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CESO in 2000-2001

2000-2001 witnesses a host of developments in CESO’s work with Canadian Indigenous groups.

CESO finalizes an agreement with the Government of Nunavut to provide a multi-year, multi-sector program aimed at capacity building within the territory.

The BC Métis Association elects a new Council this year, with CESO overseeing the election. A staggering 60 Volunteer Advisors participate in the project.





Did you Know?

By 2001, CESO had offices in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Sherbrooke.



In 2000, Clifford Moar replaced Susan Tatoosh as the chair of CESO’s Aboriginal Services Board.

The United Nations proclaimed 2001 as the International Year of Volunteers, which prompted CESO to give special recognition to its roster of over 3,600 volunteers.

2001 – A youth initiative on a reserve

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