A Natan Obed opinion piece on why Canada needs an Indigenous human rights commission.
This special issue of Northern Public Affairs is intended to present a number of responses to the challenges of modern treaty implementation across Canada.
Indigenous Yukon leaders met to discuss how to pass on the spirit and intent of the Umbrella Final Agreement to future generations. The discussion centered around boiling down the 295 page Umbrella Final Agreement into a few pages focused on the principles.
Canada, British Columbia and Indigenous nations have signed four comprehensive land claim agreements with eight Indigenous nations along the coast of BC (Nisga’a Final Agreement, Tsawwassen First Nation Final Agreement, Maa-Nulth First Nations Final Agreement and the Tla’amin Final Agreement).
STATUS: Full-time Term March 31, 2021
The position will provide policy, logistical, project management and communications support to a Modern Treaty Implementation research project involving partners across Canada.
In this article, Natan Obed describes the process of funding Inuit self-determination and how funding is allocated within Inuit Nunangat.
February 27-28, 2019 the Grant Steering Committee and collaborators met in person to have a fulsome discussion of the findings to date of literature reviews, direction of the research, and overview of associated research by grant collaborators who will contribute to NPA or participate in the gran
For over 40 years, Indigenous peoples and Canada have been attempting to implement modern treaties. This special issue will contain peer reviewed articles, interviews, and journalistic, creative, and artistic perspectives on modern Treaty implementation in Canada.
The Nunavut Inuit Labour Force Analysis (NILFA), drafted by Employment and Social Development Canada with contributions from the Government of Nunavut and our project partners Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated, was recently released.