Up to 70% of Preschool Inuit Children lack enough food

Meaningful Consultation in Canada: The Alternative to Forced Aboriginal Assimilation

UN Recommendations on the Duty to Consult

UN Recommendations on Corporate Responsibilities

Senate Standing Committee on Aboriginal Peoples Report on Canada’s North

Arctic Perishable Food Mail Program Review and Recommendations

Amnesty International - Canada: Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review

Indigenous Children's Health Report: Health Assessment in Action


Last Updated September 15, 2015

Withholding Funds


The Hawthorne Report paved the way for a new era in forced Aboriginal assimilation in Canada. Provincial and federal governments now provide funding to Aboriginal Peoples only if their request falls within government funding models. Funding models invariably provide funds for non-Aboriginal solutions to Aboriginal problems; problems that arose from the policy of forced assimilation. All funding for culture-based Aboriginal solutions to Aboriginal problems is denied because these solutions fall outside government program funding models. Canada is currently forcing the assimilation of Aboriginal Peoples by selectively funding only non-Aboriginal solutions for education, economic development, government, social welfare and more.






© Christian Aboriginal Infrastructure Developments