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Assembly of First Nations of Quebec and Labrador

The Assembly of the First Nations Quebec and Labrador works towards:

  • Affirmation and respect of its peoples rights
  • Recognition of First Nations’ Governments
  • Increased financial autonomy for First Nations’ Governments
  • Development and creation of our public administration for First Nations’ Governments
  • Coordinate the mechanism for the First Nations decision-making process
  • Represent positions and interests in of various forums
  • Define the strategies to advance common positions
  • Have our cultures and languages recognized
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Native Alliance of Québec Inc.

The Native Alliance of Quebec  takes the interest of the Metis and off-reserve Indian people on all occasions and to coordinate their efforts in the goal to promote their common interests in one collective action. It promotes recreational activities for the Metis and off-reserve Indians, to assist them in the development of a social fraternity, a dignified and human understanding to contribute to help our people better understand their history, their accomplishments and their contribution to the Canadian society. It establishes and maintains the necessary funds to ensure legal advice to safeguard their legal and constitutional rights.

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Algonquin Nation Progam and Services Secretariat
First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission

Forms an organization that strives to improve the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well being of First Nation and Inuit individuals, families and communities in respect of their local autonomy and culture. By helping the communities that wish to initiate, develop and promote comprehensive health & social programs and services as designed by First Nations and Inuit organizations recognized by our First Nations and Inuit.

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All Nations Hope AIDS Network
Increases awareness of HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C among Aboriginal Peoples living in Saskatchewan. Provides educational workshops on prevention throughout the province. Offers support to individuals living with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C and to their families. (See Details)
Atikokan Native Friendship Centre
Barrie Native Friendship Centre
Brandon Friendship Centre
British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society
Chee Mamuk Aboriginal Program
Provides culturally appropriate on-site community-based HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infection education and training to Aboriginal communities, organization, and professionals withing B.C. Workshop topics include: Youth Strengthening the Circle; HIV/AIDS Awareness and Prevention; STD Basics; Healing House: Hepatitis C Information Sharing; Healthy Sexuality; Why Aboriginal People are at Risk for HIV/AIDS; Community and Workplace Policy; Homemakers, Home Care and HIV; Preparing Supportive Communities; and, Activities Kit: Weaving the Mind/Body/Spirit. (See Details)