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Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD)
Active ImageCentre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD) - a Winnipeg community-based, non-profit organization staffed by Aboriginal people. CAHRD prepares Aboriginal people for the workplace by offering employment counselling, supportive follow-up, information on education and training opportunities, workshops, self-assessment and specialized services
 
Aboriginal Music Program (AMP)
Sample ImageThe Aboriginal Music Program (AMP) helps Aboriginal people develop their understanding of the music industry along their ability to succeed in it.
 
Aboriginal Canada Portal
Sample ImageAboriginal Canada Portal -a federal government portal that links to online resources, contacts and information on government Aboriginal programs and services
 
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
ISample Imagendian and Northern Affairs Canada - negotiates land claims and self-government agreements, oversees implementation of settlements, promotes economic development and delivers services such as education, housing and community infrastructure and social assistance and social support services to First Nations communities
 
Aboriginal Sport & Recreation Council

Sample ImageThe Manitoba Aboriginal Sport & Recreation Council is a non-profit organization that has been operational for over twenty years. It was established in 1988 and Incorporated in 1994. The MASRC is “The Bridge” between existing partners in the sport/recreational delivery system and Manitoba’s Aboriginal community.

 
‘YOUNG MONEY’, Indigenous Youth Business Mentoring Program
Active Image‘YOUNG MONEY’, Indigenous Youth Business Mentoring Program is an after-school program operated in the early evenings and aimed at Winnipeg’s Aboriginal youth who are between 15 and 24 years old.
 
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