The Indigenous Diabetes Care Navigator will work with Indigenous patients and caregivers and the broader Indigenous community to formulate goals in partnership with the diabetes outreach team, while building and leading multidisciplinary care teams dedicated to meeting those patient goals. They will identify systems gaps, make cross-sector partnerships and advocate on behalf of the patients to assist in meeting their health and social needs. The goal is to improve the healthcare experience for the Indigenous population who have diabetes, pre-diabetes or other related vascular health issues.
For more details, including how to apply, click here.
Deadline May 14, 2018
Indigenous Youth Internship Opportunity to work in Belize for 4 months.
Kwey Kwey everyone,
P.O. Box 1892
Phone: 613-332-0318 Fax: 613-332-3118
Indigenous Artists Opportunity: Stage 2 Light Rail Transit Ottawa Public Art Program
You are invited to an Indigenous artist workshop to learn:
1. About City of Ottawa’s public art opportunities open to Indigenous artists
2. How to write an artist statement, artist biography, public art curriculum vitae (résumé)
and photograph your work
You may be surprised that these public art opportunities are right for you. This workshop will get you ready, even if you are a newbie to public art.
The City of Ottawa will be announcing its plans for the Stage 2 Ottawa Light Rail Transit Public Art Program. The City has confirmed $11 million as part of the public art program.
The City of Ottawa Public Art Program encourages Indigenous artists to participate. Public art reflects a diversity of artistic expressions: sculpture, traditional arts, visual, carving,
photography, beadwork, video, etc.
The Stage 2 LRT program envisions an artist collaborative to work together around a theme or expression. The venues include outdoor and indoor art.
For more information contact me by email or call 613-882-
For more information on the Stage 2 LRT project, please visit www.stage2lrt.ca.
Miigwetch, Simon Brascoupé