CAP National Chief supports President Todd Russell and Nunatukavut’s call for ground action on Muskrat Falls (Ottawa) October 17, 2016 – Robert Bertrand, National Chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP), is supportive of Nunatukavut Community Council’s decision to devote its resources to on-the-ground action concerning the impending
Elders, fellow Indigenous leaders, and Federal and Provincial Ministers. I am the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples’ (CAP) National Vice-Chief Kim Beaudin and I am pleased to be here on traditional Mi’kmaq territory in beautiful Halifax, Nova Scotia. Our newly elected CAP National Chief Robert Bertrand has asked me to attend
CAP Announces the Results of the 45th Annual General Assembly Election, September 30th, 2016 October 4, 2016 (Ottawa, ON) – The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) wishes to announce the final results of the election held during its 45th Annual General Assembly on September 30th in Gatineau, Québec. Robert Bertrand
NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS FOR ELECTION OF NATIONAL CHIEF & NATIONAL VICE CHIEF CONGRESS OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLES The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples wishes to announce the official list of candidates for election as National Chief and National Vice-Chief at the 45th Annual General Assembly. The election will take place in Gatineau,
Dwight Dorey, National Chief of the Indigenous Peoples’ Assembly of Canada (IPAC), welcomed today’s formal launch, by the Government of Canada, of the independent national Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. “Today’s announcement comes at a heavy price and we must all revere this day as a
Whitehorse, Yukon) July 20, 2016 – Indigenous Peoples’ Assembly of Canada’s (IPAC) National Chief Dwight Dorey has called upon Canada’s First Ministers to consider new legislation to create an Indigenous Natural Resource Revenue Sharing Act as part of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, and to support much-needed programs and services after the
April 14, 2016 (Ottawa, ON) — The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP), which represents Métis and non-status Indians (MNSI) and Southern Labrador Inuit in Canada, welcomed today’s Supreme Court of Canada ruling in the Daniels v. Canada case which found that the Federal Government has Constitutional responsibility for MNSI. CAP
“I am very pleased with the support we’ve received from the premiers regarding our inclusion,” said Dorey.