Creating Leaders of Change in Mongolia

On December 1, 2016 one hundred and twenty people gathered at the Thunderbird House in Winnipeg on invitation from the Manitoba Federal Policy and Planning Network – a group of Government of Canada employees responsible for development and implementation of policy and planning in their respective regional offices.  The federal network wanted to listen to the community and learn about current collaborative approaches and initiatives in Manitoba, to explore and understand ideas and paths to a transformed future, and to discuss possible next steps in collaboration with Indigenous organizations in Manitoba.

Launch of the New IPAC Volunteer / Consultant Database

IPAC is pleased to announce the launch of the new Volunteer / Consultant Database. This database will be used by IPAC to find individuals with the skills and experience needed for International and Domestic proposals and projects and to strengthen our relationship with our volunteers and consultants. IPAC works in Canada and in many developing … Continue reading Launch of the New IPAC Volunteer / Consultant Database