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An indigenous guide to the 2015 federal election – CBC

Aug 06, 2015 Who are the indigenous candidates and what are the parties offering indigenous voters? Since Conservative Angus Mckay — who was Métis — became the first indigenous person…

Nunavik community to test its waterfront after fuel spill – Nunatsiaq News

Ivujivik has sent it first batch of samples from its coastline for testing, following a fuel spill in Nunavik’s northernmost community. The goal is to determine how much the Aug.…

Indian Act Rules on Status Declared Discriminatory: The Abenaki Win a Historic Victory

Press Releases Wôlinak, Québec, August 6, 2015 – The discrimination based on gender that Indian woman and their descendants suffered from in the past concerning registration (“Indian status”) has continued…

AFN chief pushing First Nations people to cast votes this fall – News Talk 650

Aug 6, 2015 Chief says national inquiry into indigenous women should be an election issue Whether it’s Stephen Harper, Justin Trudeau, Thomas Mulcair or Elizabeth May, Assembly of First Nations…

Gwichya Gwich’in members turning to petitions, courts to appeal election – Northern Journal

August 3, 2015 Members of the Gwichya Gwich’in Band (GGB) of Tsiigehtchic are continuing to appeal the community’s recent election, in which the incumbent chief was acclaimed to his position…

Conservatives ‘throw stones in a glass house’ on First Nations transparency, chief says – CBC

Aug 05, 2015 ‘It’s like a boomerang, it’s going to come back to them,” Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day says The majority of First Nations in Ontario did not meet last…

Kitselas and Kitsumkalum sign preliminary treaty agreements – Terrace Standard

Aug 4, 2015 The Kitsumkalum and Kitselas can now formally advance into the final stages of their treaty negotiations with the federal and provincial governments thanks to agreements in principle…

Kitsumkalum, British Columbia and Canada celebrate Agreement-in-Principle

Press Releases August 4, 2015 Kitsumkalum First Nation and the governments of B.C. and Canada have reached a major milestone in the B.C. treaty process with the signing of an…

Northwest Territory Métis Nation signs agreement-in-principle – CBC

AIP will give Nation $69.4M, ownership of 25,194 square kilometres of land Aug 04, 2015 The Northwest Territory Métis Nation has signed a land and resources agreement-in-principle with the federal…

Earthship’ rising on Six Nations – Hamilton Spectator

As it stands, Skyler and Tahnee Williams’ dream home consists of tires, concrete and dirt. But make no mistake — the building, located in Six Nations, won’t skimp on luxury.…

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