January 23th, 2017 (Ottawa, ON) – The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples is encouraged to learn the RCMP is changing the way it handles cases of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, but remain concerned about a lack of transparency. “It’s critical that the RCMP change the way it handles cases of

November 22, 2016 (Ottawa, ON) –  In his latest fall report, Canada’s Auditor General Michael Ferguson expressed deep concern over Aboriginal incarceration rates and the quality of First Nations programs. “The distressing findings of the Auditor General’s report highlight the need to invest in Canada’s Indigenous population,” says CAP Vice-Chief

You can read the speaking notes by accessing the following hyperlinks: English Version: CMHC Housing Speaking Notes – November 1st, 2016 French Version: CMHC Housing Speaking Notes – French

Press Statement – CAP Honours Indigenous Veterans on Remembrance Day November 10, 2016 (Ottawa, ON) – The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) will be honouring Canada’s Indigenous Veterans tomorrow November 11th in Ottawa. National Chief Robert Bertrand and Grace Conrad, Chief of the Native Council of Nova Scotia, will take part