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The City of Winnipeg has declared 2016 as the Year of Reconciliation.

The City of Winnipeg has declared 2016 as the Year of Reconciliation. Learn more about our commitments.

Indigenous Relations Division

Committed to enhancing our relationship with and providing opportunities for Winnipeg's Indigenous population, the City of Winnipeg has strengthened, enhanced and expanded our commitment through the creation of the Indigenous Relations Division (IRD).

The Indigenous Relations Division is mandated to provide leadership and experience from an Indigenous perspective on civic programs, services, and initiatives that support and address the needs of Winnipeg's Indigenous community; now and into the future.

Journey Of Reconciliation

Last update: April 24, 2017
Did you Know?
  • There are 63,745 Aboriginal people living in Winnipeg; by 2017 that number will increase to an estimated 77,900. Winnipeg had the largest Aboriginal population of any city in Canada according to Census.