Indigenous Peoples’ Commission

Policy Development Process

The Indigenous Peoples’ Commission (IPC) is actively involved in the Liberal Party’s policy development process.  The IPC drives the development of the Party’s Indigenous platform and so reflects the direction of Indigenous members, including First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples.

Top 6 IPC Policies that will go to next phase of Liberal Party of Canada Policy Process

PDF version: IPC Top Six Policies 2018 EN FR 010082018 FINAL


IPC Policy Development Process 2017-2018 

Information on 2017 Policy Resolutions Selection, Discussion and Voting Processing will take place here. Please remember you must be a registered Liberal to participate. If you are First Nation, Metis or Inuit please be sure to check off that you are Indigenous through the registration process. For more information feel free to e-mail us.









The resolutions presented are the product of the conversations with hundreds of people across the country. Thanks to everyone who shared your thoughts and your vision for a way forward. We hope these resolutions can be part of the process to building a new relationship, one based on respectful partnership, and mutual respect.

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Learn more about how the LPC Policy Process works leading up to the Halifax Convention 2018.


View a summary of existing policies of the Liberal Party of Canada with respect to Indigenous peoples:

Indigenous Peoples’ Commission Resolutions Passed at 2016 LPC Biennial Convention: IPC_Passed_PolicyResolutions_2016LPCBiennialConvention


Indigenous Peoples’ Commission Resolutions Passed at 2014 LPC Biennial Convention: IPC_Passed_PolicyResolutions_2014LPCBiennialConvention

Aboriginal Peoples’ Commission (Now Indigenous Peoples’ Commission) Resolutions passed at Liberal Party of Canada Biennial conventions from 1992 to 2005: APC_Policy_2005