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Media Advisory – Ontario First Nation Leadership to Respond to Ipperwash Report

FOREST, ON, May 30 – Ontario Regional Chief Angus Toulouse together with First Nation leadership from across Ontario will host a news conference in response to the final report on the Ipperwash Inquiry scheduled to be released Thursday morning.

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Yukon Gateway Cities Celebration

FOR RELEASE #07-106
May 29, 2007

WHITEHORSE – Tourism Yukon is promoting Yukon through its Gateway Cities Marketing Campaign in Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver, announced Tourism and Culture Minister Elaine Taylor.

by NationTalk on May 30, 2007833 Views

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Additional Federal Funding awarded for Participation in the Whites Point Quarry and Marine Terminal Project Public Hearings

OTTAWA, May 30, 2007 – The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) has awarded $31,400 to seven applicants in support of their participation in the joint federal-provincial environmental panel review of the proposed Whites Point Quarry and Marine Terminal project in Digby County, Nova Scotia.

by NationTalk on May 30, 2007795 Views

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Landmark Forum: Quebec’s Labour Market Anxious to Tap into Aboriginal Workforce Solution

VAL D’OR, QC, May 30 – Quebec Workforce Connex, an innovative and results-driven labour market forum, will be hosted today and tomorrow at the Hôtel Forestel Centre de Congrès in Val d’Or. The forum is a landmark event that brings together, for the first time, all Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal labour market stakeholders in Quebec for discussions that will create new relationships based on understanding, respect and knowledge. The outcome of the conversation will build Quebec’s capacity to meet upcoming labour demand challenges. The forum will involve every Aboriginal employment centre in Quebec, sector committees, unions, employers, training institutions and provincial/federal government representatives.

by NationTalk on May 30, 2007958 Views

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Métis Voters Begin Registering For June Election

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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (May 29, 2007) Métis voters across the Province were able to start registering today for the June 27, 2007 election. 110 voters registered today at one of the twelve regional offices across the Province.

by NationTalk on May 30, 2007785 Views

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The MNO is on the Search for Métis Veterans

Did you know that if you served with the military long enough to achieve your trade qualification and received an honourable discharge, you are now considered a veteran? Veteran status recognizes the potential risk that Canadian Forces members assume by donning the uniform and serving their country.

by NationTalk on May 30, 2007965 Views

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Plutonic Power Successfully Applies for Four New Run Of-River Hydroelectric Projects

Tue May 29, 2007

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Project Highlights:

* Four project sites located in the Bute Inlet area at Algard Creek, East Orford River, North Orford River and “Elliot Neighbour” Creek

* Total design capacity of approximately 108 Megawatts (“MW”)

* Potential to generate approximately 362 Gigawatt hours (“GW.h”) of renewable energy annually

by NationTalk on May 29, 2007785 Views

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Canada’s New Government Supports Moose Factory’s Summer Arts Festival

MOOSE FACTORY, Ontario, May 29, 2007 – On behalf of the Honourable Beverley J. Oda, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Status of Women, the Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Health and Minister for the Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario, today announced funding of up to $45,000 for Moose Cree First Nation to support its annual outdoor summer arts festival, Gathering of Our People.

by NationTalk on May 29, 2007987 Views

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SPEAKING NOTES Elizabeth Hanson Regional Director General, Yukon Region at the Advantage North – Resource Development and Northern Transportation Conference

SPEAKING NOTES Elizabeth Hanson Regional Director General, Yukon Region
on behalf of the Honourable Jim Prentice, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians
at the
Advantage North – Resource Development and Northern Transportation Conference
Whitehorse, Yukon
May 29, 2007

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Good morning. I am very pleased to be speaking to you today on behalf of the Honourable Jim Prentice, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians.

by NationTalk on May 29, 2007982 Views

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Government Of Yukon Increases Funding For Vocational/Experiential Programs In Public Schools

FOR RELEASE #07-105
May 29, 2007

WHITEHORSE – Education Minister Patrick Rouble today announced a $385,000 increase to the base funding for vocational and experiential programs in Yukon’s public schools.

by NationTalk on May 29, 2007812 Views

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National Women’s Group Applauds Amnesty International

May 28, 2007 (Ottawa) – The Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies (CAEFS) emerged from its Annual General Meeting in Montreal with a clear direction from its membership to commend Amnesty International for their report on The State of the World’s Human Rights. CAEFS is a federation of 26 local, community based service providers who work with and on behalf of marginalized victimized, criminalized, and imprisoned women and girls.

by NationTalk on May 29, 2007925 Views

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Media Advisory – Ontario Receives Ipperwash Inquiry Report

TORONTO, May 29 – David Ramsay, Minister Responsible for Aboriginal Affairs, and Monte Kwinter, Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services, will be available to the media following the release of the Ipperwash Inquiry Report.

by NationTalk on May 29, 2007816 Views

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Kahnawake’s Step By Step and Family Center

MONTREAL, May 29 – You are invited to attend the Dedication/Open House Celebration on Friday, June 1st, 2007 at 9:30 a.m.

by NationTalk on May 29, 20071196 Views

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National Aboriginal Day at Oppenheimer Park!

June 21, 2007
Sponsored by the Carnegie Community Centre

Everyone Welcome!
Oppenheimer Park
Dunlevy and Cordova
11:00-4:00 pm

Drumming & Singing!
Oppenheimer Park Drum Group
Daughters of the Wind
plus!
Rapper: Will Wadhams

by NationTalk on May 29, 20071298 Views

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First Nations Health Resource Workers Train to Promote Community Wellness

Joint News Release
May 28, 2007

In a collaborative effort, the Council of Yukon First Nations, the Arctic Health Research Network-Yukon, Yukon College and the University of Toronto have organized a Spring School to help First Nations enhance their capacity to improve their responses to a range of health issues in the communities.

by NationTalk on May 29, 20071003 Views

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Urban Inuit Men’s Focus Group on Health and Wellness

The Ajunnginiq (Inuit) Centre would like to talk to Inuit men from northern and urban communities about their perspectives on health, in the hopes of getting men’s ideas about what they think the main health problems are, why these problems exist and what needs to be done to make things better.

by NationTalk on May 29, 2007763 Views

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Ceremony to Recognize the One-Year Anniversary of Métis Nation Relationship Accord

Date: Monday, May 28th, 2007
For Release: Immediate

Victoria, BC- On Monday, May 28th, 2007 the Province of British Columbia and Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) leaders recognized the one-year anniversary celebrating the signing of the historic Métis Nation Relationship Accord.

by NationTalk on May 29, 2007861 Views

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Official Mega Gathering of All Aboriginal People of Canada

All Aboriginal People of Canada are hereby convened in front of the offices of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada located in Gatineau (Hull) to participate in the First Aboriginal MEGA GATHERING regarding Aboriginal fundamental Rights & the largest Aboriginal Land Claim.

by NationTalk on May 29, 20071048 Views

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The First Step Towards an Inuit Graduate Program: Inuit Health Research and Planning Summer Institute in August 2007

OTTAWA, ONTARIO–(May 29, 2007) – The first Inuit summer institute on health research methods and planning will be held at the University of Ottawa from August 13-31, 2007. This launches an Inuit graduate program on health research, which will eventually include an Inuit Masters and Doctoral cohort.

by NationTalk on May 29, 2007836 Views

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Canada’s New Government Funds Literacy Project for CUPE Members

OTTAWA, ONTARIO–(May 29, 2007) – The Honourable Jean-Pierre Blackburn, Minister of Labour and Minister of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec, on behalf of the Honourable Monte Solberg, Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, today announced funding of $186,000 for a project that will provide workplace-based training to members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE).

by NationTalk on May 29, 2007832 Views

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Notes for an Address the Honourable Jim Prentice to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development on the Main Estimates

Notes for an Address the Honourable Jim Prentice, PC, QC, MP Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-status Indians to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development on the Main Estimates of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario
May 29, 2007

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Mr. Chairman, I thank you for inviting me to discuss the Main Estimates of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development with you and your colleagues.

by NationTalk on May 29, 20071085 Views

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Sherwood Reports Yukon Utilities Board Approves Revised Power Purchase Agreement

Decision Means Lower Cost Grid Power should be available at Minto Mine by the end of 2008

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(May 29, 2007) – Sherwood Copper Corporation (TSX VENTURE:SWC)(TSX VENTURE:SWC.DB) reports that the Yukon Utilities Board (“YUB”) has approved the amended power purchase agreement (“PPA”) between Sherwood’s wholly owned subsidiary Minto Explorations Ltd. (“MintoEx”) and Yukon Energy Corporation (“YEC”). As a result, the high grade Minto copper-gold mine should have access to grid power by the end of 2008, significantly reducing mine operating costs and providing potential for material benefits to Yukon stakeholders.

by NationTalk on May 29, 2007842 Views

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DeBeers Canada Inc. Vice President of Aboriginal and Environmental Affairs Dr Jonathan Fowler

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by NationTalk on May 29, 2007869 Views

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Government Internship Program For Aboriginal Youth

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2007ARR0009-000688
May 28, 2007

Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation
BC Public Service Agency

VICTORIA – The Province is inviting Aboriginal youth to apply for a new internship program that will open up opportunities for employment and training within the BC Public Service, Community Services Minister Ida Chong and Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation Minister Michael de Jong announced today.

by NationTalk on May 29, 20071038 Views

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Minister Prentice Announces Appointments To Yukon Enviromental And Socio-Economic Assessment Board

OTTAWA (May 24, 2007) – The Honourable Jim Prentice, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians, today announced three reappointments and one new appointment to the Yukon Environmental and Socio-Economic Assessment Board (YESAB). Ms. Tara Christie, Mr. David Keenan, and Mr. Stephen Mills have been reappointed to the board. Mr. Simon Mason-Wood has been appointed to the board as a new member. Mr. Mills and Mr. Mason-Wood have also been appointed to the executive committee.

by NationTalk on May 29, 20071361 Views

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46 Candidates File Nomination Papers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (May 28, 2007) – When nominations closed at 2 p.m. today, a total of 46 candidates had been nominated for 16 elected positions in the Provincial Métis Council of the Métis Nation – Saskatchewan. Voters for the Métis election will head to the polls on June 27, 2007.

by NationTalk on May 29, 20071115 Views

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NOSM Holds Second Annual Research Conference in Sault Ste. Marie

(28-May-2007)

On June 1-2, 2007, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) will hold its second annual Northern Health Research (NHR) Conference in Sault Ste. Marie.

by NationTalk on May 29, 2007818 Views

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FNEC Challenges Prentice to Solve Long-term Issues in First Nations Education

OTTAWA, May 28 – The First Nations Education Council (FNEC) is today embarking on a huge communications and public relations campaign designed to make the public aware of the realities of funding for First Nations schools and influence the federal government. Today, the FNEC along with a number of Quebec First Nations Chiefs, are urging the federal government to take another look at funding for First Nations schools, which are at a severe disadvantage when compared to the other schools in the province. “Our schools are attempting to survive with an outdated funding formula that has hardly changed in the last twenty years. This situation is unacceptable and intolerable.” stated the Chief of the Assembly of First Nations of Quebec and Labrador, Ghislain Picard, at a press conference held on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.

by NationTalk on May 28, 20071017 Views

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British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association: Move for Health Day Beats its BC Track Record

BURNABY, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(May 28, 2007) – A record-breaking number of Move for Health Day participants have shown the province that men, women and children in communities throughout BC are getting more physically active.

by NationTalk on May 28, 20071199 Views

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Encouraging Governments in Canada to Adopt Jordan’s Principle: What You Can Do To Help

Dear Many Hands, One Dream supporter,

As someone interested in the health of First Nations, Inuit and Métis child and youth health, you are invited to help in a new advocacy campaign.

by NationTalk on May 28, 2007992 Views

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Media advisory – Press Conference by: National Grand-Chief, Guillaume Carle – Confederation of Aboriginal People of Canada

MONTREAL, May 28 – The Confederation of Aboriginal People of Canada invites all media to:

by NationTalk on May 28, 20071410 Views

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Landmark Forum: Quebec’s Labour Market Anxious to Tap Into Aboriginal Workforce Solution

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MAY 30-31, 2007

VAL D'OR, QC, May 28 –

WHO/WHAT

For the first time, all Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal labour market stakeholders in Quebec are meeting to create new relationships based on understanding, respect and knowledge that will build their capacity to meet upcoming labour demand challenges. Quebec Workforce Connex is an interactive and results-driven forum involving every Aboriginal employment centre in Quebec, sector committees, unions, employers, training institutions and the provincial/federal government.

by NationTalk on May 28, 20071262 Views

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Improving the Patient’s Journey – The Go Forward Plan for the Canadian Cancer Control Strategy

TORONTO, May 28 – The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer board of directors met today to update Health Canada Minister Tony Clement on their go-forward plan for the implementation of a Canadian cancer control strategy.

by NationTalk on May 28, 2007852 Views

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Canadian History Video Game Launching This Week

HistoriCanada aims to change the future of Canadian History

Attention: Arts/Entertainment Editor, Assignment Editor, Education Editor, Media Editor, Tech/Telecomm Editor

TORONTO, ON, MEDIA ADVISORY–(May 28, 2007) – Media firm Bitcasters will aim to change the future of Canadian history this week with the launch of HistoriCanada, the world’s first Canadian history computer game. At the launch event taking place in Toronto, Bitcasters will unveil the game and discuss plans to give 100,000 copies away to students across Canada.

by NationTalk on May 28, 20071121 Views

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Families Often Faced With Choice of Giving Up Their Disabled Children

Coalition calls for end to government squabbling over who pays the bill for Aboriginal child health services

OTTAWA, May 28 – A coalition of national Aboriginal and health organizations is calling on federal and provincial governments to end the jurisdictional squabbling that results in hundreds of Aboriginal children and youth being denied essential health services that are available to other Canadian children.

by NationTalk on May 28, 2007892 Views

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Aboriginal Nations and Business Associations to Honour Maori King at Event

Vancouver, May 25, 2007 — One June 7, 2007 the Athabasca Tribal Council, Metis Local 1935, and the Northeastern Aboriginal Business Association will be hosting a dinner in honour of the Maori King and a high level trade delegation of the Tanui people of New Zealand. The event promises to be a historic meeting of northeastern Alberta Aboriginal, and Maori culture and business. It should also provide Maori guests with some idea of the enormous developments taking place in Alberta’s oil sands, and the considerable Aboriginal involvement with that industry.

by NationTalk on May 28, 20071012 Views

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Book Reading & Signing by Cherie Dimaline, Author of Red Rooms

Author Cherie Dimaline will be touring with her book Red Rooms, you can catch her in the following cities Saskatoon, North Bay and Toronto.

by NationTalk on May 27, 20071742 Views

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Spectra Energy Creates Aboriginal Awards to Mark Anniversary

May 25, 2007

The University of Northern British Columbia will be welcoming representatives of Spectra Energy Transmission to campus on Tuesday, May 29, to announce the creation of new student awards. The awards will mark the company’s 50th year of operations in British Columbia.

by NationTalk on May 27, 2007750 Views

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An Invite to All North Baffin Residents to Meet Jordin Tootoo

The NorTerra Group of Companies and Nunasi Corporation invite all North Baffin residents to meet Jordin Tootoo along with representatives from our companies. We will be hosting an open presentation to inform all community members about our companies and the many career opportunities available. We are visiting the region between May 28th and June 1st. Here’s when we’ll be in your community:

May 28 – Hall Beach
May 29 – Igloolik and Arctic Bay
May 30 – Grise Fiord and Resolute Bay
May 31 – Pond Inlet and Clyde River
June 1 – Iqaluit

by NationTalk on May 27, 2007752 Views

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Territorial Premiers Release Shared Vision for Canada’s North

WHITEHORSE, May 26 – Canada’s three territorial Premiers jointly released a broad collaborative vision for the North at the Northern Premiers’ Forum.

by NationTalk on May 27, 2007949 Views

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2006 Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples Conference Report Released

Grand Chief Ed John, Satsan Herb George, Assistant Deputy Minister Julian Paine connect with participants

New Relationship Conference: Working Effectively With Aboriginal Peoples Conference Report highlights
(reprinted with permission from Indigenous Corporate Training)

When Satsan Herb George, Grand Chief Ed John, Chief Gibby Jacob, Satsan Mel Bevan, and John Ward are gathered together to share their insights on any topic, the room is filled with history, admiration and hope. In an intimate setting in Prince George, a group of participants, speakers and organizers gathered for a two-day conference to connect directly with key people in business, government, industry, Aboriginal organizations and First Nations leadership positions.

by NationTalk on May 27, 20073005 Views

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APTN Has Five Music Videos Up For Grabs

May 25, 2007

The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) has $100,000 to spend on the production of five music videos for Aboriginal recording artists from across Canada; that’s $20,000 a pop. The money will go towards production costs along with travel to Toronto, where all the videos will be shot. In order to be considered for the funding artists need to complete the application form and submit support materials by the June 30, 2007 deadline.

by NationTalk on May 27, 2007848 Views

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Update: Upstream Investment Programs 2007/08

May 25th, 2007

To: All Ontario Chiefs, PTO Health Directors, Tribal Councils

Ontario Region has received the Upstream resources for fiscal year 2007/08 for the Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (ADI), Maternal/Child Health (MCH) and National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy (NAYSPS). This means that, to date, we have received $8.3M to implement these programs inclusive of the $1.M to establish a comprehensive cross-training package for the communities, as well as establishing a comprehensive Training Advisory Committee.

by NationTalk on May 27, 2007900 Views

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Video: Tyendinaga Mohawk Struggle for the Land Public Meeting in Toronto

Tyendinaga Mohawk Struggle for the Land, Part 1/8

>> Visit here to view Struggle For The Land.

by NationTalk on May 27, 2007674 Views

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Media Advisory – A Photo Opportunity – Lieutenant Governor’s “Doors Open”

TORONTO, May 26 – The Hon. James K. Bartleman invites members of the public to visit the historic Lieutenant Governor’s Suite at Queen’s Park during “Doors Open Toronto,” Saturday and Sunday May 26-27 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Guided tours will begin from the main doors of the Legislative Building every 15 minutes. A visit to the Suite will include:

by NationTalk on May 26, 2007770 Views

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Canada’s New Government Supports Projects to Improve the Quality of Life for Women in Thunder Bay and the Robinson Superior Treaty Area

THUNDER BAY, ON, May 26 – The Honourable Beverley J. Oda, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Status of Women, today announced three grants to the following local organizations:

by NationTalk on May 26, 2007808 Views

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Circumpolar Nations Join Canada in Creating an Alliance of Arctic Research Networks

QUEBEC, May 25 – Arctic research networks from Russia, Norway, France and the United States are taking part in a Canadian-led initiative that will provide the most comprehensive picture yet of the impact of climate change on the entire Arctic region.

by NationTalk on May 26, 2007798 Views

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“7th Generation, Reach Our Native Youth International Tour”

Kasp and Combz of 7th Generation have traveled to 37 communities in 4 months over the summer of 2006. They have been to BC, Alberta, Washington and the Northwest Territories to spread their inspirational messages to motivate youth of all ages and backgrounds.

by NationTalk on May 26, 2007854 Views

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Speaking Notes The Honourable Jim Prentice at the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations/ Saskatoon Tribal Council Housing Conference

SPEAKING NOTES The Honourable Jim Prentice Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians at the
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations/ Saskatoon Tribal Council Housing Conference Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
May 24, 2007

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Good morning/afternoon Elders, Chiefs, ladies and gentlemen. I’m grateful for this opportunity to talk to you today.

The subject of your conference speaks to a crucial need in First Nation communities. We all agree that safe, affordable, appropriate housing is a basic human requirement, and one of the contributing factors to sound, healthy communities. It is a key element in such quality of life issues as good health, positive educational outcomes, and stable family environments. But unfortunately we can also agree that there are many challenges around housing in First Nations communities that need to be addressed.

by NationTalk on May 26, 2007902 Views

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United Nations Forum Calls For ‘Free, Prior And Informed Consent’ By Indigenous Peoples For Projects On Their Lands, As Two-Week Session Ends

Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Sixth Session
16th & 17th Meetings (AM & PM)

Urges General Assembly Adoption of Indigenous Rights Declaration; Approves Texts on Anti-Poverty Goals, Human Rights, Urban Migration

Expressing the strong belief that indigenous peoples’ right to access and manage communal lands and natural resources was central to their collective survival, the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues recommended today that Governments adopt, in relevant national legislation, the principle of “free, prior and informed consent” of indigenous peoples regarding potential development projects or other activities carried out on their lands.

by NationTalk on May 26, 2007868 Views

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