Government Commitments: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation

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February 6, 2024

Métis Nations, federal ministers sit for a bilateral mechanism meeting to hash out relationship, priorities

“The co-development principles are so incredibly important because it creates an understanding of how we want the relationship between Canada and the Métis Nation to look.” —Métis National Council President Cassidy Caron Métis National Council President Cassidy Caron and Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Gary Anandasangaree. Updated Feb. 6 with clarification on the co-development principles. Legislation...

February 1, 2024

Métis Nation Leaders and Cabinet Ministers agree to co-development principles and advance shared priorities to make life better for Métis

NationTalk: Ottawa: Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada – Leadership from across the Métis Nation met with federal Cabinet Ministers on January 31 in Ottawa to drive progress on shared priorities, including economic development, education, health, justice, and policing. These are priority areas under the Canada-Métis Nation Accord, which was signed in 2017, and has...

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