April 22, 2015 – Ottawa, ON – Responding to yesterday’s release of the federal government’s 2015-16 budget, Congress of Aboriginal Peoples National Chief Betty Ann Lavallée called it “a disappointment”. “They took note of the growing importance of Aboriginal people in the labour market and there is language in the
“The Native Council of Nova Scotia and our Aboriginal client group are very pleased to hear of the extension year approved for the Building Aboriginal Skills for Employment Program (BASE),” says Chief Grace Conrad, Native Council of Nova Scotia.
April 9, 2015 – Ottawa, ON – Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) National Chief Betty Ann Lavallée has announced her intention to resign. After seven years at the helm of the Aboriginal advocacy organization, National Chief Lavallée leaves CAP well-prepared to take advantage of coming opportunities, having fully addressed the