AHRDAAboriginal Human Resource Development Agreement (Canada)
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(82) Interestingly, in its decision in Misquadis v Canada (Attorney General), (83) the Federal Court of Appeal came to the opposite conclusion about the exclusion of groups not affiliated with the Assembly of First Nations, the Metis National Council, or the Inuit Tapirisat of Canada (i.e., non-status or off-reserve Indian organizations) with regards to their status as signatories to Aboriginal Human Resources Development Agreements (AHRDAs).
Gladue said the MNA had plans and partnerships in place even before signing the new, five-year AHRDA. They also had statistics to prove concrete results.
MNA's Bruce Gladue is the only other person in the organization working full-time on the AHRDA, Lorne Gladue said, although they also use the resources of the labor market development unit and its project officer in Zone 4 (Edmonton).