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Joint Economic Development Initiative

The Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI) is an Aboriginal not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting Aboriginal participation in New Brunswick's economy. JEDI began in 1995 as a tripartite partnership between Aboriginal communities in New Brunswick, the Government of Canada and the Government of New Brunswick. Since then, JEDI has worked closely with its partners from Aboriginal communities, organizations, government and the private sector to foster Aboriginal economic development in New Brunswick

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Indspire is an Indigenous-led registered charity that invests in the education of Indigenous people for the long term benefit of these individuals, their families and communities, and Canada.

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Three Nations Education Group Inc.

Three Nations Education Group Inc. (TNEGI) is a Mi'kmaq-Maliseet education organization dedicated to improving education outcomes of First Nations students through advocacy, professional and educational supports, and building meaningful partnerships.

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Maliseet Nation Conservation Council

Formed in 2004, the MNCC is a non- profit corporation created to increase the involvement of Maliseet people in the decision making processes in our traditional territory – the Saint John River watershed and Bay of Fundy. The Board of Directors for MNCC is comprised of the six Maliseet Chiefs in New Brunswick governing a staff of six full-time employees.

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The Assembly of First Nations' Chiefs in New Brunswick Inc.

Here you will find information related to the AFNCNB's business including policy statements, position papers, news releases, etc. The AFNCNB is a rights based organization mandated to protect and advance the implementation of existing Aboriginal and Treaty Rights for its member First Nations.

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Sistema New Brunswick

Sistema NB has verified the possibility of transformative social change through music and the orchestra. We have demonstrated that great art is for everyone and that it has the power to improve the lives of children and their families and enhance our society. We have shown that for children, an orchestra means joy, motivation, discipline, teamwork - that it builds confidence and self-esteem and that it is incredibly fun.

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