Daniels Decision

Daniels v. Canada, a historic Supreme Court ruling.

On April 14, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the Federal Government has Constitutional responsibility for Métis and non-Status Indians, marking a historic victory for Indigenous peoples in Canada and ending a 17-year legal battle.

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Violence Prevention

 

The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples has continued to advocate for the implementation of effective Indigenous measures to address and eradicate violence against Indigenous Women and Girls.

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Daniels Symposium

 

On April 14, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the Federal Government has Constitutional responsibility for Métis and non-Status Indians, marking a historic victory for Indigenous peoples in Canada and ending a 17-year legal battle.

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National Grassroots Engagement

The National Grassroots Engagement Tour, which ran from 2013 – 2017, represented a concerted effort to connect with communities across Canada with the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) to help build a better future for all Indigenous Peoples.

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National Indigenous Women’s Summit

CAP respectfully submitted this position paper to support the 5th National Aboriginal Women’s Summit which took place in March 2017 in Toronto.  The goals of the Summit were to work towards the continued empowerment of Indigenous women including youth and Elders.

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