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Bad weather hindering observers from reaching gulf seal hunt – Metro Canada

Bad weather hindering observers from reaching gulf seal hunt

HALIFAX, N.S. – Bad weather is preventing anti-seal hunt observers from reaching the second day of the hunt in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence around Quebec’s Iles de la Madeleine.

http://www.metronews.ca/calgary/canada/article/201910

by NationTalk on March 24, 2009545 Views

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Doctor sharing: Eganville finds unusual solution to MD shortage – Ottawa Citizen

Doctor sharing: Eganville finds unusual solution to MD shortage
Agreement with nearby First Nation Algonquins likely first of its kind

By Andrew Duffy, The Ottawa Citizen

OTTAWA — Eganville’s long search for a new family doctor has finally met with success, thanks to the assistance of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation.

http://www.ottawacitizen.com/Health/Doctor+sharing+Eganville+finds+unusual+solution+shortage/1420011/story.html

by NationTalk on March 24, 2009624 Views

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Deaths of aboriginal men in jail fire almost inevitable: Lawyer (Toronto Star)

Deaths of aboriginal men in jail fire almost inevitable: Lawyer

Mar 23, 2009 02:25 PM
THE CANADIAN PRESS

The deaths of two aboriginal men trapped in cells during a jailhouse fire were almost inevitable given the deplorable state of policing in First Nation communities, a coroner’s inquest heard today.

http://www.thestar.com/article/606900

by NationTalk on March 24, 2009629 Views

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Cultural reconnect: Aboriginal youth explore history, traditions – Herald Tribune

Cultural reconnect: Aboriginal youth explore history, traditions

CHRISTOPHER MILLS – Herald-Tribune Staff

Getting in touch with one’s cultural heritage can be a rewarding experience, and for Aboriginal youth, the Spirit Seekers conference aimed to provide just that.

http://www.dailyheraldtribune.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1491083

by NationTalk on March 24, 2009550 Views

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No further action on Ahenakew case, acquittal stands – CBC.ca

No further action on Ahenakew case, acquittal stands

Last Updated: Monday, March 23, 2009

Justice officials in Saskatchewan say they will not appeal the acquittal of David Ahenakew, who was found not guilty of promoting hatred against Jews.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/saskatchewan/story/2009/03/23/ahenakew-case.html

by NationTalk on March 24, 2009646 Views

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Violent fugitive may be in Calgary, police say – Calgary Herald

Violent fugitive may be in Calgary, police say

By Jason van Rassel, Calgary Herald

Police believe a violent fugitive may be in the Calgary area.

Donovan Miller, 40, is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant after he failed to return to a halfway house.

http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/Violent+fugitive+Calgary+police/1419232/story.html

by NationTalk on March 24, 2009645 Views

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Toronto survey slammed for paying people to play homeless – CBC.ca

Toronto survey slammed for paying people to play homeless

Last Updated: Monday, March 23, 2009 | 3:31 PM ET
CBC News

The City of Toronto’s plan to pay people to act as homeless people in an upcoming survey is being decried by street activists as “disgusting” and a waste of money.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/toronto/story/2009/03/23/toronto-homeless.html

by NationTalk on March 24, 2009563 Views

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Native communities can help drive economy – dailygleaner.com

Native communities can help drive economy

Published Monday March 23rd, 2009

Training | It’s time to get workforce ready, says native leader

Native people need more access to literacy and training programs if they’re to play a part in driving Canada’s economy, says the national chief of the Assembly of First Nations.

http://dailygleaner.canadaeast.com/search/article/611694

by NationTalk on March 24, 2009574 Views

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European seal bans worry Nunavut politicians – CBC

European seal bans worry Nunavut politicians

Last Updated: Friday, March 20, 2009

European sealing bans have become an urgent concern among Nunavut politicians after Russia decided this week to ban the hunting of baby harp seals while the European Union considers its own seal ban.

http://www.cbc.ca/world/story/2009/03/20/nunavut-seal.html

by NationTalk on March 21, 2009615 Views

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Give share of PST revenues to First Nations, too – StarPhoenix

Give share of PST revenues to First Nations, too

Doug Cuthand, The StarPhoenix
Published: Friday, March 20, 2009

If the revenue side of the provincial budget unveiled Wednesday holds up, we could be the only jurisdiction in North America to post a surplus this fiscal year.

http://www2.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/columnists/story.html?id=09b7ecc8-56ea-47d4-8522-781e000837f3

by NationTalk on March 21, 2009664 Views

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Native actor Beach keen to help troubled youth on N.S. reserve – lfpress.ca

Native actor Beach keen to help troubled youth on N.S. reserve

By CASSANDRA SZKLARSKI, THE CANADIAN PRESS

TORONTO — Aboriginal actor Adam Beach says he wants to meet regularly with the young people of Eskasoni, N.S., in a bid to stop a rash of suicides that has plagued the community.

http://lfpress.ca/newsstand/Today/Entertainment/2009/03/20/8819296-sun.html

by NationTalk on March 21, 2009531 Views

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First Nations to benefit from federal water spending – Vancouver Province

First Nations to benefit from federal water spending

By Frank Luba, Vancouver Province

VANCOUVER — Ottawa is giving money to 14 First Nations communities for water and waste-water projects.

The projects, including two in B.C., were announced Thursday by Indian Affairs Minister Chuck Strahl.

http://www.canada.com/news/national/story.html?id=1409384

by NationTalk on March 21, 2009632 Views

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Government, natives and business: Collision is possible, but not unavoidable – theglobeandmail.com

BC Politics: DISPATCH: LAND-CLAIMS PROCESS
Government, natives and business: Collision is possible, but not unavoidable

JUSTINE HUNTER
March 20, 2009

VICTORIA — In a private room at Vancouver’s Terminal City Club last Friday afternoon, the province’s top three native leaders sat down with mining industry executives to discuss how a pending law to recognize aboriginal title would change the way business is done in B.C.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20090320.BCDISPATCH20/TPStory/National

by NationTalk on March 21, 2009511 Views

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Aboriginal Groups Disappointed by Budget – StarPhoenix

Aboriginal Groups Disappointed by Budget

By Luke Simcoe, The StarPhoenix

As news of the budget trickled down throughout the province Thursday, a number of interest groups were offering their reaction to the Saskatchewan Party’s fiscal plan.

http://www.canada.com/News/Aboriginal+groups+disappointed+budget/1408497/story.html

by NationTalk on March 21, 2009596 Views

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The Human Disaster in the Canadian Territory of Nunavut – republicofmining.com

The Human Disaster in the Canadian Territory of Nunavut – by Colin Alexander

As Canada’s Nunavut territory approaches its tenth anniversary on April 1, we should look at the mismatch between resource investment and the Inuit human capital, and consider these points:

http://www.republicofmining.com/2009/03/17/the-human-disaster-in-the-canadian-territory-of-nunavut-by-colin-alexander/

by NationTalk on March 20, 2009738 Views

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Nurturing economic prosperity in the native community

Nurturing economic prosperity in the native community

Published Friday March 20th, 2009

Communication National chief to address First Nations, business leaders

The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations will deliver the keynote address as members of the provinces First Nations and many of its most prominent business leaders get together on Saturday to discuss mutually beneficial relationships between both groups.

http://nbbusinessjournal.canadaeast.com/front/article/609563

by NationTalk on March 20, 2009631 Views

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A call for a ‘new way of doing business’ – winnipegfreepress.com

A call for a ‘new way of doing business’
Look to aboriginals as partners: Fontaine

Aboriginal people are open to business — as long as they’re on an equal level at the same table, the country’s national chief says.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/a-call-for-a-new-way-of-doing-business-41553927.html

by NationTalk on March 20, 2009622 Views

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Innu man completes diabetes walk – CBC

Innu man completes diabetes walk

Last Updated: Wednesday, March 18, 2009

The Innu community of Natuashish in Labrador welcomed a man Wednesday who walked 300-kilometres to raise awareness about diabetes in aboriginal communities.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/newfoundland-labrador/story/2009/03/18/andrew-walk.html

by NationTalk on March 20, 2009688 Views

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Crown stays assault charge against Pauchay – StarPhoenix

Crown stays assault charge against Pauchay

Saskatchewan News Network; Regina Leader-Post
March 19, 2009

A man who is in prison for the freezing deaths of his two children will not go to trial on a charge of assaulting their mother.

http://www.thestarphoenix.com/news/Crown+stays+assault+charge+against+Pauchay/1404173/story.html

by NationTalk on March 20, 2009767 Views

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Hosting aboriginal awards show really is day at the Beach for actor – Winnipeg Free Press

Hosting aboriginal awards show really is day at the Beach for actor

By: TV / Brad Oswald

FOR Adam Beach, this is all about the victories.

The Manitoba-born actor, who knows more than most about overcoming obstacles and achieving far beyond what was believed possible, says returning home to co-host the 16th annual National Aboriginal Achievement Awards (which air Saturday at 8 p.m. on Global and 10 p.m. on APTN) provides an opportunity to join in a celebration that focuses on the positives at a time when too much of the news about Canada’s native population tends toward the negative.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/entertainment/the_tab/hosting-aboriginal-awards-show-really-is-day-at-the-beach–for-actor-41482717.html

by NationTalk on March 19, 2009816 Views

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Leonard Paul – Visual Art – CBC

Leonard Paul – Visual Art

Location:
Hantsport, NS

“I paint with a pencil and draw with a brush.”

http://www.cbc.ca/aboriginal/2009/03/leonard_paul_visual_art/

by NationTalk on March 19, 2009981 Views

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Native education program gets an F: audit – CNews

Native education program gets an F: audit

By Sue Bailey, THE CANADIAN PRESS

OTTAWA – The Harper government flunks accountability, says a new audit that blasts lax controls over almost $300 million meant to help native students get to college or university.

http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Politics/2009/03/18/8796196-cp.html

by NationTalk on March 19, 2009641 Views

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Community forestry concept gaining momentum – northernontariobusiness.com

Community forestry concept gaining momentum

By: Ian Ross

Having a greater say in the management of forests was on the minds of 120 attendees at a Thunder Bay workshop in early March.

http://www.northernontariobusiness.com/Industry-News/aboriginal-businesses/Community-forestry-concept-gaining-momentum.aspx

by NationTalk on March 19, 2009488 Views

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Uranium exploration holds concern for First Nation – northernontariobusiness.com

Uranium exploration holds concern for First Nation

By: Ian Ross

Uranium exploration activity in Elliot Lake has a community demanding the province start formal consultation proceedings with Serpent River First Nation on its traditional and treaty lands. Chief Isadore Day is waiting on the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines to respond on a commitment for “pre-consultation” on the issue of uranium mining in the band’s traditional territory.

http://www.northernontariobusiness.com/Industry-News/aboriginal-businesses/Uranium-exploration-holds-concern-for-First-Nation.aspx

by NationTalk on March 19, 2009520 Views

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Ningark sworn in as Akulliq MLA, completing Nunavut assembly – CBC

Ningark sworn in as Akulliq MLA, completing Nunavut assembly

Last Updated: Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Nunavut’s third legislative assembly finally got a full set of MLAs Tuesday, as John Ningark was sworn in as the representative for Akulliq.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2009/03/17/ningark-mla.html

by NationTalk on March 18, 2009641 Views

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Healthy challenge targets students – Gazette

Healthy challenge targets students

Published: March 17, 2009
Teresa Bird
Gazette staff

PORT HARDY – Students at Port Hardy Secondary have taken on a six-week challenge to be healthier.

http://www.bclocalnews.com/lifestyles/41402284.html

by NationTalk on March 18, 2009630 Views

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NDP concerned about environmental protection changes – Wawatay News

NDP concerned about environmental protection changes

by: Rick Garrick – Wawatay News

The New Democratic Party is concerned about sweeping measures in the recently passed Budget Implementation Act, which threaten the lakes and rivers where Canadians, fish, play, enjoy wildlife and draw their drinking water.

http://www.wawataynews.ca/archive/all/2009/3/18/NDP-concerned-about-environmental-protection-changes_15891

by NationTalk on March 18, 2009593 Views

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FNUC to restructure board – StarPhoenix

FNUC to restructure board
Governance model resulted in censure from teachers’ body

By Luke Simcoe, The StarPhoenix
March 18, 2009

Officials from the First Nations University of Canada (FNUC) have taken steps to address the school’s ongoing censure by the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) by announcing plans to restructure the university’s beleaguered board of governors.

http://www.thestarphoenix.com/news/FNUC+restructure+board/1400568/story.html

by NationTalk on March 18, 2009793 Views

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Helping women move out of shelters – Catholic Register

Helping women move out of shelters

Written by Sheila Dabu, The Catholic Register,

TORONTO – It’s been three years since Lynne Fisher moved out of a shelter and into her own apartment.

The 49-year-old marital abuse survivor was on the brink of homelessness and credits the Independent Living Account program for helping her regain her independence.

http://www.catholicregister.org/content/view/2598/849/

by NationTalk on March 18, 2009623 Views

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Building leadership in Aboriginal education – Western News

Building leadership in Aboriginal education

By Heather Travis
Monday, March 16, 2009 J

ohn Snake dreamed about completing graduate studies in a First Nations community, but he never thought it would happen in his lifetime.

http://communications.uwo.ca/com/western_news/stories/building_leadership_in_aboriginal_education_20090316443860/

by NationTalk on March 18, 2009649 Views

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Politics splits community – Timmins Daily Press

Politics splits community

Posted By MARIA CALABRESE, SUN MEDIA

Some members of the Temagami First Nation on Bear Island voted Saturday to impeach their chief and council.

http://www.timminspress.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1481776

by NationTalk on March 17, 2009666 Views

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Fire victims help others in need – Canada.com

Fire victims help others in need

Family uses donations from their house fire to aid those left homeless in late January

By Danielle Bell, Daily News

The excess of donations received by a Nanaimo family after they lost everything in a house fire earlier this year are being donated to two other families left homeless after a blaze.

http://www.canada.com/Fire+victims+help+others+need/1397093/story.html

by NationTalk on March 17, 2009772 Views

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Native leaders unhappy about bill delay – Globe and Mail

ABORGINAL RECOGNITION AND RECONCILIATION ACT
Native leaders unhappy about bill delay

GREG JOYCE
The Canadian Press
March 17, 2009

VANCOUVER — First Nations leaders are disappointed with a provincial government decision to delay groundbreaking legislation affecting aboriginals until after the May 12 election, a member of the First Nations Summit executive said yesterday.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20090317.BCTREATY17/TPStory/National

by NationTalk on March 17, 2009808 Views

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Finally, the minister speaks (Toronto Sun)

Finally, the minister speaks
But still no deputy minister overseeing aboriginal prison issues

By MARK BONOKOSKI
Last Updated: 17th March 2009

On the very day last week that federal Safety Minister Peter Van Loan re-appointed Howard Sapers to another term as corrections ombudsman, Van Loan’s office finally responded to two-month-old e-mails and voice messages regarding questions posed here about Sapers’ persistent recommendation for a distinct deputy commissioner in Corrections Canada to oversee aboriginal prison issues.

http://www.torontosun.com/news/columnists/mark_bonokoski/2009/03/17/8774771-sun.html

by NationTalk on March 17, 2009717 Views

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Feds to provide $65M over two years for on-reserve housing – London Free Press

Feds to provide $65M over two years for on-reserve housing

Tue, March 17, 2009

POINT EDWARD — Ontario will receive $65 million over two years to improve on-reserve housing conditions and create aboriginal construction jobs, the federal Indian Affairs minister announced yesterday.

http://lfpress.ca/newsstand/News/CanadaWorld/2009/03/17/8776921-sun.html

by NationTalk on March 17, 2009563 Views

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Finalist at TVO’s Allan King Film Festival – Knet

The short film TURTLE LODGE by Toronto filmmaker Adriana Capozzi has been selected as a finalist at TVO’s Allan King Film Festival — it is one of 3 finalists – and the only Aboriginal entry – and you can vote next week online.

Submitter Name: Brian Beaton

http://media.knet.ca/node/6589

by NationTalk on March 17, 2009605 Views

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Home, Moldy Home – Dominion Paper

Home, Moldy Home
Victoria paper investigates West Coast Indigenous housing crisis

by Kim Petersen

TRADITIONAL TERRITORY OF SNUNEYMUXW FIRST NATION (NANAIMO, BC)–Coming quickly on the heels of a seven-part exposé of an Indigenous housing crisis in Victoria-based newspaper Times Colonist, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) Minister Chuck Strahl promised $50 million for Indigenous housing on British Columbia reserves. It is part of the $400 million over the next two years already committed to on-reserve housing.

http://www.dominionpaper.ca/articles/2517

by NationTalk on March 17, 2009669 Views

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Province ordered into land dispute – Hamilton Spec

Province ordered into land dispute

The Canadian Press
BRANTFORD (Mar 16, 2009)

The province has been ordered to join a court action to be heard in the city this week about the ongoing push for an injunction against aboriginal protesters.

http://www.thespec.com/article/530826

by NationTalk on March 17, 2009769 Views

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Vancouver Downtown Eastside residents protest police ‘street sweeps’ – Hamilton Spec

Vancouver Downtown Eastside residents protest police ‘street sweeps’

March 16, 2009
Steve Mertl, THE CANADIAN PRESS
The Canadian Press, 2009

VANCOUVER, B.C. – Residents of Vancouver’s poverty-stricken Downtown Eastside protested Sunday against what they see as a pre-Olympic police strategy to drive them off the streets through petty ticketing and random identification checks.

http://www.thespec.com/article/530890

by NationTalk on March 17, 2009581 Views

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Anti-racism education and aboriginal history required: teachers (Vancouver Sun)

Anti-racism education and aboriginal history required: teachers

By Janet Steffenhagen, Vancouver Sun

Anti-racism education and aboriginal history should be required courses for teachers-in-training, delegates to the B.C. Teachers’ Federation annual general meeting said today.

http://www.vancouversun.com/Business/story.html?id=1392438

by NationTalk on March 16, 2009664 Views

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Nation of lost souls (Toronto Star)

‘I knew God Himself didn’t want me’

Nation of lost souls

Mar 16, 2009

TIMMINS – The last time Marcia Martel saw her mother at home, it was late summer and she was a chubby little Indian kid of 4. She doesn’t remember much because she was crying and clutching the tall grass as strange people pulled her away. She was scared of the police and didn’t understand why she was being taken from Beaverhouse First Nation on Lake Misema in northeastern Ontario.

http://www.thestar.com/article/602846

by NationTalk on March 16, 2009912 Views

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B.C. puts aboriginal recognition act on hold (The Globe and Mail)

B.C. puts aboriginal recognition act on hold
Industry leaders worry proposal to grant aboriginal title by statute would give First Nations a veto over land-use and resource decisions

ROD MICKLEBURGH
Globe and Mail Update
March 16, 2009

VANCOUVER — In the face of growing opposition and concern over the implications of such a move, Premier Gordon Campbell has abandoned plans to push through speedy legislation granting unprecedented aboriginal title throughout British Columbia to the province’s native groups.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20090316.wbcreconciliation16/BNStory/National/?page=rss&id=RTGAM.20090316.wbcreconciliation16

by NationTalk on March 16, 20091289 Views

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For industry and First Nations, shared wariness – Globe and Mail

For industry and First Nations, shared wariness in search for common ground

MARK HUME
March 16, 2009

VANCOUVER — When some of British Columbia’s top aboriginal leaders sat down with mining-industry heads in a series of meetings last week, two sides that have long been in conflict were brought face to face.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20090316.BCHUME16/TPStory/

by NationTalk on March 16, 2009569 Views

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Hydro-Québec a slow learner on native rights – Globe and Mail

Hydro-Québec a slow learner on native rights

KONRAD YAKABUSKI
Globe and Mail Update
March 12, 2009

Ignored at home, the Cree of Northern Quebec only gained traction in their epic fight against unwanted hydroelectric development on their traditional territory when they paddled their canoes down New York’s Hudson River and portaged through Central Park.

http://business.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20090311.wyakabuski0312/BNStory/robColumnsBlogs/home

by NationTalk on March 14, 2009825 Views

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$50-Billion Fund for Aboriginal Business – National Post

$50-billion fund for Aboriginal business
Martin Initiative

James Cowan, National Post
Published: Thursday, March 12, 2009

Paul Martin yesterday announced a $50-million equity fund aimed at backing aboriginal businesses while turning a profit.

http://www.nationalpost.com/news/canada/story.html?id=1379400

by NationTalk on March 14, 2009612 Views

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Canada takes steps to protect Arctic – thestar.com

Canada takes steps to protect Arctic
Cannon set to meet Russian, U.S. officials

Mar 11, 2009
Bruce Campion-Smith
OTTAWA BUREAU CHIEF

OTTAWA – Canada is stepping up diplomatic efforts to protect its Arctic sovereignty, a move that comes as other northern nations eye the vast area’s resource wealth and melting ice invites new shipping.

http://www.thestar.com/News/Canada/article/600105

by NationTalk on March 11, 2009805 Views

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Team battles Arctic winter to measure melting ice caps – CNN

Team battles Arctic winter to measure melting ice caps

By Azadeh Ansari
CNN

(CNN) — It could be the ultimate test of human endurance: Three British explorers are risking their lives in subzero temperatures to measure the melting Arctic ice cap.

http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/science/03/11/arctic.ice.explorers/

by NationTalk on March 11, 2009656 Views

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The big score – CBC

The big score
Cashing In offers a sexy slice of First Nations life

Last Updated: Wednesday, March 11, 2009

The first episode of Cashing In, the new dramatic comedy from the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, starts with a bang. The beautiful, naked Liz McKendra (Karen Holness) is in bed with an equally beautiful, equally naked man when her BlackBerry signals a message from head office. Liz checks in — the one thing she likes more than sex is work — and then puts on her Christian Louboutins and heads to Bay Street, pausing only to tell her lover, who also happens to be her personal assistant, that he’s been dumped, personally and professionally.

http://www.cbc.ca/arts/tv/story/2009/03/10/f-cashing-in-aboriginal-television.html

by NationTalk on March 11, 2009681 Views

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Native gangs on the rise, says study – Ottawa Sun

Native gangs on the rise, says study

By CHRISTINA SPENCER, NATIONAL BUREAU
The Ottawa Sun

OTTAWA — The number of young aboriginals joining violent gangs could double in the next decade, warns a youth-crime expert who fears the brutal lifestyle is destroying Native culture.

http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Crime/2009/03/11/8705046-sun.html

by NationTalk on March 11, 2009641 Views

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Matachewan First Nation part of exploration agreement – northernnews.ca

Matachewan First Nation part of exploration agreement

Posted By RICK OWEN, NORTHERN NEWS

The Four Wabun Tribal Councils, which includes Matachewan First nation, have announced they are signing an Exploration Agreement with Lake Shore Gold Corporation concerning the development of the company’s Bell Creek property.

http://www.northernnews.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1472160

by NationTalk on March 11, 2009714 Views

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