Indigenous justice and policing
Keeping Indigenous women, girls, LGBTQ and Two-Spirit people safe, Indigenous policing, the National Inquiry into Missing Women and Girls and the Justice Partnership and Innovation Program.
Services and information
Working with provinces, territories, Indigenous organizations and communities across the country to create a national action plan.
Policing and law enforcement partnerships in Indigenous communities.
How we work with Indigenous peoples, other governments and organizations to develop unique and innovative solutions to the challenges that Indigenous peoples encounter within the community corrections and criminal justice systems.
Adapted regulations for Indigenous peoples who practice traditional hunting.
The Government of Canada launched an independent National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
The Indigenous Justice Program supports Indigenous community-based justice programs that offer alternatives to mainstream justice processes in appropriate circumstances.
Funding for community and school-based initiatives to reduce violence against Indigenous women and girls.
Aboriginal healing and treatment programs targeted to the reintegration needs of Aboriginal offenders.
The Government of Canada and Indigenous peoples are working together to renew a nation-to-nation relationship based on the recognition of rights, respect, cooperation and partnership.
The principles that will guide the work required to fulfill the Government’s commitment to renewed nation-to-nation, government-to-government, and Inuit-Crown relationships.
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