma Grief happens in many forms and has great potential to create emotional energy and negatively affect your life and those around you: • Death of a loved one • Ending of a relationship • Suicide of someone close • Adoption or foster care • Loss of culture • Change in career, finances or social status • Loss of health, trust and safety

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Historica Canada

Aboriginal Arts & Stories invites self-identified First Nations, Metis and Inuit youth (ages 9 to 29), to submit a piece of writing or two-dimensional artwork exploring Indigenous identity, or a moment or theme in Canadian Indigenous history or culture.

Win up to $2,000 and other great prizes. Groups of 6 or more can win a special classroom prize.

Visit our website for full guidelines, bilingual learning tools, and to view galleries of incredible writing and artwork created by past participants. View engaging testimonials from 10 previous winners who discuss what the contest has meant to their lives and careers.

Don’t miss it!

The contest deadline is March 31. 2017

Three easy ways to submit your art or creative writing:

Email: WritingandArts@GoToInfo.ca

Fax: 1-866-634-8737

Online: www.GoToInfo.ca/WritingandArts

For more information, call 1-866-644-6195 or visit www.GoToInfo.ca/WritingandArts

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RBC
The RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program was launched in 1992 to assist Aboriginal students to complete post-secondary education, and provide an opportunity for RBC® to strengthen its relationship with the Aboriginal community.
This scholarship is intended to support those Aboriginal students who have at least 2 years remaining in their post-secondary studies.
Scholarship recipients are selected primarily on the basis of personal and academic achievements, and individual financial need. Status Indians, Non-status Indians, Inuit and Métis are welcome to apply.
Selected students will receive up to $4,000 per academic year for
educational and living expenses for 2 to 4 years.
RBC awards ten scholarships in two categories for students:
• Majoring in disciplines related to the financial services industry
• Majoring in disciplines unrelated to the financial services industry
For more information or to apply: www.GoToApply.ca/RBC
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Edu-Therapy
Grief – the Negative Emotional Impact often created by Relationship Conflicts and Loss Take some time for “SELF CARE” and learn the specifics skills necessary to deal with relationship conflicts at home and in the workplace. Help your Community deal with the losses that negatively affect us all.
New 2017 Training Dates
Edmonton, AB: Feb. 10-13, 2017
Winnipeg, MB Feb 10-13, 2017
Toronto, ON: Mar. 3-6, 2017
Saskatoon, SK: Mar. 17-20, 2017
Vancouver, BC: Apr. 7-10, 2017
You will learn:
• Dysfunctional ways people mishandle grief and its intergenerational effect on Communities
• Emotional damage of rationalization and intellectualization
• Why Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance Models are the wrong approach for grievers
• Learn proper techniques for identifying and resolving loss and relationship conflicts
• Edu-Therapy™ Process formats for individual and group work
• How to expand your caregiving agency using the Edu-Therapy™ Process
• How to resolve cumulative unresolved issues such as PTS and the Residential School Experience, abuse and trauma
Grief happens in many forms and has great potential to create emotional energy and negatively affect your life and those around you:
• Death of a loved one
• Ending of a relationship
• Suicide of someone close
• Adoption or foster care
• Loss of culture
• Change in career, finances or social status
• Loss of health, trust and safety
Click for more details

RBC

The RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program was launched in 1992 to assist Aboriginal students to complete post-secondary education, and provide an opportunity for RBC® to strengthen its relationship with the Aboriginal community.
This scholarship is intended to support those Aboriginal students who have at least 2 years remaining in their post-secondary studies.
Scholarship recipients are selected primarily on the basis of personal and academic achievements, and individual financial need. Status Indians, Non-status Indians, Inuit and Métis are welcome to apply.
Selected students will receive up to $4,000 per academic year for
educational and living expenses for 2 to 4 years.
RBC awards ten scholarships in two categories for students:
• Majoring in disciplines related to the financial services industry
• Majoring in disciplines unrelated to the financial services industry
For more information or to apply: www.GoToApply.ca/RBC

click for more details

NATOA

4th Annual Indigenous Trust and Investment Conference and Annual General Meeting

June 1 & 2, 2017 – Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel

This year’s event will be aimed at providing Aboriginal Communities with the comfort and confidence of making informed decisions for their Trust and Investment operations.

Participants will have opportunities to:

  • Explore the Aboriginal Trust and Investment Industry
  • Develop an understanding of the background, evolution & complexities of Aboriginal Trusts
  • Learn how to identify your needs and those you may work with to help manage vital Community assets
  • Network and develop relationships among the nation’s leaders in the Trust Investment Community

For more information, visit

GoToRegister.ca/NATOA

Toll Free: 1-866-409-1315

Fax: 1-866-462-7648

Email: NATOA@GoToRegister.ca

Web: GoToRegister.ca/NATOA

click for more details

RBC

The RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program was launched in 1992 to assist Aboriginal students to complete post-secondary education, and provide an opportunity for RBC® to strengthen its relationship with the Aboriginal community.
This scholarship is intended to support those Aboriginal students who have at least 2 years remaining in their post-secondary studies.
Scholarship recipients are selected primarily on the basis of personal and academic achievements, and individual financial need. Status Indians, Non-status Indians, Inuit and Métis are welcome to apply.
Selected students will receive up to $4,000 per academic year for
educational and living expenses for 2 to 4 years.
RBC awards ten scholarships in two categories for students:
• Majoring in disciplines related to the financial services industry
• Majoring in disciplines unrelated to the financial services industry
For more information or to apply: www.GoToApply.ca/RB
DEADLINE to apply is February 28,2017
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