New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council

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News Update

June 2020 – Covid-19 measures in NB

June 2020 – Letter from NBAPC President & Chief Barry LaBillois to Premier Blaine Higgs to Respect the Call of Justice in the Final Report of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women 

June 2020 –  CAP Press Release: call for public investigation of the death of Chantel Moore

May 2020 – National Indigenous Group Files Court Application Over Inadequate and Discriminatory Funding During COVID-19 (English) (French)

April 2020 – Letter from NBAPC President & Chief Barry LaBillois re the Annual General Meeting 

March 2020 – CAP official statement: Favoritism in COVID-19 Indigenous Funding Will Cost Lives

March 2020 – Recent information from Indigenous Services Canada in regards to the Emergency Management Assistance Program (EMAP)

March 2020 – NBAPC Official Response To The Discriminatory Exclusion of CAP To The First Ministers Meeting 

February 2020 – Brief for the Minister of Social Development -Review of the Family Services Act in New Brunswick

September 2019 – CAP Canada Political Accord Implementation Funding 

June 5, 2019 – NBAPC official Statement in response to the final report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

March 21, 2019 – NBAPC official statement in response to the federal pre-budget announced on March 19, 2019

March 11, 2019 – NBAPC as part of the Canadian Delegate to attend the sixty-third session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women

January 15, 2019 – Recreational Fisheries Advisory Meeting

Press/News Releases

In The News

Indigenous helpline launches to help families when someone disappears

A New Brunswick helpline has been set up for families and friends of missing and murdered Indigenous women. Read more...

Information Morning - Fredericton with Terry Seguin: Indigenous help line launches in New Brunswick

The 'Looking Out For Each Other Project' offers Indigenous families in the province help when family members go missing Read more...

Indigenous helpline launches to help families when someone disappears

A New Brunswick helpline has been set up for families and friends of missing and murdered Indigenous women. Read more...

Helpline Launched For Missing Indigenous People In New Brunswick

A new helpline has been launched for the family and friends of missing Indigenous people in the province. Read more...

Shift - NB with Vanessa Vander Valk: Ottawa should fund all First Nations students: NB Aboriginal Peoples Council

Ottawa announced changes to the way its funding First Nations education[..]But Amanda LeBlanc says that's not helping the many students attending off-reserve schools. Read more...