Improving the Education Outcomes of Aboriginal People Living Off-Reserve: A Discussion of Delivery Models
Author: Saskatchewan Educational Leadership Unit
The mandate of the Office of the Federal Interlocutor (OFI) is to manage and strengthen federal strategies and relationships towards urban, Non-Status, and Métis Aboriginal peoples in Canada. To be able to advise Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) on the specific needs of these groups, the OFI commissions special events and forums to inform its work and provide policy and practice discussions.
The Colloquium sessions, collectively entitled Improving the Educational Outcomes of Aboriginal People Living Off-Reserve: A Discussion of Delivery Models, presented content and themes relevant to the OFI’s mandate to manage and strengthen federal strategies and relationships with urban, Non-status, and Métis people in Canada.