Aboriginal Housing Forum 2010 Ottawa

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Report Code: ABP10634. November, 2010. Ottawa, ON

ARTICLE I

Effective Project Management and Leadership

Jean-McIsaac-Wiitala
Executive Director
Metis Nation of Ontario Housing Investments Inc.

ARTICLE II

Choosing the Right Construction Implementation Process

Jason Neepin
Director Housing and Sustainable Development
Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte

ARTICLE III

Pre-Purchase Home Inspections on Resale or New Homes

Bill Sutherland
President
Canadian Association of Home & Property Inspectors

ARTICLE IV

Community Infrastructure, Social Development and Quality of Life

Douglas J. Cardinal
Douglas Cardinal Architect Inc.

ARTICLE V

Collateralize What You Got – A Primer on New Ways to Take Your Aboriginal Property Rights to the Banks

Suzanne Leclair
National Director and Legal Counsel, Major Transaction Group
Commerical Division, First Canadian Title

ARTICLE VI

Relieving the Energy Burden in Existing Housing

Jason Neepin
Director Housing and Sustainable Development
Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte

ARTICLE VII

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Housing in Non-Reserve Areas

Charles Taiowisakarere Hill
Executive Director
National Aboriginal Housing Association

ARTICLE VIII

Aboriginal Capacity Development Being Your First Nations Towards Self-Sufficiency in Housing

Sam Bedwash
Capital Manage
Constance Lake First Nation

ARTICLE IX

A Discussion of Housing Indicators from the IPY Inuit Health Survey 2007-2008

Katherine Minich, MHSc
Co-author: Dr. Grace Egeland
Centre for Indigenous Peoples’ Nutrition and Environment
McGill University

ARTICLE X

Public-Private Partnerships – Build Infrastructure Better

Jamey Burr
Director
PPP Canada Inc.

ARTICLE XI

Aboriginal Supportive Housing Model – Mental Health and Addiction

Dave Noganosh
President, Reva Jewell Aboriginal Supportive Housing
Consultant, Urban Rez Solutions

ARTICLE XII

A hand up for families in need

Jayshree Thakar
National Manager, Aboriginal Housing Program
Habitat for Humanity Canada