2010 Nunavut Economic Outlook: Nunavut's Second Chance
Documents & Presentations
Discusses the progress of Nunavut’s socio-economic and environmental performance based on its investments in wealth-generating capital by looking at demographic trends and developments in the areas of education, health, social well-being and income.
Reports responses of 319 individuals who were asked questions about family life, income nd employment, education, housing and homeless, public accommodation, harassment and violence, police interactions and prisons, health and identity documents.
2008 Survey Results.
Australian companies reported on initiatives such as employment, incorporating businesses into the supply chain, investing in education, building capacity in organizations, and educating workforce about history and cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Statistics on age, days of homelessness, stays in emergency shelters, length of residence in the city, reasons for coming to Saskatoon, causes of housing loss, sources of income, etc. Eighty-eight percent of those who were experiencing homelessness self-identified as being Indigenous.
National public opinion survey conducted online (in the provinces) and by telephone (in the Territories) with a representative sample of 5,732 Canadians (ages 18 and over), including 645 persons who identified themselves as Indigenous, between December 14, 2018 and January 16, 2019.
2022 Silas E. Halyk, QC Visiting Scholar in Advocacy Lecture: Presenter: Donald Worme
Media » Film and Video
First Nation lawyer discusses social justice advocacy for Indigenous peoples, how lawyers can best advocate those who are discriminated against in the civil and criminal justice system and the tools that are available to address judicial inequities.
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC)
Discusses several strategies: improve the economic and social well-being of Aboriginal people, develop healthier, more self-sufficient communities, and participate in Canada’s political, social and economic development.
"This document aims to capture the work and the learnings of the Aboriginal Capacity Café, a community-based event that gives youth an opportunity to speak their truth so that adults can learn about the experience of Aboriginal youth."
Aboriginal Children in Care Working Group: Report to Canada’s Premiers
Documents & Presentations
Aboriginal Children in Care Working Group
Highlights issues and challenges, and profiles promising practices under three themes: root causes of abuse and neglect, prevention and early intervention strategies, and supports for the child welfare workforce.