The AAWG's Aboriginal Success Stories celebrates, promotes and shares the accomplishments and proven advancements in Aboriginal economic development.
The Aboriginal Affairs Working Group (AAWG) is providing national leadership as it works collaboratively on issues that are critical to improving conditions for First Nation, Inuit and Métis people.
The Ontario Minister of Aboriginal Affairs chairs the AAWG, which includes provincial and territorial ministers of Aboriginal Affairs and leaders of the five national Aboriginal organizations – the Assembly of First Nations, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Métis National Council, Congress of Aboriginal Peoples, and the Native Women’s Association of Canada.
Together, this Working Group is moving forward on a plan that focuses on three key goals:
The AAWG is committed to working collaboratively to achieve these goals. Together, the Working Group is taking action on issues that are critical to improving conditions for Aboriginal people and bridging the socio-economic gaps that exist between Aboriginal people and other Canadians.
April 11, 2012 Aboriginal Affairs Working Group Message from the Chair
April 5, 2012 Statement To The Legislature from the Chair
April 19, 2011 Aboriginal Affairs Working Group Message from the Chair
April 28, 2010 Moving Forward On A Plan To Improve Quality Of Life
October 29, 2009 Aboriginal Affairs Working Group Message from the Chair
October 28, 2009 A Statement to the Legislature from the Chair
August 5-7, 2009 Council of the Federation (Regina, Saskatchewan)
Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs
Office of Aboriginal Affairs
Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat
Aboriginal and Northern Affairs
Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation
Government of Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island
First Nations and Métis Relations
Department of Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs
Newfoundland and Labrador
Aboriginal Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations
Government of Yukon