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Indigenous Circle of Experts (ICE): Pathway to Canada Target 1

ICE Summary

March 27th, 2018 in Ottawa, in ceremony, we delivered our final report and recommendations to the Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna. We are now debuting our latest video which summarizes the work ICE has done so far and the principals that guide our work.

Indigenous Circle of Experts: Central Regional Gathering

This short film summarizes the ICE Regional Gathering which took place in Winnipeg Manitoba September 25-28th 2017. The Indigenous Circle of Experts is part of the Pathway to Canada Target 1.

Indigenous Circle of Experts: Northern Regional Gathering

Members of the Indigenous Circle of Experts are at St Mary's in New Brunswick following up with the Maliseet who attended the ICE Eastern Regional Gathering. In honour of our hosts we are pleased to publicly launch our latest film that has emerged from the recent ICE Northern Regional Gathering!

Indigenous circle of experts: Eastern Regional Gathering

In June the Indigenous Circle of Experts (I.C.E.) hosted the Eastern regional gathering in support of Canada's Pathway to Target 1. For more information about Canada's Target 1 Visit the website:

Indigenous Circle of Experts: Western Regional Gathering

From the Western Regional Gathering of the Indigenous Circle of Experts for The Pathway to Canada Target 1 with a visit to Joe’s Studio in the forest in the Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal Park.


Other Videos

Women’s honour canoe

The Women's Honour Canoe is making its maiden voyage across the Salish Sea to join the Women Deliver 2019 conference in Vancouver. The canoe will be holding up Ta'kaiya Blaney in honour of all women. The Women's Honour Canoe is part of the fundraiser for the 35th Anniversary of the Meares Island Tribal Park organized by the IISAAK OLAM Foundation.

Wah'nah'juss Hilth'hoo'iss - Meares Island Tribal Park 35 year anniversary

On April 21, 2019 a ceremony was held at Cìsaqis to celebrate the 35 year anniversary of the written declaration of Wah'nah'juss Hilth'hoo'iss - Meares Island Tribal Park. According to iisaak (the Tla-o-qui-aht law of respect), the duty to protect the land was upheld in 1984.

Rediscovering Canada's Origin Story through Reconciliation By Eli Enns