|"Learning from Experience ... Aboriginal Programs in the Resource Industries"|
4.2 Building and Sustaining Community Relationships
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Sponsor: Keyano College
Provides an alternative to mainstream social work education programs utilizing a culturally relevant curriculum with practical solutions for meeting the needs of qualified human service workers.
Sponsor: Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks & Wildlife Foundation
Provides Aboriginal youth with healthy activities through sport and recreation that renew self-worth and help build leadership in the youth and communities alike.
Sponsors: COGEMA Resources Inc., Cameco Corporation and Government of Saskatchewan
A partnership process that involves industry and northern/Aboriginal communities in monitoring and managing the impact of mining on the vitality (social well-being and quality of life) in northern Saskatchewan communities.
Sponsors: Keyano College, Nechi Institute
Provides a holistic alternative to mainstream human services education training programs for community wellness workers by incorporating culturally relevant Aboriginal methods of helping.
Sponsor: Royal Roads University
Implements proven conflict prevention, mitigation, containment and resolution techniques to establish, enhance and sustain positive, stable, mutually respectful relations with Aboriginal communities who have an interest in and could be impacted by resource development projects.
Sponsor: Devon Canada Corporation
Provides guidance in developing protocols for effective and fair methods to build long-term business relationships with Aboriginal communities through collaborative processes.
Sponsor: World Bank International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Helps prioritize development needs and suggests innovative solutions to bridge the gap between business and indigenous peoples.
Sponsor: TransAlta Corporation
Helps manage long-term relationships during corporate fluctuations that may influence internal support and priorities for Aboriginal programs.