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You don’t need to be the big chief to make change’ – Concordia

June 9, 2015 16 Aboriginal graduates celebrate their success at Concordia Proud parents, elders, siblings, professors, mentors — June 3 saw a full house come out to the Aboriginal Student…

Six Nations woman dons ceremonial dress for Mac convocation – Hamilton Spectator

June 10, 2015-06-11 Christa Jonathan, a Sociology student at McMaster University and a member of Six Nations, crossed the stage at her convocation in a traditional ribbon dress, customarily worn…

Chiefs in Manitoba hire child advocate to oversee province’s First Nation kids – APTN

June 8, 2015 The Assembly of Manitoba chiefs are vying to take the province’s into its own hands. This comes on the heels of a brutal attack on a 15…

Six Nations woman dons ceremonial dress for Mac convocation – Hamilton Spectator

June 8, 2015 Jules Koostachin raises Indiegogo funds to commemorate Cree student who fought for better schools For Jules Koostachin, attending school in inner-city Ottawa was a bit of nightmare.…

Anishinabek Nation meets with Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry to advance priorities – Anishinabek News

May 27, 2015 TORONTO  (May 27, 2015) – The Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Patrick Wedaseh Madahbee and the Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry Bill Mauro met today at…

Who owns Canada’s natural resources? – Resource World Magazine

FIRST NATIONS have turned the tables as a result of their hard-won legal empowerment in the resources sector. They have asserted their constitutionally protected rights in Canadian courts and have…

Controversial LNG energy project faces environmental review – The Globe and Mail

May. 18, 2015 The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency has restarted its review of Pacific NorthWest LNG after an 11-week delay, putting the regulator in a position to issue a draft…

Environmental risks of LNG terminal not worth a billion dollars, says BC First Nation – Ecolog.com

5/15/2015 If $1.15 billion aren’t enough to satisfy the Lax Kw’alaams First Nation, it’s likely that money isn’t the issue. The Lax Kw’alaams made international headlines the week of May…

Documentary shines spotlight on controversial environment bill – APTN

APTN National News A new documentary is shining a spotlight on a federal bill the Harper government passed in 2012. Part of the bill overwrites the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act…

Environment dwarfs financial merit in LNG deal for BC First Nations – The Globe and Mail

May. 08 2015 For the Lax Kw’alaams in British Columbia, Thursday’s decision turned out to be simple – the environmental risks of a massive liquefied natural gas project far outweighed…

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