The Praxis Indigenous Panel serves as a platform to gain an Indigenous perspective on policies, programs, services, and current events. It is an opportunity for Indigenous people to share their ideas, opinions, thoughts, and concerns.
Over 1.6 million of Canada’s population identifies as Indigenous, yet the collective Indigenous voice is often silent at decision-making tables. Imagine how powerful it would be to have an Indigenous perspective on the issues of the day.
The Praxis Indigenous Panel allows Indigenous and non-Indigenous entities to poll individuals on their opinions. Panel members consist of participants from across Canada who are First Nation, Inuit, or Métis and have signed up to participate in relevant surveys.
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Inuit, or Métis?
We invite you to become part of this unique panel to share your opinions, thoughts and concerns. The first 1,000 people to join will be entered into a draw to win an iPad.Join the Panel
Indigenous Perspectives on the Pope's apology
This survey explored Indigenous impressions of the Pope's apology.
Survey Completed: Tuesday, April 26 through Tuesday, May 03, 2022
Indigenous Perspectives on Police Services
This survey explored Indigenous impressions of police services.
Survey Completed: Friday, December 11 through Wednesday, Jan 13, 2021
Indigenous Perspectives on Municipal Politics
This survey explored municipal issues of greatest importance to Indigenous people in the lead up to the municipal election.
Survey Completed: Tuesday, September 22 through Sunday, Oct 11, 2020
Indigenous Perspectives on Reconciliation
This survey explored the impact of reconciliation on Indigenous peoples and their communities.
Survey Completed: Thursday, July 23 through Wednesday, Aug 26, 2020
Northern Indigenous Perspectives on the Pandemic Response
This survey examined various issues of concern to Indigenous peoples as they navigate restrictions and challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. The recruitment was focused on Northern SK residents, although Indigenous participants anywhere in the province were welcome to participate.
Survey Completed: Sunday, June 07 through Monday, Jun 22, 2020
The Impact of COVID-19 on Indigenous Education
This survey examined the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Indigenous education.
Indigenous educators and parents were interviewed to determine the extent the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their learning environment.
Survey Completed: Friday, April 24 through Sunday, May 10, 2020
Indigenous Perspectives on COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to impact Indigenous communities for the foreseeable future. This survey examined various issues of particular concern to Indigenous peoples.
Opinions on government leadership and general issues of concern regarding the early COVID-19 response were explored.