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June 12, 2017 | AFN-Canada MOU a positive step towards reconciliation


May 26, 2017 | First Nations Summit statement on 2017 BC Election Results: Indigenous issues must be at the forefront


May 11, 2017 | Indigenous issues to play a key role in any new provincial government


May 2, 2017 | UN Declaration should be embraced not feared [Letter to Vancouver Sun re: Vaughn Palmer - Horgan's all in on changing relationship with FirstNations - April 28, 2017]


April 10, 2017 | Canada, British Columbia and the First Nations Leadership Council sign Reconciliation Charter committing to the care of First Nations children and youth


April 3, 2017 | RCY Releases Damning Report Delegated Aboriginal Agencies: How resourcing affects service delivery


February 22, 2017 | First Nations Summit welcomes federal review


February 21, 2017 | First Nations Summit encouraged by Provincial Budget commitments on Children and Families


February 6, 2017 | System failed Alex Gervais; RCY report recommendations must be implemented


January 13, 2017 | First Nations Summit Statement on the Passing of Arthur Manuel


 

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The "New Relationship"

The result of discussions with senior provincial government officials on how to establish a new government-to
government relationship based on respect, recognition and accommodation of Aboriginal title and rights, this document was agreed to and signed by the Leadership Council (FNS, AFN, UBCIC)

Backgrounder: "A New Relationship"

 

First Nations Health Blueprint

The British Columbia First Nations Health Blueprint is a strategic tool to guide the ongoing development of the First Nations health sector.

More on the Health Blueprint Process, and links to PDF downloads.

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