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Founded in 2000, the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Economic Development Commission (FNQLEDC) supports and accompanies community economic development agents and organizations as well as the members of the First Nations for the successful completion of their private and collective socioeconomic projects.
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As part of Social Economy Month 2020, the First Nations Social Economy Regional Table (coordinated by the FNQLEDC) and the Pôle des entreprises d'économie sociale de la Capitale-Nationale presented the “Indigenous Perspectives on Territorial Development” national conference. Here is a summary of the highlights of this conference.
The Nikanewin bursaries aim to stimulate private entrepreneurship among First Nations members by supporting people with a business project in order to encourage and help them move from ideas to action.
November is social economy month throughout Quebec. Meanwhile, the activities of the training course in collective women’s entrepreneurship, entitled "StartUP Nations Ikwe", are in full swing. Since September, three urban Aboriginal communities and organizations accompanied women’s groups in the development of a social economy project.
[COVID-19] New funding: Supporting initiatives to address issues specific to Indigenous women in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Deadline: January 15, 2021. A simplified application form is available. Contact us by email at email@example.com.
[COVID-19] Because of the recent changes in the epidemiological situation, all of Québec, except the Cree Territory of James Bay and Nunavik, will be on Maximum Alert (red zone) from January 9 up to and including February 8, 2021.
[COVID-19] Telework, increased health regulations, remodelled spaces, mental health issues, thoughts on occupational health and safety... Workplaces underwent a revolution in 2020 because of COVID-19...