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  • Urban Natives seek their place at the table « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    recently released Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study which was coordinated by the Environics Institute has helped shatter some stereotypes of urban Native people Project director and Vancouver resident Ginger Gosnell Myers niece of Nisga a leader Joseph Gosnell told the Straight by phone that much of the non Native population believes almost all aboriginal people live in poverty and lack education In the city though it s a different story she

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  • Desire for Education Bringing Aboriginal People to Thunder Bay « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    com May 26 2011 A study by Environics Institute on Thunder Bay results of the Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study UAPS states that Aboriginal peoples move to Thunder Bay primarily for education family reasons and work opportunities reasons that are largely shared by Aboriginal peoples in all 11 UAPS cities However education emerges as a greater consideration for Aboriginal peoples to set up residence in Thunder Bay Read more Upcoming Events

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  • News « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    Read more Desire for Education Bringing Aboriginal People to Thunder Bay Netnewsledger com May 26 2011 A study by Environics Institute on Thunder Bay results of the Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study UAPS states that Aboriginal peoples move to Thunder Bay primarily for education family reasons and work opportunities reasons that are largely shared by Aboriginal peoples in all 11 UAPS cities However education emerges as a greater consideration for Aboriginal peoples to set up residence in Thunder Bay Read more Urban aboriginal population continues to rise report finds TB Newswatch May 25 2011 Thunder Bay s Aboriginal population has grown by more than 20 per cent within the past five years and continues to grow a recent survey of urban Aboriginal peoples concludes Environics Institute s Ginger Gosnell Myers who s spent the last four years on the 10 city 150 question survey said the growth is happening across the country Cities need to start looking at that growth to include Aboriginal peoples into the diversity of urban centres Read more Many Regina aboriginals believe alternative justice approaches could curb aboriginal crime rates Leader Post March 11 2011 While there is widespread distrust of the Canadian justice system among Regina s aboriginal population faith in the system appears higher in this city than in many others across the country According to the Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study UAPS released by the Environics Institute 47 per cent of aboriginal people in Regina had little or no confidence in the criminal justice system Read more Globe Editorial Natives still suffer shameful stereotypes The Globe and Mail February 25 2011 It is a failure of Canada s imagination that its original inhabitants continue to suffer the most distorted stereotypes of any non white group Canada s urban natives who now comprise half of all

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  • Site Map « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    and Methodology cont Money and Methodology cont The Findings Emerge What the Data Make Possible Knowledge Key Findings Reports Site Map Surveys Data UAPS Sponsors Posts Category Media Environics Institute releases the Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study UAPS Category News Urban Natives seek their place at the table Desire for Education Bringing Aboriginal People to Thunder Bay Urban aboriginal population continues to rise report finds Many Regina aboriginals believe alternative justice approaches could curb aboriginal crime rates Globe Editorial Natives still suffer shameful stereotypes Stars align for aboriginal education Negativity mars urban aboriginal life study A Study that makes urban Aboriginals visible Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study wins Research Excellence Award It s time for us to work together with our aboriginal neighbours Native identity does not get lost in the city Survey finds support for native justice system Game of demand and duck The city is home Canada s urban aboriginals are gaining confidence Aboriginal income gap calculated for first time Racism worries high study Most urban aboriginal people opt to stay in city More aboriginals living in Canadian cities survey finds Urban natives content study Urban aboriginals strive to make significant difference in their communities report says Poll Many Canadian

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  • UAPS Project Managers and City Coordinators « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    UAPS Project Managers and City Coordinators The UAPS would not have been possible without the efforts and commitment of its project managers and city coordinators They along with a team of interviewers in each of the 11 participating cities ensured that the research was conducted in a comprehensive and sensitive way with meaningful Aboriginal involvement Ginger Gosnell Myers UAPS Project Manager Vina Wolf UAPS Associate Project Manager Dr Jino Distasio University of Winnipeg Winnipeg UAPS First Nations Coordinator Allan Vicaire Independent Consultant Montreal UAPS Coordinator Chris Atchison Independent Consultant Vancouver UAPS Coordinator Christine Cybenko University of Saskatoon Saskatoon UAPS Coordinator Douglas Sinclair Independent Consultant Toronto UAPS Coordinator Jaimee Marks First Nations University Regina UAPS Coordinator Dr Maisie Cardinal Independent Researcher Edmonton UAPS Coordinator Nathan Elliot BA Hons MA PhD ABD Independent Researcher Calgary UAPS Coordinator Dr Rachel Eni University of Manitoba Winnipeg UAPS M eactue tis Coordinator Shelly Knott Acosys Consulting Inc Thunder Bay UAPS Coordinator Dr Trudy Sable St Mary s University Halifax UAPS Coordinator Tungasuvvingat Inuit Martin Lougheed and Barbara Sevigny Independent Consultants Ottawa UAPS Coordinators People Advisory Circle UAPS Project Managers City Coordinators Steering Committee Upcoming Events more See All Events News more more See All News

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  • Steering Committee « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    energy and expertise to the successful management and execution of the study Michael Mendelson Caledon Institute of Social Policy David Eaves Independent May Wong The Omega Foundation Amy Langstaff Environics Institute Michael Adams Environics Institute Doug Norris Environics Analytics Keith Neuman Environics Institute Sonya Kunkel Environics Research Group Sarah Roberton Environics Research Group Jay Kaufman KTA Karen Beitel KTA People Advisory Circle UAPS Project Managers City Coordinators Steering Committee Upcoming

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  • October « 2011 « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    coordinated by the Environics Institute has helped shatter some stereotypes of urban Native people Project director and Vancouver resident Ginger Gosnell Myers niece of Nisga a leader Joseph Gosnell told the Straight by phone that much of the non Native population believes almost all aboriginal people live in poverty and lack education In the city though it s a different story she stated Read more News Archives October 2011 June

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  • June « 2011 « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    Environics Institute on Thunder Bay results of the Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study UAPS states that Aboriginal peoples move to Thunder Bay primarily for education family reasons and work opportunities reasons that are largely shared by Aboriginal peoples in all 11 UAPS cities However education emerges as a greater consideration for Aboriginal peoples to set up residence in Thunder Bay Read more News Archives October 2011 June 2011 March 2011 February

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