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Tuesday, January 28 • 14:15 - 15:15
211: Reconciliation in NB: Indigenous Reconciliation Awareness Module

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The Truth and Reconciliation Commission included Calls to Action for the corporate and business sector to improve their awareness of Indigenous history, treaties, policies and issues. In response, the Joint Economic Development Initiative developed the Indigenous Reconciliation Module (IRAM). This session will provide information on IRAM and JEDI’s experience with its implementation in New Brunswick, Canada.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Identify TRC Calls to Action relevant to corporations and business;
  • Overview of Indigenous history and treaties in New Brunswick;
  • Sharing experiences delivering Reconciliation Awareness Module to government and business

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Alexa Metallic

Indigenous Reconciliation Awareness Module (IRAM) Co-ordinator, Joint Economic Development Initiative
Alexa Metallic is Mi’gmaq from Listuguj First Nation. As a recent graduate, she holds her BA from St Thomas University with a double major in Communications and Public Policy. Currently, Alexa works as the Indigenous Reconciliation Awareness Module (IRAM) Co-ordinator for the Joint... Read More →
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Ashley Nash

Provincial Indigenous Employment Co-ordinator, Joint Economic Development Initiative
Ashley Nash is a proud Indigenous woman from the Wolastoq territory. Her passion for helping others led to her role as the Provincial Indigenous Employment Co-ordinator at the Joint Economic Development Initiative.


Tuesday January 28, 2020 14:15 - 15:15 EST
Room | Salle 211