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Advocates call for national action on missing women – Law Times

Advocates call for national action on missing women

By Tim Naumetz | Publication Date: Monday, 04 October 2010

OTTAWA — The federal government should regard some of the hundreds of documented cases of missing and murdered aboriginal women as a human smuggling issue and develop a national strategy to solve the crimes, says the senior lawyer for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association.

Read more: http://www.lawtimesnews.com/201010047656/Headline-News/Advocates-call-for-national-action-on-missing-women

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Mural honours slain Calgarian woman – Calgary Herald

Mural honours slain Calgarian woman

By Suzanne Wilton, Calgary Herald October 4, 2010

CALGARY – When Gloria Black Plume was stomped to death in a Ramsay alley, local artist Xstine Cook vowed to honour the aboriginal woman with a mural in the southeast inner-city community.

Read more: http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/Mural+honours+slain+Calgarian+woman/3618933/story.html#ixzz11PY7KHrm

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A very long run ends in triumph – Winnipeg Free Press

A very long run ends in triumph

By: Staff Writer
Posted: 4/10/2010

A much lighter Cole Choken ran in triumph onto the legislative building grounds Saturday.

As if giving up pizza and Pepsi and losing 100 pounds weren’t enough, Choken decided to run from Mexico to Manitoba to raise money for cancer research and hopefully inspire others to challenge themselves.

Read more: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/a-very-long-run-ends-in-triumph-104260944.html

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Pickton inquiry seeks aboriginal co-operation – Globe and Mail

Pickton inquiry seeks aboriginal co-operation

Robert Matas
Vancouver— From Monday’s Globe and Mail
Published Sunday, Oct. 03, 2010

The newly appointed Pickton commission has appealed to aboriginal leaders and families of Vancouver’s missing women to co-operate with former attorney-general Wally Oppal after widespread criticism of his appointment and the commission’s terms of reference.

Read more: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/british-columbia/pickton/pickton-inquiry-seeks-aboriginal-co-operation/article1740585/

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Polishing speech skills ‎- North Bay Nugget

Polishing speech skills

The North Bay Nugget – Laura Pudas

Speech pathologists of the Thunder Bay District Health Unit have teamed up with Dilico Anishinabek Family Care to form the Nitam Giigidowin project.

The pilot project was formed in February to offer speech language services to aboriginal children before the age of five. It is scheduled to continue until June of 2012.

Read more: http://www.nugget.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2783033

by NationTalk on October 2, 2010772 Views

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Regional first nations chiefs to seek input on electoral-reform legislation – Globe and Mail

Regional first nations chiefs to seek input on electoral-reform legislation

Globe and Mail
Friday, Oct. 01, 2010

Aboriginal chiefs from Atlantic Canada and Manitoba say they will conduct national consultations to reform elections on first nations reserves, arguing the current system is antiquated and paternalistic.

Read more: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/atlantic/regional-first-nations-chiefs-to-seek-input-on-electoral-reform-legislation/article1739388/

by NationTalk on October 2, 2010677 Views

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A year of gains, hope for future – TheChronicleHerald.ca

A year of gains, hope for future
Native culture better promoted, rights need work, leaders say

By MICHAEL LIGHTSTONE Staff Reporter
Sat, Oct 2

Native elders and children with their parents marked Mi’kmaq Treaty Day at Province House in Halifax Friday with Nova Scotia’s government leaders, military personnel and others.

Read more: http://thechronicleherald.ca/NovaScotia/1204830.html

by NationTalk on October 2, 2010652 Views

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Aboriginal HIV rates disturbing – Winnipeg Free Press

Aboriginal HIV rates disturbing

By: Editorial
Posted: 2/10/2010

Health professionals are making greater effort to track and document the spread of HIV in Manitoba, and the picture that is emerging is disturbing. The growing rate of infection among the province’s aboriginal population is hammering home the prescient fears of a few native leaders decades ago.

Read more: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/opinion/editorials/aboriginal-hiv-rates-disturbing-104200329.html

by NationTalk on October 2, 2010956 Views

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Aboriginal schooling shameful: MacDonald – Toronto Sun

Aboriginal schooling shameful: MacDonald
Facilities are awful or non-existent, kids are often years behind. The time for action is now

By MOIRA MACDONALD, Toronto Sun
Last Updated: October 2, 2010

Shannen Koostachin died a long way from home.

The beautiful and promising 15-year-old was killed last spring when the mini-van she was a passenger in was hit by a transport truck south of New Liskeard, Ont.

Read more: http://www.torontosun.com/comment/columnists/moira_macdonald/2010/10/01/15553486.html

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Group Claims Police Mistreating Aboriginals – Postmedia News

Group Claims Police Mistreating Aboriginals

By Laura Baziuk, Postmedia News October 1, 2010

The B.C. Civil Liberties Association has released two new videos showing RCMP officers using force on prisoners to punctuate its demand that the chief of police in Williams Lake steps down over the RCMP’s allegedly strained relationship with aboriginal men in that city.

Read more: http://www.canada.com/Group+claims+police+mistreating+aboriginals/3607990/story.html

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New Native Casino Off to ‘historic’ Start – Winnipeg Free Press

New native casino off to ‘historic’ start
Minnesota band to run Swan Lake complex

By: Matt Goerzen
Posted: 1/10/2010

CARBERRY — Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Grand Chief Ron Evans lauded a new agreement with the Minnesota-based Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians to manage the future Spirit Sands Casino — what he called an “historic” achievement for Manitoba First Nations.

Read more: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/new-native-casino-off-to-historic-start-104138239.html

by NationTalk on October 1, 2010854 Views

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Conservative Policies Create Intolerable Situation – The Starphoenix

Conservative policies create intolerable situation

By Doug Cuthand, The StarPhoenix October 1, 2010

The Assembly of First Nations declared last week as the National Week of Action on Education.

The resumption of Parliament and the vote on the long gun registry overshadowed First Nations’ demonstrations, but in the long run the education issue is of greater urgency.

Read more: http://www.thestarphoenix.com/news/Conservative+policies+create+intolerable+situation/3607745/story.html#ixzz118XymqEr

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A Plan for NAN – Appoint a Voting Co-ordinator – netnewsledger.com

A Plan for NAN – Appoint a Voting Co-ordinator

Published on October 1, 2010 by James Murray

THUNDER BAY – Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) is a political territorial organization representing 49 First Nation communities throughout the province of Ontario. The moves by the Ontario Liberals, and Premier Dalton McGuinty in the north over the Far North Act and the appointment of a “Ring of Fire” co-ordinator have infuriated NAN leadership.

Read more: http://netnewsledger.com/?p=2906

by NationTalk on October 1, 2010662 Views

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New centre a ‘depository for cultural wisdom’ – Winnipeg Free Press

New centre a ‘depository for cultural wisdom’

By: Bruce Owen
Posted: 1/10/2010

IT will be the front door to the huge wilderness area on the east side of Lake Winnipeg and a place where anyone can learn how aboriginal people lived before Europeans ever stepped foot in this part of the world.

Read more: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/new-centre-a-depository-for-cultural-wisdom-104138034.html

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City approves creation of aboriginal subcommittee – Centretown News

City approves creation of aboriginal subcommittee

Thursday, 30 September 2010
By Margaret Campbell

Local aboriginal art work may soon be featured more prominently throughout the city, now that the artists have an official voice within the City of Ottawa.

Read more: http://centretownnewsonline.ca/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1757&Itemid=97

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Discovery of new HIV cases lagging – Winnipeg Free Press

Discovery of new HIV cases lagging
Many go unseen until AIDS near

By: Jen Skerritt
Posted: 1/10/2010

The bulk of new HIV cases in Manitoba aren’t being detected until patients are sick — and some close to developing full-blown AIDS.

Read more: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/discovery-of-new-hiv-cases-lagging-104137874.html

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To advance aboriginal education, first develop understanding among teachers – The Vancouver Observer

To advance aboriginal education, first develop understanding among teachers

Kristina Campbell Posted: Sep 30th, 2010

After a decade of working closely with First Nations communities in Canada, Dr. Rebecca Priegert Coulter has become a tireless advocate for advancing aboriginal education.

Read more: http://www.vancouverobserver.com/blogs/schoolview/2010/09/30/advance-aboriginal-education-first-develop-understanding-among-teachers

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Cameron vows to watch over oilsands – Toronto Sun

Cameron vows to watch over oilsands

By FRANK LANDRY, QMI Agency
Last Updated: September 30, 2010

EDMONTON – Hollywood movie maker James Cameron isn’t yelling cut in his fight to cleanup Alberta’s oilsands, But Premier Ed Stelmach said that work is already going on, as he continued to laud the oilsands as a safe, secure supply of energy.

Read more: http://www.torontosun.com/news/canada/2010/09/30/15528256.html

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Eastern Eagle in running for People’s Choice award – theChronicleHerald.ca

Eastern Eagle in running for People’s Choice award

Thu, Sep 30

Eastern Eagle will represent Nova Scotia at the Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards on Nov. 5 in Winnipeg.

The Mi’kmaq drum and voice ensemble is nominated in the best pow wow CD – traditional category for its latest recording Rezonation, making them the first Mi’kmaq group to be nominated in the category.

Read more: http://thechronicleherald.ca/ArtsLife/1204480.html

by NationTalk on September 30, 2010566 Views

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New gallery ‘a dream fulfilled’ – Times and Transcript

New gallery ‘a dream fulfilled’

Klus’kap, specializing in Native art, opens today

Published Thursday September 30th, 2010
by Paige Guy

When you first see artist Pascal Pelletier, you may not be able to tell that he is of aboriginal descent. But once you talk with him, it immediately becomes clear how proud he is of his heritage.

Read more: http://timestranscript.canadaeast.com/lifetimes/article/1241610

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Canucks lend star power to Raise-a-Reader day‎ – Vancouver Sun

Canucks lend star power to Raise-a-Reader day
An estimated $2 million raised nationally Wednesday as thousands of people donate to the cause

By Tiffany Crawford, Vancouver Sun September 30, 2010

Growing up in an impoverished aboriginal community, Robin Green struggled with literacy in school, largely because her parents couldn’t read, and couldn’t offer her any help.

Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/sports/Canucks+lend+star+power+Raise+Reader/3601916/story.html#ixzz111pnrBY8

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$2.5-M centre announced for Hollow Water – Winnipeg Free Press

$2.5-M centre announced for Hollow Water

By: Staff Writer
Posted: 30/09/2010

Premier Greg Selinger and Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Minister Eric Robinson will release plans today for a new aboriginal interpretive centre at the Hollow Water First Nation.

Read more: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breakingnews/25-M-centre-announced-for-Hollow-Water-104083284.html

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Sisters in Spirit Vigil addresses issue of missing Aboriginal women – Kingston This Week

Sisters in Spirit Vigil addresses issue of missing Aboriginal women

Local News

Sisters in Spirit is an initiative launched by the Native Women’s Association of Canada to address the issue of the hundreds of Aboriginal women who have either disappeared or have been found murdered in Canada over the past few decades.

Read more: http://www.kingstonthisweek.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2780327

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Sod turning today for new casino – Winnipeg Free Press

Sod turning today for new casino

By: Staff Writer
Posted: 30/09/2010

BRANDON — The leaders of Manitoba’s aboriginal communities are about to throw the dice on the province’s latest First Nations-run casino.

Read more: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/sod-turning-today-for-new-casino-104065924.html

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Aboriginal youth alone can’t sustain prairie workforce – StarPhoenix

Aboriginal youth alone can’t sustain prairie workforce

By Glen Hodgson, Special to The StarPhoenix September 30, 2010

Followng is the viewpoint of Hodgson, senior vice-president and chief economist of The Conference Board of Canada. He is the author of Sustaining the Canadian Labour Force: Alternatives to Immigration.

Read more: http://www.thestarphoenix.com/business/Aboriginal+youth+alone+sustain+prairie+workforce/3601712/story.html#ixzz111nxlY2K

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Peguis case study for palliative care study‎ – Winnipeg Free Press

Peguis case study for palliative care study

By: Staff Writer
Posted: 29/09/2010

The Peguis First Nation in Manitoba will be one of four communities participating in a study dedicated to improving palliative care services in First Nation communities.

Read more: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breakingnews/Peguis-case-study-for-palliative-care-study–104005819.html

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Making a better life – The StarPhoenix

Making a better life
Literacy key to newcomers’ success

By Ned Powers, Special to The StarPhoenix September 29, 2010

One adult learner from Laos, one from Sudan and six aboriginal people from Saskatchewan experienced poverty as children and young adults.

Read more: http://www.thestarphoenix.com/Making+better+life/3594580/story.html#ixzz10vycz12J

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Athabasca chief asks visiting director Cameron for money in oil-sands fight – Globe and Mail

Athabasca chief asks visiting director Cameron for money in oil-sands fight

Fort Chipewyan, Alta.— The Canadian Press
Last updated Wednesday, Sep. 29, 2010

An aboriginal leader from the oil sands region in northern Alberta wants director James Cameron to put his money where his mouth is.

Read more: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/prairies/athabasca-chief-asks-visiting-director-cameron-for-money-in-oil-sands-fight/article1730538/

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Cameron vows to help first nations fight big oil – News880.com

Cameron vows to help first nations fight big oil

Ed Mason
9/29/2010

Director James Cameron has promised to “draw a line in the sand” to help aboriginal people in northern Alberta force the oil industry and the province to protect water from oil sands pollution.

Read more: http://www.inews880.com/Channels/Reg/LocalNews/story.aspx?ID=1286292

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N.B.’s 1st aboriginal art gallery to open – CBC

N.B.’s 1st aboriginal art gallery to open

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 29, 2010
CBC News

New Brunswick’s first art gallery devoted to aboriginal art is set to open in Moncton.

The Klu’skap Gallery, owned by Métis artist Pascal Pelletier, will celebrate its grand opening Thursday night.

Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/arts/story/2010/09/29/nb-aboriginal-art-gallery.html#ixzz10vwufipY

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Aboriginal community not reflected on city council‎ – CBC.ca

Aboriginal community not reflected on city council

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 29, 2010
CBC News

Edmonton’s rapidly growing aboriginal population is not being reflected in the number of First Nations people running for a seat on city council, says candidate Duane Good Striker.

Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/edmonton/story/2010/09/29/edmonton-aboriginal-candidate.html#ixzz10vwaGC73

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Foundation gives 5000 customized laptops to aboriginal children – Winnipeg Free Press

Foundation gives 5,000 customized laptops to aboriginal children

By: The Canadian Press
Posted: 29/09/2010

OTTAWA – A network of philanthropists, business leaders and government are distributing 5,000 kid-proof laptops to children in aboriginal communities across Canada.

Read more: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/canada/breakingnews/foundation-gives-5000-customized-laptops-to-aboriginal-children-103996884.html

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Koostachin set fine example for Aboriginal youth to follow – Timmins Daily Press

Koostachin set fine example for Aboriginal youth to follow
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By RON GRECH

It is heartening to be able to write about 15-year-old Shannen Koostachin and how she has become an inspiration to other Aboriginal youth who are trying to improve conditions in their communities by becoming politically active.

Read more: http://www.timminspress.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2778035

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RUAS sponsoring panel discussions – Regina Leader-Post

RUAS sponsoring panel discussions

By Jenn Vanriper, Leader-Post September 29, 2010

The growing issue of homelessness in Regina will be discussed during a series of conversations sponsored by the Regina Urban Aboriginal Strategy.

Read more: http://www.leaderpost.com/news/RUAS+sponsoring+panel+discussions/3594925/story.html#ixzz10vriae2g

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Aboriginal history urged for schools – Winnipeg Free Press

Aboriginal history urged for schools
Commission doesn’t have enough time, senators told

By: Mia Rabson
Posted: 29/09/2010

OTTAWA — The chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission wants the provinces to incorporate a history of Canada’s aboriginal people and the residential schools tragedy into school curriculums.

Read more: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/aboriginal-history-urged-for-schools-103987724.html

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Campus expanded as well as opportunities – Regina Leader-Post

Campus expanded as well as opportunities

By Bruce Johnstone, Leader-Post September 28, 2010

Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) is expanding its Regina campus and career opportunities for about 140 First Nations and Metis students.

Read more: http://www.leaderpost.com/news/Campus+expanded+well+opportunities/3588622/story.html#ixzz10qVrEnwp

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Banging the drum for centre – The Barrie Advance

Banging the drum for centre

Sep 28, 2010

MIDLAND – Members of the native singing group Taabik perform a travelling song during the official opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony of the Aboriginal Resource Centre at the Robbert Hartog Midland campus of Georgian College on Sept. 22.

Read more: http://www.simcoe.com/news/local/article/879473–banging-the-drum-for-centre

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Former AG’s appointment to Pickton Inquiry raises concerns – Globe and Mail

Former A-G’s appointment to Pickton inquiry raises concerns

Robert Matas
Vancouver— Globe and Mail Update
Published Tuesday, Sep. 28, 2010

BC NDP leader Carole James has called on the provincial government to reconsider the appointment of Wally Oppal as head of the Pickton inquiry.

Read more: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/british-columbia/pickton/former-a-gs-appointment-to-pickton-inquiry-raises-concerns/article1730275/

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Aboriginal Strategy – Regina Leader-Post

Aboriginal Strategy

The Leader-Post September 28, 2010

The Regina Urban Aboriginal Strategy is hosting a series of coffee houses looking at housing and homelessness.

Read more: http://www.leaderpost.com/news/Aboriginal+Strategy/3590991/story.html#ixzz10qT3F29K

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Federal and private lands could be on treaty table for south Island First Nations – Vancouver Sun

Federal and private lands could be on treaty table for south Island First Nations

By JUDITH LAVOIE, Timescolonist.com September 28, 2010

Federally owned land and private property could be on the treaty table during negotiations with southern Vancouver Island First Nations, says Aboriginal Relations Minister George Abbott.

Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Federal+private+lands+could+treaty+table+south+Island+First+Nations/3588539/story.html#ixzz10qSk6I3x

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Student centre project stalled – StarPhoenix

Student centre project stalled

By Jeremy Warren, The StarPhoenix September 28, 2010

Funding problems have stalled a University of Saskatchewan project that aims to centralize aboriginal student services and resources into a prominent building designed by one of Canada’s foremost architects.

Read more: http://www.thestarphoenix.com/life/Student+centre+project+stalled/3588917/story.html?cid=megadrop_story#ixzz10qSWeCkC

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Chamber backs new funding formula for native schools – Brantford Expositor

Chamber backs new funding formula for native schools

By VINCENT BALL

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is supporting a review of the funding formula for First Nations schools on reserves across the country.

A resolution adopted by the Canadian chamber calls on the federal government to ensure any revised funding model is comprehensive and equitable in its construction. The funding model also should be transparent in application so that all educational needs are considered equitably to include First Nations communities and the formula be made public.

Read more: http://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2775420

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Coaxing First Nations to succeed in math – The Province

Coaxing First Nations to succeed in math
Teaching geared to aboriginal students

By Suzanne Fournier, The Province September 28, 2010

B.C. universities are not only trying to recruit and retain aboriginal students, they are actively steering more First Nations students toward careers in science and math.

Read more: http://www.theprovince.com/technology/Coaxing+First+Nations+succeed+math/3588819/story.html#ixzz10qRMvvzK

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Sheila Watt-Cloutier, Climate change crusader – theglobeandmail.com

Sheila Watt-Cloutier, Climate change crusader

Published Monday, Sep. 27, 2010

Sheila Watt-Cloutier has been speaking out on climate change for over a decade, with a concrete and poignant message about its effects–global warming is a threat to Canada’s northern communities.

Read more: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/25/the-nominees/sheila-watt-cloutier-climate-change-crusader/article1727843/

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Hollywood director James Cameron tours oilsands‎ – 660 News

Hollywood director James Cameron tours oilsands‎

Kevin Usselman Sep 27, 2010

The man behind movie blockbuster movies Avatar and Titanic will be spending the next three days touring oilsands operations.

James Cameron has already called the oilsands a “black eye” on Canada’s environmental record.

Read more: http://www.660news.com/radio/660news/article/107022–hollywood-director-james-cameron-tours-oilsands

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Sentencing law hurts city accused‎ – Winnipeg Free Press

Sentencing law hurts city accused
— Spend more time in remand here — Many aboriginals can’t afford bail

Winnipeg Free Press
By: Dean Beeby
Posted: 27/09/2010

OTTAWA — An internal government study suggests a tough new sentencing law is affecting people in Winnipeg more than in other Canadian cities.

Read more: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/sentencing-law-hurts-city-accused-103843123.html

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Financial illiteracy a drag on economic growth‎ – Business in Vancouver

Financial illiteracy a drag on economic growth

Business in Vancouver
Monday, 27 September 2010

Young Canadians need to develop a better sense of the consequences of their financial actions in order to avoid the drag on economic growth that financial illiteracy creates.

Read more: http://www.bivinteractive.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3128&Itemid=32

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Sharing Centre keeps busy – Clearwater North

Sharing Centre keeps busy

Published: September 27, 2010

We invite all local residents to stop by the North Thompson Aboriginal Sharing Centre, which is located at the end of the Brookfield Shopping Mall (around the corner from the Times office).

Read more: http://www.bclocalnews.com/bc_thompson_nicola/clearwatertimes/opinion/103746339.html

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Saint John 225 celebrates First Nations Festival – Telegraph-Journal

Saint John 225 celebrates First Nations Festival

Culture: All 15 aboriginal communities of New Brunswick were represented

APRIL CUNNINGHAM
Published Monday September 27th, 2010

SAINT JOHN – A barrage of jingling, feather-clad costumes, thumping drums and bone-chilling wails burst into Market Square Saturday as Canada’s original city celebrated its original people.

Read more: http://telegraphjournal.canadaeast.com/city/article/1235960

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Youth inspired by tradition – reddeeradvocate.com

Youth inspired by tradition

By Stacy O’Brien – Red Deer Advocate
Published: September 27, 2010

A transformation takes place two Monday’s each month at Oriole Park School, as youngsters put on traditional First Nations costumes to take part in the community powwow held by the Red Deer Aboriginal Dance Troupe.

Read more: http://www.albertalocalnews.com/reddeeradvocate/news/local/Youth_inspired_by_tradition_103852929.html

by NationTalk on September 27, 2010570 Views

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