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Audience: Indigenous Peoples Government Formats: PDF

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March 12, 2019

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The overarching Well-being and Resiliency Framework provides rationale for and describes the ways of working to promote well-being and resiliency in Alberta. It defines the key elements of the prevention continuum of services, identifies desired outcomes, supports decision-making on funding and...


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March 12, 2019

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The miyo resource discusses foundational beliefs and approaches of Indigenous peoples to promote well-being and resiliency and outlines an evaluative process that honours an Indigenous worldview. This resource supports provincial implementation of the Well-Being and Resiliency Framework by...


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January 1, 2017

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The Metis Nation of Alberta – Government of Alberta Framework Agreement formally recognizes a shared commitment to work co-operatively to: 1- address the needs and aspirations of the MNA and its members; 2- preserve Metis identity and cultural heritage in Alberta; 3- build upon and enhance the...


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December 1, 2016

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The Métis Women’s Council on Economic Security was established to provide advice and recommendations to the Government of Alberta on strategies to improve the economic security of Indigenous women in Alberta. The Council’s 2016 report and recommendations puts forth recommendations in the areas of...


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June 11, 2008

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The Metis Nation of Alberta – Government of Alberta Framework Agreement formally recognizes a shared commitment to work co-operatively to: 1- address the needs and aspirations of the MNA and its members; 2- preserve Metis identity and cultural heritage in Alberta; 3- build upon and enhance the...


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January 1, 2007

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This program of studies is intended for students who began their study of Cree language and culture in Grade 7. It constitutes the last three years of the Cree Language and Culture Six- year (6Y) Program. The Cree Language and Culture Six-year Program, Grades 7–8–9, constitutes the first three...