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MAR 11TH SINCE TIME BEGAN CANADA TRC FINAL REPORT IN TRUTH WE TRUST 2017 ADE
UNDERSTANDING THE LANGUAGE OF GENOCIDE
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ABORIGINAL HEALING FOUNDATION FINAL REPORT
CLOSURE OF AHF CAUSES CHAOS IN FUNDING
["But less than two years after Prime Minister Harper's apology for the Canadian government's role in administering the IRS system, AHF funding has not been renewed in Canada's 2010 budget, leaving 134 foundation-funded healing projects across the country unable to properly continue. In many cases, organizations will be forced to close their doors as of tomorrow (March 31, 2010) when the cuts take effect ... Among the organizations that will be affected by the cuts is the Native Women's Shelter of Montreal (NWSM). The shelter will lose one third of it's funding, and three employees will lose their jobs: a program co-ordinator, a sexual assault counsellor, and a clinical supervisor. The shelter had been receiving funds for the last 10 years."]
Throughout its operation the Aboriginal Healing Foundation received $515 million from the Government of Canada. The Foundation also generated $537,146,681 in interest on this funding which was further used to fund community projects. In 2010 funding for the Aboriginal Healing Foundation was cut by Stephen Harper's conservative government. This cut in funding resulted in the closure of the Foundation in 2014. It also resulted in the discontinuation of funding to many community based healing initiatives and the closure of many healing programs regionally in Canada. Following the closure of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation its research library, records, and archives were donated to the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre at Algoma University.