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Métis Women’s Council on Economic Security : 2017 report and recommendations and Government of Alberta response

Description

Presents nine recommendations made to the government by the Métis Women's Council on Economic Security in 2017, and the related government responses to the recommendations. Recommendations cover the child intervention system, safety for Indigenous women, support for Indigenous people transitioning to urban centres, Indigenous tourism, social justice, collaboration in the development of government programs and services, and entrepreneurial and employment opportunities resulting from the legalization of cannabis. The Council was established in 2013 to provide advice and recommendations to the Government of Alberta on strategies to improve the economic security of Indigenous women in Alberta.

Updated

July 1, 2018

Tags
Indigenous children Indigenous communities Indigenous tourism Indigenous women Métis women

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Type
Advice Report
Extent

29 pages

Frequency

Once

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Publisher

Indigenous Relations

Place of Publication

Edmonton

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Resource Dates

Date Created

2018-07-01

Date Added

2019-10-03T16:59:05.899694

Date Modified

2018-07-01

Date Issued

2019-10-01

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