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Native protesters block street over land dispute – Globe and Mail

IN BRIEF
Native protesters block street over land dispute

The Canadian Press
April 22, 2008

Deseronto, Ont. — A group of native people continued to blockade a main street through Deseronto yesterday to protest a land dispute with a Kingston-based real estate company.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20080422.NATS22-4/TPStory/TPNational/Ontario/

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008688 Views

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Community mourns Poorman – The Leader-Post

Community mourns Poorman

Braden Husdal, The Leader-Post
Published: Tuesday, April 22, 2008

The Saskatchewan First Nations community has lost a well-known and respected leader.

http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/story.html?id=d221daae-cf92-4316-a155-5b5ed03b844b

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008723 Views

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Metro takes land-claim deal to court – The Province

Metro takes land-claim deal to court

The Province
Published: Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Metro Vancouver is heading to court over the B.C. government’s decision to use a portion of Pacific Spirit Park to settle a land claim with the Musqueam Indian Band without compensation.

http://www.canada.com/theprovince/news/story.html?id=2a12eec5-03fb-4c1e-ac83-55023b11264d

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008608 Views

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Band Council Didn’t Okay Blockade: Chief – The Gazette

Band Council didn’t okay blockade: chief

Canwest News Service

The Tyendinaga Mohawk Council said yesterday it did not sanction a blockade of a busy southern Ontario highway that a breakaway group set up in order to draw attention to a land dispute with a local developer.

http://www.canada.com/montrealgazette/news/story.html?id=47d4efc7-58da-4637-a0cb-c5d904f62ef5

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008679 Views

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Water rights battle hits court – Calgary Herald

Water rights battle hits court
Report warns of more battles due to scarcity of resource

Renata D’Aliesio, Calgary Herald
Published: Tuesday, April 22, 2008

The first legal challenge of the province’s southern water limits will surface in a Calgary courtroom today as a new report warns Alberta’s scarcity is a wake-up call to the rest of Canada.

http://www.canada.com/calgaryherald/news/city/story.html?id=ebfdbace-57f3-41ce-8f83-89f35364a1c3

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008726 Views

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Gary Lipinski Honoured to be Elected as MNO President

Ottawa (April 22, 2008) — Newly acclaimed Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) President Gary Lipinski today expressed his congratulations to all members of the Provisional Council of the Métis Nation of Ontario (PCMNO) which were acclaimed today in an announcement by MNO Chief Electoral Officer Lawrence Gladue and wished best of luck to all those candidates who are seeking office within the contested positions.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20081635 Views

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The Government of Canada Supports Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre

SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN–(April 22, 2008) – People living in Saskatchewan will have more opportunities to learn about First Nations languages thanks to an investment by the Government of Canada.

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008953 Views

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Statement: Canada’s Environment Minister Celebrates Earth Day

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STATEMENT

OTTAWA – April 22, 2008 – Canada’s Environment Minister, John Baird, issued the following statement on the occasion of Earth Day:

“When it comes to our environment, Canadians have much to celebrate and to be proud of. Earth Day provides all of us with an opportunity to learn more about the simple initiatives that we can all incorporate into our daily routines to help keep our environment clean, healthy and safe.”

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008916 Views

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Province Plans New Parks, Doubling of Conservancies

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2008OTP0099-000589
April 22, 2008

Office of the Premier
Ministry of Environment

VANCOUVER – The British Columbia government will introduce legislation this spring to create 11 new Class A provincial parks and more than double the number of conservancies in the province, Premier Gordon Campbell announced today, marking Earth Day 2008.

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008942 Views

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Avalon Provides Update on Thor Lake Drilling Program

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(April 22, 2008) – Avalon Ventures Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:AVL) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that its Phase 2 winter drilling program on the Lake Zone Rare Earth Element (“REE”) deposit on its 100% owned Thor Lake rare metals project, NWT, is progressing ahead of schedule and producing preliminary results consistent with the Company’s expectations. As at the date of this news release, 30 holes totaling 5645 metres have been completed. All of these holes have been drilled from the ice of Thor Lake on 100-150 metre hole-spacing, in order to better define the northern part of the deposit.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20081061 Views

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Plutonic Power Submits 914 MW Bute Inlet Hydroelectric Project Into the Environmental Permitting Process

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(April 22, 2008) – Plutonic Power Corporation (TSX:PCC) is pleased to announce that it has submitted its Bute Inlet Hydroelectric Project (“Project”) into the Environmental Assessment Process. The Environmental Assessment Office (“EAO”) has issued a Section 10 order that binds the project to the Environmental Assessment Act.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20081760 Views

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Aurora’s Winter Drill Program Enhances Continuity of Michelin Deposit

April 22, 2008

Aurora Energy Resources Inc. (“the Company”) (AXU-TSX) is pleased to announce that a recently completed winter drill program at the Michelin Deposit has returned some of the best uranium results to date. Twenty three drill holes were completed, which focused on both infilling the deeper portion of the deposit and further confirming historic drilling in the shallow “open-pitable” part of the deposit above 200 metres depth.

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008960 Views

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For Immediate Release – Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

For Immediate Release
April 21, 2008

Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory – The Tyendinaga Mohawk Council do not support or condone the blockages of public roads as appropriate measures to resolve the Culbertson Tract Land Claim. The Tyendinaga Mohawk Council believes the most appropriate way to resolve the land claim remains at the negotiation table.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20081024 Views

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Proposed Cuts to Sport and Recreation could hinder Health of Northern Communities

CMAJ. 2008 April 22; 178(9): 1129.
doi: 10.1503/cmaj.080361.
Natalie Dunleavy
Yellowknife, NWT

Efforts to combat the northern battle of the bulge have been imperilled by a recently proposed 40% cut in sport and recreation programming aimed at promoting more physical activity at the community level, sport organizations say.

The government of the Northwest Territories’ 2008/09 budget slashed $2 million from the $5 million budget of the NWT Sport and Recreation Partners organization, prompting notices of possible layoffs.

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008933 Views

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Governments Initiate New Approach to First Nation Education in New Brunswick

Fredericton, New Brunswick (April 22, 2008) – The Honourable Chuck Strahl, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians, the Honourable Ed Doherty, New Brunswick Minister responsible for the Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat, the Honourable Kelly Lamrock, New Brunswick Minister of Education and the New Brunswick Chiefs today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) aimed at improving educational outcomes and closing the gap for First Nation students in New Brunswick in band-operated schools on reserve and provincial schools off reserve.

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008949 Views

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The Esquao Awards honour Aboriginal Women who are the strength of our community and play an unsung role in our society.

Each year IAAW honours 20 Alberta Aboriginal Women at the Esquao Awards. These awards are given in recognition of Aboriginal Women’s achievements by their own communities, have made incalculable contributions to better understanding and appreciation on the part of elected officials (local, provincial and federal) and influential decision makers in government, industry, and business.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20082013 Views

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Candidates in the MNO Election Announced

OTTAWA, April 22 – Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Chief Electoral Officer, Lawrence Gladue, today announced the candidates for the May 5, 2008 election of the MNO’s three province-wide governing institutions: The Provisional Council of the Métis Nation of Ontario- (PCMNO); the Métis Nation of Ontario Youth (MNOY); and, the Métis Nation of Ontario Veteran’s Council (MNOVC).

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008965 Views

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Platinex adds Ontario properties to its portfolio: Six new PGE prospects and one gold property

TORONTO, April 22 – Platinex Inc. (TSXV: PTX) today announced two new developments that add exploration properties to the Company’s portfolio of assets. They are the staking of new claims on six platinum-group-elements (PGEs) prospects in northern Ontario; and a gold property option agreement with Skead Holdings Ltd.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20081356 Views

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Northgate Reports First Quarter Production Results and Updated 2008 Production Forecast

VANCOUVER, April 21 – (All figures are in US dollars except where noted) – Northgate Minerals Corporation (TSX: NGX, AMEX: NXG) today reported its first quarter 2008 operating results and updated 2008 production forecast, as well as its exploration plans for its Australian operations.

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008792 Views

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Chorus of celebrities call for release of Bob Lovelace and the KI Six

Mining Act reform needed to protect ecological values and prevent future conflicts

TORONTO, April 22 – In the latest development in the jailing of Bob Lovelace and the KI Six, prominent Canadian authors, artists, musicians and publishers are calling on Premier Dalton McGuinty to halt mineral exploration in the lands of two Aboriginal communities in Ontario so that the imprisonment of seven Aboriginal leaders can be brought to an end. This would also help to protect two watersheds the communities have been fighting to keep healthy and clean.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20081461 Views

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The Manitoba Urban Native Housing Association is pleased to announce the completion of the ‘Winnipeg Aboriginal Housing Plan’

The Institute of Urban Studies in collaboration with Manitoba Urban Native Housing Association

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The recommendations and strategy advanced within this document are the result of a series of consultations that included the Manitoba Urban Native Housing Association membership, the general public, Canadian Aboriginal housing providers and a review and assessment of relevant documents.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20082036 Views

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Housing help needed: report – Winnipeg Free Press

Housing help needed: report

By: Aldo Santin
Updated: April 21

Urban aboriginal agencies that operate rental housing are going to need government support to maintain and replace aging housing stock as Winnipeg’s native population increases, a new report concludes.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breakingnews/story/4163501p-4750829c.html

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008748 Views

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Opening Statement of the Indigenous Caucus, 11th Meeting of Negotiations in the Quest for Points of Consensus, Organization of American States

April 14th, 2008

Respectful Greetings Mr. Chairman, and delegates of Indigenous Peoples and states.

I am making this statement on behalf of the Indigenous peoples’ caucus participating in this 11th session of Negotiations for the development of the American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, in which Indigenous Peoples of North, Central, South America and the Caribbean are represented. We express our appreciation to the Secretariat of the Summit of the Americas as well as the donors for all the support they provided to ensure the participation of Indigenous Peoples in this Session.

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008893 Views

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Their lives, their words – Mississauga News

Their lives, their words

By: Louie Rosella

April 21, 2008 02:18 PM – A prominent sex educator, a Juno Award-winning musician and an advertising bigwig highlight this year’s Interim Place Luncheon Speakers Series.

http://www.mississauga.com/article/13320

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008727 Views

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Inuit hunters, scientists differ over polar bear numbers – Kitchener/Waterloo Record

Inuit hunters, scientists differ over polar bear numbers

April 21, 2008
The Canadian Press

Inuit hunters are bracing for a battle with government scientists, over how many polar bears they’ll be allowed to kill from one of Canada’s largest populations in Baffin Bay.

http://news.therecord.com/article/339732

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008595 Views

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Lake that supplies Winnipeg’s water threatened by sewage: chief – CBC

Lake that supplies Winnipeg’s water threatened by sewage: chief

Last Updated: Monday, April 21, 2008 | 3:40 PM CT
CBC News

A First Nation located on the lake that is the source of Winnipeg’s drinking water is raising concern that problems with its sewage-treatment plant could affect the lake’s water quality.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/manitoba/story/2008/04/21/shoal-lake.html?ref=rss

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008839 Views

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Waycobah chief defends loan for sunny vacation – CBC

Waycobah chief defends loan for sunny vacation

Last Updated: Monday, April 21, 2008 | 12:35 PM AT
CBC News

The Waycobah First Nation is lending a youth group $60,000 for a trip in the sunny south, which has some people raising questions about priorities and motives.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/nova-scotia/story/2008/04/21/wolfpack-loan.html?ref=rss

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008752 Views

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Group fasts in support of jailed KI members – Thunder Bay Post

Group fasts in support of jailed KI members

Tb News Source
Web Posted: 4/21/2008 8:38:10 PM

A group of about 30 elders, faculty, staff and students at Lakehead University started a fast on Monday hoping to educate the community about the situation and provide support for six Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug band members in jail on civil contempt charges. The group pledged at 8 a.m. Monday morning not to eat for 24 hours.

http://www.tbsource.com/Localnews/index.asp?cid=106935

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008796 Views

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Vancouver Olympics could be protest target – Toronto Star

Vancouver Olympics could be protest target

Apr 21, 2008 11:48 AM
Jim Byers
Star Olympics Coordinator

It’s exactly what Vancouver Olympic organizers didn’t want to hear.

Canada’s top native chief says the Vancouver Olympics could become a target of First Nations protest much like Beijing has been a flashpoint for Tibet supporters.

http://www.thestar.com/article/416679

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008557 Views

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First Nations community mourns loss of Richard Poorman – Canada.com

First Nations community mourns loss of Richard Poorman

Braden Husdal, Leader-Post
Published: Monday, April 21, 2008

REGINA — The Saskatchewan First Nations community has lost a well-known and respected leader.

http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/story.html?id=1382e92f-fcd7-4a43-abdb-85a28dc40868&k=12843

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008924 Views

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Beach leaving Law and Order: SVU – Winnipeg Free Press

Beach leaving Law and Order: SVU

By: Bill Redekop
Updated: April 21 at 04:41 PM CDT

Adam Beach will not be returning to hit American TV series Law and Order: Special Victims Unit next year.

The show did not renew his contract. Beach was with the show for a year. No reason was given.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breakingnews/story/4163367p-4750680c.html

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008876 Views

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Natives cheer Squamish River protection – Globe and Mail

Natives cheer Squamish River protection
Conservation of fish and wildlife given priority in estuary devastated by two major industrial spills since 2005

CATHRYN ATKINSON
From Monday’s Globe and Mail
April 21, 2008 at 4:56 AM EDT

SQUAMISH — The undeveloped estuary of the Squamish River, the scene in recent years of two devastating environmental accidents, has been granted limited protection in an agreement brokered between the local native community, the District of Squamish and the provincial government.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080421.wbcestuary21/BNStory/National/

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008745 Views

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Downstream from tarsands, Fort Smith worries over water – CBC

Downstream from tarsands, Fort Smith worries over water

Last Updated: Monday, April 21, 2008 | 10:21 AM CT
CBC News

Concerned residents in Fort Smith, N.W.T., met Saturday to talk about the water they drink, and how tarsands development south of the town may be affecting its quality.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2008/04/21/nwt-water.html

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008686 Views

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Canada’s Arctic claim work challenged by ice, logistics – CBC

Canada’s Arctic claim work challenged by ice, logistics

Last Updated: Monday, April 21, 2008 | 9:39 AM CT
CBC News

Scientists are gathering data to help Canada stake a claim over an area of the Arctic Ocean, but they say ice conditions are adding challenges to their work.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2008/04/21/ice-camp.html

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008702 Views

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Alex Muir hosts Aboriginal Youth Conference – SooToday.com

Alex Muir hosts Aboriginal Youth Conference

By Social Decoder
SooToday.com
Monday, April 21, 2008

The Algoma Council on Domestic Violence in partnership with the Metis Nation of Ontario Health Services Branch will be hosting an Aboriginal Youth Conference on Thursday, April 24th, 2008 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Alex Muir School, the Indian Friendship Centre’s alternative high school located at 188 Kohler Street.

http://www.sootoday.com/content/students_domain/details.asp?c=22957

by NationTalk on April 22, 20084054 Views

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Police searching for missing mother and child – News1130

Police searching for missing mother and child

Monday, April 21 – 01:30:19 PM
Mike Hanafin

NEW WESTMINSTER (NEWS1130) – New Westminster Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 33 year old Dawn Lily Ohman and her 7-month old infant son Timothy Westman.

http://www.news1130.com/news/local/article.jsp?content=20080421_163019_5316

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008640 Views

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Natives blockade Hwy. 2 – Ottawa Sun

Natives blockade Hwy. 2
Land dispute flares up again in Deseronto

DESERONTO – About 75 Aboriginal protesters have sealed off a main street through Deseronto, about five kilometres southwest of Napanee, in a land dispute with a Kingston-based realtor.

http://www.ottawasun.com/News/National/2008/04/21/5347856.html

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008641 Views

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OPP raid in spotlight again – Hamilton Spec

OPP raid in spotlight again

April 21, 2008
Barbara Brown
The Hamilton Spectator

The second anniversary of an OPP raid that failed to evict native protesters from the former Douglas Creek Estates was marked yesterday by a peaceful gathering on the disputed land and by a quiet demonstration at Queen’s Park on behalf of Caledonia residents.

http://www.thespec.com/News/Local/article/357517

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008743 Views

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Signed, sealed, delivered – Indian Country Today

Signed, sealed, delivered

Posted: April 21, 2008
by: Stephanie Woodard

Environmental concerns plague fast-tracked oil pipeline

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – In March 2008, the U.S. Department of State issued a federal permit for the 2,000-mile TransCanada Keystone Pipeline, which would carry heavy crude oil from the oil sands of northern Alberta across seven U.S. states to Oklahoma. The document was signed, even though mandated government-to-government consultations with concerned Native nations were described as ”ongoing” by the State Department.

http://www.indiancountry.com/content.cfm?id=1096417101

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008725 Views

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Endorsing their rights – Indian Country Today

Endorsing their rights

Posted: April 21, 2008
by: Gale Courey Toensing / Indian Country Today

Canadian Parliament passes UN Declaration resolution

OTTAWA – The Canadian Parliament has endorsed the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples by a majority vote – an action that was lauded by indigenous peoples’ organizations and human rights groups across the continent.

http://www.indiancountry.com/content.cfm?id=1096417099

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008773 Views

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Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre Nears Completion

Apr 21, 08

A world-class attraction, showcasing the distinct cultures of the Squamish Nation and the Lil’wat Nation, will open in June 2008 in North America’s premier alpine resort and event site for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Located in the Upper Village of Whistler in a spectacular natural setting on a 1.76 hectare (4.35 acre) site, it is the result of a historic Protocol Agreement signed by the Squamish Nation and Lil’wat Nation in March 2001.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20084722 Views

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Metro Vancouver to Seek Clarity from the Courts on Expropriation of Parkland to Settle Aboriginal Claims

April 21, 2008

Metro Vancouver’s Board of Directors will launch a constitutional challenge to recent provincial legislation that has resulted in the transfer, without compensation, of land in Pacific Spirit Regional Park to the Musqueam Indian Band.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20081873 Views

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The Ecotrust Award for Indigenous Leadership Begins Anew in 2009

NEWS RELEASE
April 21, 2008
Contact: Elizabeth Woody
Ecotrust
503-467-0751

Buffett Award for Indigenous Leadership Renamed, Award Cycle for 2008 Suspended

Portland, OR (April 21, 2008) – Ecotrust has suspended the 2008 award cycle for the annual Ecotrust (formerly Buffett) Award for Indigenous Leadership. The award recognizes indigenous leadership that improves social, economic, political or environmental conditions. Ecotrust will conduct program evaluation and planning before re-launching the award in 2009.

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008949 Views

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National Conference Explores Family Therapy

UWinnipeg’s Aurora Family Therapy Centre to host first Canadian meeting

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – APRIL 21, 2008

WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg’s Aurora Family Therapy Centre will host The Registry of Marriage and Family Therapists Conference (RMFT) on Friday, April 25 & Saturday, April 26, 2008. Issues being discussed include Integrating Narrative and Systemic Practices in Couple and Family Therapy, Family Assessment and Intervention and Systemic Effects of Abuse in Residential Schools.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20081338 Views

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Media Advisory: Indian and Northern Affairs Canada

FREDERICTON, NEW BRUNSWICK–(April 21, 2008) – Please be advised that the Honourable Chuck Strahl, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Metis and Non-Status Indians will be available to the media with the Honourable Ed Doherty, New Brunswick Minister responsible for the Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat, the Honourable Kelly Lamrock, New Brunswick Minister of Education, and the New Brunswick Chiefs regarding First Nations Education in New Brunswick.

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008965 Views

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Media Advisory: Government of Canada

OTTAWA, ONTARIO–(April 21, 2008) – Please be advised the Honourable Chuck Strahl, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Metis and Non-Status Indians, and Jeffrey Donald Tomah, Chief of the Woodstock First Nation, invite the media to the signing ceremony of the agreement on the Indian Reserve #23 specific claim.

Date: Tuesday, April 22, 2008
Location: Woodstock First Nation Administration Office Gymnasium 3 Wulastook Court Woodstock First Nation New Brunswick
Time: 13:15 a.m. ADT

For more information, please contact

Office of the Honourable Chuck Strahl
Ted Yeomans
819-997-0002

or
INAC Media Relations Line
819-953-1160

or
Madawaska Maliseet First Nation
Rick Hatchette
Negotiator
506-642-1317

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008940 Views

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First Nations Tax Commission partners with National Energy Board

CALGARY, April 21 – The First Nations Tax Commission (FNTC) and the National Energy Board (NEB) jointly announced today that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in which they agreed to become partners in learning by fostering and encouraging an effective working relationship on matters of mutual interest.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20081136 Views

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Debert Air Industrial Park Development Preserves Mi’kmaq Heritage

Aboriginal Affairs
April 21, 2008
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An important step was taken today, April 21, when Premier Rodney MacDonald announced the next stage in developing the Debert Air Industrial Park, while preserving the rich cultural heritage of the Mi’kmaq in the region.

by NationTalk on April 22, 20081039 Views

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Federal and Provincial Government celebrate the Canada/Manitoba Business Service Centre’s Decade of Excellence

April 21, 2008

WINNIPEG, Manitoba – Federal and provincial officials salute the Canada/Manitoba Business Service Centre’s contribution to small business success on its the 10th anniversary of the joint federal-provincial office. The Centre was established to reduce the complexity of dealing with various levels of government by consolidating business information in one convenient service.

by NationTalk on April 22, 2008899 Views

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