Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) works collaboratively with partners to improve access to high quality services for First Nations, Inuit and Métis.
Our vision is to support and empower Indigenous peoples to independently deliver services and address the socio-economic conditions in their communities.
Find out what our partners are doing:
First Nations will take full control of water and wastewater service delivery in the Atlantic in the spring of 2022.
New visitation shelters in Manitoba are helping families stay connected and safe during the pandemic, combatting the isolating effects of COVID-19.
ISC provides direct air transportation with strict health protocols for nurses, other essential personnel and medical supplies to remote First Nations communities the provinces.
First Nations and neighbouring municipalities across Canada are working together through the Community Economic Development Initiative to strengthen local economies and build positive relationships for everyone.
First Nations children in Prince Edward Island get hands-on experience with agriculture, harvesting and preparing food.
Amid a population boom, this community's school expansion, in Quebec, benefits current and future students.
All-season road offers year-round access to vital goods and services, ending more than 100 years of isolation in Shoal Lake, Manitoba.
The Manitoba Schools Initiative provided 4 northern First Nations communities with tools and support to actively participate in the design and construction of new schools from start to finish.
Little Red River Cree Nation, in Alberta, improved their school infrastructure with renovations to John D'Or Prairie School offering students more culturally-inspired learning environments.
Nuxalk Nation carpenter Richard Hall trained apprentices and designed housing suited to their culture and British Columbia climate.
Sasamans Society's innovative youth navigator program for Indigenous peoples in British Columbia mentors youth in care and on probation.
Horse Lake First Nation in Alberta celebrates the opening of their new water treatment system in September 2018.
Faced with a growing population and limited housing options, Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations in British Columbia, turned shipping containers into rental homes.
How 10 participating schools benefited from the new Manitoba First Nations School System, from more materials to improved morale among students and staff.
This 28-day program helps people escape addiction by finding answers on the land.
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Chennoa Tracey credits the Gabriel Dumont Institute and ASETS with helping jump-start her engineering career in Saskatchewan.
Lucien Ledoux forged a new career helping others find their own paths in Manitoba.