Our work

CAP actively undertakes legal research, interventions, and political action to demand that the CAP-Daniels Decision be upheld and the rights of our constituents are protected and respected regardless of their residence or Indian Act status.

Political Accord

In December 2018, a renewed Political Accord between CAP and the Government of Canada was signed, building a foundation to work in cooperation on jointly agreed objectives, policy priorities, and a process for implementation with resources and funding.

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Daniels Accord

The CAP-Daniels Decision is the culmination of a 17-year long legal battle between the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples and the Government of Canada, which finally has made it clear that the Federal Government is legally accountable for Métis and Non-status Indian interests.

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Indigenous Peoples Survey

The Indigenous Peoples Survey is a national survey of First Nations peoples living off reserve, Métis and Inuit. The survey provides important information concerning Indigenous Peoples such as language, harvesting, handcrafting and cultural activities, housing and mobility. The data can be used to inform policy and programming activities aimed at improving the well-being of Indigenous peoples.

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Reconciliation Toolkit For Business Leaders

Over the last few years, the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) has heard from business leaders across the country, telling us they want to help advance reconciliation, but don’t know what to do. This toolkit was created as a response to this need for support and guidance. It is a resource for small- and medium-sized businesses to help people like you develop practical, actionable plans to advance reconciliation in your business thinking, planning and practices

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