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The L2L Webinar Series has been extended and will take place between Tuesdays and Wednesdays!

Successful land management and economic development initiatives are key to building healthy, thriving Indigenous communities. Links to Learning (L2L) is developing a virtual training series that provides a wide range of learning opportunities for Economic Development Officers (EDOs) and Lands Management Officers (LMOs).

The L2L Webinar Series will include weekly scheduled delivery of virtual workshops, presentations and panels led by experts in a range of Indigenous economic and land development related disciplines unique to the region.

Links to Learning will continue every Tuesday.

The Innovate BC Sessions - with content specific to British Columbia will be held every Wednesday
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Please see below for current session topics and registration information.

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L2L Call for Presenters PosterCall for Presenters!

• Are you a subject-matter expert in one or more of the fields listed?

• Are you interested in expanding your audience and reach to include economic development professionals throughout Canada?

• Do you deliver training that creates impact?

Consider becoming a presenter with Cando’s Links to Learning weekly webinar series. Honourarium/financial incentive provided.

If you’re interested, please contact: 

Danielle Lightning: danielle.lightning@edo.ca
OR
Elizabeth Calahaison: elizabeth.calahaison@edo.ca

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UPCOMING WEBINARS: 

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August 24th, 2022

2:00PM PT / 3:00PM MT / 4:00PM CT / 5:00PM ET
Title: Indigenous Governance and Nation Building

Description: This webinar will examine the foundation of Good Governance, including:- The ABC’s of Good Governance
- 5 Principles of Good Governance
- 5 Core principles of Native Nation rebuilding
- How governance affects nation building
- Indigenous governance applications to successful Nation building
- What success looks like

Speaker: Angela Adsit

Zoom Registration Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUuf-qqqzotGNfYo4gpC4DAItiTwxAjPOtt

Angela AdsitAngela Adsit Angela is a proud member of the Tahltan Nation and resides on the unceded territory of the Splatsin people in the North Okanagan. She has held several Executive level positions in both for-profit and not-for-profit Indigenous organizations. She also sat on her Nation’s Government Board of Directors who oversee all the economic development within the Tahltan territory in northern BC. Growing up ‘in both worlds’, she understands the need to integrate both societies and the various components of a community, so the community is built holistically, strategically, and with the local Indigenous ways of ‘being and doing’ at the centre. Angela is an instructor with several Indigenous and non-Indigenous training/educational organizations, and she develops culturally-aware curriculum in Indigenous entrepreneurship, and community and business development.

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September 6th

2:00PM PT / 3:00PM MT / 4:00PM CT / 5:00PM ET

Title: Additions to Reserves

Webinar description:  Get a thorough understanding of Additions to Reserves (ATR) and how First Nations can benefit from strategic land acquisitions and development, and in particular development in urban settings.

Tim DanielsTim Daniels is a proud Anishinabe from the Long Plain First Nation, located on Treaty 1 Territory. He is currently Chief Development Officer with Treaty 1 Development Corporation responsible for planning and the re-development of the 160 acre former Kapyong Barracks in Winnipeg, now known as Naawi-Oodena.Tim has a wealth of experience in property and business development and is devoted to projects that help First Nations strive for economic success and sustainability. His accomplishments include development of Long Plain Urban Reserves in both Winnipeg and Portage la Prairie which have established LPFN as an economic force in Canada.Tim has won many awards including as Economic Developer of the Year, the Spirit of Growth and Visionary Indigenous Business Excellence awards to mention just a few.

  



VIEW PAST WEBINAR RECORDINGS

Previous Tuesday L2L Sessions

Previous Webinar Wednesday Sessions

Previous Innovate BC Sessions

Previous Thursday L2L Sessions

 

 



Suggest a webinar topic or recommend a presenter
or for more information, please contact:

Danielle Lightning
Email: danielle.lightning@edo.ca
Phone Number: 780-990-0303 ext 229

 



Cando is working to develop additional regional training and learning events for 2021.
We will provide more information when it becomes available.