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Format: 2017
Format: 2017

Crane Cove Seafoods [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

"Over 100 community members employed in Crane Cove Seafoods."

Employment [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

Current employment listings.

Employment & Training [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

List of services and resources available to the members of Eskasoni First Nation for employment and training.

Business Profiles [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

List of Business Profiles in the Eskasoni First Nation.

Governance & Community Survey Results [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2008

"The purpose of this survey is to gather feedback about topics specific to the Eskasoni First Nation. There are 289 respondents to the survey which establishes a 95% confidence level and +/- 5.5% accuracy."

Departments:Employment and Training [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

"Mi’kmaq Employment Training Secretariat METS coordinates and administrates quality training and employment for the thirteen First Nations in Nova Scotia."

Departments:Economic Development [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

"Assists the community economic development process in areas such as business development, resource management and other related economic activities."

Fisheries [Potlotek First Nation]

Publisher: 
Chapel Island First Nation

"Apaqtukewaq Fisheries Co-op was formed in 1995. There are four members in the co-op including the manager, Anita Basques. The co-op was formed to enable the community to open doors for job creation."

Economic Development [Potlotek First Nation]

Publisher: 
Chapel Island First Nation

"The (EDO) Economic Development Officer for the band is Kevin Johnson. His responsibilities are to negotiate with different government agencies to secure funding for different projects that the band plans to introduce. One of the key areas that he deals with is in securing consultants to draft business plans. Once these plans are finished he then presents them first to the Council for approval and then he approaches potential partners such as Indian Affairs, HRDC, the province or other funders to assists in financing. "

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