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  • Daniels Legal Case

    A committed and passionate defender of Aboriginal rights, Harry helped launch the case of Daniels v. Canada in court.


  • The Indigenous Voice Vol: 2 # 1

    The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) is pleased to present the first edition of The Indigenous Voice for 2018.
    This magazine is dedicated to key Indigenous addressing issues and celebrating the achievements of CAP’s constituency: off-reserve Status & Non-Status Indians, Métis, and the Inuit of Southern Labrador.
    This current issue focuses on the Daniels Decision: What Is it and What Does It Mean To You?
    In addition, the magazine looks at CAP’s innovative violence prevention initiative Walking In Her Moccasins, CAP’s priorities for 2018, early learning and childcare engagement, CAP’s early support of Indigenous music, in addition to other key topics.
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December 11, 2017 (Ottawa, ON) – National Chief Robert Bertrand of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) expresses his disappointment that the Federal Government has again elected to exclude CAP from its place at the table at today’s Federal-Provincial-Territorial Ministers Meeting on Human Rights. Three of the National Indigenous Organizations, the AFN, MNC, and ITK, will be meeting earlier with FPT Ministers for a full hour while CAP is being relegated to a separate session and only given a short duration of time with government representatives. National Chief Bertrand will be speaking at this meeting which taking place at the Hilton Lac-Leamy in Gatineau, QC.
“It is welcome news that the federal, provincial and territorial governments have made a collective decision to meet and address human rights priorities for the first time in almost thirty years”, says National Chief Bertrand. “However …

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