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In Canada's Indigenous Communities
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February 2020 ICCE Forum

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Teachings of Our Elders

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Everything is Connected

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Indigenous Communities

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Establishing the Centre

Nothing About Us Without Us

Indigenous communities are looking to better manage the social, cultural, health, environmental and economic issues related to cumulative effects...

Sharing What is Better for All

Indigenous values are core to the ICCE mission, and they inform our guiding principles. There is no single Indigenous culture in Canada...

Education for All Worlds

In February 2020, ICCE hosted its inaugural event, the Indigenous Forum on Cumulative Effects. The three-day gathering brought together...

Meet Interim Board Chair and Our Executive Director

Interim Board Chair Leona Irons and Executive Director Leea Litzgus are at the helm of ICCE, leading the team that’s guiding the Centre as we evolve and grow into a thriving community of expertise and collaboration.

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