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Legitimacy in Reconciliation: A Path Forward

Indigenous youth had clear ideas on how to find the legitimacy needed for reconciliation at the Public Policy Forum's (PPF) Nov. 29 unconference in Regina. This report highlights their six recommendations. In August 2017, the Centre for Public Impact approached PPF to be a part of a global project that explores What is legitimacy? How is it achieved and preserved? How does it manifest in different parts of the world? PPF brought together 21 young Indigenous people to discuss if the Government of Canada has the legitimacy to deliver on its commitment to Indigenous Peoples and how it can work to build the trust and transparency required.

Date: Tuesday May 15, 2018

Levelling the Playing Field: For First Nations and Financial Empowerment

...First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities in developing financial literacy skills. The paper provides background that helped guide the discussion at the last in a series of roundtables convened in...

Date: Thursday May 7, 2015

Putting Reconciliation into Practice: Inclusion and Action

After a sold-out first edition, PPF is once again offering this professional development opportunity for public service executives and non-profit leaders to explore in-depth how reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples can be put into practice. 

Date: Monday October 22, 2018

PPF Members

...Ontario Imagine Canada Innovative Medicines Canada Insurance Bureau of Canada Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami Law Society of Ontario Mining Association of Canada Polytechnics Canada Universities Canada Labour Organizations Power Workers’ Union...

Date: Wednesday October 18, 2017

May 9, 2014: Realizing The Potential: Global Perspectives on Indigenous Economic Development

There is a clear need for better engagement with Canada’s First Nations, Inuit and Métis on natural resource development. The sector’s future success will depend on authentic partnerships with Aboriginal...

Date: Friday May 9, 2014

How Canada can create a culture of innovation commit to improved educational outcomes for First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Where Canada’s OECD quality of life ranking is 6th, it drops to 63rd for indigenous communities. The...

Date: Thursday October 20, 2016

Putting an invisible disability on the map

...aids or are referred to doctors for medical and surgical intervention. This model is also being brought back to help Canada’s northern Indigenous communities. Studies show 30 percent of Inuit...

Date: Wednesday May 24, 2017

Building Leaders: Early Childhood Development in Indigenous Communities

...the summer of 2014, Canada’s Public Policy Forum launched a national initiative to improve ECD in First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities. Building Leaders: Early Childhood Development in Indigenous Communities...

Date: Tuesday July 14, 2015

Ten Tough Jobs 2010

...Fisheries and Oceans Assistant Deputy Minister, Consular Services and Emergency Management, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Assistant Deputy Minister, First Nations & Inuit Health Branch, Health Canada Assistant Deputy Minister,...

Date: Tuesday October 19, 2010

Audra Reyni: Putting an invisible disability on the map

...percent of Inuit children suffer from hearing loss. Renyi has applied her strengths in finance to hearing loss. In 2014 she founded earAccess Inc., a for-profit social enterprise that provides...

Date: Tuesday May 23, 2017

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