Smoothing the way for Indigenous collaboration

Smoothing the way for Indigenous collaboration

Indigenous people are often the first to feel the effects of climate change. From disruptions of traditional hunting and fishing routines to shortened ice-road seasons, the ecological crisis affects daily life in very concrete ways in Canada’s northern communities. Since housing is the largest consumer of energy, the Indigenous Clean Energy (ICE) Social Enterprise seeks to share innovative approaches both within Indigenous communities and with the community-housing sector as a whole.

Ontario Aboriginal Housing Service and Indigenous Housing

Ontario Aboriginal Housing Service and Indigenous Housing

Indigenous housing: Urgent Need for Systemic Changes Leilani Farha, UN Former rapporteur on adequate housing, called the 2019 UN rapport on Indigenous Housing an important “wake-up call” demanding immediate action from the Canadian government. While women generally...