There are currently four Northwest Aboriginal Interagency Committees (AIC), located in Grande Prairie, High Level, High Prairie and Peace River.  AICs meet monthly as follows:

Grande Prairie: 4th Tuesday of the month
High Level: 1st Tuesday of the month
High Prairie: 2nd Tuesday of the month
Peace River: 3rd Tuesday of the month

Values & Beliefs:

  • Involve all people race, color, creed – that come together in a safe and caring environment.
  • Respect the equality and dignity of individuals and agencies
Practice respect, confidentially and integrity.
  • Act with honesty, kindness, compassion and discretion.
  • Work together in partnership with other agencies and communities to promote the 
traditions, values and culture of Aboriginal people
  • Honour the seven teachings: courage, honesty, humility, love, respect, strength, wisdom.

Vision:
To promote unity, respect, tradition, values and culture of the Aboriginal people for the well being of our communities.

Mission:
Work together to promote awareness in the community, identify issues, lobby for resolution and provide agencies and government bodies with feedback on the Aboriginal perspective(s).

Goals:
Community:
  To focus on all children, youth, adults, and elders in our community.
Resources:  
Identify the collective resources and integrate them to achieve our vision.
Bridging the Gaps:  
To increase awareness of Aboriginal traditions, values, and culture within our community.
Advocacy:
  To advocate for individuals, organizations & groups requiring supports.
Health and Wellness:
  To promote an environment where all people can build holistic individual, family and community wellness through feelings, body, mind and spirit.
Education for All:
  To provide information and resources that enable individuals to make healthy decisions for themselves, their families and their community.
Justice:
  To recognize and promote Aboriginal participation in establishing resolutions of judicial issues.