Statement on Kamloops Residential School
June 7, 2021
On May 27, 2021, the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation confirmed that the bodies of 215 Indigenous children were discovered in an unmarked mass grave at a former Kamloops, BC residential school.
CESO acquires CIRDI, a centre of expertise on natural resource governance
March 10, 2021
We're pleased to announce that on March 1, CESO acquired CIRDI (Canadian International Resources and Development Institute) from the University of British Columbia (UBC).
Virtual Tourism Mentorship in the Northwest Territories
August 13, 2020
As the Government of the Northwest Territories, Department of Industry, Tourism, and Investment (ITI) continues to…
CESO grows businesses with young Indigenous entrepreneurs
March 25, 2019
Click here for printable PDF version of the press release March 25, 2019…
Events to promote Canada’s development work
January 24, 2019
Please join us in Toronto and Montreal during International Development Week
CESO Country Representative in Ivory Coast Featured in Local Newspaper
Dominique Mane, CESO’s Country Representative in Ivory Coast, was featured in Source Info.
CESO Featured in The Globe and Mail for International Women’s Day
We’re delighted to be featured in The Globe and Mail in celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8, 2021.
CESO in The Globe and Mail
We’re delighted to be included in The Globe and Mail’s Positive Change Through Giving feature…
Curating Something New at the Casa de la Cultura
In February 2020, I completed a two-week assignment with the Casa de la Cultura in…
CESO Advisor Jacques Latulippe Featured in La Tribune
We’re delighted that CESO Advisor Jacques Latulippe of Sherbrooke, Quebec was featured in La Tribune in…