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Virtual Event

Resilient Futures: Pathways to Indigenous Economic Reconciliation

This virtual event will explore how current reconciliation efforts are influencing economic development of Indigenous communities.

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Resilient Futures: Pathways to Indigenous Economic Reconciliation
Resilient Futures: Pathways to Indigenous Economic Reconciliation

Time & Location

Apr 09, 2024, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Virtual Event

About the event

Indigenous economic development is guided by the principles of self-determination and rights of Indigenous peoples to strengthen the wellness and prosperity of communities by generating employment, advancing education and skills development, and improving the health and wellbeing of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.

This virtual event will explore how current reconciliation efforts are influencing economic development of Indigenous communities. Panelists will share Indigenous perspectives about reconciliation and economic development, including how communities and businesses may collaborate to co-develop and implement sustainable strategies that contribute to Indigenous self-determination in alignment with community values.

The discussion will feature:

  • Jamie Dumont, Principal/Owner, Chadwick Consulting; Board Member, Manitoba Chamber of Commerce; former Chair, Indigenous Chamber of Commerce
  • Matthew Foss, Vice-President, Research and Public Policy, Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business
  • Matt Garrow, Senior Director, Economic Reconciliation Directoriate, Indigenous Services Canada

Moderated by Karine Duhamel, Director, Indigenous Strategy, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

This event is co-organized by IPAC Manitoba and IPAC National Capital Region.

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