Calgary Herald, April 12, 2010
A funny thing happened when interviewers set out across Canadian cities to talk to Metis, Inuit and First Nations residents about their lives: they discovered a sense of optimism.
The Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study from the Environics Institute paints a picture of aboriginal Canadians that shatters stereotypes. This is the new reality: The majority of aboriginal Canadians happily live in cities, are proud of their culture and are positive about the future. Read more »