We extend a warm Thank You to those who have acknowledged TeKnoWave with a word of support.
Prime Minister Paul Martin
Ethel Blondin-Andrew, Officer of the
Ministry State (Northern Development)
Bob Chiarelli 2004 Mayor of Ottawa
Maurice F. Strong, UN Under Secretary-General
Dr. Douglas J. Cardinal
“TeKnoWave is one of the most innovative and promising initiatives of Canada’s Indigenous Communities. Using the latest information technologies it will enable many more Indigenous people, particularly youth, to obtain the training and develop the skills that will expand their employment and economic opportunities. There can be no higher priority!”
— Hon. Maurice F. Strong P.C., C.C.
Under Secretary General and Special Advisor to the Secretary General
“Education is critical for our Aboriginal youth to develop both personally and professionally. TeKnoWave prepares our youth to become future leaders and builds stronger, more self-sufficient communities.”
President, Donna Cona Inc.
“The Council is proud to be a partner in TeKnoWave; an initiative that puts Aboriginal talent at the forefront of today’s technology, improving the lives of trainees as well as the employers and communities they serve.”
Kelly Lendsay, President
Aboriginal Human Resource Development Council of Canada
“The leadership path to Canada’s TeKnoWave… is the leadership path to Canada’s Prosperity.”
— Charles S. Coffey
Executive VP RBC Financial Group
- Minwaashin Lodge
- Wabano Centre
- Aboriginal Human Resources Council of Canada
- Assembly of First Nations
- Congress of Aboriginal Peoples
- Donna Cona Inc.
- Mohawk Internet Technologies
- Metis National Council
- OSWE:GE Inc.
- Macromedia – Web design and multimedia
- Microsoft – World’s leading software provider
- Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
- Alberta Native News
- Eastern Door
- First Perspective News
- The Hill Times
- Ottawa Citizen
- Wind Speaker