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The group reflected on past accomplishments and laid plans for the future guided by CUPE’s “Strategic Directions” policy paper and a commitment from the national executive board.

There are many accomplishments we can claim, including creating Aboriginal councils, mapping projects and certification of Aboriginal and Metis employers,” said National President Paul Moist. “But we continue to face challenges on the perception of unions by many Aboriginal members both internally and in the general community.”

Note that CUPE’s National Aboriginal Council meets in Saskatchewan in early May as does the Saskatchewan council.