Are you the One? We need your skills! The Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER) invites applicants for the position of Executive Assistant. The successful candidate is responsible for providing professional administrative support to ensure CIER Executive operates in an organized, efficient and professional manner. The Executive Assistant will work with the four members of […]Read More>
The Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER) is working with partners to collect information related to food sovereignty and food security in Indigenous Nations and communities. We are currently contacting knowledge holders to gather data on this matter through a survey. The purpose will be to: We look forward to your valued input. If you […]Read More>
Pollination has become an increasingly important topic with movements such as “Save The Bees” spreading across the globe. But why is pollination essential? What role do Indigenous communities and their youth play in protecting the pollinators? CIER staff members Carlyn Allary and Wendy Ross recently travelled to Barren Lands First Nation in Manitoba to give […]Read More>
CIER is pleased to announce the creation of CIER Ecoversity, an online learning resource for Indigenous Communities across Canada. Over the past 25 years and in excess of 1000 projects, CIER has developed numerous Indigenous community-based tools and learning resources. “Frequently, Indigenous communities request these resources but given many of them involve in-person instruction or […]Read More>
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Youth adding their voices to the conversation about reconciliation and our environment can be very powerful and that’s exactly what youth who attended our Podcasting 101 workshop did