30Deadline - Fundamentals of Carpentry
30Deadline - Fundamentals of Electrical
30Casual Hire - Tłı̨chǫ Community Traditional Knowledge Researcher
Casual Hire - Tłı̨chǫ Community Traditional Knowledge Researcher
If conducting Tłı̨chǫ research interests you, please submit resume (with current references) and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (867)-392-6406.
30Deadline - Casual Hire for Research and on the Land Programs
Deadline - Casual Hire for Research and on the Land Programs
30Employment Opportunity - Training and Occupational Health & Safety Coordinator
30Trails of Our Ancestors 2021
31Behchokǫ̀ - Water Balloon Fight FUN Day
Behchokǫ̀ - Water Balloon Fight FUN Day
Date: Saturday July 31, 2021
Time: 2pm to 4pm
Location: T Bridge
BBQ and Refrents will be provided
For more information please contact:
Anita Daniels Black
Director of Community Programs:
(867) 392-6381 ext. 1325
31Deadline - Northern Futures Scholarship
Deadline - Northern Futures Scholarship
02Employment Opportunity - Temporary Survey Interviewer
Employment Opportunity - Temporary Survey Interviewer
Interested applicants should send a brief cover letter and resumé to Sebastian Murdoch-Gibson, Survey Coordinator, at email@example.com by Monday, August 2 2021.
03Science Summer Camp for Indigenous Girls
Science Summer Camp for Indigenous Girls
The camp is a three-day education awareness camp for Indigenous girls between the ages 12-14. The Camp takes place August 23-27th, 2021(Note: August 23 and 27th will be travel dates).
The goal of the summer science camp is to promote post-secondary education awareness in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) while incorporating cultural teachings and practices, camp participants develop the confidence to pursue greater goals in a fun environment! The Camp is generously sponsored by De Beers Canada, Inc. to support the Building Forever Strategy – Accelerating Equal Opportunity as well as the company’s inclusion and diversity programs. Campers will stay at the YKDFN Wiiliideh Site (Yellowknife River) with chaperones provided by the organizer and all meals are provided for the duration of the camp.
The following criteria will be considered when selecting the candidates:
- Indigenous Female from IBA Group
- Age 12, 13, or 14
- Demonstrated interest in STEM
Applications are due by 5:00 pm Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021.
03Deadline - Wekweètì Foraging Workshop
04Employment Opportunity - Research Assistant
09Behchokǫ̀ - Workers for Tłı̨chǫ Annual Gathering
13Employment Opportunity - Water Treatment Plant Operator
13Regional - Call out for Preforming Artists
14Whatì - 6th Annual Baseball Tournament
1617th Tłı̨chǫ Annual Gathering
20100th Anniversary Arts and Culture Festival
100th Anniversary Arts and Culture Festival
In addition to the Annual Gathering in August we will be celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Mǫwhì signing Treaty 11 with a Culture and Arts Festival, August 20-22. The planned and proposed activities include:
- Culture and art displays
- Musical and cultural performances
- Cultural demonstrations and workshops
- Treaty 11 exhibit and photo displays
- Evening entertainment including a talent show, fashion show and concert.
- Official Treaty 11 anniversary ceremonies and treaty signing re-enactment
- Unveiling and dedication of Centennial projects
- Outdoor activities and games
Look out for more updates and opportunities to get involved in this special celebration.
For more information contact:
Implementation Facilitator, Department of Culture and Lands Protection
20Cake & Parade Contest
Cake & Parade Contest
The 100th Year Anniversary Festival Cake and Parade Contest.
Theme: Celebrating Our Past
When: August 20, 2021
Cake Contest: 1PM Kǫ̀ Gocho Centre (Sportsplex) Lobby
Parade: Starts after Grand Chief Nomination closes.
Start at the fire hall and end at The Kǫ̀ Gocho Centre (Sportsplex) parking lot.
Cake Prizes: Float Prizes: Bike Prizes:
If you have any questions please contact Jocelyn Zoe at (867)-688-9894 or Email Jocelyn.Zoe@tlicho.ca
20Grand Chief Nomination
20100 Year Anniversary Festival
30Grand Chief Election
01Victims and Survivors of Crime Week 2021 Student Video Competition Guidelines
Victims and Survivors of Crime Week 2021 Student Video Competition Guidelines
To submit a video entry, students must: (i) publish their video on YouTube, in a format supported by YouTube and in accordance with YouTube’s Terms of Service; and (ii) send an email with the subject line “Victims Week 2021 Student Video Competition” containing a link to the video, no later than 12:00 (noon) on October 1, 2021, to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Competition Guidelines: EN_Student Video Competition Guidelines Victims Week 2021.pdf
13Deadline - 2021 Arctic Inspiration Prize Call for Nominations
Deadline - 2021 Arctic Inspiration Prize Call for Nominations
The 2021 Arctic Inspiration Prize Call for Nominations is open! This year marks the 10th anniversary of the AIP.
In 2021, up to 10 teams can win prize money in one of three prize categories to launch initiatives that bring about the changes they want to see in their communities.
This year's nomination deadline is October 13, 2021 at 11:59pm PT.
14Victims and Survivors of Crime Week (Victims Week) 2021
Victims and Survivors of Crime Week (Victims Week) 2021
The Policy Centre for Victim Issues (PCVI) at the Department of Justice Canada is pleased to announce that Victims and Survivors of Crime Week (Victims Week) 2021 will be commemorated from November 14-20, 2021.
To better help stakeholders and participants recognize Victims Week each year, and to potentially increase participation and awareness of victims’ issues among stakeholders and the general public, PCVI is excited to announce a standard recurring theme for Victims Week that will be used each year going forward: The Power of Collaboration.
If you have any questions, please contact us at: email@example.com.
15DEADLINE - UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE ENTRANCE PROGRAM (UCEP) APPLICATION
DEADLINE - UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE ENTRANCE PROGRAM (UCEP) APPLICATION
Winter in-take: Begins September 15 to November 15, 2021
- Apply by the deadline
- Be a status Indian or Inuit resident of the NWT
- Be accepted for and attending the UCEP program at an accredited Canadian post-secondary institution
- Have not received the maximum two semesters of UCEP
- Have not previously defaulted on UCEP funding
- Be able to get all the upgrading you need within two semesters
- Be accepted as a student to a regular, approved university or college credit program when you successfully complete the UCEP program
- Submit a completed application form
- Submit your confirmation of enrolment, complete with signature from the educational institution you are enrolled in
*Please Note: Adult Basic Education courses and high school equivalency programs are not eligible for UCEP funding.
For more information about UCEP eligible programs and courses, or if you are interested in applying, NWT residents can call ( 867) 669-2506 toll free at 1-888-414-4340.
Further information is available on our website: https:/Jwww.aadnc-aandc.gc.caLeng/1100100033688/1100100033689