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Band tax for non-Natives not a done deal -Richmond News

Band tax for non-Natives not a done deal

Richmond News
Published: Tuesday, December 18, 2007

The Editor,

This is further to the Dec. 1, 2007 article in the Richmond News dealing with the Tsawwassen First Nation Final Agreement and taxation. It appears that certain concerns and misunderstandings may have developed about how the Tsawwassen First Nation Final Agreement might affect the tax treatment of non-member residents of Tsawwassen First Nation lands.

http://www.canada.com/richmondnews/news/community/story.html?id=fc585cd4-6a9b-4eaa-ac8d-3b2cb1b003d6&k=57585

by NationTalk on December 19, 2007748 Views

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Vancouver Games beating sponsorship goals -Canada.com

Vancouver Games beating sponsorship goals

Published: Tuesday, December 18, 2007

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Reuters) – Organizers of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Canada raised nearly C$38 million ($38 million) more than expected from sponsorship deals this year, according to a financial report on Tuesday.

http://www.canada.com/topics/news/national/story.html?id=444379de-67b6-48f3-bf2e-721376539a74&k=3718

by NationTalk on December 19, 2007797 Views

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Media Advisory – Lieutenant Governor Announces Book Drive for Aboriginal Youth

TORONTO, Dec. 18 – The Honourable David C. Onley, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, will announce a book drive for aboriginal youth on Wednesday, December 19, in the Lieutenant Governor’s suite at Queen’s Park.

In the tradition of former-Lieutenant Governor James Bartleman, the Honourable David C. Onley will launch a book drive that will begin on Tuesday, January 1st, and last until Friday, January 18th. Only brand new children’s books will be collected during this drive.

by NationTalk on December 19, 20071115 Views

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Agreements signed by Star Blanket Cree Nation, First Nations University, City of Regina and Regina Police Service

Tuesday December 18th 2007 – News Release

Today the City of Regina and Star Blanket Cree Nation entered into an agreement to allow for continued municipal services to be provided to the First Nations University site following the designation of this land as an urban reserve. A Police Services Agreement was also signed between Star Blanket and the Regina Police Service.

by NationTalk on December 19, 20071112 Views

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Nunavut credit corp. CEO takes leave with pay -CBC

Nunavut credit corp. CEO takes leave with pay

Last Updated: Tuesday, December 18, 2007 | 1:11 PM CT
CBC News

The acting chief executive officer of the troubled Nunavut Business Credit Corp., Allan McDowell, has been asked to step aside, an official said Monday.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2007/12/18/ceo-leave.html

by NationTalk on December 19, 2007757 Views

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N.W.T. Education Study Shows Room for Improvement -CBC

N.W.T. education study shows room for improvement

Last Updated: Tuesday, December 18, 2007 | 10:45 AM CT
CBC News

Many students in the Northwest Territories are not functioning at their grade levels, the results of three years of testing show.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2007/12/18/education-tests.html

by NationTalk on December 19, 2007726 Views

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13 Year Old Akina Shirt Sings National Anthem

Akina Shirt, 13 year old sings Canadian National Anthem in Cree at February 3rd, 2007, CBC Hockey Night In Canada – NHL Game – Calgary Flames vs Vancouver Canucks

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007557 Views

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First Ever Chiefs’ Feast at the Legislature Marks a New Relationship

For the first time in Saskatchewan history First Nations Chiefs from across the Province, Premier Brad Wall, Saskatchewan Cabinet Ministers and Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) will gather this afternoon in the Provincial Legislature to share in a traditional celebratory feast.

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007971 Views

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Government Invests $52,484 for Community Youth Projects

WHITEHORSE – (December 18, 2007) – Youth throughout Yukon will benefit from the $52,484 in 14 projects being supported by the Youth Investment Fund. Grants to the organizations were announced today by Acting Premier Elaine Taylor.

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071085 Views

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Alberta Government’s Recent Changes to Subsistence Harvesting Licenses Misses Mark In Addressing Métis Harvesting Rights

Métis Nation of Alberta encouraged by Minister Morton’s new found ‘good will’ on Métis harvesting and requests meeting

EDMONTON, Dec. 18 – Today, the Métis Nation of Alberta (MNA) officially responded to the announcement made last week by Ted Morton, Alberta’s Sustainable Resource Development (SRD) minister, in relation to changes to Alberta’s subsistence harvesting licenses.

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071048 Views

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AMC – Youth Public Awareness Video

Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs – Produced by Strongfront A/V Productions Inc. and Tina Keeper Productions

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007809 Views

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AFN – Make Poverty History

Assembly of First Nations – Make Poverty History for First Nations Youth

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071057 Views

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Liberty Provides Update on Exploration and Operations

EDMONTON, ALBERTA–(Dec. 18, 2007) – Liberty Mines Inc. (“Liberty or the Corporation”) (TSX:LBE) is pleased to announce that all results from the definition drilling at the McWatters Mine have now been received. Some highlights of the recent results include 1.65% Ni over 39.75 metres, including 2.95% Ni over 17.25 metres and 7.51% Ni over 4.95 metres; and 0.91% Ni over 51.40 metres, including 2.05% Ni over 9.40 metres. All results from the drill program will be used to update the database compiled from previous resource drilling. A National Instrument 43-101 updated resource/reserve calculation is underway and will be released in Q1 2008.

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007930 Views

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Selwyn Resources Reviews Environmental Activities

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Dec. 18, 2007) – Selwyn Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:SWN) undertook extensive environmental work during 2007 in preparation for entering the environmental assessment process in late 2008. The environmental program is specifically designed to assist in the identification of a development and operations plan that minimizes environmental impacts. Input from local communities and stakeholders is used to guide the studies and development plans. Selwyn is working with regulators and local First Nations to develop a framework for advancing the project in an environmentally and socially responsible manner.

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071823 Views

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Kwicksutaineuk Ah-kwa-mish Supports Science Sea Lice Article

VANCOUVER, BC, PRESS RELEASE– (Dec. 18, 2007) – The Kwicksutaineuk Ah-kwa-mish First Nation call on Premiere Gordon Campbell and Minister Pat Bell to begin the fallowing process of Fish Farms in the Broughtan Archipeligo immediately.

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071288 Views

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SIGA wins SaskBusiness Magazine’s 2007 “Business of the Year” Award

MEDIA RELEASE December 17, 2007
(2007-09)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Saskatoon, SK – Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA)is pleased to announce it has been selected Sask Business Magazine’s “Business of the Year” becoming the youngest company to earn the recognition. SIGA joins an elite group of previous winners including Regina steelmaker IPSCO and Schulte Industries of Englefeld, Saskatchewan.

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071180 Views

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Central Registry Reaches Key Métis Citizenship Milestone

Press Release
Date: Monday, December 17th, 2007
For Immediate Release

Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) continues to objectively verify Métis citizenship in British Columbia as a result of funding provided by the Federal Government through the Office of the Federal Interlocutor and Federal Minister Honourable Chuck Strahl. MNBC has established a Central Registry that is working with the thirty-seven (37) Métis Chartered Communities to implement a standardized Métis citizenship card that represents Métis citizens throughout British Columbia.

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071267 Views

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AFOA accepting nominations for 2008 Excellence in Aboriginal Leadership Awards – Deadline Extended: December 31, 2007

AFOA is now accepting nominations for the 2008 Xerox Canada-AFOA Canada Excellence in Aboriginal Leadership Awards. The Awards recognize individuals who have demonstrated commitment and leadership in financial management in Aboriginal communities and organizations.

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071297 Views

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First Nations Power-Up – RenewableEnergyAccess.com

First Nations Power-Up

December 18, 2007
by Randyn Seibold, Contributing Writer

At the recent Independent Power Producers (IPP) of British Columbia (BC) annual conference, approximately 500 attendees participated in a range of presentations and discussions relevant to the growing private power generation industry in the province. One issue of interest to many was the proper consultation with the province’s aboriginal governments. Hundreds of different groups of native peoples, known as First Nations, live throughout BC, with most of them tracing their heritage back two to three thousand years.

http://www.renewableenergyaccess.com/rea/news/story?id=50888

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007831 Views

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Teacher taken from school for secretive aboriginal rite – Canada.com

Teacher taken from school for secretive aboriginal rite
Chemainus band, educators won’t say why woman removed against her will

Judith Lavoie, Times Colonist
Published: Tuesday, December 18, 2007

A First Nations teacher at North Oyster elementary school in Nanaimo was forcibly taken out of the school Friday afternoon by members of the Chemainus band who wanted her to participate in a secretive longhouse ceremony.

http://www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/story.html?id=27270de0-71e3-42f7-8ae4-066769740733&k=27995

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007799 Views

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Ministers, ex-ministers do the shuffle – Edmonton Journal

Ministers, ex-ministers do the shuffle
You’ll know the Stelmach backers by the size of their offices

Graham Thomson, The Edmonton Journal
Published: 2:02 am

The staff in the Speaker’s office at the legislature have stuck a handmade sign outside their door, tacked it up like an amulet to ward off evil spirits.

http://www.canada.com/edmontonjournal/news/story.html?id=3ef64726-62e2-45ec-8bc5-1375c0731928

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007766 Views

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Prentice reviewing new financing plan for pipeline project – The Province

Prentice reviewing new financing plan for pipeline project
Partners seeking federal money for link to U.S. market

Jon Harding, CanWest News Service
Published: Tuesday, December 18, 2007

CALGARY — Canada’s Industry Minister Jim Prentice is reviewing a financial plan submitted to him Friday by the backers of the $16.2-billion Mackenzie Gas Project.

http://www.canada.com/theprovince/news/money/story.html?id=80178c66-166d-4ea1-9ba1-5cbb9472a28c

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007785 Views

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Taking a shine to diamonds – StarPhoenix

Taking a shine to diamonds
Muskoday First Nation sees potential in proposed diamond training facility

Cassandra Kyle, The StarPhoenix
Published: Tuesday, December 18, 2007

MUSKODAY FIRST NATION — The four-carat diamond placed carefully on Chief Austin Bear’s hand is more than a stunning example of nature’s beauty, it’s a representation of the type of work that could become a reality for people in the area.

http://www.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/news/business/story.html?id=ab27e928-382c-437d-8515-13da7f143cba&k=38344

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007736 Views

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FSIN welcomes treaty protection – Regina Leader-Post

FSIN welcomes treaty protection

Karen Brownlee, The Leader-Post
Published: Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Greater protection of treaty rights is being offered through recommendations in a new Senate committee’s report, something Chief Lawrence Joseph of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations believes is needed.

http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/story.html?id=a78c2fb0-33d7-47fe-b023-62b1b55526d0

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007787 Views

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Sarsfield retires as medical officer of health (TB Television)

Sarsfield retires as medical officer of health

TB News Source
Web Posted: 12/17/2007 4:52:48 PM

They will be pretty big shoes to fill as the Northwest Health unit’s chief executive officer gets ready to step away from the job.

Sometimes outspoken and often impatient, Dr. Peter Sarsfield has left his mark in a region that he feels suffers from a geographical disadvantage and a cultural gulf that permeates the health care field.

http://www.tbtv.com/NWNews-Story.aspx?cid=103010

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071023 Views

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Prentice pledges speedy review of new gas project plan (CBC)

Prentice pledges speedy review of new gas project plan

Last Updated: Monday, December 17, 2007 | 2:18 PM CT
CBC News

Federal Industry Minister Jim Prentice has promised proponents of the beleaguered Mackenzie gas project he will review their latest financial plan as quickly as possible.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2007/12/17/pipeline-prentice.html?ref=rss

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007816 Views

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Advocacy groups head to court to fight cancellation of federal legal aid program (CNews)

Advocacy groups head to court to fight cancellation of federal legal aid program

By Colin Perkel, THE CANADIAN PRESS

TORONTO – A coalition of advocates for minorities, women and the disabled is seeking to join a court challenge to the widely criticized federal Conservative government’s decision to cancel a decades-old program that provided money for equality-focused legal fights.

http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Canada/2007/12/17/4729123-cp.html

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007733 Views

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Climate change not just a theory for northerners who see results daily – West Island Chronicle

Climate change not just a theory for northerners who see results daily

INUVIK, N.W.T. – Charlie Furlong knows the lands and waters of the Mackenzie Delta like a childhood chum, but now his old friend is acting strange.

http://www.westislandchronicle.com/article-cp39232022-Climate-change-not-just-a-theory-for-northerners-who-see-results-daily.html

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007723 Views

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Nova Chemicals fined $550000 for contaminant discharge to the air … – CBC News

Nova Chemicals fined $550,000 for contaminant discharge to the air at Sarnia plant

Published: Monday, December 17, 2007 | 6:36 PM ET
Canadian Press: THE CANADIAN PRESS

SARNIA, Ont – Nova Chemicals (Canada) Ltd. (TSX:NCX) says an Ontario court has fined it $550,000, plus a victim fine surcharge, after it pleaded guilty to discharging benzene into to the air at its site in Sarnia, Ont.

http://www.cbc.ca/cp/business/071217/b1217132A.html

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071032 Views

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Simon leaves Islanders, seeking assistance following another penalty for attempt to injure -Associated Press

Simon leaves Islanders, seeking assistance following another penalty for attempt to injure

Dec 17, 2007, 3:45 PM EST

NEW YORK (AP) -Chris Simon left the New York Islanders on Monday, saying he needed time away from hockey following his latest penalty for attempting to injure an opponent.

http://www.nhl.com/nhl/app?articleid=346984&page=NewsPage&service=page

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007778 Views

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Pacific & Western Arranges Financing for $198.1 Million Hamilton’s Henderson General Hospital

LONDON, ON, Dec. 17 – David Taylor, President & C.E.O. of Pacific & Western Credit Corp. (TSX:PWC), is pleased to announce that Pacific & Western Credit Corp.’s wholly owned subsidiary, Pacific & Western Bank of Canada (the “Bank”), has arranged the financing for the construction by EllisDon Corporation of the Hamilton Health Sciences’ Henderson Redevelopment Project under Infrastructure Ontario’s Alternative Financing and Procurement Program. This financing was arranged with the assistance of the Gwich’in Tribal Council, an aboriginal organization that represents the Gwich’in in the Mackenzie-Delta of the Northwest Territories.

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071039 Views

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Open Letter Submitted by Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) Leadership

Phil Fontaine, National Chief
Assembly of First Nations
Trebla Building
473 Albert Street, Suite 810
Ottawa, Ontario
K1R 5B4

December 12, 2007

Dear Chief Fontaine,

RE: Protecting our Customary Homelands

Last week at Ontario Superior Court in Thunder Bay, Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) leadership stated they would rather be jailed for contempt of court than allow Platinex to drill on their customary homelands. Neal Smitheman, legal counsel for Fasken Martineau representing Platinex Inc., a junior mining company, threatened to bring back armed guards to protect the drillers. Back in February 2006, Platinex already had brought in a British mercenary to protect its mining activities.

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071251 Views

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Canada’s Newest Satellite Part of Liberal Arctic Strategy

December 17, 2007 OTTAWA – Friday’s launch of the Radarsat-2 satellite is the latest phase of an Arctic strategy initiated by previous Liberal governments, Liberal Critic for Northern Issues Larry Bagnell said today.“This satellite will be able to provide scientific data on ice thickness and defend our sovereignty claims by pinpointing foreign vessels traveling in […]

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071185 Views

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The Colony Given Recognition At Two International Film Fesitvals

Monday, 17 December 2007

Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) wishes to congratulate the producers, cast and crew of The Colony for its recent 2007 Best Short Film Award at the 7th annual Whistler Film Festival and for being named to the Toronto International Film Festival Group’s annual Top Ten Canadian Film list.

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071231 Views

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The Government of Canada Supports Port Theatre Society on Vancouver Island

NANAIMO, British Columbia, December 17, 2007 – On behalf of the Honourable Josée Verner, Minister of Canadian Heritage, Status of Women and Official Languages, Dr. James Lunney, Member of Parliament (Nanaimo-Alberni), today announced funding for the Port Theatre Society.

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007988 Views

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NWT Housing Corporation and Salt River First Nation Sign Partnership Agreement

YELLOWKNIFE (December 17, 2007) – A ceremony formalizing a Universal Partnership Agreement (UPA) between the Salt River First Nation and the Northwest Territories Housing Corporation took place today in the community of Fort Smith, Northwest Territories (NWT). Participating in the ceremony was the Honourable J. Michael Miltenberger, Minister Responsible for the NWT Housing Corporation and Mike Beaver, Acting Chief of the Salt River First Nation.

by NationTalk on December 18, 20071082 Views

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Secretary-General says Bali Conference Outcome ‘pivotal first step’ Towards Agreement to Address Climate Change

The following statement was issued by the Spokesperson for UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at the adoption of the decision of the Thirteenth Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Bali, Indonesia, 15 December:

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007902 Views

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Old Fire Hall Will Continue as Arts Venue in 2008 – Yukon Government

FOR RELEASE #07-272
December 17, 2007

WHITEHORSE – Following the success of the pilot project for the use of the Old Fire Hall this past summer, the Yukon government will continue to partner with the Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce and the Yukon Arts Centre to provide arts programming at this venue for 2008, Tourism and Culture Minister Elaine Taylor has announced.

by NationTalk on December 18, 2007959 Views

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The Government of Canada Supports Aboriginal Women in Alberta

EDMONTON, December 17, 2007 – On behalf of the Honourable Josée Verner, Minister of Canadian Heritage, Status of Women and Official Languages, Laurie Hawn, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of National Defence and Member of Parliament (Edmonton Centre), today announced funding for the Aboriginal Women’s Professional Association (AWPA).

by NationTalk on December 17, 20071054 Views

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Oil and Gas Rights Awarded in Peel Plateau – Yukon Government

WHITEHORSE – The Government of Yukon is issuing one disposition for oil and gas rights in the Peel Plateau-Plain oil and gas basin. Oil and gas rights are issued for a six year term that can be extended to ten years if wells are drilled.

by NationTalk on December 17, 20071017 Views

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The Aboriginal Conundrum -The Hill Times

The Hill Times, December 17th, 2007

By Nelson Wiseman

The Aboriginal Conundrum

The challenge to governments and aboriginal leaders alike is to work out practical solutions to the real, distinctive problems facing a fragmented aboriginal community. This requires compromise and conciliation on the part of both aboriginal and governmental leaders.

http://www.thehilltimes.ca/members/login.php?fail=2&destination=/html/index.php?display=story&full_path=2007/december/17/fullnelson/&c=2

by NationTalk on December 17, 2007922 Views

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Victory Nickel, First Nations sign Minago accord -Canadian Mining Journal

Victory Nickel, First Nations sign Minago accord

Sunday, December 16, 2007

MANITOBA – VICTORY NICKEL of Toronto and the Misipawistik Cree Nation (Grand Rapids), Mosakahiken Cree Nation (Moose Lake) and Cross Lake Band of Indians have signed a memorandum of understanding that covers development of the Minago nickel deposit in the Thompson Nickel Belt. The document addresses the traditional rights of these First Nations communities and establishes the guiding principles for an impact and benefit agreement.

http://www.canadianminingjournal.com/issues/ISArticle.asp?id=77694&issue=12162007&btac=no

by NationTalk on December 17, 2007950 Views

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28 mushers entered to run Yukon Quest -CBC

28 mushers entered to run Yukon Quest

Last Updated: Monday, December 17, 2007 | 11:15 AM CT
CBC News

Twenty-eight mushers have signed up to run the 1,600-kilometre Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race, including three-time reigning champion Alaskan Lance Mackey.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2007/12/17/yukon-quest.html

by NationTalk on December 17, 2007745 Views

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2010 Aboriginal Business Summit

Jan 31st- Feb 2nd, 2007, Sheraton Wall Centre Hotel, Vancouver

Vancouver, BC: Aboriginal Peoples from across Canada are being invited to participate in the 2010 Aboriginal Business Summit, which will be emphasizing the upcoming business opportunities tied to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

by NationTalk on December 17, 20071140 Views

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CAW Local Union Donates Toys for Kids at the Native Canadian Centre

TORONTO, Dec. 17 – Just in time for the holidays, CAW Local 112 will be donating thousands of dollars worth of toys for use at the newly renovated children’s play area at the Native Canadian Centre in Toronto. The presentation will take place at 10 a.m. at the Native Canadian Centre on 16 Spadina Road.

by NationTalk on December 17, 20071160 Views

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Liberty Provides Update on Exploration and Operations

EDMONTON, ALBERTA–(Dec. 17, 2007) – Liberty Mines Inc. (“Liberty or the Corporation”) (TSX VENTURE:LBE) is pleased to announce that all results from the definition drilling at the McWatters Mine have now been received. Some highlights of the recent results include 1.65% Ni over 39.75 metres, including 2.95% Ni over 17.25 metres and 7.51% Ni over 4.95 metres; and 0.91% Ni over 51.40 metres, including 2.05% Ni over 9.40 metres. All results from the drill program will be used to update the database compiled from previous resource drilling. A National Instrument 43-101 updated resource/reserve calculation is underway and will be released in Q1 2008.

by NationTalk on December 17, 2007907 Views

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A small push takes some children a long way in the classroom – Globe and Mail

NATIVE ISSUES: EDUCATION
A small push takes some children a long way in the classroom

JUSTINE HUNTER
December 17, 2007

VICTORIA — Sometimes the gentlest nudge in the right place can make all the difference. Shelly Johnson knows this. Among 52 first cousins, she alone beat the odds and completed a postsecondary degree.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20071217.BCEDUCATION17/TPStory/National

by NationTalk on December 17, 2007699 Views

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Two men leave halfway house; Violent offenders were new to facility – The Kingston Whig

Two men leave halfway house; Violent offenders were new to facility

Posted By Jennifer Pritchett
Posted 4 hours ago

Another two violent offenders have disappeared from the federally run Portsmouth halfway house.

http://www.thewhig.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=821345&auth=Jennifer+Pritchett

by NationTalk on December 17, 2007891 Views

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Band sells boats at loss to man behind initial deal – ChronicleHerald.ca

Band sells boats at loss to man behind initial deal
Vessels never used, intended for Indian Brook Fisheries

By MARY ELLEN MacINTYRE Truro Bureau
Mon. Dec 17 – 7:07 AM

INDIAN BROOK — The Shubenacadie band has sold 10 fishing boats for considerably less than the $2.5 million the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans paid for them two years ago. And they were sold to the same man who brokered the original deal.

http://thechronicleherald.ca/Front/998693.html

by NationTalk on December 17, 2007747 Views

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Climate problems heating up – Regina Leader-Post

Climate problems heating up

Doug Cuthand, The Leader-Post
Published: Monday, December 17, 2007

This past week the United Nations held an international conference on climate change in Bali. This was an historic gathering, but the United States along with Canada were hopelessly out of step with the rest of the world and reality.

http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/city_province/story.html?id=5a5b57c6-df31-4572-9b63-59c9183b99d2

by NationTalk on December 17, 2007779 Views

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