What’s New in Indigenous Watchdog: 216 new entries: Nov. 1 – Nov. 30, 2023


69 Positive Actions vs 113 Negative Actions

Calls to Action (C2A) Status: December 1, 2023

Not StartedStalledIn ProgressComplete
15204613
16.0%21.3%48.9%13.8%
StatusLegacy Calls to Action
(1-42) + 50-52, 62-65
Reconciliation Calls to Action
(43-94)
Not Started2, 9, 10, 26, 34, 42, 51, 52, 6445, 46, 47, 55, 56, 89
Stalled6, 8, 12, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 29, 30, 3558, 62, 71, 77, 78, 87, 92, 93
Complete13, 15, 4149, 59, 67, 68, 70, 80, 83, 84, 85, 94

Legacy Calls to Action include “Equity for Aboriginal People in the Legal System” (50-52) and “Education for Reconciliation (62-65) in order to keep all “Justice” and “Education” Calls to Action in one location

See also “Perspectives” post for a complete 6-page colour-coded Status Updates document summarizing all 94 Calls to Action

Indigenous Watchdog Updates

The following presents a year-to-date statistical snapshot of stakeholder actions across ALL themes that are either advancing reconciliation (Legacy and Reconciliation C2As and Government Commitments) or creating roadblocks (Current Problems)

SectionJan30Feb 28Mar 31Apr. 30May 31June 30July 31Aug 31Sept 31Oct 31Nov 31YTD
Current Reality4134242122429
Current Problems588311487837696988495113987
Legacy C2As2620332730382439162219294
Reconciliation C2As31121911161716161117148
Govt. Commitments32549131611151313104
Other Issues13161023151851320133
Background Content3136443630177
Total1071331861541501651862011821922161,872
Indigenous Success Stories953713115874779

Notes:

  • Current Reality includes ALL 94 Calls to Action and Other Issues
  • Legacy C2As, Reconciliation C2As, Government Commitments and Other Issues represent positive steps that are advancing reconciliation
  • Current Problems includes all those in “Calls to Action” plus “Other Issues” and “Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation
  • “Other Issues” presents information on Drinking Water Advisories, Food Insecurity, Suicide Prevention, Urban Commitments to Reconciliation, Housing, Environment and Treaties and Land Claims
  • Background Content provides additional context for Calls to Action and/or Themes
  • Multiple entries for on an “Action or Commitment” or “Current Problem” have only been counted once

Current Reality Updates

DateThemeDescription
Nov. 3JusticeOffice of Correctional Investigator calls for the devolution of correctional power to Indigenous people to address worsening rates of over-representation.
Nov. 23Child WelfareFederal government invests $807M for Jordan’ s Principle as part of the 2023 Fall Economic Statement
Nov. 23Drinking WaterThe Fall Economic Statement from the federal government allocated $1.5B to ensure access to safe drinking water and treated wastewater in First Nations communities
Nov. 30National CouncilBill C-29 “National Council for Reconciliation Act” has passed Third Reading in the Senate as amended
Government Commitments
Actions and Commitments
Current Problems
Background Content
Indigenous Success Stories
 

Government Commitments

Home Page: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation: Government Commitments
2023/11/24 Another First Nation, another deal, despite Indigenous anger
2023/11/23 Louis Riel is about to be declared the first premier of Manitoba 
2023/11/20 Second meeting between leaders of national Indigenous organizations and federal, provincial and territorial ministers of Indigenous Affairs concludes in Ottawa
2023/11/18 Indigenous leaders hopeful as Manitoba Premier Kinew takes on reconciliation portfolio
2023/11/16 Leaders honour legacy of Louis Riel on 138th anniversary of his death
2023/11/16 Statement by the Prime Minister on Louis Riel Day
2023/11/16 Anishinaabe community in Quebec set to finally get electricity
2023/11/14 Celebrate Métis culture and history: Minister Wilson
2023/11/10 Government of Yukon launches five-year Innovation Strategy to grow innovation, drive investment and diversify the economy
2023/11/09 NWT Poll Shows Major Support for Northern Stewardship and Other Outcomes of the NWT PFP Initiative
2023/11/02 B.C., First Nations leaders gather to advance relationships
2023/11/02 Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corporation’s loan guarantee capacity to increase to $3 billion
2023/11/01 'Listen to us,' says residential school survivor as N.L. premier begins apologies in Labrador
 
Home Page: Drinking Water Advisories: Other Issues
2023/11/24 New federal water legislation aims to do better on Indigenous rights
 
Home Page: Environment: Other Issues
2023/11/29 Salmon parks’ in traditional First Nations territory aim to save habitats by stopping old-growth logging
2023/11/15 B.C. prioritizing ecosystem health, biodiversity
2023/11/14 Government of Canada launches the Indigenous Leadership Fund to support First Nations, Inuit, and Métis climate action
2023/11/03 A billion dollars for nature in B.C. as long-awaited agreement is signed
2023/11/03 Government of Canada, British Columbia and the First Nations Leadership Council sign a historic tripartite nature conservation framework agreement
 
Home Page: Housing: Other Issues
2023/11/22 Renovating and repairing affordable housing units
2023/11/17 Affordable homes open near Central Saanich for Indigenous people
2023/11/06 Canada supports 103 new affordable homes in Vancouver
2023/11/03 Montreal organization moves ahead with permanent location for emergency shelter
2023/11/03 The Government of Canada supports Indigenous-led programs to help end Indigenous homelessness in Edmonton through the Red Road Healing Society
 
Home Page: Suicide Prevention: Other Issues
2023/11/30 Canada’s new 988 suicide-prevention helpline starts today. Here’s what you need to know
2023/11/22 Second Dialogue for Life conference of the year emphasizes culture and healing 
 
Home Page: Treaties and Land Claims: Other Issues
2023/11/23 Saskatchewan to stop holding back income assistance from First Nations people who receive settlement payments
2023/11/15 Canada takes steps to rectify land grab for Pacific Rim park with coastal First Nation 
2023/11/10 Leq'á:mel First Nation and Government of Canada reach agreement to right historic wrong
2023/11/02 Quebec judge rules Kanien'kehá:ka have treaty rights to trade tobacco
2023/11/02 BREAKING: $10B RHT annuities settlement approved
2023/11/01 Pine Creek First Nation reaches $200 million treaty settlement
 
Home Page: Urban Commitments to Reconciliation: Other Issues
2023/11/29 County developing Indigenous Relations Strategy
2023/11/17 Hamilton council hoped for 'fresh start' with Indigenous community. Leaders reflect on gains, 1 year later
2023/11/17 Statement from Premier Pillai and Minister McPhee on downtown Whitehorse community safety
 

Actions and Commitments

Call to Action # 13: Language and Culture (13-17)
2023/11/22 Significance of saving endangered language isn’t lost on Kaska’s last speakers
2023/11/04 Plan for Yukon First Nations language education hopes to spark students’ striving for fluency
 
Call to Action # 14: Language and Culture (13-17)
2023/11/16 Province reveals replacements for 2 N.B. place names containing racial slur
 
Call to Action # 18: Health (18-24)
2023/11/21 People in Rutland will have increased health-care access
2023/11/20 GN to pay thousands in bonuses to keep health-care workers
2023/11/10 Refocusing on patient-centred care
2023/11/07 Ontario Connecting Northern and Rural Communities to Critical Care
 
Call to Action # 21: Health (18-24)
2023/11/21 Nunavut’s Health minister expresses optimism over Aqqusariaq treatment centre
2023/11/16 Canada and Sc’ianew First Nation to launch the construction of a Community Cultural Centre at Spirit Bay
 
Call to Action # 22: Health (18-24)
2023/11/16 CancerCare Manitoba launches new Indigenous Community Profiles website
2023/11/07 Penticton Indian Band celebrates the grand opening of Snxastwilxtn Recovery House 
 
Call to Action # 24: Health (18-24)
2023/11/29 CASN Releases New Strategic Plan and Identifies Changes Needed to Ensure Quality Nursing Education in the Future
 
Call to Action # 30: Justice (25-42)
2023/11/02 Office of the Correctional Investigator Annual Report 2022-2023
 
Call to Action # 40: Justice (25-42)
2023/11/09 New Quebec guide aims to better support Indigenous victims of crime
 
Call to Action # 41: Justice (25-42)
2023/11/30 1st on-reserve women's shelter in New Brunswick to open in the new year
2023/11/27 Statement from Minister McLean on the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence
2023/11/16 Comments on Sundre, Alberta man being charged in the 1976 homicide of 16- year-old Pauline Brazeau
 
Call to Action # 42: Justice (25-42)
2023/11/01 ‘Beat them at their own game’: Indigenous Justice Centres aim to dismantle colonial law
 
Call to Action # 43: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (43-44)
2023/11/27 QUEBEC COURT FINDS UNDRIP BINDING AND A UNIVERSAL ABORIGINAL RIGHT TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
Call to Action # 69: Museums and Archives (67-70)
2023/11/24 Libraries open the door to Indigenous arts and culture
 
Home Page: Missing Children and Burial Information (71-76): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/11/26 Special interlocutor ‘waiting’ for MP bill criminalizing residential school denialism
 
Call to Action # 80: Commemoration (79-83)
2023/11/27 Manitoba introduces bill to make Orange Shirt Day a stat holiday
 
Call to Action # 92: Business and Reconciliation (92)
2023/11/30 Clearwater Seafoods Achieves Fish Crew Certification for Canadian Vessel Fleet
2023/11/27 Canada Infrastructure Bank launches new Indigenous Equity Initiative
2023/11/24 Indigenous student says Manitoba business council's education awards make a difference
2023/11/23 The Robust Indigenous Economy Makes Economic Reconciliation an Urgent Business Imperative
2023/11/20 Hydro One with the support of nine First Nations partners submits its final Environmental Assessment Report for the Waasigan Transmission Line
2023/11/20 Government of Canada launches new Tourism Growth Program
2023/11/20 A step towards Indigenous reconciliation and economic independence
2023/11/17 Ontario Investing in Free Training for Racialized and Indigenous Entrepreneurs
2023/11/15 Applications now open for funding to support economic development opportunities for Indigenous entrepreneurs and businesses
2023/11/15 BMO and Université Laval Partner to Create a University Program for Young Indigenous Leaders
2023/11/09 Strengthening rural Alberta
2023/11/09 Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business announces a more than $3.4 million, multi-year funding agreement with Indigenous Services Canada
 

Current Problems

Home Page: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation: Government Commitments
2023/11/30 Women and Indigenous Peoples left ‘out in the cold’ by Ottawa, say critics 
2023/11/30 Minister blames 'misconceptions' for concerns over Métis self-government bill
2023/11/23 Métis National Council president tells MPs self-government bill must pass
2023/11/23 Assembly of First Nations Responds to Federal Government’s Fall Economic Statement
2023/11/21 Nunatsiavut government withdraws from Furey's Indigenous roundtable
2023/11/16 MKO Calls on Canada’s Justice Minister to Investigate the Indian Residential Schools System as a Crime Against Humanity
2023/11/15 ‘We’ve been accused of being Métis deniers’: Trudeau government’s proposed law pits First Nations against Ontario Métis
2023/11/10 Congress of Aboriginal Peoples accuses Inuit leader of lateral violence against Labrador group
2023/11/09 Métis and Innu nations back Inuit leader in Labrador identity dispute
2023/11/09 2 years after promised review of discrimination complaints, CIRNAC, ISC won’t say if it’s done
2023/11/08 Manitoba Métis leaders warn MPs against legislation recognizing Métis Nation of Ontario
2023/11/08 Report claims to disprove evidence of Métis community in the Sault
2023/11/07 Bill to recognize certain Métis governments, ‘not controversial’ says MN-S president
2023/11/06 Indigenous Services won't say if feds are on track to meet 2030 infrastructure pledge
2023/11/06 Inuit leader warns of Labrador group's 'illegitimate claims' to Inuit identity
2023/11/02 Protecting Human Rights Defenders Globally: Does Canada Mean Business?
2023/11/01 Cabinet shuffle poses challenges for advancing Inuit priorities, ITK president says
 
Home Page: Child Welfare (1-5): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/11/29 Office of child and youth advocate reports 81 total deaths in 2022-'23
2023/11/28 Death of Indigenous boy at hands of mother, stepfather raises concerns about welfare agency
2023/11/27 Treaty 8 chiefs suing Alberta, Canada over stolen children’s special allowance benefit
2023/11/22 First Nations Children in Quebec Deserve Better
2023/11/20 BC Granted ‘Limited’ Status in Human Rights Inquiry
2023/11/16 Off-reserve Indigenous children say they’ve been ‘forgotten’ by federal government, seek compensation over child-welfare system
2023/11/14 Blackstock sees 'imbalance' between $55M lawyers' bill, welfare victims' compensation
2023/11/10 Indigenous mom’s discrimination payout hangs in the balance at B.C. Supreme Court
2023/11/09 Why Are Ministry Child Welfare Workers in BC Exempt from External Oversight?
2023/11/07 Cree mother, whose newborn was apprehended, says social worker told her to ‘stop wailing’
2023/11/02 MLA presses for more youth shelters in Nunavut
 
Home Page: Education (6-12): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/11/30 Buffy Sainte-Marie's claims of Cree ancestry and birth on Sask. First Nation removed from her website
2023/11/23 Self-proclaimed Métis group sparks debate with shop opening in Ottawa
2023/11/23 Buffy Sainte-Marie pushes back against CBC investigation contradicting claims to Indigenous ancestry
2023/11/09 ‘Some of our greatest heroes died alone’: Indigenous Veterans Day takes steps towards reconciliation
2023/11/08 What’s the Point of “Pretendian” Investigations?
2023/11/06 Anishinabek Nation kicks off Treaties Recognition Week with new public education resource
 
Home Page: Language and Culture (13-17): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/11/29 Indigenous arts leaders sign open letter in support of Wanda Nanibush after departure from AGO
2023/11/20 Case of U.S. man caught with walrus tusk statue in his trunk reveals the debate over Inuit art exports
2023/11/09 Indigenous language advocates ask if universities are doing enough for language revitalization
 
Home Page: Health (18-24): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/11/28 Global Ozempic shortage affects First Nations people with diabetes
2023/11/23 Opioid-Related Toxicity and Deaths Continue to Rise among First Nations in Ontario
2023/11/23 Prince Albert Grand Council calls for help after study finds high levels of cocaine, crystal meth in waste water
2023/11/17 Treaty 6 nations tell Alberta it needs to consult before changing health-care system
2023/11/16 First Nations adults with disabilities living on reserve lack equal access to services, report finds
2023/11/15 Record-breaking year looms for drug toxicity deaths in Saskatchewan: coroners service report
2023/11/14 'Unbearable' hurt as Fort McPherson, N.W.T., sees 5 deaths in 1 week
2023/11/07 Trip south for medical treatment takes young Inuk mother away from her Grise Fiord community for a month
2023/11/01 Advocates say Calgary shelter no longer run by Indigenous women
2023/11/01 Colonialism remains a health risk, MPP says
 
Home Page: Justice (25-42): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/11/30 Woman arrested during Wet'suwet'en pipeline blockade found not guilty
2023/11/29 Sacred fire lit for mothers killed in Sunday’s shooting in Winnipeg
2023/11/28 Family of sisters killed in Langside Street shooting has seen 'a lot of death,' chief says
2023/11/27 'This justice system is failing our people': Report meant to help Indigenous people in court often causes harm
2023/11/24 Alternative exists to RCMP investigating historical claims of abuse, tribunal hears
2023/11/24 'Significant delays' will impact completion of RCMP C-IRG probe, review agency says
2023/11/17 Fate of Yukon’s safe communities law in the hands of judge
2023/11/17 Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation charts path forward on safety amid state of emergency
2023/11/14 'So much work to do': Indigenous women vastly overrepresented in federal penitentiaries and provincial jails in Sask.
2023/11/13 Disturbing reality about our prisons
2023/11/09 Video of alleged police assault of Mohawk man raises questions about delay in watchdog's probe
2023/11/08 What do we know about Mashkode Bizhiki'ikwe? Details still scarce as her alleged killer is in court
2023/11/08 Tragedy, and a Search for Answers on Sai’kuz First Nation
2023/11/08 Yukon judge hands ex-priest 3 year sentence for sexual abuses against First Nations boys
2023/11/07 Feds say Indigenous staff have no right to sue over alleged racism, toxicity at oil and gas agency
2023/11/07 Woman from First Nation in B.C. along Highway of Tears found dead
2023/11/06 Video shows unarmed man beaten and tasered by OPP officers
2023/11/04 RCMP rejects majority of complaints it's reviewed against B.C. unit that polices resource protests
2023/11/03 Saik'uz First Nation calls for help after 2 people disappear in matter of months
2023/11/02 'A national travesty:' Prison watchdog urges reform to tackle Indigenous over-incarceration
2023/11/02 Correctional Investigator Releases Updated Findings on the State of Indigenous Corrections in Canada: National Indigenous Organizations Issue Statements of Support
2023/11/02 'Where was his help?' Loved ones of man who died in police custody on Sherbrook Street call for answers
2023/11/01 Office of the Correctional Investigator Annual Report 2022-2023: Recommendations
 
Call to Action # 40: Justice (25-42)
2023/11/15 Nipissing researchers receive national funding to examine supports for Indigenous survivors of sexual assault
 
Home Page: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (43-44): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/11/02 First Nations leaders voice frustration over slow pace of change since B.C. passed UNDRIP-based rights act
 
Home Page: Youth Programs (66): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/11/15 New Senate report highlights youth leaders’ calls to improve Indigenous education
 
Home Page: Museums and Archives (67-70): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/11/30 Are Canada's museums honouring their promises to Indigenize and decolonize?
 
Home Page: Missing Children and Burial Information (71-76): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/11/30 P.E.I. councillor suspended, fined $500 for posting anti-Indigenous sign
2023/11/29 After concerns, Ottawa pauses work on $2M contract for help on unmarked graves
2023/11/28 Educate or prosecute? Two Anishnaabe weigh in on how to deal with residential school deniers
2023/11/21 Judge orders McGill, SQI to comply with deal on unmarked grave search at former hospital
2023/11/07 Senate Committee provides little pushback on Catholic representatives over residential school documents
 
Home Page: Business and Reconciliation (92): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/11/15 Plugging the gaps in the Indigenous electric highway 
2023/11/15 Proof Point: Closing Canada’s infrastructure gap could boost Indigenous output by up to 17%
2023/11/07 First Nations from B.C. in Ottawa to lobby feds to close fish farms on west coast
 
Home Page: Environment: Other Issues
2023/11/30 Chiefs of Ontario ask for judicial review of carbon price regime
2023/11/30 Environmental Health study finds high levels of benzene at Aamjiwnaang First Nation, south Sarnia
2023/11/29 Caribou numbers will decline as long as Nunavut goes without land use plan says former premier
2023/11/29 Balancing Indigenous perspectives and international policies at COP28
2023/11/28 First Nations group says environmental impacts of B.C. salmon fish farm industry overstated
2023/11/24 Federal committee forces another round of Kearl questions on Alberta Energy Regulator
2023/11/24 Third Imperial Oil infraction raises Indigenous communities’ environmental alarm bells
2023/11/24 Canada’s Use of 1977 Pipeline Treaty to Block Recent U.S. Line 5 Shutdown Order Is Violating Indigenous Rights
2023/11/21 Scant investments in wildfire prevention in fall economic update
2023/11/21 Living and breathing with wildfire smoke
2023/11/14 Act not react: Multiple audits advised feds to help First Nations before wildfires hit
2023/11/10 ‘We can’t be on the ice safely’: Inuit hunters say climate change is changing their lives
 
Home Page: Housing: Other Issues
2023/11/30 APTN National News podcast pushes past the stigmas to amplify the voices of people experiencing homelessness in Winnipeg
2023/11/30 AHMA Position Statement: Recognizing Urban, Rural and Northern Indigenous Housing Need and a Call for Equitable Funding
2023/11/28 FNLC Calls on BC to Defer Amendments to Bill 45; Urges a Human Rights Approach to Encampment Legislation 
2023/11/27 Poor Inuit housing 'direct result of colonialism': federal housing advocate
2023/11/24 Ontario coroner investigating death of woman at homeless camp in Cornwall
 
Home Page: Suicide Prevention: Other Issues
2023/11/15 Nunavut MLA renews calls to declare territorial suicide emergency
 
Home Page: Treaties and Land Claims: Other Issues
2023/11/30 Indigenous Rights and Marine Spaces: Case Comment on Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation; First Peoples Law Report
2023/11/29 Sayona Mining Must Equitably Share with Indigenous Peoples
2023/11/29 SON asking Supreme Court to weigh in on Bruce Peninsula claim
2023/11/27 Cat Lake First Nation is ready to take on Doug Ford’s government over unsustainable mining development
2023/11/27 Nova Scotia lobster fishing season opens amid tensions between Indigenous leaders and Ottawa
2023/11/27 First Nation in Yukon says its ‘disheartening’ that territory appealed ruling on Beaver River Watershed
2023/11/24 Mi’kmaq fishers say feds aren’t listening to their concerns about safety
2023/11/24 Mining Development: The AFNQL Joins Its Voice to those of the Abitibiwinni and Lac Simon First Nations
2023/11/22 Indigenous rights collide with $35B Western Canada pipeline expansion
2023/11/21 Sask. First Nations call on province, feds to rescind policy that withholds income assistance for recipients
2023/11/16 Métis in N.W.T. still waiting for apology, compensation for loss of hunting rights
2023/11/09 Supreme Court of Canada hears case on broken treaty promises with up to $126-billion award on the line
2023/11/08 Dakota Tipi First Nation sues federal government for $475M, alleges Manitoba air base built on unceded land
2023/11/08 Disagreement among Treaty 8 nations create more uncertainty for B.C. natural gas industry
2023/11/07 Robinson Huron First Nations disappointed with Ontario’s appeal of Robinson Huron Treaty annuities case
2023/11/07 Supreme Court of Canada hears Ontario's appeal of landmark Robinson Huron treaty annuities case
2023/11/02 Treaty Rights at the Supreme Court of Canada: Restoule Appeal: First People's Law Report
2023/11/01 Saugeen Ojibway Nation raises concerns about Metis rights in territory
 
Home Page: Urban Commitments to Reconciliation: Other Issues
2023/11/22 National Association of Friendship Centres Responds to Federal Economic Statement: An Economy that Works for Everyone must include Urban Indigenous People
 

Background Content

Home Page: Education (6-12): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/11/29 While some Indigenous people rally for Palestinians, others say it's not a struggle against colonialism
2023/11/25 Fighting myth with myth
2023/11/21 High Arctic relocation in the ‘50s still lingers with Inuit Elders
2023/11/08 A lasting legacy: 70 years advocating for Kanien’kehá:ka veterans
2023/11/02 ‘Times have changed’: Indigenous harvest brings two nations together
 
Home Page: Language and Culture (13-17): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/11/29 Qualicum First Nation celebrated for the official reawakening of their pentl’ach language
2023/11/29 Indigenous non-profit buying land near site of former First Nation village on Salt Spring Island
2023/11/27 Naming streets and buildings with Indigenous languages an act of reconciliation: activists
2023/11/26 Wolastoqey first, English second: Kehkimin launches new curriculum
2023/11/18 Hundreds expected in Fredericton for weekend conference on Wabanaki languages
2023/11/04 Alter ego speaks: Kent Monkman’s Miss Chief Eagle Testickle gets two memoirs
 
Home Page: Health (18-24): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/11/24 SCO Launches 16 Days of Activism Campaign
2023/11/22 Indigenous Primary Health Care Council (IPHCC) celebrates 25 years of advancing Indigenous health equity in Ontario
2023/11/15 Bison roam on Pelican Lake First Nation again thanks to act of reconciliation
2023/11/14 SCO Launches Next Phase of Harm Reduction Education and Awareness Campaign
 
Home Page: Justice (25-42): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/11/03 CHRC concerned by findings of into overrepresentation of Indigenous people in prison
 
Home Page: Business and Reconciliation (92): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/11/27 First Nation leader provides Mi’kmaw worldview of economic reconciliation
2023/11/27 Panel on capitalization of the Indigenous economy encourages taking time to get it right
2023/11/25 Indigenous economy surging toward $100B, Indigenous leaders say
2023/11/17 Indigenous-led organizations in Canada, Australia sign MOU
2023/11/09 First Nations-led renewable energy organization is a historic move for BC
 
Home Page: Environment: Other Issues
2023/11/30 Indigenous leadership must play a key role in Canada’s climate goals
2023/11/21 Indigenous Climate Action To Defend Indigenous Rights at UN Climate Conference COP28 in Dubai
2023/11/03 Cree Nation Government reacts to Hydro-Québec’s Action Plan 2035 – Towards a Decarbonized and Prosperous Québec
2023/11/01 National Poll Finds Strong Public Support for Indigenous Guardians
 
Home Page: Housing: Other Issues
2023/11/09 Affordable housing conference explores Indigenous housing justice
 
Home Page: Treaties and Land Claims: Other Issues
2023/11/19 Natural allies’: Why some Indigenous advocates, Palestinians feel connected
2023/11/11 With a canoe ride down the Grand River in Ontario, these paddlers bring a 400-year-old treaty to life
2023/11/08 While most of us have heard reference to the ‘Williams Treaties’ – how many of us actually know much about what they are and how they came to be?
 
Home Page: Urban Commitments to Reconciliation: Other Issues
2023/11/27 National Association of Friendship Centres hosts its second annual Urban Indigenous Summit
2023/11/10 Plans for Naawi-Oodena, major redevelopment of former Kapyong barracks, winding through Winnipeg city hall
 

Indigenous Success Stories

Home Page: Government Commitments to Reconciliation: Legacy Calls to Action
2023/11/15 Métis Nation of Ontario marks Louis Riel Day
 
Home Page: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation: Government Commitments
2023/11/17 The making of Premier Wab Kinew
 
Home Page: Language and Culture (13-17): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/11/20 Documentary about Buffy Sainte-Marie wins International Emmy Award
2023/11/19 Sobey Award winner Kablusiak’s art is imbued with humour and explores community ties within the Inuit diaspora
 
Home Page: Sports and Reconciliation (87-91): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/11/16 Tributes pile in for Cree player, coach and hockey champion Charly Washipabano
2023/11/09 B.C. lacrosse coach captures National Indigenous Coaching Award
 
Home Page: Environment: Other Issues
2023/11/07 New guide shows an Indigenous-led energy shift

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