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The Dirty Dozen Interview Questions (Part I)

Interviews

Needless to say, we all want to succeed while being interviewed. Yet it seems no matter how much we prepare, we always come across at least one question that stumps us. This three-part series explores the 12 most commonly asked, commonly-feared interview questions - and gives you the tools to rock the socks off your interviewer!

By: Darryn DiFrancesco 14041 reads | 0 comments
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The Top 5 Last Minute Interview Tips You Really Need To Know

CSI Blog

You’ve done all you can do to prepare for that big interview. You’re professionally dressed, confident and ready to roll. Here are some last minute tips that will ensure you make the best impression possible. 

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[Indigenous Employer] Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC)

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Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) is dedicated to providing financial services to North American Indian, Inuit and Metis people through our Aboriginal Banking Team. Join this team of experts and you’ll bring the new skills and training we provide to help meet the changing and diverse needs of the people in your community.

By: admin 3747 reads | 0 comments
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[Indigenous Employer] Correctional Service Canada Careers

Correctional Service of Canada

More than just a job! Join our public safety team! At the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC), putting in a day’s work means helping to keep your community safe.

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Indigenous Stories: Duncan Mccue, CBC Reporter & Professor

Indigenous Career Journey Stories

"I could, and should, expose the sickness that plagues Canada after a century of ignoring the many facets of aboriginal experience. And it empowered me to confront the darkness that I’ve witnessed in our own communities – substance abuse, corruption, and prejudice." Learn more about Duncan's journey...

By: Duncan Mccue 4696 reads | 0 comments
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Indigenous Stories: Ann Seymour, Aboriginal Health Liaison Social Worker

Series

Never give up. No matter what anyone says? As I say to my kids: “Stand tall, shoulders back and walk proud. You have to beleive in yourself, because you can do it!"

By: Ann Seymour 3049 reads | 0 comments
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Indigenous Stories: Jordan Wapass, Capacity Development Initiatives Officer

Indigenous Career Journey Stories

Professor Hunter, my family (Uncle Kelly, Mom and Grandparents) have and have always had great confidence in me. This is where my strength comes from. Like most youth/students, there is a mixture of confusion, fear and excitement about what to do next.

By: Jordan Wapass 4643 reads | 0 comments
[FEATURE STORY]

Bruce Dumont: How to Become a Métis Politician

Indigenous Career Journey Stories

"We lived the Metis life as my father hunted and trapped when he wasn't
 working to keep the family fed. My mother tanned hides, did beautiful beadwork and made clothing and bedding. We danced to the fiddle and sang." 

By: Bruce Dumont 3144 reads | 0 comments
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Indigenous Stories: Rudy Riemer/Yumk, SFU Department of First Nations Studies and Archaeology

Squamish Nation

"I grew up in Squamish BC, learning from elders and knowledgeable community members about Squamish Nation culture.  Many of my fondest memories are walking to downtown with my grandpa, sitting at my grand uncles kitchen table and going up the river to fish. During these formative years I was always careful to listen to what they had to say." 

By: Rudy Riemer/Yumk 2222 reads | 0 comments
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Indigenous Stories: Bruce R. Dumont, Metis National Council Minister Responsible for Health

Cree

"My father was Cree and French and my mother Cree and Scot with both parents fluent in the Cree language. I come from a family of ten. We lived in poverty as Road Allowance Metis around Sundre, Alberta, after my parents left the Metis Settlement of Kikino, Alberta in 1943 with 4 children in tow. 

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By: Bruce R. Dumont 2697 reads | 0 comments
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