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Urban Aboriginal Committee Solutions Workshop
Fri, 28 October 2016, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM PDT
The Surrey Aboriginal Leadership Committee invites you to join us on Friday October 28th for a Solutions Workshop for the Surrey Urban Aboriginal Social Innovation Strategy.
Released in 2016, the All Our Relations report identified 14 key findings related to the urban Aboriginal community in Surrey. Your input at the Solutions Workshop will help identify strategies and actions to address these findings. You have been invited because of your previous support or interest in this initiative. Together, our goal is to build the commitment for collective action and positive change in our community.
We hope that you can join us!
Councillor Vera LeFranc, Chair of the Aboriginal Leadership Committee
Learn more about the Surrey Urban Aboriginal Strategy:
- Guided by the Aboriginal Leadership Committee, the City of Surrey is developing a Surrey Urban Aboriginal Social Innovation Strategy. The objective of the Strategy is to build and strengthen relationships at all levels of the community, so as to improve the economic participation, educational attainment and health outcomes for the Aboriginal populations in Surrey.
- The All Our Relations Report identifies 14 recommendations and 37 conclusions, and is guiding the implementation of the Surrey Urban Aboriginal Strategy.
- A Profile of the Aboriginal Population in Surrey compiles data from the 2011 Census and National Household Survey
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Surrey School District Resource and Education Centre
14033 92 Ave
Surrey, British Columbia V4N 0P8