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Minister Patty Hajdu highlights budget investments in Lytton First Nation

| Indigenous Services Canada | news releases

Today, the Minister of Indigenous Services Canada, the Honourable Patty Hajdu, visited Lytton First Nation to meet with community leaders to announce $1.3 million through the Housing Accelerator Fund, Budget 2024 housing investments, and highlight $119 million in community rebuilding efforts.


Minister Hajdu in Vancouver to highlight budget 2024 investments in reconciliation

| Indigenous Services Canada | news releases

Today, the Minister of Indigenous Services Canada, the Honourable Patty Hajdu, was present at Our Gathering kexwkexwntsút chet, tə sq̓əq̓ip ct in Vancouver, B.C., with First Nations leaders to highlight federal commitments under Budget 2024. This year marks the 11th annual Our Gathering meeting, a forum unique to British Columbia, where B.C. First Nations and Canada come together to discuss shared priorities in an open and honest way.


Minister Patty Hajdu in Lytton, British Columbia, to highlight Budget 2024: Fairness for Every Generation investments in housing

| Indigenous Services Canada | media advisories

The Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Indigenous Services, will attend an event in Lytton, British Columbia, to highlight the federal budget’s investments in housing. She will also make a housing announcement on behalf of the Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Housing, Infrastructure and Communities, with Niakia Hanna, Chief of Lytton First Nation.


Government of Canada tabled its response to the Standing Committee on Public Accounts report on emergency management in First Nations communities

| Indigenous Services Canada | news releases

On March 22, 2024, the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Indigenous Services, tabled the Government of Canada’s response to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Accounts’ report titled Report 8, Emergency Management in First Nations communities – Indigenous Services Canada, of the 2022 Reports 5 to 8 of the Auditor General of Canada. In doing so, Minister Hajdu tabled actions the government will take to implement the recommendations, in partnership with First Nations.


First Indigenous Youth Centre in Calgary to Begin Construction

| Indigenous Services Canada | news releases

Today the Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth (USAY), a Calgary-based, Indigenous-led not-for-profit organization, celebrated the groundbreaking of the start of construction for the youth centre, and a significant step towards supporting a vision of success for Indigenous youth now and for future generations.


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