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UBC: SUPPORTING ABORIGINAL FAMILIES OF YOUNG CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

April 14, 20172017 Summer Institute in Early Childhood Education & Infant Development pdce.educ.ubc.ca/EarlyChildhood   SUPPORTING ABORIGINAL FAMILIES OF YOUNG CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES: Respect, Healing, Dignity and Care. EDCP 480A 96A | or non credit registration July 8 – 15  The 2017 IECER Summer Institute will bring together ECED students, ECE & IDSC professionals, and others interested in early childhood and infant development, ... Read More

Agenda for Upcoming First Nations Band Administration Conference

April 14, 2017 

MP Yvonne Jones speaks to First Nation transparancy and accountability

May 11, 2017Credits:Yvonne Jones Published on May 9, 2017 Madam Speaker, I am pleased to rise to speak to the important question that has been raised by the member for Kamloops—Thompson—Cariboo. Of course, I would like to acknowledge first that we are gathered on Algonquin traditional territory. My hon. colleague has raised a question this evening that is really directed to one ... Read More

Register for the AFOA BC First Nations Band Administration Conference – May 17-19, 2017

March 27, 2017Click here for the registration form – save it and email it back to us or print it and fax it to us at 604-925-6390. Click here for our sample letter for sponsorship from your band. Click here for the Band Scholarship Application See the draft agenda below

Province, K’ómoks and Qualicum First Nations partner with forestry agreements Province, K’ómoks and Qualicum First Nations partner with forestry agreements

December 16, 2016by pmnationtalk on December 15, 2016 (See original article HERE) Dec. 14, 2016 COURTENAY – Members of the K’ómoks and Qualicum First Nations have an enhanced voice in local forest stewardship and greater opportunity for economic development through forestry agreements signed with the Province today, moving British Columbia and the First Nations further down the path of reconciliation. Among the ... Read More

AFOA BC 20th Anniversary Video

November 16, 2016Celebration of milestones and achievements of Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of BC. Features founding member Elaine Eccelston along with Nick Calla, Norm Grdina, Clay Harmon, Harvey Pauls and Past President of AFOA BC Susan Wood and General Manager Mike Mearns.
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