Download podcasts from Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) to hear interviews with key players involved with Aboriginal issues, interesting stories related to Aboriginal peoples and their communities and AANDC’s work.
List of podcasts available:
|Managing the Science of the North – A Podcast with Tanuja Kulkarni, IPY Science Manager
Overseeing Canadian scientists working on IPY projects, Tanuja Kulkarni, IPY Science Manager for Canada’s Science Taskforce demonstrates that IPY has contributed to the development of a more complete scientific understanding of the North that can be applied to address issues related to the environment and human health.
|Promoting Clean Water and Community Development in First Nation Communities
Waterkeepers is an interactive learning tool that helps students become certified as water operators for small community water systems. For Aboriginal water operators, this means being able to provide clean and safe drinking water for their communities.
|Aboriginal Businesses and Economic Growth
Clint Davis, the President and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB), speaks about the 2011 Aboriginal Entrepreneurs Conference and Tradeshow and the opportunities for Aboriginal entrepreneurs in this changing economic climate.
|Aboriginal Woman Acts Globally
Chief Baird's interest in Aboriginal issues goes well beyond the limits of her community.
|Jessie Hemphill: A Leader in Community Planning
A self-described "accidental community planner," she started her CCP work with Gwa'sala-'Nakwaxda'xw Nation in 2008.
|Chief Littlechild: Making a Difference Here and Abroad
Since becoming a lawyer and starting his own law firm, Chief Littlechild has been a strong advocate for the rights of Indigenous Peoples and promoter of implementation of the Treaties between the Indigenous Peoples of Canada and the Crown.
|Greater Economic Growth for Aboriginal Peoples
Derek Burleton, Vice President and Deputy Chief Economist for TD Bank Financial Group, speaks about economic trends now taking place among Canada's aboriginal population.
A podcast is a digital multimedia file made available on the Internet for download to a computer or a portable media player such as an iPod, a Blackberry, or similar devices.