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A recipe for failure, heartache – The Times

A recipe for failure, heartache

Paul J. Henderson, The Times
Published: Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Some local aboriginal leaders–along with leaders from across the province–sent hard-hitting letters last week to Minister of Children & Family Development (MCFD) Tom Christensen about a piece of legislation that he then backed off on introducing.

http://www.canada.com/chilliwacktimes/news/story.html?id=ea199d61-b0b3-4c92-9319-41ca6c48ae7c

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Nunavut centres prepare for busy season of Arctic research – CBC

Nunavut centres prepare for busy season of Arctic research

This year is set to become one of the busiest years for Arctic research, as more than 1,000 researchers from around the world plan to converge upon Canada’s North to carry out International Polar Year research.

http://www.cbc.ca/technology/story/2008/05/06/ipy-season.html

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Aboriginal Artist ‘Reclaims’ Buses Today – Winnipeg Free Press

Aboriginal artist ‘reclaims’ buses today

Updated: May 6

Local artist Cheyenne Henry is riding with Transit Tom this morning, dressed in traditional Aboriginal regalia as she “reclaims” the public transit system in Winnipeg.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breakingnews/story/4169766p-4757823c.html

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Canadian UNICEF Worker Wins Prestigious Award

Pernille Ironside Honoured for Helping Child Soldiers and Victims of Violence

Toronto – May 6, 2008 – Pernille Ironside, a Canadian aid worker for UNICEF, was recognized today with a prestigious Top 40 Under 40 Award by Caldwell Partners for her outstanding efforts working with UNICEF to save and improve the lives of children and women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

by NationTalk on May 6, 20082095 Views

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Climb for Kids – Winnipeg, Elevates Children & Youth to New Levels with over $42,000 Raised(BBBSW)

Winnipeg / May 6 – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Winnipeg (BBBSW) is very proud today as it celebrates the success of its first “Climb for Kids Challenge” in support of Aboriginal children and youth mentorship and special learning opportunities.

A virtual climb to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, the event raised over $22,000 in sponsorship support and pledges, with 120 participants walking a collective 4,800,000 steps as a community in support of Aboriginal youth. Thanks to additional donations and fundraising efforts throughout the year, over $42,000 has been raised in total.

by NationTalk on May 6, 20081715 Views

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Kashechewan Residents Back At Home

Fort Albany Residents To Return Today And Tomorrow

TORONTO, May 6 –

NEWS

All 861 Kashechewan residents are back at home 11 days after their community was evacuated due to the threat of severe flooding. Residents of Fort Albany started returning home yesterday.

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Labrador Iron Mines Holdings Limited – Permit Process Initiated

Agreement signed with Labrador Innu

TORONTO, May 5 – Labrador Iron Mines Holdings Limited (TSX:LIR) reports that it has submitted the Project Registration Application for the first phase of development of the Company’s Schefferville iron ore project to the Department of Environment and Conservation in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador and to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA).

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Alberta minister rejects inquiry into duck deaths – Globe and Mail

Alberta minister rejects inquiry into duck deaths

JIM MACDONALD
THE CANADIAN PRESS
May 5, 2008 at 6:03 PM EDT

EDMONTON — The Alberta government is rejecting calls for a public inquiry into the death of 500 ducks that landed on a toxic oil sands tailings pond.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080505.wducksminister0505/BNStory/National/

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York Science Olympics Challenges High School Students with ‘Green Games’

TORONTO, May 5, 2008 — The 29th annual York University Engineering & Science Olympics will test the skills of Ontario’s brightest high school students in the area of sustainable science and engineering on Tuesday, May 6.

by NationTalk on May 6, 20081034 Views

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Keyano College to host Alberta-North Access Symposium

May 5, 2008

Keyano College is proud to host the third annual Alberta-North Access Symposium from May 7 – 9. Over 110 delegates from all over northern Alberta are arriving next week to participate in this unique distance education conference.

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City presents 2008 Youth Awards

May 2 , 2008

The City of Vancouver Youth Awards were presented tonight at a special ceremony honouring outstanding individuals, programs and organizations that make positive contributions to the community.

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Aurora Energy Resources Inc.: Infill Drill Results Strengthen Jacques Lake Resource, Uranium Pipeline

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(May 5, 2008) – Aurora Energy Resources Inc. (“Aurora” or “the Company”) (TSX:AXU) is pleased to announce that its winter infill drilling program has further demonstrated the continuity of the known resource at the Company’s 100%-owned Jacques Lake Deposit (“Jacques Lake”) in Coastal Labrador.

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Beneficiaries cast the first round of votes yesterday in the Nunatsiavut presidential election – OKSociety.com

Monday, May 5th 2008
11:26 AM

First Round of Results

Advanced polls were set up in each of the communities preceding the actual voting day, May 6th.

http://oksociety2.bravejournal.com/entry/25683

by NationTalk on May 6, 2008816 Views

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2nd Annual Stolen Sisters Awareness Walk

Date: Saturday, May 10, 2008

Time: 11:00 AM

Location: Edmonton Canadian Native Friendship Centre

Address: 11205-101 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 2A4

by NationTalk on May 6, 20081093 Views

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Conference gives students entrepreneurial knowledge and experience – The Northerner

Conference gives students entrepreneurial knowledge and experience

The one-and-a-half day conference focused on opportunities for youth in economic development and included speakers such as Chief Tammy Cook-Searson of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band (LLRIB); Carol Lumb, director of the Saskatchewan Tourism Education Council; Lesley Scorgie, a financial planner and author of Rich by Thirty; Jaclyn Zeiller, financial services representative of First Nations Bank; Troy Payne, motivational speaker on career opportunities in entrepreneurship; and Vickie Newmeyer, of Eventful Productions and creator of the Lemonade Marketing Game.

http://www.townoflaronge.ca/TheNortherner/Story.php?id=426

by NationTalk on May 6, 2008789 Views

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Metro’s trash plan trashed – Vancouver Sun

Metro’s trash plan trashed
North Van councillor wants garbage to stay in B.C.

Kent Spencer, The Province
Published: Monday, May 05, 2008

Metro Vancouver should meet with the minister of environment and native groups to sort out its garbage-disposal problems, says a North Vancouver councillor.

http://www.canada.com/theprovince/news/story.html?id=c98739d9-4508-4e35-86af-4514c70789d4&k=41946

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Deadline: 2008 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

May 5, 2008

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: June 30, 2008

The 3rd Annual Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards (APCMA) is scheduled for Friday, November 7th at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg. All submissions need to be in their office by 5pm June 30, 2008.

by NationTalk on May 6, 20081232 Views

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Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service Stop a Vehicle Which Leads to the Seizure of 200,000 Cigarettes by the Cornwall RCMP Detachment

AKWEASASNE, ON, May 5 – On April 30th, 2008, at 9:30 a.m., an officer from the Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service observed a suspicious 2003 Chevrolet Impala northbound on International Road in Akwesasne, Ontario. As the officer attempted to stop the vehicle, the vehicle turned into a construction site and the driver got out and fled on foot. The officer, who was unable to locate the driver, observed the vehicle to be carrying many cardboard boxes filled with bags of cigarettes. An officer from the Cornwall RCMP detachment was contacted and attended the scene. The RCMP officer seized 1,000 re-sealable bags of cigarettes that are believed to be manufactured in the United States. This represents 200,000 cigarettes valued at $22,000 that were not properly packaged or stamped and were destined to be sold illegally.

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B.C. Helps Aboriginal Hockey Players Reach National Ice

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2008ARR0013-000700
May 5, 2008

Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation

VANCOUVER – A $10,000 grant from the Province helped 40 Aboriginal athletes from across B.C. compete in the 2008 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC) in Green Oaks, Ontario, near Sault Ste. Marie.

by NationTalk on May 6, 20081222 Views

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Dealing with gang activities difficult – Regina Leader-Post

Dealing with gang activities difficult

Doug Cuthand, Special to The Leader-Post
Published: Monday, May 05, 2008

In the past, young men who were destined to be warriors were given the job of guarding the camp while the men were out hunting or away at war. Other young men and women were assigned the duty of looking after their grandparents and other elders. Back then, young people were brought up to think of the best interests of the camp before themselves. They were the future peacekeepers and protectors.

http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/city_province/story.html?id=adaec83b-f449-45be-a735-66e2666f0e2d

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New law school a step closer to reality – Law Times

New law school a step closer to reality
Law society gives Lakehead preliminary approval

By Robert Todd | Publication Date: Monday, 05 May 2008

Northern Ontario has inched closer to having its own law school after the Law Society of Upper Canada gave preliminary approval last week to a bid from Lakehead University.

http://www.lawtimesnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=4032&Itemid=0

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Kim Baird, 37 – Globe and Mail

Kim Baird, 37
First nation chief negotiated historic treaty

LISA STEPHENS
From Tuesday’s Globe and Mail
May 5, 2008 at 12:47 PM EDT

Chief, Tsawwassen First Nation, B.C.
Kim Baird, the youngest chief elected to head the 400-member Tsawwassen First Nation, was a key player in negotiating British Columbia’s first modern urban land treaty, an agreement she proudly says will let her people “take control over our own destiny.”

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080505.wtop40-baird06/BNStory/robAtTop/

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Parks Canada reviewing no-gun policy – Globe and Mail

PROTECTION AGAINST POLAR BEARS
Parks Canada reviewing no-gun policy

BOB WEBER
The Canadian Press
May 5, 2008

Arctic adventurer and writer Jerry Kobalenko is usually happy to see wildlife on his excursions, but his most recent trip to Torngat Mountains National Park Reserve on Labrador’s northern tip offered more than he needed.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20080505.BEARS05/TPStory/?query=ABORIGINAL

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Clement offers interim help – CTV

Clement offers interim help

Updated Mon. May. 5 2008 12:12 PM ET
CTV.ca News Staff

Families in a northern Manitoba native community will have the special medical needs costs for their children covered while governments work out the details, says Health Minister Tony Clement.

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20080504/wpg_clement_funding_080504/20080505/

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Dead loon found days after duck disaster – Calgary Sun

Dead loon found days after duck disaster

Mon, May 5, 2008

Greenpeace officials are again crying foul after a loon was found dead and two others in distress at the ConocoPhillips tar sands site, the second wildlife incident in the oilsands in a week.

http://calsun.canoe.ca/News/Alberta/2008/05/05/5471761-sun.html

by NationTalk on May 5, 2008698 Views

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Arviat council offers to take pay cut to balance books – CBC

Arviat council offers to take pay cut to balance books

Last Updated: Monday, May 5, 2008 | 8:52 AM CT
CBC News

Hamlet councillors in Arviat, Nunavut, are offering to sacrifice their honorariums as they try to deal with a growing operational deficit.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2008/05/05/arviat-cuts.html

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Province Announces $2.8-Million Boost For Mental Health And Addictions Services

May 5, 2008
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New Funds for Community-Based Services Will Strengthen Supports For Manitobans on the Road to Recovery: Irvin-Ross

The province is investing $2.8 million to increase access to community mental health and addictions services, and hire 20 new front-line mental health professionals, Healthy Living Minister Kerri Irvin-Ross announced today, marking the beginning of Mental Health Week in Canada.

by NationTalk on May 5, 20081147 Views

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Speaking Notes for the Honourable Chuck Strahl at the Start of Operations for the First Nations Market Housing Fund

Speaking Notes Notes for an address by the Honourable Chuck Strahl, PC, MP Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians
at the
Start of Operations for the First Nations Market Housing Fund
Ottawa, Ontario
May 5, 2008

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Thank you.

It’s a real pleasure for me to join my Cabinet colleague, Minister Solberg, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland regional chief Rick Simon, and all of you to celebrate the start of the First Nations Market Housing Fund.

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Bridging the Cultural Gap Through Dance, Music and Film

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Bridging the cultural gap through dance, music and film
Show brings First Nations youth from isolated reserve to share experiences

Toronto (ONTARIO) May 6th, 2008 – Bridging the cultural gap through dance, music and film Show brings First Nations youth from isolated reserve to share experiences

This is a show that proves dreams really do come true. Through a video-dance montage, a group of at-risk youth – who will travel to Toronto from their isolated First Nation reserve in northern Ontario to perform at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts on May 21 and 22, 2008 – will share where they come from and express who they want to be. Outside Looking In’s first-annual performance will give Canadians the opportunity to look inside a First Nations community, while First Nations youth get to see beyond theirs.

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The Government of Canada Supports Full Circle: First Nations Performance

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(May 5, 2008) – Aboriginal theatre students in British Columbia will have continued access to professional arts training thanks to an investment by the Government of Canada.

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Alberta Star Receives Full Authorization to Proceed With Drill Permitting for the Development of the Eldorado South IOCG & Uranium Project

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(May 5, 2008) – Alberta Star Development Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE:ASX)(OTCBB:ASXSF)(FRANKFURT:QLD) is pleased to announce that the Company has formally signed an amendment to their original “Master Access & Benefits” agreement (the “Agreement”) with the Deline Land Corporation allowing it to proceed with the permitting and development of the Eldorado South IOCG & uranium project. The agreement expands the surface exploration work which will encompass the Company’s newly developing exploration project known as the Eldorado South IOCG & uranium project.

by NationTalk on May 5, 2008994 Views

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The Government of Canada Takes Action to Address Canada’s Need for Skilled Labour

OTTAWA, ONTARIO–(May 5, 2008) – The Honourable Monte Solberg, Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, today announced new support for the Construction Sector Council to address skilled labour shortages in the construction industry.

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Recreational Fisheries Awards

OTTAWA, ONTARIO–(May 5, 2008) – In a ceremony in Ottawa today, the Honourable Loyola Hearn, Federal Minister of Fisheries and Oceans awarded the 2008 Recreational Fisheries Awards. This year, two individuals and three organizations received the prestigious award.

by NationTalk on May 5, 20081163 Views

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NDP Dismisses Conservative Publicity Stunt on Education

2008-05-03

The NDP is dismissing Chuck Strahl’s visit to the United Nations as an attempt to divert attention away 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 5, 20081050 Views

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Minister Congratulates Arts Council Award Winners

Tourism, Culture and Recreation
May 5, 2008

The Honourable Clyde Jackman, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Recreation, today extended congratulations to the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council (NLAC) Arts Award winners, who were recognized at a gala celebration held Saturday, May 3, at the Reid Theatre in St. John’s.

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Media Advisory: New U of C Master’s of Social Work Degree to Be Offered at Blue Quills First Nations College

May 2, 2008
MEDIA ADVISORY

Northern social workers who want to further their careers now have an opportunity to apply for a master’s degree in social work (MSW) at Blue Quills First Nations College, in partnership with the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary and Alberta Advanced Education and Technology.

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All Ontario Chiefs Conference

June 3-5, 2008

Further to the previous Announcement regarding the 34th All Ontario Chiefs Conference. This will serve to inform you that the 34th Annual Assembly of the Ontario Chiefs will be hosted by Red Rock Indian Band (Lake Helen) from June 3rd to 5th, 2008, to be held at their Traditional Gathering Grounds. This year’s assembly represents our 19th consecutive year in hosting the Annual Conference by one of our First Nation communities.

by NationTalk on May 5, 20081117 Views

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A Changed Perspective (Hamilton Spectator)

A Changed Perspective

May 05, 2008
Joan Walters
The Hamilton Spectator

A new attitude — at least among some politicians — is taking hold in Canada on the right of Aboriginal Peoples to protest, occupy, blockade and take other action in support of historic grievances.

http://www.thespec.com/News/Local/article/364340

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Sask. national aboriginal hockey champs – The StarPhoenix

Sask. national aboriginal hockey champs

The StarPhoenix
Published: Monday, May 05, 2008

Greg Young scored a pair of goals to lead Saskatchewan to a 4-3 win over Eastern Door and The North, representing Quebec, in the final of the national aboriginal hockey championship Saturday in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

http://www.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/news/sports/story.html?id=90a0cf85-e489-4866-b146-916a8066b477

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Youth Want Native World View Reflected in School Curriculum – North Bay Nugget

Youth want native world view reflected in school curriculum

Posted By Jeffrey Ross

The Winter Fire Youth Conference brought together 100 urban aboriginal youth from Toronto to address the issues and needs of urban youth and give voice to the challenges they face in striving for a strong future.

http://www.nugget.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1013172

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Natives Share Hopes and Dreams at Conference – The Intelligencer

Natives share hopes and dreams at conference

Posted By Henry Bury

Kenny Blacksmith came a great distance to try and help foster a greater understanding between his native people and the Belleville community.

http://www.intelligencer.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1014325&auth=Henry+Bury

by NationTalk on May 5, 2008693 Views

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City Police Have no Plans to Budge Native Protesters – The Expositor

City police have no plans to budge native protesters

Posted By Michael-Allan Marion

City police won’t help end native protests at the northwest Brantford construction site for a hotel, where work has been halted by Six Nations’ Confederacy activists.

http://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1013760

by NationTalk on May 5, 2008706 Views

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First Nations Market Housing Fund is Open for Business

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GATINEAU (May 5, 2008) – The Government of Canada is making home ownership a reality for more First Nations people living on reserve. Today, Monte Solberg, Minister of Human Resources and Social Development and Minister responsible for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) and Chuck Strahl, Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians announced the official opening of the First Nations Market Housing Fund.

by NationTalk on May 5, 20081134 Views

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Residential school study will be painful process – Niagara Falls Review

Residential school study will be painful process

For the most part, it is hard to criticize the federal government’s plan to create a special commission devoted to hearing the aftermath of the residential school disaster.

http://www.niagarafallsreview.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1013587

by NationTalk on May 5, 2008608 Views

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Special needs kids on reserve will have costs covered – Sudbury Star

Special needs kids on reserve will have costs covered

Families in a northern Manitoba native community will have the costs of special medical needs for their children covered, says Health Minister Tony Clement.

http://www.thesudburystar.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1013669

by NationTalk on May 5, 2008753 Views

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Apprenticeship program gets $600k boost – TheChronicleHerald.ca

Apprenticeship program gets $600k boost

By LAURA FRASER Cape Breton Bureau

MEMBERTOU — Shelly Pye says she has proved to her male co-workers that she knows what to do under the hood of a car.

http://thechronicleherald.ca/NovaScotia/1053967.html

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New OMA President Sets Recruitment and Retention as Priorities for Year

Points to predicted U.S. shortage as reason to remain vigilant

TORONTO, May 4 – Dr. Ken Arnold, the new president of the Ontario Medical Association (OMA), says Ontario’s health care system must be able to compete with other Canadian jurisdictions as well as the United States. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, by 2020, the doctor shortage in the United States is expected to grow to 250,000, increasing competition for doctors in North America and highlighting the need to remain focused on recruitment and retention.

by NationTalk on May 5, 2008992 Views

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Activists pose threat to 2010 Games: analysts (CTV.ca)

Activists pose threat to 2010 Games: analysts

Updated Sun. May. 4 2008 2:03 PM ET
The Canadian Press

VANCOUVER — Changing tactics by Canadian activists pose a serious threat to security at the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver, security analysts say.

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20080504/BC_CP_Activists_Threaten_Games_080504/20080504?hub=Canada&s_name=

by NationTalk on May 5, 2008752 Views

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Economic development should be at forefront for bands: expert – The Chronicle Journal

Economic development should be at forefront for bands: expert

By Carl Clutchey
Sunday, May 4, 2008

A veteran native development officer says she‘s confident more Ontario bands will escape their cycle of poverty and despair if they adopt a sometimes unpopular strategy that focuses on economic development.

http://www.chroniclejournal.com/stories_local.php?id=107334

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The Government of Canada Supports Tyrconnell Heritage Society

DUTTON, ONTARIO–(May 3, 2008) – The community of Dunwich/Dutton will be able to take part in educational and cultural activities and events that celebrate the local heritage of the region, thanks to an investment from the Government of Canada.

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