The Social Affairs Commission wrote to the premier of Quebec asking for a negotiation process that would ensure Mohawks’ rights and the setting up of a commission to oversee friendly relations between Natives and Whites in resolving the Oka situation.
The Social Affairs Commission wrote to the prime minister asking for the immediate setting up of a negotiation process to ensure rights of Mohawks and a mechanism to find just solutions for claims (land rights and self-government) of Aboriginal nations across Canada.
A CCCB Plenary Assembly session was entitled After Oka. There was a proposal by the Social Affairs Commission to prepare an information kit to serve as an education tool concerning Native issues.
The chair of the Social Affairs Commission appealed to the Mohawks, the Quebec Government and the Federal Government for immediate peaceful solutions in the Oka situation, including removal of barricades, refraining from use of armed intervention, and pursuit of a just settlement of the Mohawk claims.