“I was extremely pleased with the level of commitment and collaboration demonstrated during our discussions with all Indigenous, federal, provincial, and territorial leaders,” stated Dorey.
(Ottawa) February 26, 2016 – The Congress of Aboriginal’s largest affiliate, representing 23,876 members, wrote the following letter in a show of support for CAP’s inclusion in the First Ministers’ Meetings on climate change in Vancouver:
“I am very pleased with the support we’ve received from the premiers regarding our inclusion,” said Dorey.
“Today marks a historic day in Indigenous history and I’m proud to congratulate Melanie on her accomplishment.
Due a death in National Chief, Dwight Dorey’s family, the National Grassroots Event scheduled for Monday, February 22, has been postponed.
(Ottawa) February 15, 2016 – Congress of Aboriginal Peoples, National Chief, Dwight Dorey, issued the following statement to celebrate the legacy of Louis Riel:
“Today we pay tribute to a man who fought to preserve Métis rights and culture…”
(Ottawa) February 12, 2016 –Dwight Dorey, National Chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples, is in Vancouver today to participate in the 2016 Indspire Awards.
As a result of a storm front moving through Atlantic Canada, tomorrow’s National Grassroots event in Saint John, N.B., has been postponed. Details on a rescheduled event will be available soon.