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It’s time for Kahnawake to move past divisive politics of ‘marry out, get out’ – The Globe and Mail

Aug. 03, 2015 This summer marks a quarter century since the Oka crisis, with its Mohawk blockades, violence and military standoffs. Recently, a familiar actor from the events of 1990…

Lower Fort Garry powwow commemorates Treaty 1 agreement – CBC

Aug 03, 2015 ‘This is part of my history … because this is where Treaty 1 was signed’ says Cree elder Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site hosted its annual…

Wet’suwet’en First Nation & Yinka Dene Economic Development Ltd Partnership 2015 Annual General Meeting

Press Releases Wet’suwet’en First Nation & Yinka Dene Economic Development Ltd Partnership Invites you to the 2015 Annual General Meeting NECI’GEH BEYIKH HALL | Burns Lake, BC JULY 29TH, 2015,…

BC’s remote Kwadacha Nation still without police, chief says – The Globe and Mail

Aug. 03, 2015 A $1.4-million RCMP detachment that was built in the remote First Nations community of Kwadacha remains largely unused, as the band’s request for a full-time police presence…

First Nations Resources Program a Shared Education Project – Net Newsledger

30 July 2015 THUNDER BAY – EDUCATION – The First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program (FNNRYEP) has more than 55 participants learning about archaeology, geography, dendrology, sustainable energy sources,…

Downtown rally to support pipeline blockade through First Nations territory – The Vancouver Observer

Jul 30th, 2015 An escalating conflict in traditional wilderness territory is unfolding in near real time through YouTube, Twitter and Facebook, culminating this week in a July 30 rally. The…

First Nations tribal council suspends Okanagan sockeye salmon fishery – The Globe and Mail

Jul. 29, 2015 The tribal council representing eight First Nation communities in British Columbia’s Okanagan has suspended the area’s recreational and commercial sockeye salmon fishery – and says a full…

Housing program from Xolhemet changing lives in Chilliwack – Chilliwack Progress

Jul 28, 2015 People sometimes couch-surf at Melvin Henry’s place, just to have somewhere to stay for the night. What a turn-around. Henry, 56, remembers when all he needed was…

Government of Canada Invests in Upgraded Water System for Cowichan Tribes

Improved infrastructure to benefit 23 homes for the BC First Nation July 28, 2015 – Cowichan Tribes, BC – Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada The Honourable John Duncan, Member…

First of its kind: Six Nations celebrates aboriginal Pride – Hamilton Spectator

July 27, 2015 Event believed to be the first official First Nations Pride event in Canada Canada’s first on-reserve aboriginal Pride event started with a question from a nine-year-old girl.…

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