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Visite anticipée du Centre d’innovation sociale, économique et culturelle de l’Association des femmes autochtones du Canada (AFAC)

Jun. 20, 2022

Advance Tour of Social, Cultural, and Economic Innovation Centre of the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC)

Jun. 16, 2022

NWAC Annual Report Card of Government’s National Action Plan to Address MMIWG and Violence Finds (Very) Little Progress; Nanos Survey Shows Canadians Agree

Jun. 03, 2022

Canadians Far More Likely to Say Government’s Efforts to Protect Indigenous Women Have Been Poor Rather than Good: New Nanos Poll

Jun. 03, 2022

Les Canadiennes et les Canadiens sont plus susceptibles de dire que les efforts du gouvernement pour protéger les femmes autochtones ont été plutôt mauvais que bons : nouveau sondage Nanos

Jun. 03, 2022

La fiche d’évaluation annuelle du Plan d’action national du gouvernement fédéral relatif à la violence envers les FFADA publiée par l’AFAC établit que (très) peu de progrès ont été accomplis; un sondage Nanos démontre que la population du Canada est d’acc

Jun. 03, 2022

Indigenous women Are Beyond Frustrated Over Systemic Racism in Canada’s Correctional System, as Highlighted (again) By Auditor General

May 31, 2022

PASS OR FAIL? Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) to Release 1st Annual Report Card of Government’s Progress in Implementing MMIWG National Action Plan

May 31, 2022

Justice n’a toujours pas été faite pour Chantel Moore : L’AFAC va former une « table de justice » pour mettre fin aux mises à mort par la police

May 20, 2022

Still No Justice for Chantel Moore: NWAC to Strike ‘Justice Table’ to End Killings by Police

May 20, 2022

NWAC Demands Justice for Chelsea Poorman, Chantel Moore and to See Justice Served for All Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

May 16, 2022

On Red Dress Day, NWAC demands end to the violence against Indigenous women, girls, and 2SLGBTQQIA people

Mar. 05, 2022

Pour le Jour de la robe rouge, l’AFAC réclame qu’on mette fin à la violence envers les femmes, les filles et les personnes 2ELGBTQQIA autochtones

Mar. 03, 2022

Statement by Lorraine Whitman, President of The Native Women’s Association of Canada, on the Passing of Candy Palmater

Jan. 07, 2022

Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) launches #AnswerTheCalls, 16 days of activism to end violence against Indigenous women, girls & 2SLGTBQQIA people

Nov. 25, 2021

L’Association des femmes autochtones du Canada (AFAC) reçoit le discours du Trône avec un optimisme réservé; elle exercera de la pression sur le gouvernement fédéral pour qu’il tienne ses promesses

Nov. 23, 2021

Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) receives Throne Speech with cautious optimism; will press federal government to deliver on its promises

Nov. 23, 2021

L’Association des femmes autochtones du Canada (AFAC) félicite les ministres du Cabinet qui dirigeront les portefeuilles autochtones, affirmant que les nominations constituent « de bon pas dans le sens de la réconciliation

Oct. 26, 2021

Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) congratulates cabinet ministers who will head Indigenous portfolios, calls appointments “good steps forward for reconciliation”

Oct. 26, 2021

Déclaration de Lorraine Whitman, présidente de l’Association des femmes autochtones du Canada (AFAC) à l’occasion de la veille annuelle de Sœurs par l’esprit

Oct. 04, 2021

Statement from Lorraine Whitman, President of the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) on the Occasion of the Annual Sisters in Spirit Vigil

Oct. 04, 2021

L’Association des femmes autochtones du Canada (AFAC) est stupéfaite par la décision de Trudeau de partir en vacances le jour même de la première Journée nationale de la vérité et de la réconciliation

Oct. 01, 2021

Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) condemns Trudeau’s decision to take a holiday on first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Oct. 01, 2021

L’Association des femmes autochtones du Canada fait appel à tous les premiers ministres des provinces et des territoires pour qu’ils reconnaissent la Journée nationale de la vérité et de la réconciliation comme un jour férié dans les limites......

Sep. 30, 2021

L’Association des femmes autochtones du Canada fait appel à tous les premiers ministres des provinces et des territoires pour qu’ils reconnaissent la Journée nationale de la vérité et de la réconciliation comme un jour férié dans les limites de leurs terr

Sep. 30, 2021

Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) calls upon the Premiers of all provinces and territories to recognize the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation as a holiday within their jurisdictions

Sep. 28, 2021

L’Association des femmes autochtones du Canada (AFAC) félicite les Libéraux, le premier ministre Justin Trudeau pour sa victoire électorale – mais l’incite à prendre au sérieux, cette fois, les questions qui touchent les femmes autochtones

Sep. 21, 2021

Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) Congratulates Liberals, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Election Win – But Urge Him to Take Indigenous Women’s Issues Seriously This Time Around

Sep. 21, 2021

Statement by NWAC President Lorraine Whitman On Urging Indigenous Women To Vote In The Upcoming Federal Election

Sep. 16, 2021

Et voici les notes… CARTE DE POINTAGE AFAC/Nanos : Certains partis ont des notes élevées et certains ne sont pas à la hauteur

Sep. 14, 2021

And the grades are in … NWAC/Nanos SCORECARD: Some Parties get tops marks, and some fall short

Sep. 14, 2021

Native Women’s Association of Canada to release Nanos Research analysis and report card of where major political parties stand on Indigenous women’s issue

Sep. 13, 2021

L’AFAC est découragée par le manque de compréhension des dossiers autochtones que révèlent les questions posées durant le débat des chefs en français

Sep. 09, 2021

NWAC demands explanation for appointment of a non-Indigenous man to head Secretariat on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Sep. 09, 2021

« Assez demandé, allons voter » : l’AFAC lance sa campagne d’incitation à voter pour les femmes, les filles et les personnes de diverses identités de genre autochtones

Aug. 23, 2021

We’re Done Asking, We’re Voting: NWAC launches get out the vote campaign for Indigenous women, girls, and gender-diverse people

Aug. 23, 2021

L’AFAC crée une carte interactive pour marquer les lieux où des femmes, des filles et des personnes de diverses identités de genre autochtones ont perdu la vie à la violence

Jul. 30, 2021

Statement by Lynne Groulx, NWAC CEO, on decision by Jody Wilson-Raybould not to seek re-election

Jul. 08, 2021

NWAC Congratulates Mary Simon on Appointment as Governor General

Jul. 06, 2021

NWAC Creates Interactive Map to Chart Places Where Indigenous Women, Girls, and Gender-Diverse People Lost Their Lives to Violence

Jul. 03, 2021

NWAC Demands Criminal Charges Against Governments, Churches, & Others Responsible for Deaths of Thousands of Children at Indian Residential Schools

Jun. 24, 2021

L’AFAC demande que des accusations criminelles soient portées contre les gouvernements, les églises et les autres responsables de la mort de milliers d’enfants dans les pensionnats autochtones

Jun. 24, 2021

NWAC Sends Letter To Pope Francis Saying Indigenous People Deserve A Real Apology – And More – From The Catholic Church

Jun. 10, 2021

NWAC Demands Justice For Chantel Moore And An End To Police Killings Of Indigenous People Across Canada

Jun. 04, 2021

NWAC To Hold Online Support Circles For Residential School Survivors And Others Affected By Horrors Of Residential School System

Jun. 03, 2021

NWAC To File Human Rights Complaint In Canada; Requests International Intervention & Investigation On The Genocide By OAS And Un On Federal Government’s So-called ‘national Action Plan’

Jun. 03, 2021

L’afac entend déposer une plainte pour atteinte aux droits de la personne au canada et demande une intervention internationale et une enquête par l’oea et l’onu sur le prétendu « plan d’action national » du gouvernement fédéral

Jun. 03, 2021

L’afac n’a plus confiance au gouvernement, se retire du processus toxique et dysfonctionnel du plan d’action national pour s’occuper des familles d’abord et annonce son propre plan d’action : nos appels, nos actions

Jun. 01, 2021

NWAC Loses Confidence In Government, Walks Away From Toxic, Dysfunctional Nap Process To Put Families – Not Politics - First; Announces Own Action Plan: Our Calls, Our Actions

Jun. 01, 2021

Allocution de Lorraine Whitman et Lynne Groulx pour annoncer le plan d’action national nos appels, nos actions de l’association des femmes autochtones du canada afin d’aider à mettre fin au génocide envers les femmes, les filles et les personnes 2elgbtqqi

Jun. 01, 2021

Address By Lorraine Whitman And Lynne Groulx To Announce The National Action Plan Our Calls, Our Actions Of The Native Women’s Association Of Canada

Jun. 01, 2021

NWAC Mourns The Loss Of Hundreds Of Children At Kamloops Indian Residential School, Demands Grounds Of All Similar Institutions Be Searched For More Victims

May 31, 2021

President of Native Women’s Association of Canada Marks Another Red Dress Day Without National Plan to Address Violence

May 04, 2021

Statement For International Women’s Day 2021 From Lynne Groulx, CEO of Native Women’s Association Of Canada

Mar. 08, 2021

On International Women’s Day, NWAC Announces International Summit To End Violence Against Indigenous Women Across The Americas

Mar. 08, 2021

Statement By Lorraine Whitman, President Of The Native Women’s Association Of Canada (NWAC) For International Women’s Day

Mar. 05, 2021

NWAC And Moose Hide Agree To Work Together To End Male Violence Against Indigenous Women, Girls, & Gender-diverse People

Feb. 10, 2021

NWAC meets with Minister, International Officials to Discuss New Resiliency Lodge – A Solution to Ending Violence Against Indigenous Women, Girls &Gender Diverse People

Feb. 10, 2021

NWAC meets with Minister, International Officials to Discuss New Resiliency Lodge – A Solution to Ending Violence Against Indigenous Women, Girls &Gender Diverse People

Feb. 10, 2021

New Online Magazine from Native Women's Association of Canada Tells Amazing Stories of First Nations, Métis & Inuit Women of Canada

Feb. 02, 2021

Native Women’s Association Of Canada Calls On Government To Give Indigenous Women Equal Voice To Men When Discussing Racism In Healthcare

Jan. 28, 2021

NWAC Calls On New Brunswick Authorities To Share Results Of Investigation: “Treat Family Of First Nations Woman Slain By Police With More Transparency And Respect”

Jan. 15, 2021

Christmas Trees Adorned With Indigenous Ornaments Growing In Popularity As Traditional Artisan Crafting Enjoys Resurgence

Dec. 18, 2020

The Introduction of Bill C-15 Is A Welcome Key Step Forward Towards Reconciliation

Dec. 03, 2020

New Federal Funding For Indigenous Issues, Including MMIWG, Could Make A Big Difference In The Lives Of First Nations, Inuit, Métis Women & 2SLGBTQQIA People

Dec. 01, 2020

Systemic Racism and COVID-19: A Deadly Mix For Incarcerated Indigenous Women

Nov. 25, 2020

NWAC Calls for Urgent Meeting with Justice Minister After Being Shut Out of Secret Talks on UNDRIP

Nov. 13, 2020

No Honour in Manitoba’s Bill 2: Children’s Special Allowance Funds are not the Province’s to Keep - Read our editorial by Adam Bond, NWAC Legal Counsel

Nov. 12, 2020

It's time to level the human-rights playing field for Indigenous Women, President of Native Women's Association of Canada (NWAC) tells FPT ministers: “You have the power to right these wrongs.”

Nov. 09, 2020

Native Women’s Association Of Canada Combats Forced Sterilization With Knowing Your Rights Toolkit For Indigenous Women

Oct. 28, 2020

Michael Melancon-Koffend Student Award Recipients 2020

Oct. 16, 2020

NWAC Calls For Provincial And Territorial Health Ministers To End Discrimination In Healthcare, Root Out Racism In Health Workforces

Oct. 16, 2020

Native Women’s Association of Canada project will bring together traditional Indigenous foods and urban agriculture thanks to government grant

Oct. 09, 2020

Statement By Lorraine Whitman, President Of The Native Women’s Association Of Canada (NWAC), On Tragic And Racist Incident In Joliette Hospital

Sep. 30, 2020

Helen Bassett Commemorative Student Award Winner’s 2020

Sep. 21, 2020

NWAC President Lorraine Whitman calls on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to end fishery dispute in Nova Scotia

Sep. 21, 2020

Native Women’s Association Of Canada President Urges Ministers To Make Safety, Economic Security Of Indigenous Women Priority In New Session Of Parliament

Sep. 09, 2020

NWAC President Calls Upon RCMP To Begin An Urgent Search For A Missing 14-year-old Nova Scotia First Nations Girl

Aug. 19, 2020

President Of Native Women’s Association Of Canada (NWAC) Says Government Must Not Wait For More Deaths To Weed Out Racism On Canadian Police Forces

Aug. 14, 2020

NWAC Welcomes New Alberta PTMA: Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women

Jul. 31, 2020

#BeTheDrum: Native Women’s Association of Canada Offers Pioneering and Inclusive Approach to Problem Solving and Economic Participation across Canada

Jul. 29, 2020

Canada’s Failed UN Security Council Bid: Lead by Example at Home to Lead by Example Abroad

Jul. 18, 2020

Statement by Lorraine Whitman, President of the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) on the decision by Statistics Canada and Canadian police chiefs to enhance collection of race-based crime statistics

Jul. 16, 2020

Artwork Call-Out

Jul. 15, 2020

Native Women’s Association Of Canada Calls On Police & Politicians To Take Three Immediate Steps To End Police Violence Against Indigenous People

Jun. 30, 2020

Native Women’s Association of Canada Echoes Family of Chantel Moore’s Call for Public Inquiry to Determine the Circumstances of Her Death

Jun. 29, 2020

Statement By Lorraine Whitman, President Of The Native Women’s Association Of Canada, On The Death Of Chantel Moore

Jun. 05, 2020

Speaking Notes for Lorraine Whitman, President Native Women’s Association of Canada

Jun. 03, 2020

La Covid 19 A Peut-être Arrêté Le Gouvernement, Mais Elle N’a Pas Arrêté Les Femmes Autochtones

Jun. 03, 2020

Covid-19 May Have Stopped The Government But It Hasn’t Stopped Indigenous Women

Jun. 03, 2020

NWAC Calls On New Brunswick Authorities To Share Results Of Investigation: “Treat Family Of First Nations Woman Slain By Police With More Transparency And Respect”

Jan. 15, 2020

Statistics Canada Launches 2017 Aboriginal Peoples Survey

Jan. 16, 2017

NWAC Remains Resolved to End Violence Against Indigenous Women This National Day of Remembrance

Dec. 06, 2016

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