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Collaborate with service delivery agencies to ensure that Indigenous residents in nonmarket housing have access to culturally appropriate programming and spaces.
Work with all levels of government to ensure that National Indigenous Peoples' Day is recognized as an official and statutory holiday.
Promote and support efforts to repudiate the Doctrine of Discovery and other colonialist concepts such as terra nullius.
Promote and support the redevelopment of the K-12 curriculum so that it includes appropriate content on Indigenous histories, cultures, stories, and languages as well as a discussion of colonialism and its legacy in the province. This process must be undertaken with the collaboration of all Indigenous groups in the province, including urban Indigenous people.
Promote and support the addition of appropriate Indigenous content in early childhood education, including cultural practices, stories, languages, and land based activities.
Work with the City of St. John’s to Indigenize place names.
Work with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to reclaim Indigenous place names.
Promote and support the expansion of interpretation services that are used locally to include Mi’kmaw, Innu-aimun, and Inuktitut.
Ensure the availability of Indigenous cultural programming within the corrections system.
Advocate for the legal recognition of Mi’kmaw, Innu-aimun, and Inuktitut as official languages of Newfoundland and Labrador.