Welcome to the beta site of Indigenous Watchdog

Thank- you for visiting Indigenous Watchdog – the Phase 1 launch of an online platform to deliver current, comprehensive and insightful information on critical Indigenous issues impacting First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action are the starting point for an exploration into a broad range of current events that are currently mesmerizing Canadians from coast-to-coast.

Indigenous Watchdog is your guide to what is working and what is not as the struggle for “reconciliation” shapes what Canada will become in the future.

Indigenous GroupsNational Advocacy Organization
First NationsWho are they? What is their territory? Who speaks for them?
Métis?Who are they? What is their territory? Who speaks for them?
Inuit?Who are they? What is their territory? Who speaks for them?

The following “Navigation Guide” will introduce you to the over-all organizational structure of Indigenous Watchdog and how to get around the site to find the answers to your questions.

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