A joint government-aboriginal panel made 25 recommendations in April to help First Nations and Metis people get training and find jobs.
New Democrat Trent Wotherspoon says the only idea the government has followed through on is driver education programs for students who go to schools on reserves.
Wotherspoon says that's not enough to close the employment gap between aboriginal and non-aboriginal people.
Education Minister Don Morgan says some of the recommendations, like driver training and more money for adult basic education, could be acted on right away.
Morgan says other ideas are in the works, but it will take time because there are some challenges like geography and overlapping jurisdiction with Ottawa.