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BC hires consultant to help with Sechelt band dock feud – The Globe and Mail

Aug. 17, 2015 The British Columbia government has hired a former aboriginal relations and reconciliation minister to help solve a long-simmering feud on the Sunshine Coast over the proposed regulation…

North Slave Métis filing lawsuit over NWT Métis Nation claim – Northern Journal

August 17, 2015 What was a milestone for one Métis group of the Northwest Territories has become an alleged roadblock for another. On July 31, the NWT Métis Nation (NWTMN),…

BC First Nations chiefs release compensation for past fiscal year – The Globe and Mail

Aug. 17, 2015 More than a dozen First Nations chiefs in British Columbia made more than $100,000 in compensation in the most recent fiscal year, according to reports filed under…

Historic treaty signed among 10 First Nations and tribes in Banff – CBC

Since the founding of Canada, the common practice is for treaties to be signed between First Nations and the federal government, but that wasn’t always the case. On Thursday, First…

Ontario First Nation election offers lessons in democracy, transparency – CBC

Aug 17, 2015 New Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug chief makes community healing, accountability top priority A remote First Nation in northern Ontario is providing a model for how government accountability and transparency…

The Right Honourable Paul Martin Joining Rebecca Chartrand For Campaign Kick-off in Cross Lake

Press Releases CROSS LAKE, MANITOBA–(Aug. 16, 2015) – Rebecca Chartrand, Liberal candidate for Churchill-Keewatinook Aski, will be hosting a campaign kick-off event featuring the Right Hon. Paul Martin in Cross…

FN education promises ‘good news’ – StarPhoenix

August 17, 2015 First Nations students have been “shortchanged ” for decades, so education officials are glad to hear the issue raised during this federal election campaign. “We welcome the…

National chiefs echo Manitoba First Nations’ stance on flood diversion plan – CBC

Aug 14, 2015 ‘We need immediate action to help the evacuees and victims,’ Assembly of First Nations chief says The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) has joined the chorus of…

Semiahmoo First Nation Media Statement Regarding: Financial Transparency Act Publication of Salaries for 2013-2014

Press Releases VANCOUVER, Aug. 15, 2015 – There has been a lot of interest in Semiahmoo First Nation and our leaders in recent days following publication of salaries in 2013-14…

Safe and Clean Water Must be a Priority – Ontario Regional Chief Day – Net Newsledger

14 August 2015 Fort William First Nation – Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day is calling on the Federal Party Leaders to address the lack of clean and safe water in…

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