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Indigenous Land Development Forum – Session #5

October 26, 2021The Indigenous Land Development Series is being hosted by the Saskatchewan Indigenous Economic Development Network (SIEDN), in partnership with the Government of Saskatchewan. Session #5 – Evaluating Opportunities and Conducting Due Diligence for the Best Use of Land

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Collaborate & Connect – Tourism Regina

November 3, 2021Collaborate & Connect is a great opportunity to come together and advance Regina’s vibrant Tourism industry. Hear experts speak on trends and best practices in the industry, exchange knowledge and help re-imagine Regina’s destination experience, reconnect with peers and hear success stories from local champions. It’s all right here.

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Finding Win-Wins: the when, where, and why of partnerships Webinar – Co-operatives First

November 17, 2021Partnerships can bring overworked and short-staffed economic development offices and officers a lot of value and capacity. But not all partnerships are of the same quality, and some can bring more headaches than they’re worth. Join us for an insightful discussion about when to seek out partners, what to look out for in a partnership, and why you might choose one partner over another.

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Kîhipa – Cree for hurry up

September 23, 2021 During a recent discussion on broadband in Saskatchewan, Milton Tootoosis had one word of advice – Kîhipa (key-pa), which is the Cree word for hurry up.
Milton did not elaborate, but it is worth exploring, why Kîhipa?

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