Structural enablers of well-being include high level legislation, policies or agreements that enable the development of healthy, positive environments for children, youth and families. Health service delivery agreements, governance and land treaties are examples of structural enablers that can support health and overall community well-being.
Indigenous Federal/Provincial/Territorial and Self-Governance
Canadian Indigenous Organizations
3.3.2Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
3.3.3Métis National Council
Protecting Indigenous Children and Youth