Services

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, workshops, and advisory services to our member communities based on current priority needs.

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Non-Insured Health Benefits

Non-Insured Health Benefits

Our Non-Insured Health Benefits Navigator helps First Nation communities in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island better understand and access the Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) Program which provides a range of medically necessary health-related goods and services not otherwise covered through private insurance plans or provincial/territorial health and social programs.

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Chiefs to Create Their Own Process on Reconciliation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDecember 16, 2020Sent by MTI and WNNB Chief Ross Perley, Chief Rebecca Knockwood, and Regional Vice-Chief Roger Augustine have today announced that they will not be participating in the “All-Parties Working Group on Truth and Reconciliation” that was announced by the Province on December 3, 2020. The Chiefs will instead be creating their

Chiefs Call for Minister Resignation (Dec 11, 2020)

For Immediate ReleaseDecember 11, 2020 The Mi’gmaq and Wolastoqiyik Chiefs are calling for the resignation of Minister of Aboriginal Affairs Arlene Dunn, in response to her opposition to holding a public inquiry into systemic racism in the justice system in New Brunswick. Yesterday, the Legislative Assembly debated a motion that endorsed the Chiefs long-standing call