Coastal Zone Canada Conference
As Canada’s national conference for coastal zone management professionals, we invite you to participate in Coastal Zone Canada 2023 to your passion for advancing scientific and traditional knowledge, engineering, social and policy awareness and best practices of coastal zone management issues across Canada. This conference will emphasize the increasing importance of building a greater connection to the oceans and coastal zone environments as we address hazards associated with a changing climate and increasing development and resource pressures.
The Coastal Zone Canada 2023 conference hopes to attract significant interest and participation from Indigenous communities across the country. We have had many potential attendees reach out, asking about financial support to facilitate attendance. We are very pleased to announce that Naut’sa mawt Event Management, with support from the local organizing committee, has successfully applied for funding from Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada’s First Nation Adapt Program to support this outcome.
Indigenous people and/or employees of Indigenous governments, organizations and communities across Canada are eligible to be compensated for conference registration, travel, accommodation, food, and potentially other costs to attend CZC2023 in beautiful Victoria, B.C..
Funds are limited and compensation will be on a first-come first-served basis. If you have any questions about this funding opportunity, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested and eligible for funding, please complete the Google Form by May 7, 2023 using the button below: http://bit.ly/czc-ip
Sacred Journey would be honoured if you joined them at the Opening Ceremony of the Sacred Journey Travelling Exhibit at the Victoria Inner Harbour, May 04, 2023.
Sacred Journey Travelling Exhibit is an immersive experience celebrating the power of Tribal Canoe Journeys at the Victoria Inner Harbour. It will be on display on the ground floor of the Royal BC Museum in Clifford Carl Hall beginning May 5, 2023.