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Indigenous Boom

Indigenous Boom

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Indigenous Boom is the Atlantic Policy Congress's new podcast featuring conversations on Indigenous Health, Education and Economic Prosperity.
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Support and Understanding for Survivors: A Chat with Resolution Health Support Workers

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Support and Understanding for Survivors: A Chat with Resolution Health Support Workers
This episode explores the (RHSW) program at the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nation Chief Secretariat. Now more than ever, survivors in the community need support and understanding. Brenda Christie and Connie Francis are available to give that support to folks who need it across Atlantic Canada. Please visit www.apcfnc.ca for additional information on the program and contact information. Connie and Brenda can also be found on Facebook under Connie Francis and Brenda Christie. 
25:34
June 2, 2021
Safe and Clean Water for Atlantic First Nations Communities: A Chat with the Atlantic First Nations Water Authority
In this episode, we speak with the CEO and COO of the Atlantic First Nations Water Authority. We discuss the current state of water and wastewater management in communities, future projects, and issues around water in the Atlantic region. 
32:27
May 12, 2021
The Economic Cost of COVID-19: Interview with John G. Paul of the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat
In this episode, we speak with APC's Executive Director John G. Paul. We discuss Indigenous fisheries, the effects of COVID-19 on the fisheries and fisherman and the recent tension around the Marshall decision and the pursuit of a moderate livelihood. 
51:52
April 23, 2021
The Economic Cost of COVID-19: Interview with Mi'kmaq Printing & Design
In this episode, we speak to Mi'kmaq Printing & Design, a social enterprise working in Charlottetown, P.E.I. We spoke with Misiksk Jadia, IT and Digital Marketing Lead, about the business, how COVID-19 has affected them and what they are planning moving forward in 2021. 
17:14
April 13, 2021
The Economic Cost of COVID-19: Supporting the Recovery of Indigenous Firms and Communities Update with Fred Bergman
In this episode, we speak to the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council's, Fred Bergman to get an update on the COVID-19 recovery and support for Indigenous firms and communities in the Atlantic region.  Fred shares the details of the federal funding for Indigenous communities, next steps for the recovery of Atlantic Indigenous businesses and communities and much more. 
20:08
March 22, 2021
The Economic Cost of COVID-19: Interview with Matt Tapper, Ulnooweg's General Manager
In this episode, we speak to Ulnooweg's General Manager, Matt Tapper.  Matt shares the details of the funding opportunities that are available to Atlantic Canada's entrepreneurs and business folks.  He speaks on loan eligibility, viable businesses and new opportunities that are coming.  He clears up some misinformation about grant and loan programs. #covid19indigenous #atlanticindigenous #safefromcovid #ulnooweg
30:53
December 2, 2020
The Economic Cost of COVID-19: Supporting the recovery of Indigenous Firms and Communities with Fred Bergman, author
This is our 2nd episode in the series, The Economic Cost of Covid-19: Supporting the recovery of Indigenous Firms and Communities.  The author of this report, Fred Bergman talks about the findings, and what the next steps are for the recovery of Atlantic Indigenous businesses and communities. #covid19indigenous #atlanticindigenous #safefromcovid
27:51
December 2, 2020
The Economic Cost of COVID-19: Interview with APC's Vanessa Nevin
Indigenous Boom is the Atlantic Policy Congress's new podcast featuring conversations on Indigenous Health, Education and Economic Prosperity.  As we kick off, we decided to speak with APC's own Vanessa Nevin.  We discussed COVID-19,  and how the Atlantic Indigenous communities have prepared and reacted over the past few months. #covid19indigenous #atlanticindigenous #safefromcovid
26:33
October 29, 2020