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Indigenous services, issues, and initiatives in Vancouver

The “Inventory of Aboriginal Services, Issues, and Initiatives in Vancouver” is a resource for Vancouver’s Indigenous communities. It is also useful for anyone interested in knowing more about these communities.

The inventory gives details of activities, issues, and organizations relevant to Indigenous communities, along with statistics, trends, gaps, and commentary.

It also includes contact information for related organizations, including addresses and phone numbers, and websites.

What is included in the inventory

Areas covered include:

  • Arts, culture, and multimedia
  • Parenting and families
  • Housing and homelessness
  • Substance abuse/misuse
  • Volunteering
  • Education and employment
  • Sports and recreation
  • Justice

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