This research respects Indigenous ways of knowing and priorities that emerge because of an Indigenous research process. CMHC embraces the principles that govern Indigenous data and research in Canada, and articulated by First Nations, Métis, and Inuit governing bodies such as the First Nations principles of OCAP®.
CMHC also supports research led by Indigenous organizations, advised by an Indigenous steering committee, or conducted by an Indigenous consultant on priorities identified by Indigenous communities. This includes non-status and off-reserve populations living in communities that are urban, rural or remote.
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- Métis Nation of Ontario Housing and Health
- Housing Loan Security Arrangements on Reserve, a Case Law Review
- Reducing Core Housing Need by 50%: Métis Nation British Columbia
- My ancestors would be proud of us
- Indigenous Housing: Policy and Engagement
- Analyzing the Impacts of Affordable Housing in Clyde River, Nunavut
- Ottawa Inuit Women’s Housing and Shelter Needs Assessment
- Urban, Rural, and Northern Indigenous Housing
- Cultural Perspectives and Solutions for Indigenous Housing in Calgary
- Housing Outcomes for Rural and Urban (off-reserve) Indigenous Peoples
- Alternative Financing for Indigenous Housing
- The Housing Conditions of Off-Reserve Aboriginal Households
- Housing Conditions of On-Reserve Aboriginal Households