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  • Poll: Many Canadian Indians prefer cities « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    survey of Canadian Indians indicates almost half live in cities and have little desire to return to their home communities the Environics Institute said Researchers interviewed 2 614 aboriginals in 11 cities by telephone and in person in April through October last year and found only 29 percent of first generation urban aboriginals moved back to their reservations after moving to a city the Canadian Broadcasting Corp reported Read more

    Original URL path: http://canoha.freeculture.ca/2010/04/07/poll-many-canadian-indians-prefer-cities/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Aboriginals in Canadian cities proud despite negative stereotypes: Survey « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    Data Media Aboriginals in Canadian cities proud despite negative stereotypes Survey Montréal Gazette April 6 2010 Cities are home to a rising number of Aboriginal Peoples who despite pride in their heritage live in Canada s ethnically diverse urban centres and are reluctant to return to native communities according to a study on urban aboriginals Read more Upcoming Events more See All Events News more more See All News Contact

    Original URL path: http://canoha.freeculture.ca/2010/04/07/aboriginals-in-canadian-cities-proud-despite-negative-stereotypes-survey/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Aboriginal urbanites aspire first to higher education « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    The UAPS Story People NAAF FAQ About Environics UAPS Sponsors Knowledge Reports Key Findings Surveys Data Media Aboriginal urbanites aspire first to higher education Globe and Mail April 6 2010 New Environics research shows graduation rates belie hopes and dreams Read more Upcoming Events more See All Events News more more See All News Contact For access to the UAPS study data and information resources see UAPS UW Archive Project

    Original URL path: http://canoha.freeculture.ca/2010/04/06/aboriginal-urbanites-aspire-first-to-higher-education/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Most urban aboriginal people opt to stay in city « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    Key Findings Surveys Data Media Most urban aboriginal people opt to stay in city Globe and Mail April 6 2010 Almost half of Canadian aboriginal people are city dwellers and a new study released to the CBC by the Environics Institute suggests many have no plans to return to their home reserve Read more Upcoming Events more See All Events News more more See All News Contact For access to

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  • Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study Findings Released « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    beyond the numbers to capture the values and aspirations of this growing population By speaking directly with a representative group of 2 614 First Nations peoples Métis and Inuit living in major Canadian cities as well as 2 501 non Aboriginal Canadians the Environics Institute led by Michael Adams has released the Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study UAPS which offers Canadians a new perspective of their Aboriginal neighbors living in Canada

    Original URL path: http://canoha.freeculture.ca/2010/04/06/urban-aboriginal-peoples-study-findings-released/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Urban Inuit aspire to the “good life,” study says « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    Media Urban Inuit aspire to the good life study says Nunatsiaq Online April 06 2010 If you re an Inuk and live in a southern city you probably feel strongly about maintaining your identity as Inuk You want your children and grandchildren to know Inuktitut and Inuit culture and be part of the Inuit community Read more Upcoming Events more See All Events News more more See All News Contact

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  • Environics Institute releases the Urban Aboriginal Peoples study « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    project html Home About UAPS The UAPS Story People NAAF FAQ About Environics UAPS Sponsors Knowledge Reports Key Findings Surveys Data Media Environics Institute releases the Urban Aboriginal Peoples study For the media release click here Upcoming Events more See All Events News more more See All News Contact For access to the UAPS study data and information resources see UAPS UW Archive Project page For more information about the

    Original URL path: http://canoha.freeculture.ca/2010/04/02/environics-institute-releases-the-urban-aboriginal-peoples-study-3/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Release of the Vancouver report for the Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study « Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study
    cost for admission Food and Refreshments will be served from 4 30 5 00pm Parking is limited so please arrive early to secure parking in the neighbourhood You are cordially invited to attend the presentation on the Metro Vancouver results of the Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study by Ginger Gosnell Myers of the Environics Institute featuring an expert panel from Vancouver s Aboriginal Community the Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Executive Council with Emcee MVAEC Co Chair Christine Smith In 2009 members of Vancouver s Aboriginal community took part in a national survey of urban Aboriginal Peoples where hundreds of people were interviewed about life in the city their values community relations aspirations and identity Ginger will be highlighting the findings of the study which will include the methodology of the project and findings from both the national and local Vancouver perspective What does it mean to be First Nations or Métis and living in Vancouver What are the connections people have to their communities How does Vancouver rank for opportunities happiness culture politics and identity in comparison to other major Canadian cities urban Aboriginal communities These results will be looked at and much more Agenda 4 30 5 00pm Food and refreshments served 5 00pm 6 00pm Opening prayer Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Executive Council Co Chair Christine Smith Mayor Gregor Robertson proclamation on National Aboriginal Day in Vancouver Funders remarks Vancouver Foundation Metro Vancouver Urban Aboriginal Strategy more TBD 6 00pm 7 15pm Results presentation Ginger Gosnell Myers Environics Institute 7 15pm 7 45pm Q A 7 45pm 8 30pm Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Executive Council Panel discussion MVAEC 8 30pm 9 00pm MVAEC Q A 9 00pm Closing For more information please visit www uaps ca or contact Ginger at Ginger Gosnell Myers environics ca Sponsored by The Environics Institute The City

    Original URL path: http://canoha.freeculture.ca/2011/06/07/release-of-the-vancouver-report-for-the-urban-aboriginal-peoples-study/ (2016-02-13)
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