The Daniels Decision – What’s possible?

The Daniels Decision marks the beginning of a new era for Indigenous peoples. It is the the culmination of a 17-year long legal battle between the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) and the Government of Canada. Learn more.

Urban Indigenous People: Not just passing through

This research report examines the government’s reluctance to recognize Indigenous peoples living in urban settings, and the relationship to issues they are facing.

Walking in Her Moccasins

The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples and White Ribbon began collaborating in January 2016 to implement a multi-year initiative to engage Indigenous men and boys, to enhance their capacity to both respond and prevent violence against Indigenous women and girls. Learn more.

Public Safety: Emergency Management

The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) is working hard to ensure off-reserve status and non-status Indians, Métis and Southern Inuit are represented in the process of Emergency Management. Learn more.

The Reconciliation Toolkit

CAP developed a Reconciliation Toolkit for the private sector in Canada. This initiative responds to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission 94 Calls to Action by supporting private businesses and organizations in taking up the work of reconciliation within their sectors. Learn more.

Creative Leaders Symposium

Creative Leaders is intended to provide a platform for discourse between Indigenous groups and the business community regarding employment in mainstream industry, entrepreneurship, and economic development. Learn more.

Collaborative Process on Indian Registration, Band Membership and First Nation Citizenship

The Government of Canada, Department of Crown-Indigenous Relation and Northern Affairs, officially launched comprehensive consultations on Indian Registration, Band Membership, and First Nation Citizenship. Learn more.