Technology Drives Indigenous Engagement

Features of economic inclusion and engagement network will drive hundreds of thousands of dollars in wages and salaries to Indigenous peoples enrolled in ILO program!

The online Indigenous Liaison Program and connectivity offered by Its Time for Change will provide economic opportunities for remote communities that otherwise would not be available to them.

Indigenous economic and social inclusion is a national, regional, and local priority!

Non -Indigenous business members, Members of Parliament, Members of Provincial and Territorial governments as well as Municipal leaders of the ITFC economic inclusion and engagement platform are seeking the assistance of Indigenous community-based liaison officers who can provide valuable insights on a broad range of issues.

The Its Time For Change economic inclusion network, is a holistic solution to building Indigenous economic capacity in Canada through collaborations, partnerships and the sharing of information. The network speaks to the emerging need of Canada’s business community to engage both Indigenous communities and Indigenous-owned businesses in a new era of economic growth and development.

Our multi-functional platform engages Canada’s Indigenous peoples, communities, and businesses creating an environment for success. Promoting, advocating, and supporting collaborations, partnerships and knowledge build capacity. Providing “job opportunities” to Indigenous people that could range from between two hours to two weeks to two years in a “work from home” environment will bolster local economies while providing a real solution to the business community who need advice and insight but are not ready to commit to full-time employment.

Indigenous economic inclusion needs to be the “new reality” is the topic of conversation in communities, conferences, and organizations across the country, so let’s make it a reality!

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The ITFC in platform facilitates short to long-term engagements from companies, government, organizations and pushes those opportunities back to our registered Indigenous Liaison Officers within the region the request is coming from. We can match the specific needs of companies regardless of their location with subject matter experts in over 75 different categories in over 700 different communities!

With a mandatory allocation of revenues from Seven generation membership option, the ITFC economic inclusion and engagement network will drive hundreds of thousands of dollars in engagement agreements across the country.

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Author's Bio: 

My name is Walter Deagle, I lived in Wolfville city of Nova Scotia province in Canada. I am working to provide a better world for the aboriginal peoples of Canada.