AHRDAAboriginal Human Resource Development Agreement (Canada)
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According to MNA's director of federal-provincial initiatives, Lorne Gladue, the AHRDA puts the responsibility for controlling and administering programs and obtaining results absolutely into the hands of the Metis Nation of Alberta.
Gladue said the MNA had plans and partnerships in place even before signing the new, five-year AHRDA.
MNA's Bruce Gladue is the only other person in the organization working full-time on the AHRDA, Lorne Gladue said, although they also use the resources of the labor market development unit and its project officer in Zone 4 (Edmonton).