Minister Jane Philpott issued the following statement: “Today marks ten years since the House of Commons passed a motion on Jordan’s Principle and committed to ensuring First Nations children can access the government services they need, when they need them."
The Government of Canada remains committed to renewing the relationship between Canada and Indigenous Peoples and working collaboratively with First Nations in Manitoba to support services that address the challenges faced by their communities.
The Honourable Jane Philpott and the Honourable Carolyn Bennett, with Grand Chief Arlen Dumas will participate in a signing ceremony to take an important step forward in improving child and family services in Manitoba First Nations communities.
As part of the journey towards Reconciliation, the Government of Canada has taken an important step to renew the relationship with Indigenous peoples, based on the recognition of rights, respect, co-operation and partnership, by announcing a profound shift in the way the Government delivers services and advances self-determination and self-government of Indigenous peoples.
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