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Tuesday, January 9, 2007 Issue 48 - New Year, New Opportunities   VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1  
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3rd Annual First Nations Technology Conference Announced
2010 Aboriginal Business Summit Agenda Highlights Opportunities for Procurement & Partnerships
RedWAY BC News 2006 Readers' Survey & Contest extended!
Are you connecting with your members, partners and community?
Events Calendar: AGM's, Aboriginal Conferences, Industry Events
Centre for Native Policy and Research Posting!
Crime Prevention Ideas for New Year - Building on 2006 Award Winners
Education and Career Fair - Wed. Jan 24th
Free Video Game Workshop!
“THE WELFARE POETS Releases Hip Hop Compilation to End the Death Penalty”
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Happy New Year, over 6400 subscribers! Here's a short issue packed with events and info YOU need to know about as you start 2007 off with a bang!
 
3rd Annual First Nations Technology Conference Announced
Technology as a Bridge for Nation Rebuilding

First Nations Technology Council Annual Conference - Travel to Connect! Funding for travel to learn initiatives to bring connectivity and technical skills development to communities. See how technology is revolutionizing visual arts and how technology can be used as a tool for social and political change...
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2010 Aboriginal Business Summit Agenda Highlights Opportunities for Procurement & Partnerships
Hon. Minister David Emerson, Chief Gibby Jacob of Squamish Nation

The 2010 Aboriginal Business Summit starts January 31st with an exciting evening networking event and leads into 2 jam-packed days of critical information like 2010 Business Opportunities Workshops, Building, Supplying and Servicing the 2010 Winter Games...
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RedWAY BC News 2006 Readers' Survey & Contest extended!
Keep sharing the good news...
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=714581938141

RedWAY BC News 2006 Reader Survey and Contest We heard your requests - so we've added in "round two" so you can enter to win your choice of prizes! Click on this link, and take 10 minutes and you're entered to win.  All info you share is confidential and very appreciated as we expand our e-zine to meet your needs. Mac users click here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=714581938141 
 
Are you connecting with your members, partners and community?
Marketing Opportunities for 2007

Connect directly in 2007 Find four ways we can work together to bridge the digital divide and enhance your sales, marketing and communications strategies. Whether becoming a RedWAY BC News or Women's Empowerment partner, taking ads in upcoming issues, developing your own e-zine or providing professional development opportunities...
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Events Calendar: AGM's, Aboriginal Conferences, Industry Events
Register Now: Gathering Our Voices 2007 in Prince George

Aboriginal Events, Native Conferences, NDN Gatherings - you name it, we share it! Over 20 events coming soon: Annual First Nations Tech Council Conference, 2010 Aboriginal Business Summit, Talking Stick Festival, ICT Working Effectively with Aborig...
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Centre for Native Policy and Research Posting!
CNPR Job Postings Announced

Centre for Native Policy and Research has new opportunities starting in February...
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Crime Prevention Ideas for New Year - Building on 2006 Award Winners
Justice for Girls, Youth Meth Projects, International Student Safety Project

You may have missed the 2006 Solicitor General Community Safety & Crime Prevention Awards, but as we face the new year, consider how these initiatives might support a safer 2007. The Justice for Girls non-profit won an award this year, promoting "freedom from violence, social justice and equality for teenage girls who live in poverty", learn more inside...
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Education and Career Fair - Wed. Jan 24th
Join ACCESS Trades for apprenticeship info

ACCESS is at the Education and Career Fair on January 24th. Come to the Trades and Technology section at Booth #216 to learn about upcoming CORE Training opportunities and the Women in Trades Course, enter to win a free gift...
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Free Video Game Workshop!
2 Day Training FREE at NYLC

Come explore career opportunities - not only is it free, so is the pizza, AND you take your own video game home on CD with...
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ARCHIVES (other great issues to check out)
Issue 60 - RedWAY Readers' 2007 Survey & Contest
October 17, 2007
Vol. 4 Issue 16
Issue 59 - Back to Rhythms of Business, School & Reality
September 12, 2007
Vol. 4 Issue 15
Issue 58 - Summer Heat Warms BC Elder's Gathering, First Nations Treaty Updates, Jobs
August 8, 2007
Vol. 4 Issue 14
Dynamic Issue: Aboriginal Employment, Jobs, Apprenticeships, & Training Opportunities
July 17, 2007
Vol. 4
Issue 57 - First Nations Treaty Signed, Aboriginal Events, Native News, Urban Aboriginal Strategy Refocused
July 17, 2007
Vol. 4 Issue 11

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