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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 Miykiwan Toolkit

    The Miykiwan Toolkit is a tool designed to share knowledge and raise awareness about the impacts of family violence.
  • Skills and Employment Training

    Funded through Employment and Social Development Canada, CAP’s employment programs and services provide Aboriginal Peoples the opportunity to gain the skills required to find employment and fill job gaps in sectors experiencing skills and labour shortages.
New Report confirms the need for a National Inquiry

STATISTICS CANADA REPORT CONFIRMS NEED FOR NATIONAL INQUIRY Indigenous peoples make up five per cent of the Canadian population — but nearly a quarter of its murder victims November 27, 2015 – On Wednesday, November 25, Statistics Canada released its homicide report for 2014. It was the first time the government agency included police-reported data on the aboriginal identity of those accused of homicide, as well as the victims. The results were, unfortunately, not surprising. In 2014, almost a quarter (117) of the 516 homicide victims in Canada were Indigenous people. The report stated that although the homicide rate in Canada has sunk to its lowest since 1966, the murder rate among Indigenous people was six times higher than that of non-Indigenous people. “We urge the Federal Government to work together with Indigenous Peoples to get to the root cause of this violence,” stated National Chief Dwight Dorey of the ...