Ontario Coalition of Indigenous Peoples

Site: Wabigoon - Mailing Address

Service: Indigenous Peoples Advocacy Coalition

Description & Services
Description (Agency) Serves as the political voice representing the rights and interests of Métis, Inuit, Status and Non-Status Indians living off-reserve in urban, rural and remote areas within Ontario
Description (Service) Serves as the political voice representing the rights and interests of Métis, Inuit, Status and Non-Status Indians living off-reserve in urban, rural and remote areas within Ontario  
  • Functions as an affiliate member of the Indigenous Peoples' Assembly of Canada (IPAC), formerly known as the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) 
  • Works to implement programs in areas of health care, employment training and post secondary education, affordable housing, legal services, poverty issues, Indigenous rights and interests, and mental health services 
  • Provides information for accessing provincial and federal government programs and services
Hours Hours not specified
Areas Served Ontario
Eligibility Métis, Status and Non-status Indians living off-reserve
Application Membership required; application details available on website
Languages English
Fees Membership
Contact Information
Office Phone 807-938-1321
Website www.o-cip.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook
Primary Executive Brad Maggrah, President; Email: roads@drytel.net
Located In Community Wabigoon
Address Wabigoon, ON P0V 2W0
 
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Mailing Address PO Box 189 
Wabigoon, ON P0V 2W0
Physical Access Not Applicable
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 2006
Funding Federal - Indigenous Peoples' Assembly of Canada (IPAC); Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC)
Elections Eligible candidates are voted for and elected to positions of Chief and Vice-Chief by citizens/members through the OCAP Election Act every four years, usually in Aug and overseen by a Chief Electoral Officer and Election Officers
Meetings Annual General Assembly (AGA); dates/times/location determined by the IPAC Board