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Read more about the article From Classroom to Kitchen: Winnipeg Youth Food Development Project Plans Fall and Winter Jam Collection
A new food sector entrepreneurship program is starting up this summer in Winnipeg, Manitoba. In the coming months, a small group of youth artists studying entrepreneurship with the non-profit organization Niriqatiginnga are designing, marketing and selling a special edition line of homemade jams for the fall and holiday season.

From Classroom to Kitchen: Winnipeg Youth Food Development Project Plans Fall and Winter Jam Collection

A new food sector entrepreneurship program is starting up this summer in Winnipeg, Manitoba. In the coming months, a small group of youth artists studying entrepreneurship with the non-profit organization Niriqatiginnga are designing, marketing and selling a special edition line of homemade jams for the fall and holiday season.

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Read more about the article Digital Greenhouse program leads to new Chamber of Commerce platform
Spring is almost here. Tony Eetak captured this beautiful photo yesterday near Arviat, Nunavut. This week the team has been discussing the use of AI for data literacy.

Digital Greenhouse program leads to new Chamber of Commerce platform

Youth, Artists and Volunteers from the Canada Council for the Arts-funded Digital Greenhouse program applied their skills to rejuvenating online presence for Kivalliq and Manitoba Arts and Culture​ programming.

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Canada strengthens its AI leadership with $2.4 billion investment

In a significant move geared towards strengthening Canada's workforce capabilities in artificial intelligence (AI), Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled a transformative $2.4 billion investment plan in Budget 2024. This strategic allocation underscores the government's dedication to empowering workers with AI skills, driving economic growth, and positioning Canada as a global leader in AI innovation.

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Permafrost Thaw, Infrastructure and Indigenous Communities: Lessons from Alaska

The Permafrost Pathways Project with the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. will present for Arctic Congress 2024. Part of the Defense Resiliency Platform Against Extreme Cold Weather, this presentation…

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Read more about the article Fusing the Arts and AI-Powered Data Literacy for Northern Nonprofit Capacity Building
Years ago, on past projects, youth created superhero characters to help promote healthy eating. This year, we're revisiting some of those old activities with the help of generative ai tools. It's a lot of fun!

Fusing the Arts and AI-Powered Data Literacy for Northern Nonprofit Capacity Building

There's a real need for enhancing data literacy and organizational capacity within Northern organizations and communities.

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