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Island band ‘walking on air’ over victory – Times Colonist

Island band ‘walking on air’ over victory

By Judith Lavoie, Times Colonist
July 24, 2009

All through the long night of the election for the Assembly of First Nations national chief, band members in Ahousaht were sending prayers to Shawn Atleo on Facebook and giving each other updates on VHF radio.

http://www.timescolonist.com/life/Island+band+walking+over+victory/1823934/story.html

by NationTalk on July 24, 20091126 Views

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Nain votes to ban plastic bags – CBC

Nain votes to ban plastic bags

Last Updated: Friday, July 24, 2009

The community of Nain has become one of the first places in Newfoundland and Labrador to ban plastic shopping bags.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/newfoundland-labrador/story/2009/07/24/nl-nain-bag-ban.html

by NationTalk on July 24, 2009766 Views

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Voting process a test of endurance – Clagary Herald

Voting process a test of endurance

By Jamie Komarnicki, Calgary Herald
July 23, 2009

At 7:30 a.m. Thursday, a weary Joe Lennard followed his candidate to the podium, his eyes watering with joy at the election of Shawn Atleo as new national chief of the Assembly of First Nations.

http://www.calgaryherald.com/life/Voting+process+test+endurance/1822137/story.html

by NationTalk on July 24, 2009710 Views

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New First Nations Chief Atleo Drew Inspiration From Obama – Calgary Herald

New First Nations Chief Atleo Drew Inspiration From Obama

Calgary Herald

CALGARY – When Shawn A-in-chut Atleo was in Grade 12, he was certain he would become a chef, not a chief.

http://www.calgaryherald.com/life/First+Nations+chief+Atleo+drew+inspiration+from+Obama/1823679/story.html

by NationTalk on July 24, 2009707 Views

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B.C. Plan for Native Reconciliation Faces Rocky Future – Globe and Mail

B.C. Plan for Native Reconciliation Faces Rocky Future

Justine Hunter
Victoria — From Thursday’s Globe and Mail
Last updated on Thursday, Jul. 23, 2009

Premier Gordon Campbell says he is forging ahead with efforts to achieve reconciliation with aboriginal communities despite escalating demands from top native leaders that threaten to undo four years of often-intense negotiations toward a “new relationship.”

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/bc-plan-for-native-reconciliation-faces-rocky-future/article1227893/

by NationTalk on July 24, 2009640 Views

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Ottawa will weigh First Nations’ request for H1N1 priority – Calgary Herald

Ottawa will weigh First Nations’ request for H1N1 priority

By Michelle Lang, Calgary Herald
July 23, 2009

Government will consider risk factors facing native communities, including higher rates of underlying disease and crowded living conditions, when deciding who should be a priority for the H1N1 vaccine, a federal official said in Calgary on Wednesday

http://www.calgaryherald.com/health/Ottawa+will+weigh+First+Nations+request+H1N1+priority/1819313/story.html

by NationTalk on July 24, 2009615 Views

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Burke Quits Environment Portfolio – Daily Gleaner

Burke Quits Environment Portfolio

Cabinet | Rick Miles to replace Burke

Published Friday July 24th, 2009

Former environment minister T.J. Burke breathed a sigh of relief after taking questions from reporters about his decision to leave the provincial cabinet and return to private practice.

http://dailygleaner.canadaeast.com/rss/article/739050

by NationTalk on July 24, 2009631 Views

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Federal policies fuel spread of swine flu – CMAJ

Federal policies fuel spread of swine flu

July 23, 2009

Longstanding federal strategies and polices have exacerbated the rapid spread of Novel A(H1N1) influenza in remote First Nations communities, public health officials and aboriginal health experts charge.

http://www.cmaj.ca/earlyreleases/23july09_aboriginals.shtml

by NationTalk on July 24, 2009676 Views

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Toxins to be removed from former Arctic military site – CBC

Toxins to be removed from former Arctic military site

Last Updated: Thursday, July 23, 2009

Various toxic contaminants will be cleaned up from an abandoned American military site north of Clyde River, Nunavut, as part of a multi-year cleanup project by the Canadian government and local Inuit.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2009/07/23/cape-christian-cleanup.html

by NationTalk on July 24, 2009645 Views

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Canada’s largest native group picks new chief (Reuters)

Canada’s largest native group picks new chief

CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) – A Pacific coast native leader who says improving education is key to solving the poverty and social ills of Canada’s Indians was picked on Thursday as chief of the country’s largest aboriginal group.

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/reuters/090723/canada/canada_us_natives_1

by NationTalk on July 23, 2009721 Views

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B.C.Union of Indian Chiefs reject aboriginal title offer (Williams Lake Tribune)

B.C.Union of Indian Chiefs reject aboriginal title offer

Published: July 23, 2009

B.C. aboriginal leaders have started working on their own proposed law to redefine their land and resource claims, having scrapped the provincial government’s offer to concede aboriginal title across the province.

http://www.bclocalnews.com/bc_cariboo/williamslaketribune/news/51437762.html

by NationTalk on July 23, 2009999 Views

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Inquiry urged into missing aboriginal women – Calgary Herald

Inquiry urged into missing aboriginal women

By Michelle Lang, Calgary Herald; With files from Richard Cuthbertson, Calgary Herald

CALGARY – Native organizations are calling on Ottawa to launch an inquiry into missing aboriginal women, arguing there are hundreds–and possibly thousands–of murders and missing persons cases across Canada that have simply “gone cold.”

http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/Inquiry+urged+into+missing+aboriginal+women/1819317/story.html

by NationTalk on July 23, 2009725 Views

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First Nation could sell Days Inn – Daily Gleaner

First Nation could sell Days Inn

Strip mall in works? | Proceeds would fund economic projects

Published Thursday July 23rd, 2009
A1By SHAWN BERRY

The Oromocto First Nation may sell its Days Inn hotel and conference centre along the Trans-Canada Highway to leverage money to build a strip mall, a new band hall and a recreation hall for elders.

http://dailygleaner.canadaeast.com/cityregion/article/737821

by NationTalk on July 23, 2009837 Views

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Atleo elected new AFN chief – Globe and Mail

Atleo elected new AFN chief

Katherine O’Neill
Calgary — Globe and Mail Update
Last updated on Thursday, Jul. 23, 2009

Shawn Atleo has been elected as the new national chief of the Assembly of First Nations after an eighth ballot.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/british-columbia/atleo-elected-new-afn-chief/article1228417/

by NationTalk on July 23, 2009673 Views

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West Coast communities have deep local roots, new study finds – Canada.com

West Coast communities have deep local roots, new study finds

Special to Westerly News
July 23, 2009

A new study of Clayoquot Sound-Pacific Rim communities reveals First Nations are the most rooted residents within the region although the majority of people, regardless of native status, intend to reside here for the long term.

http://www.canada.com/West+Coast+communities+have+deep+local+roots+study+finds/1820340/story.html

by NationTalk on July 23, 2009589 Views

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Province commits funds for geothermal heating for Ty Histaniis – Canada.com

Province commits funds for geothermal heating for Ty Histaniis

By Sarah Douziech, Westerly News
July 23, 2009

The provincial government is helping fund a $3 million geothermal project that will provide heat and hot water in new buildings on the Tla-o-qui-aht’s Ty Histaniis reserve expansion.

http://www.canada.com/Province+commits+funds+geothermal+heating+Histaniis/1820336/story.html

by NationTalk on July 23, 2009633 Views

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ICAS procedures reflect poorly on profession

July 23, 2009

When it comes to professionals who range from physicians and nurses to lawyers and teachers, accountants to engineers and others, society has decided the public interest is best served by granting them the privilege of self-regulation.

by NationTalk on July 23, 2009514 Views

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Alberta, Canadian First Nations want flu vaccine priority – Calgary Herald

Alberta, Canadian First Nations want flu vaccine priority

Two-thirds of Alta. flu deaths are aboriginals

By Michelle Lang, Calgary Herald; With Files From Deborah Tetley, ; Calgary Herald
July 21, 2009

CALGARY – Some First Nations leaders argued Monday aboriginal people should be a top priority for swine flu immunization when a vaccine is ready, noting the new virus has already hit reserves around the country hard.

http://www.calgaryherald.com/health/Natives+want+vaccine+priority/1811344/story.html

by NationTalk on July 21, 2009765 Views

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Prominent First Nations Lawyer Called to Bench – High River Times

Prominent First Nations lawyer called to bench

Posted By Evan Careen TIMES REPORTER

Provincial Court Judge Eugene Creighton has been involved in the justice system in one way or another since he was a young man.

http://www.highrivertimes.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1664419

by NationTalk on July 21, 2009713 Views

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Swine flu hits young aboriginal residents hard, expert says – CBC

Swine flu hits young aboriginal residents hard, expert says

Last Updated: Monday, July 20, 2009

Aboriginal communities have been harder hit by swine flu than others, and that may be because of the high percentage of young people, according to Audrey Lawrence, the director of the Aboriginal Nurses Association.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/nova-scotia/story/2009/07/20/aboriginal-flu.html

by NationTalk on July 21, 2009737 Views

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Sudbury MD earns rare honour (The Sudbury Star)

Sudbury MD earns rare honour

Posted By CAROL MULLIGAN, THE SUDBURY STAR

A Sudbury doctor named one of Ontario’s seven family physicians of the year hopes the honour highlights the importance — and satisfaction — of a career in family medicine.

http://thesudburystar.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1665376

by NationTalk on July 21, 2009598 Views

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Aboriginal community celebrates powwow 2009 (The Georgian)

Aboriginal community celebrates powwow 2009

BY CHRISTOPHER VAUGHAN
The Georgian

It was an opportunity for the aboriginal community to come together and celebrate their culture, heritage and spiritual beliefs.

http://www.thegeorgian.ca/index.cfm?sid=271035&sc=333

by NationTalk on July 21, 2009582 Views

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Canada’s aboriginals have a chance to switch direction – The Gazette (Montreal)

Canada’s aboriginals have a chance to switch direction
Election of new AFN chief could lead to open, accountable governments

JOSEPH QUESNEL, Freelance

Canada’s Assembly of First Nations, holding its annual meeting in Calgary this week, is at a crossroads, And let’s not kid ourselves: the AFN has an impact.

http://www2.canada.com/montrealgazette/features/viewpoints/story.html?id=b18a0ceb-fe6e-42fd-acc8-679dfb60eeff

by NationTalk on July 21, 2009762 Views

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Native nirvana? – Winnipeg Sun

Native nirvana?
Better lives for First Nations people start with good governance

By MINDELLE JACOBS
Last Updated: 21st July 2009

The crucial question looming over tomorrow’s Assembly of First Nations meeting is not who will be the next national chief but whether native lives will be substantially better in a decade.

http://www.winnipegsun.com/comment/columnists/mindelle_jacobs/2009/07/21/10203821-sun.html

by NationTalk on July 21, 2009726 Views

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Vote-buying scheme admitted – StarPhoenix

Vote-buying scheme admitted
Red Pheasant man pleads guilty to fraud in 2005 election

By Betty Ann Adam, The StarPhoenix
July 21, 2009

A member of the Red Pheasant First Nation has pleaded guilty to fraud in relation to a scheme to buy members’ mail-in ballots during the band’s 2005 election for chief and council.

http://www.thestarphoenix.com/news/Vote+buying+scheme+admitted/1811082/story.html

by NationTalk on July 21, 2009543 Views

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Tsawout First Nation in Central Saanich begin plans to replace … – Times Colonist

Tsawout First Nation in Central Saanich begin plans to replace razed longhouse

By Matthew Pearson, Times Colonist
July 21, 2009

Members of the Tsawout First Nation gathered yesterday to mourn the loss of the band’s longhouse and begin discussions about building a new one.

http://www.timescolonist.com/news/Tsawout+First+Nation+Central+Saanich+begin+plans+replace+razed+longhouse/1811817/story.html

by NationTalk on July 21, 2009822 Views

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New Forestry Firefighters get Training in Duncan – Daily News

New Forestry Firefighters get Training in Duncan

The Daily News
July 20, 2009

Twenty-six candidates underwent wildfire suppression training in Duncan on Thursday and Friday as part of the province’s emergency firefighter training program.

http://www.canada.com/forestry+firefighters+training+Duncan/1808094/story.html

by NationTalk on July 20, 2009689 Views

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Friendship Flotilla Ready for Launch – Ottawa Citizen

Friendship Flotilla Ready for Launch

Growing annual event aims to bring together police, aboriginal youth

By Bruce Ward, The Ottawa Citizen
July 20, 2009

OTTAWA — Lynda Kitchikeesic was still fussing over last-minute details on the weekend, but the ninth annual Flotilla for Friendship figures to be what it always is — an annual marvel.

http://www.ottawacitizen.com/travel/Friendship+flotilla+ready+launch/1807133/story.html

by NationTalk on July 20, 20091645 Views

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Showcasing Old Languages and Inventing New Ones – The Globe and Mail

Showcasing Old Languages and Inventing New Ones

The best works in an exhibit of Northwest Coast first-nations art either draw on historical cultural influences or inject contemporary objects and ideas into those traditions, writes Sarah Milroy

KLEINBURG, ONT. — From Monday’s Globe and Mail

Artistic influence can be a tricky thing. It can invigorate and challenge, provoking an artist to take a stand and be counted against the precedent of his or her forbearers. Or it can insinuate itself into an artist’s vocabulary, sapping independence and leaving a cloying residue of nostalgia.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/arts/showcasing-old-languages-and-inventing-new-ones/article1224235/

by NationTalk on July 20, 2009620 Views

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Child Welfare’s New Champions – Telegraph-Journal

Child welfare’s new champions

Published Monday July 20th, 2009

One of the most basic Canadian values is the belief that children should be given every opportunity to grow. This precept has informed public policy in health care, education and social development, and it was at the root of the Equal Opportunity reforms introduced by New Brunswick premier Louis J. Robichaud.

http://telegraphjournal.canadaeast.com/opinion/article/733890

by NationTalk on July 20, 2009714 Views

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Solar T’Sou-ke Nation – The Green Muze

Solar T’Sou-ke Nation

The T’Sou-ke Nation on Vancouver Island, British Columbia has completed a 75-kilowatt solar power installation – the largest in B.C. to date. The project is called Sum-SHA-Thut, the Sencoten term for “sunshine”.

http://www.greenmuze.com/climate/energy/1315-tsou-ke-nation-solar-project-.html

by NationTalk on July 20, 2009580 Views

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‘We Have Been Denied our History’ – Chronicle Herald

‘We have been denied our history’
C.B. woman continues fight to have Acadian Mi’kmaq history recognized

By TERA CAMUS Cape Breton Bureau
Mon. Jul 20

MILL CREEK — She points to a modern day map of land of Boularderie Island that hugs the Bras d’Or River where her family once lived, and shakes her head, trying to make sense of its 300-year-old history.

http://thechronicleherald.ca/NovaScotia/1133255.html

by NationTalk on July 20, 2009530 Views

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AFN Resolution Fights Suicide – Net News Ledger

AFN Resolution Fights Suicide

Thunder Bay, ON — A resolution has been tabled to ensure First Nation Communities are well equipped to implement youth suicide prevention strategies based on cultural specific content. The resolution to adopt the River of Life National Online Suicide Prevention Certificate Course will be voted on at the upcoming Assembly of First Nations Annual General Meeting in Calgary on July 23rd.

http://netnewsledger.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=506:afn-resolution-fights-suicide&catid=39:northwestern-ontario-news&Itemid=90

by NationTalk on July 20, 2009701 Views

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Canada’s Inuit A/H1N1 flu cases much younger than other groups – xinhuanet.com

Canada’s Inuit A/H1N1 flu cases much younger than other groups

2009-07-18

OTTAWA, July 17 (Xinhua) — The median age of the A/H1N1 flu cases among Canada’s Inuit population is significantly younger than other groups, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) reported Friday.

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-07/18/content_11726907.htm

by NationTalk on July 20, 2009774 Views

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H1N1 hits Labrador (The Labradorian)

H1N1 hits Labrador

BY LORIE O’HALLORAN
The Labradorian

Labrador has finally seen its first two cases of the H1N1 virus in Central and Western Labrador.

Dr. Muna ar-Rushdi, medical officer for Grenfell Health, said because the areas are so small she couldn’t give the specific locations.

http://www.thelabradorian.ca/index.cfm?sid=270637&sc=347

by NationTalk on July 20, 2009537 Views

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New chief will chart fresh course for AFN (Canada.com)

New chief will chart fresh course for AFN

By Jamie Komarnicki, Canwest News Service
July 19, 2009

CALGARY — As many as 633 First Nations chiefs will help chart a new course for aboriginal politics in Canada as they meet in Calgary this week to elect their next national leader.

http://www.canada.com/news/chief+will+chart+fresh+course/1807047/story.html

by NationTalk on July 20, 2009628 Views

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Work numbers irk chief – Winnipeg Sun

Work numbers irk chief
Says dam project should be hiring more natives

By PAUL TURENNE, SUN MEDIA
Last Updated: 20th July 2009

Jim Moore , chief of a northern Manitoba reserve, says members of his band are not getting as many of the jobs on a massive hydro dam project as he had hoped.

http://www.winnipegsun.com/news/manitoba/2009/07/20/10191111-sun.html

by NationTalk on July 20, 2009613 Views

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At what price ‘white man’s money’? – Globe and Mail

First Nations
At what price ‘white man’s money’?

Shawn McCarthy

Ottawa — From Saturday’s Globe and Mail
Last updated on Monday, Jul. 20, 2009

Each spring, Art Sterritt and his family gather at his wife’s ancestral home among B.C.’s Gitga’at people to harvest seaweed, clams and cockles on the shores of Hartley Bay near Kitimat.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/at-what-price-white-mans-money/article1223426/

by NationTalk on July 20, 2009684 Views

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Gray-McKay out of race for NAN deputy grand chief – Wawatay News

Gray-McKay out of race for NAN deputy grand chief

by: James Thom – Wawatay News

Citing her July 15 re-election as chief of Mishkeegogamang, Connie Gray-McKay is pulling out of the race for Nishnawbe Aski Nation deputy grand chief.

http://www.wawataynews.ca/archive/all/2009/7/16/GrayMcKay-out-of-race-for-NAN-deputy-grand-chief_17632

by NationTalk on July 20, 2009540 Views

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Flu pandemic overshadows race for national chief (The Canadian Press)

Flu pandemic overshadows race for national chief

Sun Jul 19,
By Sue Bailey, The Canadian Press

OTTAWA – Five men running for Canada’s top job in native politics are grappling with an issue that could eclipse even the grim toll of abject poverty: the looming threat of the H1N1 flu virus.

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/090719/national/afn_election_race_1

by NationTalk on July 19, 2009655 Views

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Garden River’s flu-ready status a model: critic (The Sault Star)

Garden River’s flu-ready status a model: critic

Posted By FRANK DOBROVNIK, THE SAULT STAR

Garden River is a model for pandemic preparedness for not just First Nations, but every Canadian jurisdiction, says the federal Liberal health critic.

http://saultstar.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1662533

by NationTalk on July 19, 2009564 Views

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Native leaders scrap proposals on rights, title – Times Colonist

Native leaders scrap proposals on rights, title
Document would provide basis for Recognition and Reconciliation Act

By Judith Lavoie, Times Colonist
July 18, 2009

First Nations leaders are scrapping parts of a controversial discussion paper that was supposed to provide the basis for the province’s proposed Recognition and Reconciliation Act, recognizing aboriginal rights and title.

http://www.timescolonist.com/Native+leaders+scrap+proposals+rights+title/1804590/story.html

by NationTalk on July 19, 2009548 Views

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Little remains of Central Saanich longhouse after ‘massive’ fire – Times Colonist

Little remains of Central Saanich longhouse after ‘massive’ fire

By Matthew Pearson, Times Colonist
July 19, 2009

Ashes, crumpled steel and memories are all that remain of the Tsawout First Nation’s longhouse.

The building, which has stood at the top of a small dirt road on the reserve near Saanichton Bay since 1986, went up in smoke Friday night in dramatic fashion.

http://www.timescolonist.com/news/Little+remains+Central+Saanich+longhouse+after+massive+fire/1804515/story.html

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Mi’kmaq heritage centre offers look at recovery efforts – TheChronicleHerald.ca

Mi’kmaq heritage centre offers look at recovery efforts

By JON TATTRIE The Road Warrior
Sun. Jul 19

TRAVELLING in Mi’kmaq land, you hear different stories about Nova Scotia — people surviving 400 years of physical and cultural genocide, unmarked mass graves and schools designed to destroy knowledge.

http://thechronicleherald.ca/NovaScotia/1133188.html

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Missing woman found dead near her home – Winnipeg Sun

Missing woman found dead near her home

By SUN MEDIA
Last Updated: 19th July 2009

A woman who went missing from Hollow Water First Nation on Wednesday night has been found dead.

http://www.winnipegsun.com/news/manitoba/2009/07/19/10185441-sun.html

by NationTalk on July 19, 2009643 Views

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Swine flu cases confirmed across N.L. (CBC)

Swine flu cases confirmed across N.L.

Last Updated: Thursday, July 16, 2009

Swine flu is now in all four of Newfoundland and Labrador’s health regions.

Provincial health officials have confirmed 45 cases of H1N1 influenza.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/newfoundland-labrador/story/2009/07/16/flu-newfoundland-716.html?ref=rss

by NationTalk on July 16, 2009672 Views

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Sask. First Nations will write own ‘citizenship’ rules – CBC.ca

Sask. First Nations will write own ‘citizenship’ rules

Last Updated: Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Saskatchewan’s First Nations chiefs voted Wednesday to start writing their own set of aboriginal “citizenship” laws.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/saskatchewan/story/2009/07/15/sask-status.html

by NationTalk on July 16, 2009711 Views

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10 named to residential school ‘survivor’ group – CBC.ca

10 named to residential school ‘survivor’ group

Last Updated: Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Ten former students of Canada’s notorious Indian residential schools have been appointed as advisers to the federal government’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, as it prepares to begin hearing from ex-students across the country.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/edmonton/story/2009/07/15/trc-survivor-cttee.html

by NationTalk on July 16, 2009687 Views

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Follow the leader: Northern aboriginal groups seek help from Unama’ki on environmental remediation (Cape Breton Post)

Follow the leader
Northern aboriginal groups seek help from Unama’ki on environmental remediation

The Cape Breton Post

SYDNEY — Community and business leaders from the Northwest Territories are touring the tar ponds this week and learning from local aboriginal groups how to build capacity in their own communities and take advantage of future cleanup projects in the north.

http://www.capebretonpost.com/index.cfm?sid=269239&sc=145

by NationTalk on July 15, 2009560 Views

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Traditional medicine can help with swine flu: healer – CBC

Traditional medicine can help with swine flu: healer

Last Updated: Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Conventional medicine is not enough to deal with the global swine flu pandemic, says a Dene healer who urged the medical community to pay more attention to traditional medicine.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2009/07/15/healer-swine-flu.html

by NationTalk on July 15, 2009595 Views

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