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Canada’s image hurt by oilsands duck deaths: PM – CTV

Canada’s image hurt by oilsands duck deaths: PM

Updated Fri. May. 2 2008 8:47 AM ET
The Canadian Press

EDMONTON — Alberta is under heavy pressure to strengthen its environmental standards as the fallout from the death of 500 ducks in a toxic wastewater pond gets stickier than the province’s oilsands.

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20080502/oilsands_standards_080502/20080502/

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Aid slow to reach reserve – The North Bay Nugget

Aid slow to reach reserve

Posted By Chelsey Romain

After a fourth evacuation in as many years, Kashechewan Chief Jonathan Solomon said his community is not even close to receiving the aid it needs, or that was promised.

http://www.nugget.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1013105

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The Black Diamond tackling emotional story; First play as resident … – Peterborough Examiner

The Black Diamond tackling emotional story; First play as resident theatre company

Posted By WERNER BERGEN

How people relate to each other but somehow miss the connection is how Mysterious Entity artistic director Em Glasspool describes her play The Black Diamond.

http://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1013274

by NationTalk on May 3, 2008605 Views

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‘You do what you feel is right’; Trent honours community leaders – Peterborough Examiner

‘You do what you feel is right’; Trent honours community leaders

Posted By JAMES NEELEY

The setting – a barn – was perfect to honour the humbled inaugural recipients of the Trent University Community Leadership Awards last night.

http://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1013176

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More birds died in toxic Alberta oilsands ponds than reported – Standard Freeholder

More birds died in toxic Alberta oilsands ponds than reported

Posted By John Cotter

The 500 ducks that died this week in a toxic wastewater pond represent only a fraction of the number of birds that die every year in Alberta’s oilsands region, experts say.

http://www.standard-freeholder.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1012362

by NationTalk on May 3, 2008644 Views

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Outside Looking In

Outside Looking In is an organization that gives First Nation youth an opportunity to show who they are and share their stories through dance, music and film. Drawing inspiration from life on the reserve, each dancer has a unique story to tell about facing challenges and following their dreams.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008645 Views

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Outside Looking In

Outside Looking In is an organization that gives First Nation youth an opportunity to show who they are and share their stories through dance, music and film. Drawing inspiration from life on the reserve, each dancer has a unique story to tell about facing challenges and following their dreams.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008511 Views

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Great Success for Quebec First Nations’ Delegation at the UN – “Canada has lost all credibility” – Ghislain Picard

NEW YORK, NY, May 2 – At the end of the 7th session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, the Chief of the Assembly of First Nations of Quebec and Labrador (AFNQL), Ghislain Picard, gives it top marks. He says he is extremely satisfied of the outcome resulting from the participation of an important delegation of Quebec First Nations representatives. “By increasing our interventions and meetings, we have been able to give a clear picture of First Nations’ situation in Canada. Today, the Canadian Government has lost all credibility in this respect on the international scene”, Chief Picard declared.

by NationTalk on May 2, 20081093 Views

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Renewed Relationship Benefits Clayoquot Sound

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2008ARR0012-000689
May 2, 2008

Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation

VICTORIA – The Province is providing $700,000 to five Nuu-chah-nulth Central Region First Nations to renew an interim measures extension agreement (IMEA) that promotes collaborative management of Clayoquot Sound on Vancouver Island, Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation Minister Michael de Jong announced today.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008978 Views

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Conservatives’ Position on Rights an Embarrassment on the World Stage

May 2, 2008

OTTAWA – The Conservative government is hiding behind bogus arguments to defend its betrayal of Canada’s Aboriginal peoples, Liberal Indian Affairs Critic Anita Neville said today.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008869 Views

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Western Canadian Music Awards (WCMA) Deadline Extension

May 1, 2008

Due to an overwhelming response of submissions, the deadline for applications for the WCMA Artistic Awards, Industry Awards, and Festival showcases has been extended to May 15, 2008. By May 15, at 5:00 pm (CT), all submissions should be submitted through Sonicbids.com/wcma for consideration.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008896 Views

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Province Provides $1.3 million to Non-profit Organizations Benefiting Albertans

May 2, 2008

Edmonton… Non-profit organizations that connect community volunteers, provide early childhood development opportunities and deliver specialized counseling programs are among 29 recipients of $1.3 million in provincial grants.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008802 Views

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Just Released – Children’s Mental Health Ontario Evidence Based Practices Consultation Paper

Executive Summary

Over the past twenty years, progress in the identification of effective treatment interventions has raised service standards in the child, youth, and family mental health sector. The emerging benchmark is the delivery of evidence-based, empirically supported (see glossary) service delivery models that result in positive clinical outcomes for participants. As a leader in the field, Children’s Mental Health Ontario (CMHO) plans to take a proactive role in this transformation through its Accreditation Program and the development of the CMHO Evidence-Based Practice Technical Assistance Centre. This consultation paper is intended to frame this vision and to engage our stakeholders in the process of moving forward together toward its realization.

by NationTalk on May 2, 20081119 Views

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Spirit Pole begins Historic Journey across BC

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2008TSA0039-000678
May 2, 2008

Ministry of Tourism, Sport and the Arts

VICTORIA – A unique art project expected to engage as many as 10,000 British Columbians in a celebration of Aboriginal heritage and BC150 was launched during the Spirit of Cowichan Days, announced Tourism, Sport and the Arts Minister Stan Hagen and Cowichan 2008 board chair Cal Swustus.

by NationTalk on May 2, 20081192 Views

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Tribeca All Access Congratulates its 2008 Creative Promise Award Winners

On April 25, 2008, at the Tribeca All Access Awards at Buddakan in New York City, the Tribeca Film Festival, presented by American Express, along with the Tribeca Film Institute announced the following 2008 Tribeca All Access Creative Promise Award winners.

by NationTalk on May 2, 20081147 Views

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Acknowledgements OFNYPC 5th Annual Youth Symposium – March 2008

May 2, 2008

The Ontario First Nations Young Peoples Council would like to acknowledge and thank all the youth, Elders, volunteers, workshop presenters, special guests and organizers for your contribution to make our 5th Annual Youth Symposium on the Environment a success. Your active participation and support made the symposium a memorable gathering.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008907 Views

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Alberta first nation wants duck probe – Globe and Mail

Alberta first nation wants duck probe

The Canadian Press
May 1, 2008 at 11:59 AM EDT

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. — Aboriginals who live near the Alberta oil-sands site where 500 ducks died in a toxic pond want a federal inquiry on how to protect migratory birds, fish stocks and species at risk.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080501.wducks0501/BNStory/National/

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008768 Views

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Police vehicles missing: Audit – Toronto Star

Police vehicles missing: Audit
Kanesatake spending has Day `concerned’

May 01, 2008 04:30 AM

MONTREAL–A forensic audit of the Kanesatake Mohawk Police Service questions $34 million in spending over two years and the disappearance of five Tasers and six police vehicles.

http://www.thestar.com/article/420285

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008682 Views

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Ontario to gather race data for pupils – Toronto Star

Ontario to gather race data for pupils
Some groups will be stigmatized, critics say

May 01, 2008 04:30 AM
Joan Walters
Torstar news service

The Ontario government is quietly laying the groundwork to collect ethnic, racial and other diversity data on two million elementary and secondary students in a controversial plan not yet made public.

http://www.thestar.com/article/420254

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008751 Views

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Speakers Address Future Role of Permanent Forum in Ensuring Indigenous Rights Given Equal Weight with Other Human Rights Issues

1 May 2008
Economic and Social Council
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Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Seventh Session
13th & 14th Meetings (AM & PM)

Hears from Economic and Social Affairs Head, General Assembly President

As the seventh annual session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues neared its close today, delegates discussed the future role the 16‑member body could play in ensuring that the question of indigenous human rights was on par with other human rights issues, with many voicing hope that the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples would lend new ammunition to their cause.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008772 Views

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And the Award of Excellence in Anti-racism Goes To …

Program working with foreign-trained agricultural graduates and Head Tax Redress activists tie for Award of Excellence in anti-racism
Special fund for redress research to be created in honour of the Chinese Canadian community

Calgary, AB, May 1, 2008: A program run by Le Carrefour BLE, called Agrippez-vous!, which assists foreign-trained graduates to integrate into the agricultural food industry in Québec, and the campaign to get an apology and redress for the Chinese Head Tax by the Chinese Canadian National Council (CCNC), acknowledging the role of other organizations and individuals in the Chinese Canadian community, will share the Award of Excellence in anti-racism title given to organizations for anti-racism initiatives. The awards program which is presented biennially by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) were handed out tonight in Calgary. Each of the winning organizations will share a prize award of $10,000.

by NationTalk on May 2, 20082170 Views

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Strahl’s UN ‘Publicity Stunt’ ignores Growing Condemnation in Canada Education Leaders Denounce School Failings

2008-05-02

The NDP are dismissing Chuck Strahl’s visit to the United Nations as a cynical attempt to divert attention from the growing backlash against the Conservative government’s policies towards First Nations’ human rights and education. Strahl’s speech, which highlighted educational progress, came as education leaders in Canada were denouncing an educational “apartheid” system in Canada.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008982 Views

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Canadian Council for The Arts – Grants Deadlines

Capacity Building Initiative: Annual Support for Aboriginal Administrative Artistic Practices (Pilot)
Last updated 08-2006
Application Deadline 15 May 2008

Aboriginal Peoples Collaborative Exchange: National and International Project Grants
Last updated 05-2006
Application Deadline 15 May and 15 November 2008

by NationTalk on May 2, 20081001 Views

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Press Conference on Indigenous Forum

1 May 2008

Indigenous peoples intended to seek more active participation in the work on climate change issues, leading to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen next year and beyond, the Chair of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, told correspondents at a Headquarters press conference today.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008881 Views

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Press Conference by Canada’s Minister for Indian Affairs and Northern Development

1 May 2008

Aboriginal rights in Canada were not ignored, but actually lauded and enshrined in the Constitution, the country’s Minister for Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians, said today.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008972 Views

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Phase One of the Caribou Survey of Northern Herds Completed

Environment and Conservation
May 2, 2008

The Honourable Charlene Johnson, Minister of Environment and Conservation, today announced the results of phase one of the census for caribou populations found on the northern portion of the island, including the Gregory Plateau, Gros Morne, Northern Peninsula, St. Anthony, Hodges Hills and Hampton Downs herds. The population estimate is approximately 10,400 caribou in the survey area, which encompasses all areas north of the Trans-Canada Highway from Corner Brook to Halls Bay and a portion of the area north of Grand Falls-Windsor east to the Bay of Exploits.

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Learning Partnership Helps Meet Demand for Skilled Labour

News Release – May 2, 2008

The Government of Saskatchewan and the Dumont Technical Institute (DTI) have partnered to ensure Métis people have training opportunities that will allow them to share the benefits of the province’s thriving economy and meet the demand for skilled labour.

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Manitobans Getting Involved, Going Green With 2008 Environmental Youth Corps Program: Struthers

May 2, 2008

Planting trees and hosting environmental education sessions are among the activities young people in communities across the province are involved with to better understand the environment, Conservation Minister Stan Struthers said today, as he launched the 2008-09 Environmental Youth Corps (EYC) program.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008911 Views

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Outdoor Classroom Among Projects To Benefit From Green Education Grants

May 2, 2008
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Investments Promote Green and Growing Manitoba: Bjornson

Students at Niji Mahkwa School will learn more about First Nations culture during activities in an outdoor classroom created with support from Education for Sustainable Development grants, Education, Citizenship and Youth Minister Peter Bjornson announced today.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008902 Views

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Manitoba’s Highest-achieving Apprentices and Their Employers Honoured at Awards Ceremony

May 1, 2008

Manitoba’s 38 top achievers in designated apprenticeship trades in 2007 will be honoured tomorrow at a special awards ceremony in Winnipeg, Competitiveness, Training and Trade Minister Andrew Swan announced.

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Call for Applications : 2008/2009 Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Aboriginal Health Strategy Internship Program

Call for Applications
2008/2009 Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC)
Aboriginal Health Strategy Internship Program

Focus : Aboriginal Health Strategy
Internship Residency : Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Toronto
Number of Internships : Up to two
Duration of Funding : Six months, with an opportunity to renew up to a further six months
Start Date : August 2008
Applications Due : June 30, 2008

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Prime Minister Announces Changes in the Senior Ranks of the Public Service

1 May 2008
Ottawa, Ontario

Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced today the following changes in the senior ranks of the Public Service:

Rod Monette, currently Interim Comptroller General of Canada, becomes Comptroller General of Canada, effective immediately.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008777 Views

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Pele Mountain to Launch Pre-Feasibility Study for Elliot Lake Uranium Mine Project

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(May 1, 2008) – Pele Mountain Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:GEM) (“Pele” or the “Company”) announced today that it will initiate a NI 43-101 compliant pre-feasibility study for its Elliot Lake Uranium Mine Project. Pele is advancing its 100-percent owned project to the licensing and feasibility stages, following recommendations provided by Scott Wilson Roscoe Postle Associates (“SWRPA”) in its positive scoping study (the “Scoping Study”).

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008999 Views

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Canadian Forces Continue to Assist Flood Victims in Northern Ontario

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(May 1, 2008) – In response to a request for assistance from provincial authorities, Canadian Forces (CF) aircrews evacuated approximately 1 000 residents from the First Nations communities of Kashechewan, Fort Albany, and Attiwapiskat after the region recently experienced heavy flooding. Codenamed Operation CRATOS, the airlift has concluded and focus has now shifted to the provision of ground support by the Canadian Rangers.

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Learning beats writing – Macleans.ca

Learning beats writing

By Joey Coleman | May 2nd, 2008 | 11:16 am

(Yes, I’m grasping for a title on this.)

I’m attending a conference on aboriginal education at Wilfrid Laurier University’s Brantford campus today. Being the closest university campus to Canada’s most populated reservation, The Six Nations, I’m expecting to learn much at this conference.

http://oncampus.macleans.ca/education/2008/05/02/learning-beats-writing/

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Barrett Calls for Solicitor General’s Resignation – CD98.9

Barrett Calls for Solicitor General’s Resignation

Local MPP Toby Barrett is calling for the Solicitor General’s resignation over aboriginal land disputes and demonstrations. Barrett says over the past two years the McGuinty Liberals have been clear that they do not direct the OPP on operational matters.

http://www.cd989.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=12304

by NationTalk on May 2, 20081953 Views

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Lovelace Speaks Out – Frontenac News

Lovelace Speaks Out

Editor’s Note: At the final session of the Citizens’ Inquiry into the uranium cycle, which was held in Ottawa, Mireille Lapointe, a co-chief with the Ardoch Algonquin First Nation, read a portion of a submission written by Ardoch former chief Bob Lovelace, who lives at Canoe Lake in Bedford District of South Frontenac. Lovelace has been in jail at the Central East Correctional Facility since February 18 after leading guilty to a contempt of court charge for refusing to honour a court injunction barring him from blocking the gate in front of the Roberstville mine in North Frontenac. He refused to enter into an undertaking to desist from blocking the mine, which is being used as a staging ground for a drilling program by the uranium exploration company Frontenac Ventures Corporation, and was sentenced to serve six months by Superior Court Justice Cunningham.

http://www.newsweb.ca/2008/08-17_may_1/letters_08-17.html

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Native program law pulled back (Vancouver Sun)

Native program law pulled back
Not all aboriginal communities wanted the legislation that would have given them control of their own social projects

Jonathan Fowlie, Vancouver Sun
Published: Friday, May 02, 2008

Children and Families Minister Tom Christensen spent much of Thursday trying to determine how to salvage his failed attempt at legislation that would have allowed aboriginal communities to take more control over social programs for their own children and families.

http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/westcoastnews/story.html?id=0e34e8d8-3dbb-4e46-b375-1f1d39669945&k=33830

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Canada’s image hurt by oilsands duck deaths: PM – CTV.ca

Canada’s image hurt by oilsands duck deaths: PM

Updated Fri. May. 2 2008 8:47 AM ET
The Canadian Press

EDMONTON — Alberta is under heavy pressure to strengthen its environmental standards as the fallout from the death of 500 ducks in a toxic wastewater pond gets stickier than the province’s oilsands.

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20080502/oilsands_standards_080502/20080502?hub=SciTech

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008704 Views

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Tseshaht First Nation to elect council next week – Alberni Valley News

Tseshaht First Nation to elect council next week

The Tseshaht First Nation will hold its second election since adopting its custom election code four years ago next week.

http://www.bclocalnews.com/vancouver_island_central/albernivalleynews/news/18455594.html

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Residential Schools Finally Seeing Action – Sun Times

Residential schools finally seeing action

The appointment Monday of Ontario Court of Appeal Justice Harry LaForme to head the national commission on residential schools marks the beginning of what is surely going to be a long and painful disclosure of abuse of aboriginal children over a decades-long policy of assimilation by the Canadian government.

http://www.owensoundsuntimes.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1010166

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National Chief Set to Attend Jacobs’ Memorial – Chatham Daily News

National chief set to attend Jacobs’ memorial

Posted By By ELLWOOD SHREVE

Assembly of First Nations National Chief Phil Fontaine will visit Wallaceburg Wednesday to memorialize Burton Jacobs, a former Walpole Island chief.

http://www.chathamdailynews.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1010488

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Natives May Have to Divvy up Salmon Catch – Chilliwack Times

Natives may have to divvy up salmon catch

Paul J. Henderson, The Times
Published: Friday, May 02, 2008

Add an expected low return of sockeye salmon to the recent rise in world food prices and First Nations along the Fraser River are in for a hard year, according to Ernie Crey, policy advisor to the Sto:lo Tribal Council.

http://www.canada.com/chilliwacktimes/news/story.html?id=810d81ec-ca57-4c36-a36c-53bf7ea93f55

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Ministers out to Improve Relations with First Nations – Winnipeg Free Press

Ministers out to improve relations with First Nations

Three NDP cabinet ministers are spending today mending fences in Hollow Water, the First Nation that blockaded roads into a cottage development last fall.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breakingnews/story/4168212p-4755990c.html

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The new spirit of Haida Gwaii – Canada.com

The new spirit of Haida Gwaii
A 3-D poster of the famous Canadian work is fascinating, but is it art?

Paul Gessell, The Ottawa Citizen
Published: Thursday, May 01, 2008

RabbitHoles has also used its technology to create movie posters, advertisements and amusement park billboards in which video clips are embedded so that you can literally watch a woman dance, a man kick a soccer ball or a scary monster jump out at you.

http://www.canada.com/ottawacitizen/news/story.html?id=514bd0c0-9fee-414d-9211-f7f24adbd6b3&k=41521&p=2

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008704 Views

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Agreement in Principle with the Government of Quebec – Domtar Consolidates Forestry Activities in Northwestern Quebec

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MONTREAL, May 1 – Domtar Corporation announced today that it has concluded an agreement in principle with Mr. Claude Béchard, Minister of Natural Resources and Wildlife, on the reallocation of forest harvesting rights in Northern Quebec.

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Tracking the Spread of Cancer: Nano-sized Particles Hunt Down Cancer Cells One By One

New project among 76 announced today by the Canadian Cancer Society

TORONTO, May 1 – Pioneering the use of nanomedicine to catch the spread of cancer at its earliest stage is the focus of one of 76 new research grants announced today by the Canadian Cancer Society.

by NationTalk on May 2, 20081028 Views

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NAFC Report: Sheltering Urban Aboriginal Homeless People – Assessment of Situation and Needs

Executive Summary

Background and Methodology

This Study seeks to identify the needs of urban Aboriginal homeless shelters. It was expected that a variety of Federal / Provincial / Territorial (F/P/T) and Aboriginal stakeholders would benefit from a shelter needs assessment which pays particular attention to the challenges of policy, financial resources, financial administrative requirements, demand for services, and a unique caseload which calls for special approaches.

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The National Association of Friendship Centres Brings Global Attention to the Realities of Canada’s Urban Aboriginal Peoples

For Immediate Release

UNITED NATIONS, NY, April 30, 2008 – The National Association of Friendship Centres (NAFC) welcomes the opportunity to bring global attention to the current state of Canada’s rapidly growing urban Aboriginal population.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008776 Views

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Suzanne Rochon-Burnett of the Year Award Nomination Deadline Extended

As you are aware the Suzanne Rochon Burnett of the Year Award deadline for nominations has passed as of April 2nd. In light of very busy schedule at the MNO the deadline to nominate persons for the Suzanne Rochon-Burnett Volunteer of the Year award has been extended to May31st, 2008.

by NationTalk on May 2, 2008721 Views

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