Federal government pledges $5 million to northern Indigenous initiatives – Cabin Radio

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Federal government pledges $5 million to northern Indigenous initiatives – Cabin Radio

by ahnationtalk on August 11, 202060 Views

CanNor will be investing nearly $5 million in 11 Indigenous projects across the three territories, a news release announced Sunday – International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

Federal Minister of Economic Development, Mélanie Joly, said the investment will help Indigenous communities “seize opportunities…deliver important local projects…and [support them] on their path to self-sufficiency and prosperity.”

“True reconciliation means supporting Indigenous communities and businesses by providing opportunities for their success,” she said. “I’m excited to see the difference that this investment will make for Indigenous communities across the territories.”

“Indigenous small, and medium-sized businesses exemplify the ingenuity and drive that is at the core of the entrepreneurial spirit in Canada’s territories,” Larry Bagnell, Yukon’s MP, added.

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