Background Content

Justice (25-42)

Final Report

December 14, 2018

Joint Final Presentation: Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee) / Cree Nation Government, Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay, Val-d’Or, “Quebec Public Inquiry Commission on Relations Between Indigenous peoples and certain public Services in Québec: Listening, Reconciliation and Progress”

Police and Justice

  • Decriminalize homeless Indigenous persons (1)
  • Attacking the housing crisis (3)
  • Coordination of Services (1)
  • Model of Police Serices: from repression to relationships (2)
  • Accountability: ending the culture of impunity (3)
  • Culture and training (1)
  • Support for Indigenous police forces (3)
  • Police complaints process (3)
  • Justice: additional recommendations (3)
  • Health and Social Services (5)
  • Enhance ciltural safety for Indigeous persons throughout the health and social services system (3)
  • Involve Indigenous communities in revison of healthcare legislation to recognize Indigenous values andd traditions (4)
  • Support the recruitment and training of Indigenous professionals in health and sociall services (1)
  • Bring specialized services, including obstetrics and dialysis, to the Indigenous communities, instead of sending patients outside (1)
  • Address language barriers for Indigenous persons in the health and social service system (1)