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Discussion Guide on First Nation Elementary and Secondary Education [Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, AANDC]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC)
Year of publication: 
2011

"Education is the cornerstone for improving lifelong opportunities. Higher education means greater earnings, better health, more stable employment, and improved community and individual well-being. "

ABORIGINAL YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM (AYEP)

Publisher: 
Martin Family Initiative (MFI)
Year of publication: 
2019

AYEP seeks to help Indigenous youth develop the attitudes and skills necessary to achieve success in secondary school, the workplace, during post-secondary education or training, and in daily life. The curriculum teaches students to develop entrepreneurial opportunities that can lead to business ownership. They gain an introduction to business that will help them prepare for the working world regardless of their choice of career.

Education [Pleasant Point]

Publisher: 
Pleasant Point
Year of publication: 
2003

List of education resources

NBCC Information Session at Pabineau First Nation [Pabineau First Nation]

Year of publication: 
2010

Poster for NBCC Information Session held at Pabineau First Nation.

Pabineau First Nation June Newsletter 2009 [Pabineau First Nation]

Publisher: 
Pabineau First Nation
Year of publication: 
2009

Community news report on additional funds made available for Pabineau First Nation students through provincial grants.

Social Services Department [Membertou First Nation]

Publisher: 
Membertou First Nation

"The Social Services Department has had many significant changes over the past few years. The department has been working hard to change the norms of social spending in Membertou. Through active measures; our community leaders are making substantial investments in its workforce through education and training administered by the department."

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