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Jordan's Principle

Jordan's Principle is a vital policy framework designed to ensure that First Nations children in Canada have equitable access to all government-funded public services. Named in honor of Jordan River Anderson, a young boy from the Norway House Cree Nation in Manitoba, this principle serves as a commitment to resolve jurisdictional disputes concerning the welfare of First Nations children.

What Will You Learn?

Introduction to Jordan's Principle: Understand the essence and importance of Jordan's Principle.
Honouring Jordan River Anderson: Learn about the life of Jordan River Anderson and why this principle is named after him.
What is Funded: Explore the wide range of health, social, and educational services funded under this principle.
What Canada is Doing: Discover current initiatives and future plans to support the implementation of Jordan's Principle.