A comprehensive environmental scan of Winnipeg’s Aboriginal population, this report features new information gathered since Eagle’s Eye View was first published by United Way of Winnipeg’s Aboriginal Relations Council in 2004.
“There continues to be interest, demand and use for up-to-date and relevant information on the Aboriginal community in Winnipeg,” said Dr. Judy Bartlett, a respected Metis researcher, health administrator and family doctor, who provided intellectual oversight for the report. “The second edition developed from the need to capture new information and build on our original objective: to enhance knowledge, understanding, trust and relationships within and between the Aboriginal community, United Way and the broader population in Winnipeg.”
By shining a light on the successes, challenges and opportunities for First Nation, Metis and Inuit people in our city, Eagle’s Eye View Second Edition intends to help inform and influence policy in the public, private and voluntary sectors.
Neither a study nor a commentary, the scan is presented without analysis and includes information from a number of existing sources.