Reconciliation

The DUDES Club

DUDES Club will use funding to add chapters in several provinces and territories, expand NexUp activities, and public policy engagement.

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Grand Challenges Canada

Grand Challenges Canada will use contributions to scale the Indigenous Innovation Initiative’s national platform and to establish the Indigenous Innovation Ecosystem Network.

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Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund

Funding will support salaries of core staff, business plan development, and the creation of communications and marketing plans for the “Legacy Fund”.

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First Nations Technology Council

First Nations Technology Council will co-create an Indigenous Digital Equity Strategy in British Columbia and support a Canada-wide effort to advance digital equity, internet affordability and reliability for Indigenous peoples.

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EcoTrust Canada

This initiative reimagines Indigenous housing as integrated cultural, ecological and economic systems.

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MakeWay – The Northern Birthworks Collective

The Northern Birthwork Collective will pilot an Indigenous Doula Training program in the Northwest Territories and be grounded in Northern traditional knowledge and holistic practices.

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Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre

Partnership with the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre will contribute funding to Every One Every Day Kjipuktuk-Halifax, a participatory platform that centres Reconciliation, resident-led community projects, and business incubation initiatives, in connection with the vision to build a new Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre at the foot of Citadel Hill in Halifax.

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Victoria Native Friendship Centre

Funding will be used for the Reconciliation Learning Project, which seeks to provide accessible, community-based, Indigenous-led cultural safety training, in support of the TRC Calls to Action, and the desire to move reconciliation forward for all citizens.

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The Northern Ontario School of Medicine

The Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) will create a Centre for Social Accountability to contextually adapt effective healthcare, to apply a patient-centred healthcare framework and to scale its medial model for rural and Indigenous health delivery.

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The Royal Canadian Geographic Society

The Royal Canadian Geographic Society is leading the development of the Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada (IPAC): a project aimed at helping re-imagine Canada by presenting maps without colonial borders and by presenting stories of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.

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