We respectfully acknowledge that we are on Treaty No. 8 Territory, the traditional meeting grounds and gathering places of our First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples.
Keyano is a Cree word roughly translated, means, “Sharing”.
Keyano College is a comprehensive community institution in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. Stretching from north-central Alberta to the borders of Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories, Wood Buffalo is one of the largest municipalities in Canada.
As a complement to the Indigenous Skills and Employment Training program, the Skills and Partnership Fund (SPF) is a project-based fund that supports partnerships between Indigenous organizations and industry employers to provide skills training for Indigenous peoples linked to economic opportunities at the local, regional, and national level.
A COR shows that the employer’s health and safety management system has been evaluated by a certified auditor and meets provincial standards. These standards are established by Occupational Health and Safety (OHS).
To get a COR, your business must first have a health and safety management system in place, and then have it successfully audited through a Certifying Partner.
If your business passes the audit, the Certifying Partner will jointly issue a COR with the Government of Alberta.
RBC is honoured to partner with First Nations University of Canada and Reconciliation Education to welcome and invite you to learn from the various Indigenous contributors involved in the creation of 4 Seasons of Reconciliation. This self-paced online program offers 10 modules on truth and reconciliation, which is available to all Canadians. Upon completion of the online course, you will be awarded a “Certificate of Completion” issued by First Nations University of Canada. These resources are the result of many years of work and much careful thought – ayâkwâmisiwin (in Cree).
RBC extends its gratitude to the Kêhtê-ayak Elders (Elder Council) and to all the contributors.