Capacity Development Worker (Reconciliation Project) – Opportunity

Reconciliation Project Capacity Development Position The Reconciliation Project is seeking someone with senior administration expertise to serve in a capacity development position. In this role, you will be communicating and working with FRCN Knowledge Keepers and Program Directors to develop, establish and implement a capacity development strategy that will engage the targeted audiences. You will…

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FRCN Community Oral History Archive Obtains Contribution from the Library and Archives Canada (LAC), ‘Listen, Hear our Voices’ Program

The Listen, Hear our Voices initiative (part of the Indigenous Documentary Heritage Initiatives) provided support to 19 projects by First Nations, Inuit and Métis Nation organizations throughout Canada. Fisher River Cree Nation (FRCN) was successfully chosen as a recipient for 2020-2021 and received $22,230 for the Community History Archives project. From the early 1990s into…

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Journey from Fisher River

“Fisher River Cree Nation has a history of maintaining community life with teachings about respect and sharing. The isolation created by Covid 19 has been a challenge to our way life and has meant we are unable to feast and share our stories. The recognition of the trauma created by residential and day schools has…

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Fisher River Cree Nation and Canada sign Memorandum of Understanding on Advancing Reconciliation

For Immediate Release: Fisher River Cree Nation and Canada sign Memorandum of Understanding on Advancing Reconciliation December 7, 2018 — Ottawa, ON — Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada & Fisher River Cree Nation Working collaboratively to renew the nation-to-nation relationship based on recognition of rights, respect, co-operation and partnership is key to achieving reconciliation with…

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