How Governments Help or Hinder First Nation Capacity

*This event is also webcasted live. If you are interested in this event but are unable to attend in person, please register here

Don’t miss this special event featuring Terry Goodtrack, President and CEO, and Simon Brascoupé, Vice President, Education and Training, AFOA Canada in a discussion on the challenges facing 
First Nation governments in managing relationships with other governments, and their views on different ways for federal and provincial governments to work with First Nations for better results. 

AFOA Canada is the centre for excellence and innovation in Indigenous finance, management and leadership. With 18 years of experience and membership across Canada, AFOA Canada has unique, expert insights into the opportunities and challenges of the government-to-government relationship at a very practical level. 

This workshop will be of special interest to all those working with or for First Nation governments and their administrations and with other Indigenous organizations in the areas of funding, finance, policy and program delivery.

Thursday, November 23, 2017

3:00 pm  registration and networking
3:30 pm  discussion begins, live and webcast
4:30 pm  audience dialogue
5:00 pm  adjournment


Terry Goodtrack

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Simon Brascoupé

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Tickets and Registration (to participate in person)
IPAC members $20 Non members  $30
New Professionals  $15 Students $10

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 IPAC would like to thank CPA Canada for their support of this event.



11/23/2017 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Bell Solutions Centre 160 Elgin Street Innovation Room 14th floor Ottawa, ON K2P 2C4 CANADA

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