Beautification project gives N.S. First Nation income assistance clients work experience – Halifax

in Jun 10, 2022

A beautification project is offering employment to income assistance clients living on the Sipekne’katik First Nation. “The beautification project is cleaning up our community, it is landscaping, and also assisting elders,” says Courtney Knockwood, the program lead. It employs 16 people ranging in age from 17 to 68, all of whom are income assistance clients.[…]

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‘Tiny homes’ provide shelter, job skills for central Alberta First Nation

‘Tiny homes’ provide shelter, job skills for central Alberta First Nation

in Mar 18, 2019

[ad_1] After six months of hard work, eleven students officially graduated from a tiny home building program on the Montana First Nation south of Edmonton. The adults headed back to school in the fall of 2018. “We started on September 4th, classroom work,” student Phillip Cardinal explained. “So we have to get our tickets and[…]

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