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ISET

ISET

The Indigenous Skills and Employment Training (ISET) Program is designed to help Indigenous people improve their skills and find employment. ISET was launched in 2019, formally replacing the Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (1989-2019). The new ISET Program builds on what was successful about Aboriginal Skills Employment Training Strategy and reflects what was heard from Indigenous partners.

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Capacity Building

Capacity Building

WTCI provides capacity building training and workshops to our member communities.

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Communications

Communications

WTCI provides communication support to our member communities.

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“End Systemic Racism”: Wolastoqey Chiefs

FREDERICTON (July 9, 2020) – Proposed terms of reference for an independent inquiry into systemic racism against Indigenous people were released today by the Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick. “For hundreds of years, a regime of systemic racism has been built up in this province and this country against its Indigenous peoples,” said Chief Ross

Statement on the Systemic Bias Against Indigenous People

On Friday, the Chiefs of the Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick issued a call for an independent committee to review systemic bias against Indigenous people in New Brunswick’s policing and criminal justice systems. We are disturbed by the tonedeaf and condescending statement issued in response to our call by the government of the province of

Employment Opportunity: Emergency Management Coordinator

Term: Full-time / 1-year term position with the ability to renew up to 5 years. Overview:The Wolastoqey Tribal Council Inc. (WTCI) is a not-for-profit Indigenous organization whose role is to provide capacity building opportunities for its member communities. WTCI represents the Wolastoqey (Maliseet) First Nations of Kingsclear First Nation (KFN), Madawaska First Nation (MMFN), Oromocto

Statement from the Wolastoqey Chiefs on the death of Chantel Moore

The Chiefs of the Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick have issued the following statement in response to the death of Chantel Moore: We express our feelings of condolence, sympathy and solidarity with the family of Chantel Moore, as well as Tla-o-qui-aht and Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council. Moore, an Indigenous woman, was living in the traditional and

NIHB and COVID-19 Resources for our Members

Below you will find resources for our members regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and state of emergency. Environmental Cleaning Practices for Health Centres. COVID-19 Practical Guidance for Funerals or Wakes. FNIHB COVID-19 Questions and Answers. COVID Resources for Families and Individuals in New Brunswick Resources for Mental Wellness If you have any questions, please feel free