National Coalition of Chiefs -You can Help Us Defeat On-Reserve Poverty!!

SEPTEMBER 15, 2020 / FOSADMIN / 0 COMMENTS

Contributed by Dale Swampy © 2020

Indigenous Participation in Canada’s Natural Resource Industry is the KEY to Defeating On-Reserve Poverty!!

Chiefs, Metis Leaders and Associates,
Hope everyone is healthy and safe during the Covid-19 health crisis.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE!! Join the NCC as a sponsor and show your support for First Nation leaders who support our industry!!

https://coalitionofchiefs.ca/


REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN AND SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE for NCC’s 2020 National Energy and Natural Resource Summit on November 16-17, 2020 at the Grey Eagle Resort in Calgary.

New Indigenous Contracting and Employment Opportunities below! Don’t Miss Out on these Opportunities!!

Great article by Stephen Buffalo, President and CEO of the Indian Resource Council. Keep up the great work, Stephen!
Opinion: Indigenous people fear Liberal green plan will sabotage their progress

The New Conservative Leader has some good ideas for improving the standard of living for First Nations across Canada.
O’Toole promises ‘serious approach’ to Indigenous reconciliation

Register for the upcoming C.O.R.E 2020 Opportunities and Challenges: The Road Ahead

Register on EventBrite https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/2020-core-conference-opportunities-and-challenges-the-road-ahead-tickets-111151647570

Chiefs, pass this information on to your education department. Great program for Indigenous students looking to enter STEM programs.
Imperial Oil’s Indigenous student employment program

One project approved by the AIOC so far. Hopefully, the next project approved for loan guarantees is the purchase of Trans Mountain by Indigenous communities.
Alberta appoints CIBC executive to lead Crown entity focused on Indigenous project investment

Why were no Chiefs from Alberta chosen to participate in this committee?
CER Announces the Establishment of First Indigenous Advisory Committee

Great to see Husky’s new commitment to Indigenous Inclusion – Why not go one step further and include a commitment to appoint Indigenous people to management positions?

This is well worth the read. I am appalled by the extent to which these US-funded organizations have used, and continue to use, our people to destroy Canada’s economy.
THE TIDES FOUNDATION WASHES OVER CANADA

Great Article by our friend Lax Kw’alaams First Nation member Chris Sankey
Indigenous Business owner says energy and resource sectors key to overcoming poverty on First Nations

How far we’ve come: Indigenous engagement with the Canadian energy economy

Opinion – I’m an Indigenous woman who works in Alberta’s oil sands – and I can speak for myself

Why you shouldn’t buy an EV

MAJOR NEW STUDY BY KEN COATES SHOWS TREMENDOUS PROGRESS ON INDIGENOUS ENGAGEMENT WITH THE RESOURCE ECONOMY

Procurement and Employment Opportunities Sept 2020

Please download the pdf below to see opportunities and click-through links.Procurement-and-Employment-Opportunities-Sept-2020Download

Thanks to everyone for their input this week. Lets get our courage back and make 2020 a great year for Canada’s oil and gas industry!

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October 16, 2020 at 10:21PM

Author: uwe.roland.gross

Don`t worry there is no significant man- made global warming. The global warming scare is not driven by science but driven by politics. Al Gore and the UN are dead wrong on climate fears. The IPCC process is a perversion of science.