Tuesday, September 13, 2005

CTF releases new aboriginal study

The CTF's Centre for Aboriginal Policy Change announced today the release of its latest study, "Road to Prosperity - Five Steps to Change Aboriginal Policy."

The current study advances five recommendations the federal government can implement by a simple act of parliament, to increase accountability, governance and transparency.

To aid the federal government along the path of change, the CTF has provided the government with five simple first steps to achieve greater prosperity for native Canadians.

Recommendations are:
1. Reallocate Funding
2. Expand Auditor General's Mandate
3. Establish an Ombudsman for Aboriginal Affairs
4. Better Utilize Certificates of Possession
5. Amend Indian Act to Include Matrimonial Property Rights

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Update: Edmonton Journal picks up the story

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