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Toronto illustrator sends portraits of missing, murdered aboriginal women to Prime Minister… – Toronto Star

January 7, 2015 Toronto illustrator sends portraits of missing, murdered aboriginal women to Prime Minister Stephen Harper Toronto illustrator Evan Munday plans to send a new Twitter portrait of a missing or murdered aboriginal woman to Prime Minister Stephen Harper every day. OTTAWA—A Toronto illustrator has started drawing portraits of missing or murdered aboriginal women […]

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Cultural hub planned for Dufferin County – Orangeville Banner

Jan 6, 2015 What started as a one-day celebration of aboriginal culture in Orangeville is transforming into a resource centre for all walks of life in Dufferin County. Early in 2014, Debbie and Gil Sipkema started planning a local celebration of Aboriginal Day, a national recognition created in 1996 by the Governor General. The event, […]

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Wynne says Harper meeting was positive, but he made no funding commitments – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jan 6, 2015 TORONTO _ Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne received no specific commitments from Prime Minister Stephen Harper at their first face-to-face meeting in more than a year, but being able to meet in person was a step forward, she said. The Conservative prime minister met with the Liberal premier in Toronto on […]

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Bernard Valcourt: A street fighter heads back to the streets – Macleans

January 6, 2015 For the Tory MP—popular in his home province, and armed again with a senior cabinet job—the time for diplomacy with First Nations groups is over Bernard Valcourt occupies one of the most sensitive positions in the federal government, but you wouldn’t know it from listening to him. As minister for Aboriginal affairs […]

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Harper and Wynne have first meeting in more than a year in Toronto – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jan 5, 2015 By Allison Jones THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne met Monday night in Toronto, with the premier calling their first face-to-face talk in more than a year the beginning of a collaborative partnership. The two leaders discussed the quality of First Nations’ […]

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Liberal Aboriginal Affairs critic makes local visit – TbNewsWatch.com

January 6 2015 The Indian Act is getting in the way of progress Carolyn Bennett says. The federal Liberal Aboriginal Affairs critic and MP for Toronto-St. Paul’s thinks the act personifies colonialism and paternalism, an approach that needs to change. “It will take First Nations to come together to decide what would the replacement of […]

by pmnationtalk on January 6, 2015144 Views

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NDP’s Paul Loewenberg takes aim at federal nomination – CBC

Jan 05, 2015 Former provincial candidate supports Suzanne Shawbonquit for provincial nomination Sudbury New Democrat Paul Loewenberg has announced he’s taking a run at federal politics. And, he’s asking his supporters to back Suzanne Shawbonquit in the provincial race. New Democrats will nominate a candidate for that race this Sunday at the United Steelworkers Hall. […]

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Aboriginal representation on 2015 jury rolls to be challenged – CBC

Jan 05, 2015 Lawyer for Clifford Kokopenace says government has “done little or nothing” to correct problems Lawyers in a Gore Bay, Ont. court room are expected to argue Monday that four cases cannot proceed because First Nations people living on reserve are not adequately represented on the jury roll. Those cases could be added to […]

by pmnationtalk on January 5, 2015137 Views

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New community room for Aboriginal patients set to open at Ottawa hospital – 580 CFRA

12/18/2014 A new room will be officially opened Thursday night at The Ottawa Hospital designed to be more welcoming for First Nations, Inuit and Metis patients and their families. Called the Windocage Community Room, meaning “to lend a hand” in Algonquin, the room will hold Aboriginal art and provide a comfortable, safe space for Aboriginal […]

by pmnationtalk on December 19, 2014135 Views

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Betty Ann Lavallée: Valcourt’s approach to missing Aboriginal women is dishonourable – Ottawa Citizen

December 19, 2014 In a recent interview in the Citizen, Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt urged action by First Nations and provincial governments to address the problem of missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls. Everyone can support that. We all need to participate in finding and implementing solutions. But the minister does not want […]

by pmnationtalk on December 19, 2014175 Views

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