Background Content: Urban Commitments to Reconciliation

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October 27, 2022

Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre in Halifax to receive $28.8 M in new federal investment to support expansion

Indigenous Services Canada: Indigenous Peoples living in, or moving to urban centres are one of the fastest growing populations in Canada. To meet their needs, Indigenous service organizations like Friendship Centres play a crucial role in ensuring First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples have safe and accessible spaces and to high-quality culturally-relevant services. The Mi’kmaw...

May 1, 2017

Urban Programming for Indigenous Peoples

Urban Programming for Indigenous Peoples (UPIP), implemented by Indigenous Services Canada (ISC), funds and supports activities that allow Indigenous organizations to serve clients, and to deliver effective culturally appropriate programs and services to urban Indigenous peoples as well as invest in local stakeholder coalitions across Canada. It also provides opportunities for greater federal coordination of...

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