Mi'kmaq Confederacy of PEI

AKA: MCPEI; Mi'kmaq Confederacy

Indigenous Justice Program

Allows Indigenous people a traditional justice system based on holistic community values and reflects the unique and cultural needs of Indigenous people. The program includes justice circles and can help Indigenous people navigate the justice system.
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Aboriginal Sports Circle

Supports the development and delivery of sport and recreation opportunities for Indigenous youth across PEI who live both on and off reserve. Programs and activities include:
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Child and Family Services Program

Provides support and prevention services to assist Mi'kmaq families who are experiencing or at risk of experiencing difficulties at home that could impact the overall safety and wellbeing of their children. There are two components to the program:
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Education Program

Supports the Lennox Island and Abegweit First Nations and learners under their care, as well as off-reserve learners, by addressing identified needs, including:
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Employment Services

Supports Aboriginal people living in PEI in both urban and rural areas to prepare for training and employment or a return to work. The program is client-centered and based on each individual participant's career/job plan. Specific employment services can vary, but generally include:
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Health Program

Offers programs and services to support the health and well-being of Aboriginal people in PEI, including:
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