Title:Fact sheet : quality of life of First Nations: June 2011.
Corporate Author: Assembly of First Nations
Subject:Poverty – child poverty|split|Children – Indigenous|split|Children – statistics|split|Indigenous peoples – health, welfare|split|Indigenous peoples – statistics|split|Education – Indigenous|split|Education – statistics
Publisher:Assembly of First Nations
Place of Publication:Ottawa
Date of Publication:2011

This fact sheet looks at serious social, economic, educational and health-related problems that Aboriginals in Canada face. It argues that by closing the employment and education gap between Aboriginals and non-Aboriginals in this country, $400 billion will be added to Canada’s GDP by 2026.

Material Type:Fact Sheet

F. SOCIAL ISSUES/F.12 INDIGENOUS PEOPLE/2011 quality-of-life-final-fe.pdf

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