“My sincerest condolences go out the friends and family of the nine Pikangikum community members,” said Dorey.
“We will be working together with the Canadian Diabetes Association to target Indigenous populations and train facilitators for the Food Skills for Families program, which helps participants gain confidence in the kitchen and teaches healthy eating habits,” said Dorey.
“We’ve had impressive turnouts at every stop on the tour and people are raising very relevant and important issues, including affordable housing, education, economic development, and the environment,” stated Chief Dorey.
“Overall, the budget looks promising. I’m waiting to get further details because I’m left with some questions,” stated Chief Dorey.
Today, in a surprise announcement at the 2nd Annual Creative Leaders Symposium in Ottawa, National Chief, Dwight Dorey announced that the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples name will change to the Indigenous Peoples’ Assembly of Canada (IPAC)
“Women enrich our society in many ways and they contribute largely to our country’s success.”
“Climate change is an issue that affects all Canadians, particularly Indigenous peoples, regardless of whether they reside on- or off-reserve,” stated Dorey.