Author: Ira Timothy

Employment Opportunity – Education Partnership Lead

Native American mom reads with her son under makeshift fort in living room. They have a stack of books they're working through. There's a stuffed teddy bear snuggled by the boy.
EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP LEAD The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians is inviting applications for an Education Partnership Lead.  Under the supervision of the AIAI Sr. Policy Advisor - Education, the Education Partnership Lead will be responsible for the coordination of the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians Education Partnership student success initiatives. The Education Partnershi...
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New video by Deputy Grand Chief Speaks on Governance

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AIAI is proud to bring to you a video featuring Deputy Grand Chief Gord Peters.  The video speaks on governance and responsibilities within our people and ask helps to dismiss a few stereotypes that people may have about our Indigenous people.  Please enjoy and feel free to contact us for more questions, comments or if you would like a copy of the video. Thank you
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September 30th is Orange Shirt Day

London, Ontario September 30th, 2019 – On September 30th a 13 year old Phyllis Webstad who was wearing a brand new orange shirt arrived at school but as it did not fit with harsh rules that were imposed on her it was ripped off of her and she was forced to wear a school uniform.  It was the beginning of a hell for her that lasted a year but, the effects stayed with her for a life time.  On Sept...
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There is an increase in the eye exam rate from $43.80 to $51.10. This new rate will take effect May 1, 2019 and will apply to eye exams occurring on or after this date.  There is also an increase/changes to the coverage for the purchase of prescription eyewear The Standard allowance for clients with single vision or bifocal prescriptions will be $275. The High index allowance will be $4...
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World Water Day Rally

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On March 22nd AIAI will be holding a special rally on World Water Day.  We want to spread awareness on how bottling companies are taking everyone's water and selling it back to us.  It damages the environment, steals from communities both environmentally and economically and they make billions while only giving back a small amount. We will be gathering at Victoria park at 11am on March 22nd, an...
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TERM CONTRACT – FN New Teacher Induction Program – Phase II

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS First Nation New Teacher Induction Program – Phase II Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians DESCRIPTION The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians (AIAI) is seeking proposals to fill a Term Consultant position for the AIAI Education Partnership Program (EPP). The project involves the development of a series of Teacher Training Modules which will include P...
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WAAWWIJI’IDIYAANG (Helping Each Other) Training

Native American mother and her mixed race baby boy enjoying a day in the nature
Topics will include HIV/AIDS, Harm Reduction, Hep C, TB, Substance Use, Cultural Teachings, Legal Issues, Impacts of Residential School … with opportunities to have meaningful discussions Please complete the registration form attached and send to the attention of: Elly Antone @ or by fax to 519-675-1053. Or by email to: WHO SHOULD REGISTER Community mem...
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On January 23 - 24th, 2019 the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians will be holding a Water Forum in Niagara Falls.  In addition to sharing valuable information on water concerns such as conservation, preservation, the future and more, A.I.A.I. will be holding a photo competition to promote community awareness on water concerns.  The theme of the contest will mirror that of the forum 'Water:...
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