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First of its kind: Six Nations celebrates aboriginal Pride – Hamilton Spectator

July 27, 2015 Event believed to be the first official First Nations Pride event in Canada Canada’s first on-reserve aboriginal Pride event started with a question from a nine-year-old girl. Six Nations resident Myka Burning was chatting with her daughter, Meryk, about what it means to be a member of the LGBTQ community and this […]

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This election, the question is: Does Harper deserve another term? – The Globe and Mail

Jul. 27, 2015 Gerald Caplan is an Africa scholar, former NDP national director and regular panelist on CBC’s Power and Politics. As every political insider will tell you, the real purpose of all campaigning is to establish the ballot question – that is, what each of us should be thinking when we actually vote. For […]

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Missing aboriginal women a scandal – Guelph Mercury

July 27, 2015 As a student at Rockwood Centennial Public School, I learned a lot this past school year about aboriginal peoples and how they have been, and are being treated. We learned about the thousands of missing and murdered women. Did you know there are over 2,000 missing aboriginal women and girls in Canada? […]

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Greenstone Gold meets off-reserve members – Tbnewswatch.com

THUNDER BAY — Premier Gold Mines has penned relationships with First Nations in the Greenstone area but off-reserve members in Thunder Bay got their first chance to meet with the larger joint company on Friday. Since Premier signed land use and revenue sharing agreements with Long Lake #58, Aroland and Ginoogaming First Nations, the company […]

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No light — lots of heat — on troubled CBC – Hamilton Spectator

July 27, 2015 The Senate is so thoroughly discredited that its blueprint for the CBC was destined for oblivion before it was released last week. It is just as well. The 63-page report by a 10-member Senate committee is a shoddy piece of work — poorly researched, internally contradictory, short on vision. It accurately reflects […]

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Study to look into First Nations cancer claims – Alberni Valley News

Jul 24, 2015 Some First Nations communities in Ontario and Manitoba have complained for years about what they call an unusually high rate of cancer among their members. Now a new study, funded by Health Canada and conducted by a group of University of Toronto researchers, will look into those claims. The research will focus […]

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A New Park for Lake Superior – Canoe & Kayak Magazine

July 24, 2015 With the Apostle Islands, Isle Royale and Pictured Rocks, the U.S. shoreline of Lake Superior is no slouch when it comes to wilderness sea kayaking. But truth be told, the Canadian side is bigger, wilder and more stunning. Simply put, its 600 miles of primarily wilderness shoreline, complete with soaring cliffs, secluded […]

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Webequie joins the North Star club – NOB

7/24/2015 Thunder Bay’s North Star Air announced it has signed a “strategic business agreement” with Webequie First Nation. Webequie joins nine other First Nation communities in an alliance with the regional passenger and freight carrier. The other communities are Muskrat Dam, Sachigo Lake, Cat Lake, Deer Lake, Neskantaga, North Caribou Lake, Bearskin Lake, Kashechewan and […]

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Canada’s Ministers of Energy and Mines Announce Priorities for Upcoming Year – Mining Life

Jul 24, 2015 The federal, provincial, and territorial ministers responsible for energy and mines met in Halifax, Nova Scotia earlier this week and announced significant progress supporting enhanced economic growth, energy security, innovation, Aboriginal engagement and environmental protection and performance with the objective of further increasing the environmentally responsible development of natural resources across our […]

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Powwow chance to share native culture in Sudbury – Sudbury Star

July 24, 2015 Ryan Byrne, For The Sudbury Star If you happen to get a whiff of sweet grass and bannock this weekend while passing through Naughton, that’s because the 27th Atikameksheng Anishnawbek traditional gathering is underway. The annual powwow will take place on Saturday and Sunday starting at noon, and will offer authentic native […]

by ahnationtalk on July 24, 2015222 Views

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