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Canada's Aboriginal Agenda

For domestic and international audiences

Keith Smith

on 17 May 2010

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Transcript of Canada's Aboriginal Agenda

Diversity Aboriginal Agenda Economic Development Increased Aboriginal Participation in the Economy
National Economic Development Board
Metis Economic Development Symposium
National Inuit Committee
Aboriginal Skills and Employment Partnership
Urban Aboriginal Strategy Demographics 1,172,790 - 3.8% Education Working with partners to increase graduation rates, literarcy and numeracy rates
Tripartite education agreements = increased First Nations control over education in their communites New schools built every year
110 centres of cultural heritage and education CANADA’S ABORIGINAL POLICY AGENDA Speech from the Throne - March 2010 Safe drinking water and effective waste-water treatment on-reserve
Protect the rights of Aboriginal people, particularly women living on-reserve
Address gender inequality under the Indian Act.
Action to address the disturbing number of unsolved cases of murdered and missing Aboriginal women.
Canada will take steps to endorse the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

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