Education and Training
Aboriginal Academic Achievement (AAA) Grant
The Aboriginal Academic Achievement Grant (AAA) is provided to assist school divisions with current programming on the implementation of new programs that target academic success for Aboriginal students.
Smudging Protocol and Guidelines
Pan-Canadian Approach to Harmonized Aboriginal Data Collection
Information Sheet, December 2013 ( 171 KB)
Making Education Work (MEW) – Outcomes Report
Making Education Work (MEW) was a five year research project jointly funded by the Province of Manitoba and the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation. The project involved high school students in six sites across Manitoba, consisting of three First Nation and three provincial high schools. The overall aim of the project was to evaluate whether the provision of additional in-school supports and services would assist Grade 10 to 12 students in staying in school, meeting requirements and entering a post-secondary program. Program Implementation began in the 2006/2007 school year with students scheduled to graduate in 2009.
Truth and Reconciliation Commission
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission was created to talk about all of the experiences and impacts of the residential schools, and the path to respect and reconciliation. The TRC will host seven national events in different regions across Canada. The first Truth and Reconciliation National Event was held June 16 – 19 at the Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The second national event is planned to take place June 2011 in Inuvik.
Stop Sex with Kids
Child Find Manitoba, in partnership with the Province of Manitoba has launched the second phase of the Stop Sex with Kids public awareness campaign. Visit the Stop Sex with Kids website to take action against child sexual exploitation.
Igniting the Power Within
Check out the Igniting the Power Within website to learn more about what Igniting has to offer including workshops and the upcoming national conference.