Aboriginal Standing Comittee on Housing and Homelessness Survey
On April 1, 2022, the Indigenous Community Advisory Board (I-CAB) under the Aboriginal Standing Committee on Housing and Homelessness (ASCHH) transitioned our Community Entity from the non-Indigenous Calgary Homeless Foundation to the Stoney Nakoda and Tsuut’ina Tribal Council to allow for more effective autonomy and sovereignty of voice around the needs of Indigenous homelessness and the core housing need in our community. Given this transition and with further funding potential, we are reviewing the Indigenous Community Plan for Calgary. As such, we are sending out this eligibility survey to gain broader feedback to implement into the I-CAB’s revisions.
This survey outlines the Eligibility Activities that have been defined by the Government of Canada. Please review and provide your feedback and comments in regard to what you feel is most important to the Indigenous community and the Indigenous population who relies on the support of the homeless sector.
This survey additionally includes some demographic questions for research purposes, but please note that all of your feedback will be kept confidential, and we will only share the aggregate data to the ASCHH I-CAB and Community Entity.