Today, Canada kicked off its third annual National Kindness Week (February 11 – 17) with a press conference hosted by Global Dignity Canada. The early morning event, held virtually, aimed to celebrate the transformative power of kindness and to highlight the significance of this national initiative.
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Ripple Effects Mapping (REM) is a dynamic evaluation technique that illuminates the interconnected web of intended and unintended outcomes resulting from an initiative.
The Niriqatiginnga project is aligned with several of the goals and objectives outlined in the Government of Canada’s “Arctic and Northern Policy Framework.”
Residents of Inuit Nunangat: Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami is studying the process for direct or personal orders in your community. When you order directly from a registered retailer, a Nutrition North Canada subsidy is automatically applied. ITK wants to know more about how well that process does or does not work.
In the coming months, our project team members will be reaching out, building relationships and engaging with organizations, programs and models that can help inform the design and development of a professional commercial kitchen, Indigenous “food lab” and outdoor “living lab” community garden.
The Niriqatiginnga project is being designed to align with the thematic priorities of the Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG), Manitoba Agriculture’s Sustainable Canadian Agriculture Partnership, and the UArctic Thematic Networks in the areas of food security, food sovereignty, and economic reconciliation in the following ways: