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Jordan Bateman: Aboriginals deserve good financial governance – National Post

June 27, 2015 In the ongoing effort to bring transparency and accountability to Canada’s hundreds of aboriginal governments, the name Wayne Louie should be remembered. Wayne is a member of…

Province partners with Siksika First Nation to bolster small businesses – Calgary Herald

June 26, 2015 Small businesses and the community in general at Siksika First Nation will be the winners in a new financial partnership between the reserve, the Alberta government and Indian Business Corp.…

Saskatchewan First Nation brews up Tim Hortons franchise – Globalnews.ca

June 27, 2015 FORT QU’APPELLE, Sask. – New business is brewing on a Saskatchewan reserve by Fort Qu’Appelle. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Monday as Little Black Bear First Nation…

Sixties Scoop apology ‘brings hope,’ Manitoba survivor says – CBC

Apology without change ‘meaningless’ says head of Truth and Reconciliation Commission Jun 18, 2015 A small drum circle formed and a prayer was offered ahead of Manitoba’s official apology to…

Business Leaders Work On First Nation Library Project – Nanaimo Business News

18 June 2015 The Young Professionals of Nanaimo (YPN) and Herold Engineering have announced they are teaming up to help build a new library in the traditional Snuneymuxw territory. The…

Public editor: Inclusivity important when writing about indigenous issues – The Globe and Mail

Jun. 17, 2015 A constant challenge for all journalists is to be as knowledgeable as you can possibly be on whatever subject you are covering. The more you know, the…

Assault victim was “great mother”, says sister – The Chronicle Journal

June 18, 2015 The sister of the 22-year-old assault victim who died in hospital Wednesday afternoon describes her as being a great mother. Thunder Bay Police Service confirmed that Larissa…

Nova Scotia using stale data, not tracking gambling programs … – Global

Nova Scotia using stale data, not tracking gambling programs: Auditor general June 17, 2015 HALIFAX – Few problem gamblers are using government programs, the province isn’t tracking program effectiveness and…

3 First Nations mull court action to stop Algonquins of Ontario … – APTN

June 18, 2015 3 First Nations mull court action to stop Algonquins of Ontario modern treaty Three Algonquin First Nations are contemplating court action to stop the Algonquins of Ontario’s…

Aboriginal activist claims vindication in $20,000 ruling against feds – CTV

June 9, 2015 OTTAWA – An aboriginal child welfare advocate says she has been vindicated by a recent ruling from the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, which found a government official…

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