"The Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative’s (MAEI) mission is to improve elementary and secondary school education outcomes for Aboriginal Canadians through the implementation of specific programs and the application of appropriate research."
Bent Arrow is a non-profit organization that provides unique programs and services to Edmonton’s urban Aboriginal population. The organization was created in 1994 when Brad and Shauna Seneca identified the need for programming for Aboriginal children and families based in traditional Indigenous values and teachings. Today, Bent Arrow’s Mission remains to “build on the strengths of Aboriginal children, youth, and their families to enable them to develop spiritually, emotionally, physically, and mentally so they can walk proudly in both the Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities.”
A financial literacy strategy for Māori was developed by the Commission for Financial Literacy and Retirement Income. Originally released in late 2010, the strategy was updated in 2012. The strategy is closely aligned with the National Strategy in terms of its overall vision and the definition of financial literacy. However, the focus and target audience is specifically Māori.
The draft Pacific framework is closely aligned with the National Strategy in terms of its overall vision and the definition of financial literacy. However, the focus and target audience is specifically Pacific people.