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Moore, MacKay just latest losses for federal Conservatives – CBC

May 29, 2015 Next election won’t see John Baird, Christian Paradis, Shelly Glover, Patrick Brown, Diane Ablonczy Industry Minister James Moore is set to follow Justice Minister Peter MacKay and bow out of the upcoming federal election. He’s just the latest in a long line of Conservative cabinet and caucus members stepping down before the […]

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Indigenous students get taste of grad school at McMaster – Daily News

July 14, 2015 The sound of drums, song and celebration filled the Skylight Room in the McMaster Commons earlier this month, as students from across the province, community members, faculty and staff came together to mark the beginning of the Indigenous Undergraduate Summer Research Scholars (IUSRS) program. The IUSRS is a collaborative effort between McMaster’s […]

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Premiers meeting in Labrador to focus on aboriginal issues, Muskrat Falls – CBC

Jul 14, 2015 Premiers from almost every province and territory in Canada are converging in Labrador Tuesday, with an agenda that emphasizes aboriginal issues. Also on the agenda is a tour on Tuesday of the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric megaproject, which is under construction outside Happy Valley-Goose Bay. The premiers are meeting with leaders from different […]

by ahnationtalk on July 14, 201573 Views

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Oil spills affecting fish population – The Gazette

July 14, 2015 New research reveals potential risks to Canada’s aquatic populations. A mixture of bitumen and gasoline-like solvents known as dilbit that flows through Prairie pipelines can seriously harm fish populations, according to research out of Queen’s University and the Royal Military College of Canada. At toxic concentrations, effects of dilbit on exposed fish […]

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Alvin Fiddler Declares for NAN Grand Chief – Net Newsledger

13 July 2015 Muskrat Dam First Nation – Surrounded by family, friends and supporters in his home community of Muskrat Dam First Nation, leader and advocate, Alvin Fiddler, announced his bid for Grand Chief in the 2015 Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Election today. Fiddler, who has over 20 years of leadership experience, serving as NAN […]

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Toronto’s 1st Aboriginal food truck tours the city for Pan Am Games

TORONTO – The Host First Nation of the 2015 Pan Am Games has launched a food truck, and it continues its tour Monday at the provincial legislature. The food truck, You Are Welcome, is hosted by the Mississaugas of New Credit First Nation and is the first of its kind in the city. Read More: […]

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Aboriginal women create hope from loss

Jul 13, 2015 There is a little-known flip side to the requiem for Canada’s missing and murdered aboriginal women. It is a song of resilience. Since 2007, aboriginal women have outperformed every other group in the Canadian labour market. Their employment rate has risen. Their participation rate has gone up. Best of all, they are […]

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Opinion – Shoal Lake #40: The Water Bill is Long Overdue – NetNews Ledger

12 July 2015 THUNDER BAY – OPINION – The small First Nations community of Shoal Lake #40 is located in a lake of the same name just east of the Ontario-Manitoba border and south of the Trans-Canada highway in the Kenora district of northwestern Ontario. In the early part of the 20th century, the city […]

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Six Nations braces for worst as fire department deals with lack of resource

Jul 12, 2015 TORONTO — A string of suspected arsons, inexperienced volunteer staff and a truck ladder that isn’t high enough hasn’t stopped the fire department at Canada’s most populated First Nation from scraping by. But as the Six Nations of the Grand River unit southeast of Brantford grapples with relentless emergency calls, regular staff […]

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Advocacy begins for Aboriginal Peoples’ Court – tbnewswatch

Conversations have begun to bring an Aboriginal Peoples’ Court to Thunder Bay. The Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre is approaching police and legal organizations in hopes of developing a holistic and culturally appropriate environment in which First Nations people can access the justice system. “I believe an Aboriginal Peoples’ Court in Thunder Bay would be […]

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