The national voice for off-reserve Indigenous Peoples since 1971.

The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples represents the interests of Métis, status and Non-status Indians, and Southern Inuit Indigenous People living off-reserve in Canada. CAP is one of five National Indigenous Representative Organizations recognized by the Government of Canada.

CAP Housing Survey

Are you a First Nations person living off-reserve, Métis, or an Inuk person living in the south, outside of Inuit Nunangat, or in NunatuKavut? If so, the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples is conducting a survey to help better understand the diverse housing experiences of Indigenous people living off-reserve and to inform the creation of programs that provide affordable and quality housing for all Once you complete the survey, you’ll have the option to enter a random draw for a chance to win $1,000, $250, or $100 in cash prizes! We are trying to reach as many people as possible with this survey, and we hope you can share this post or survey with your network.

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Indigenous Skills and Employment Training

Assistance and funding for training and skills development Through the Indigenous Skills and Employment Training (ISET) program, CAP provides assistance and funding for training and skills development to Aboriginal Peoples living off-reserve.

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Unveiling Truths: A MMIWG Commemoration Project

Indigenous women and girls are leaders and valued members of their communities. For decades they have been going missing, and many have been murdered.

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