Indspire announces partnership with LIFT Philanthropy Partners
The One Awards acknowledge and share the ingenuity of our employees and the potential of aspiring professionals to the joint benefit of Hydro One and the people of Ontario. Each October 2nd marks the closing date of submissions and peer nominations for outstanding people who demonstrate the traits that make us the innovative, diverse organization we are. Hydro One is proud to support outstanding students with our One Awards scholarships, such as the Leonard S. (Tony) Mandamin Scholarship , The Hydro One Women in Engineering Scholarship , and the William Peyton Hubbard Memorial Award .
JOB POSTING – POWERLINE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICE
Hydro One and the Power Workers’ Union (PWU) require individuals to work as Powerline Technician Apprentices through the Hydro One /PWU Joint Line Training Committee (JLTC). The JLTC is responsible for the establishment and maintenance of an apprenticeship training program as provided in Appendix "A" between Hydro One and the PWU.
The Government of Canada is undertaking a review of environmental and regulatory processes.Read More
News Release: Canada, Sweden and Finland Partner on First-of-its-Kind Research on Greenland Ice Sheet
The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) is developing an Agricultural Soil Health and Conservation Strategy. Specifically, OMAFRA is seeking feedback on a Discussion Document that outlines a draft vision, goals and objectives for the strategy.Read More
Please Click the following links to view Ontario's Culture Strategy and the actions related to Indigenous Communities.
If you have any comments, questions or concerns please contact Dean Whellan at 807-623-4635 or by email at Consultation@RSMIN.caRead More
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is developing a Wildlife Management Strategy for Ontario and two other complementary wildlife initiatives. RSMIN citizens' are encouraged to provide feedback as part of the policy development process.
After months of hard work, the Red Sky Métis Independent Nation (RSMIN) Heritage team is ecstatic to officially announce the launch of the public RSMIN Community Heritage Wiki (CHW). You can now find this wiki site at rsmin.ca/CHW.
The RSMIN CHW is a groundbreaking concept in relation to how other communities are collecting and preserving data, and although many other wiki sites exist, such as Wikipedia, there are no other sites that are completely dedicated to one community with goals in preserving its unique and untold heritage. The RSMIN CHW is a shared, collaborative, on-line, collection of researched and cited information directly related to the RSMIN community and has been sought and curated by the RSMIN community. RSMIN hopes that publicly sharing the community's untold history will not only bring the community closer, but also help educate others and move toward recognition and healing.Read More
Please visit the following links below in regards to the Crown's response to the Daniels Supreme Court Decision.
Today in Canada's history, Métis have a legal home. While the full implications of rights, privileges and limitations will be a hot topic in the upcoming months, we now have place in the government to discuss these matters.
For more information as it becomes available please keep checking the RSMIN.ca/rights page and or subscribe to the RSMIN newsletter for upcoming updates and opportunities.
As well RSMIN would like to invite everyone to read the official case judgment to understand the points and considerations that are a part of this judgement. (link below)
2016-04-14 - Supreme Court Judgments - Daniels v. Canada (Indian Affairs and Northern Development) https://scc-csc.lexum.com/scc-csc/scc-csc/en/item/15858/index.do
The City of Thunder Bay is developing a master plan to guide municipal investment in recreational services, programs and facilities over the course of the next 12-15 years!
Sierra Planning & Management has been retained by the City to lead the development of the Master Plan. The anticipated completion date for the project is the fall of 2016.
Click Here for more information
If you would like to provide feedback, please email Consultation@RSMIN.ca