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Brokenhead protest cost band $225000: chief – CBC.ca

Brokenhead protest cost band $225,000: chief

Last Updated: Tuesday, February 2, 2010
CBC News

The chief of Brokenhead First Nation said Monday a protest last spring ended up costing the band $225,000.

About 30 band members moved into the Brokenhead band office for a week last March, on the reserve about 75 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/manitoba/story/2010/02/02/brokenhead-protest.html

by NationTalk on February 3, 2010641 Views

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Garden River First Nation Considering Pay Toll on Highway 17 East – Soonews.ca

Garden River First Nation Considering Pay Toll on Highway 17 East

Craig Huckerby for SooNews.ca
Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Facing a funding deficit, Garden River First Nations is considering adding a toll for travellers on portion of Highway 17 through Garden River.

http://www.soonews.ca/viewarticle.php?id=24373

by NationTalk on February 3, 2010679 Views

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Yukon First Nation passes own Family Act – CBC.ca

Yukon First Nation passes own Family Act

Last Updated: Tuesday, February 2, 2010

The Carcross Tagish First Nation in Carcross, Yukon, has recently passed its own Family Act, as it plans to take over child welfare services from the territorial government.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2010/02/02/carcross-family-act.html

by NationTalk on February 3, 2010635 Views

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Awful thing to see, says Sask. chief after dog-attack death – The Province

Awful thing to see, says Sask. chief after dog-attack death

By Jeanete Stewart, Canwest News Service
February 2, 2010

The chief of a northern Saskatchewan First Nation says he feels grief and remorse over the death of a young boy mauled by dogs.

http://www.theprovince.com/news/Awful+thing+says+Sask+chief+after+attack+death/2511754/story.html

by NationTalk on February 3, 2010566 Views

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Government sued over hunting restrictions (Whitehorse Star Daily)

Government sued over hunting restrictions
The Yukon government broke every treaty commitment under the sun last fall when it brought in new hunting restrictions on the Porcupine caribou herd, say two N.W.T. aboriginal organizations.

By Chuck Tobin on February 2, 2010

The Yukon government broke every treaty commitment under the sun last fall when it brought in new hunting restrictions on the Porcupine caribou herd, say two N.W.T. aboriginal organizations.

http://whitehorsestar.com/archive/story/government-sued-over-hunting-restrictions/

by NationTalk on February 3, 2010638 Views

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Actor mourns boy mauled to death – Edmonton Sun

Actor mourns boy mauled to death

By Edmonton Sun
Last Updated: 2nd February 2010

An Edmonton-based aboriginal actor is mourning the death of a young boy who was fatally mauled Saturday by a pack of dogs on a northern Saskatchewan reserve.

http://www.edmontonsun.com/news/edmonton/2010/02/02/12714681.html

by NationTalk on February 3, 2010617 Views

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One Laptop per Child Program to increase connectivity in Canadian aboriginal … – The Wire Report

One Laptop per Child Program to increase connectivity in Canadian aboriginal communities

February 1, 2010 – 5:52pm — Jonathan Migneault

In September the Belinda Stronach Foundation, working with aboriginal groups and potentially businesses and the federal government, will bring the One Laptop per Child Program to Canada’s aboriginal communities, expanding Internet access in many remote First Nations areas.

http://www.thewirereport.ca/reports/content/10274-one_laptop_per_child_program_to_increase_connectivity_in_canadian_aboriginal_communiti

by NationTalk on February 2, 2010647 Views

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2010 Rings Hollow – dominionpaper.ca

2010 Rings Hollow
Video on the housing legacy of the Vancouver Olympics

by Dave Ron

This documentary feature examines the history of housing in Vancouver and the impact of the 2010 Olympic Games on the city’s homelessness and poverty.

http://www.dominionpaper.ca/articles/3141

by NationTalk on February 2, 2010618 Views

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Host First Nations Bite the Olympic Hand – dominionpaper.ca

Host First Nations Bite the Olympic Hand

Will the government meet its funding obligations before the Games?

February 9, 2010

VANCOUVER—It looked like the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Committee had everything sewn up tight: new venues built to order, ads from corporate sponsors, bylaws against ambush marketing, and smiling Indigenous people welcoming the world.

http://www.dominionpaper.ca/articles/3139

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First Nations general assembly to be held in Winnipeg – Montreal Gazette

First Nations general assembly to be held in Winnipeg

Winnipeg Free Press
January 31, 2010

WINNIPEG — Winnipeg will play host to the Assembly of First Nations annual general assembly this year.

http://www.montrealgazette.com/life/First+Nations+general+assembly+held+Winnipeg/2506436/story.html

by NationTalk on February 1, 2010622 Views

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Dogs kill Sask. First Nation boy: relatives – CBC.ca

Dogs kill Sask. First Nation boy: relatives

Last Updated: Monday, February 1, 2010

A 10-year-old boy was killed by a pack of dogs on a northern Saskatchewan reserve, his relatives said Sunday.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/saskatchewan/story/2010/01/31/sask-boy-canoe-laek-found.html

by NationTalk on February 1, 2010694 Views

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Muskoday students get second chance at graduation – Daily Herald

Muskoday students get second chance at graduation

Published on Febuary 1st, 2010
Tessa Holloway

Katherine Bear credits her children with giving her the motivation to finish high school.

http://www.paherald.sk.ca/News/Local/2010-02-01/article-616473/Muskoday-students-get-second-chance-at-graduation/1

by NationTalk on February 1, 2010458 Views

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Fire destroys water plant – Regina Leader-Post

Fire destroys water treatment plant on Yellow Quill First Nation

By Jeanette Stewart, Saskatchewan News Network; Canwest News Service
February 1, 2010

A fire destroyed the $7-million water treatment plant on the Yellow Quill First Nation early Saturday, leaving officials scrambling to find a water supply for the community.

http://www.leaderpost.com/news/Fire+destroys+water+plant/2507029/story.html

by NationTalk on February 1, 2010625 Views

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Native Canadians split on Games benefit (AFP)

Native Canadians split on Games benefit

Mon Feb 1,

VANCOUVER – Native Canadians, plagued by wild ‘Dime Store Indian’ stereotypes, are divided over the predicted financial and social windfall from the February 12-28 Winter Olympics

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/afp/100201/canada/oly2010_canada_native_1

by NationTalk on February 1, 2010584 Views

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Inuktitut broadcast broadens the hockey lexicon – Globe and Mail

Hockey day in Canada
Inuktitut broadcast broadens the hockey lexicon

Nathan VanderKlippe
Calgary — From Monday’s Globe and Mail

At the top of Canada, in an Arctic hamlet so far north that the sun has not yet risen in 2010, Annie Audlaluk sat in front of her television, hit the mute button, and turned on the radio.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/inuktitut-broadcast-broadens-the-hockey-lexicon/article1451222/

by NationTalk on February 1, 2010681 Views

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Ucluelet First Nation, Municipality To Sign Protocol – The Westcoaster

Ucluelet First Nation, Municipality To Sign Protocol

Published Date: 2010/2/1
By Westcoaster.ca Staff

UCLUELET — The District of Ucluelet and the Ucluelet First Nation will sign a protocol agreement, recognizing each other’s rights and establishing the groundwork for future relationships Monday morning.

http://www.westcoaster.ca/modules/AMS/article.php?storyid=7531

by NationTalk on February 1, 2010644 Views

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Most Inuit Preschoolers in Homes Where There isn’t Enough to Eat – The Gazette

Most Inuit Preschoolers in Homes Where There isn’t Enough to Eat

By Peggy Curran , The Gazette

Here’s something McGill epidemiologist Grace Egeland has learned in the many years she has worked been in the Arctic: “Inuit don’t complain.”

http://www.canada.com/business/Most+Inuit+preschoolers+homes+where+there+enough/2508164/story.html

by NationTalk on February 1, 2010526 Views

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Native-owned airline lands oil sands deal – Globe and Mail

Native-owned airline lands oil sands deal

BRENT JANG
From Thursday’s Globe and Mail
Last updated on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010 3:45AM EST

TRANSPORTATION REPORTER

Canadian North has signed a five-year charter contract to fly hundreds of construction workers to and from the Kearl oil sands project in northern Alberta, giving a much-needed lift to the aboriginal-owned airline.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/native-owned-airline-lands-oil-sands-deal/article1447000/

by NationTalk on February 1, 2010746 Views

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Fishing dispute heats up – nationalpost.com

Fishing dispute heats up
Northern Shrimp; Canada challenges Danish quotas

Randy Boswell, Canwest News Service
Published: Monday, February 01, 2010

Their dispute over the ownership of tiny Hans Island has cooled in recent years, but conflict between Canada and Denmark is heating up over another diminutive object of contention: the northern shrimp.

http://www.nationalpost.com/news/canada/story.html?id=2507087

by NationTalk on February 1, 2010721 Views

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Inuit must adapt to climate change: study – CTV

Inuit must adapt to climate change: study

Geoff Nixon, CTV.ca News
Date: Saturday Jan. 30, 2010

James Ford has spent eight years researching the effects of climate change on the lifestyles of Inuit people living in the Far North.

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20100129/inuit_study_100130/20100130?hub=TopStoriesV2

by NationTalk on February 1, 2010483 Views

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We were first, says Walpole Island school – Chatham Daily News

We were first, says Walpole Island school

Posted By ELLWOOD SHREVE, THE DAILY NEWS

This First Nation community has a message for Premier Dalton McGuinty about his claim that Ontario’s recently announced full-time all-day kindergarten program will be unique to North America.

http://www.chathamdailynews.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2284500

by NationTalk on January 30, 2010996 Views

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Treaties changing history, one fishing hole at a time – theglobeandmail.com

Treaties changing history, one fishing hole at a time

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Archie Charles has been fishing in the Fraser Canyon since the 1920s. As a boy, he journeyed 50 kilometres from Seabird Island up the Fraser River in a cedar dugout canoe. Last year, the 87-year-old grand chief of the Sto:lo travelled by car to his family’s fishing camp. The old dip nets have been upgraded, but every July he still wind-dries his catch on the riverbank.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/british-columbia/treaties-changing-history-one-fishing-hole-at-a-time/article1448542/

by NationTalk on January 30, 20101082 Views

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First Nations say they are concerned about impact of NB Power deal with Quebec – Daily Gleaner

First Nations say they are concerned about impact of NB Power deal with Quebec

Published Saturday January 30th, 2010
Greg Weston

The New Brunswick Assembly of First Nations’ Chiefs wants to meet with Premier Shawn Graham to express their concerns about the impact of the sale of NB Power assets on outstanding land claims.

http://dailygleaner.canadaeast.com/cityregion/article/938235

by NationTalk on January 30, 2010869 Views

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First Nations art, inside and out – Globe and Mail

First Nations art, inside and out

Cinda Chavich
British Columbia — From Saturday’s Globe and Mail

VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
With its commitment to First Nations art and ongoing scholarship program, YVR has one of the most impressive public collections of aboriginal art. From Bill Reid’s monumental bronze Jade Canoe (depicted on the Canadian $20 bill) and Joe David’s Welcome Figures to Susan A. Point’s massive, 5-metre Flight Spindle Whorl and rotating exhibits in cases in the international terminal, there are more than 180 sculptures, carvings, masks, poles, panels, paintings and weavings to see. Visit the YVR website for a map. yvraf.com/art

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/travel/first-nations-art-inside-and-out/article1449388/

by NationTalk on January 30, 20101072 Views

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Using tech to do more for First Nations; Government and business focus on improving education – kelowna.com

Using tech to do more for First Nations; Government and business focus on improving education

Saturday, January 30th, 2010
Canwest News Service

Executives of Canada’s leading information-technology companies were at the home of Avaya Canada’s Gerard Baglieri to hear all about the Ontario Lieutenant-Governor’s Aboriginal Youth Computer Literacy Program and to discuss the options for implementing the initiative in fly-in First Nation communities.

http://www.kelowna.com/2010/01/30/using-tech-to-do-more-for-first-nations-government-and-business-focus-on-improving-education/

by NationTalk on January 30, 2010941 Views

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Why haven’t aboriginal incarceration rates dropped? – Winnipeg Free Press

Why haven’t aboriginal incarceration rates dropped?

By: Robert Marshall
30/01/2010

The Supreme Court of Canada’s Gladue decision is 10 years old and the expectation that it would lead to a decline in the aboriginal jail population is as wrong now as it was then.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/opinion/westview/why-havent-aboriginal-incarceration-rates-dropped-83137267.html

by NationTalk on January 30, 2010907 Views

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Students frustrated as aboriginal university asks for patience with problems – CP

Students frustrated as aboriginal university asks for patience with problems

(CP)

REGINA — Officials from the First Nations University of Canada are asking for patience while the school works through its problems – but students say they’ve waited long enough.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/canadianpress/article/ALeqM5izXLa_JzsvhGsNyIXCh6QNOczPng

by NationTalk on January 30, 2010812 Views

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Police seek missing teenager – Winnipeg Free Press

Police seek missing teenager

By: Staff Writer
28/01/2010

WINNIPEG — Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 17-year-old girl.

Linnea Daniels was last seen on Jan. 27 at 9:30 p.m. in the North End.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/breakingnews/Police-seek-missing-teenager-82943222.html

by NationTalk on January 29, 2010840 Views

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Aboriginal sport expert guiding Olympic centre – Western News

Aboriginal sport expert guiding Olympic centre

By Paul Mayne
Thursday, January 28, 2010

The International Centre for Olympic Studies (ICOS) went to a former varsity athlete, three-time Western graduate and Aboriginal sport expert when selecting a new director.

http://communications.uwo.ca/com/index2.php?page=0&id=445654&task=view&option=com_content&Itemid=

by NationTalk on January 29, 2010707 Views

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Métis dance troupe makes Olympic grade – Winnipeg Free Press

Métis dance troupe makes Olympic grade
Asham Stompers wins audition to perform at Games

By: Bill Redekop
29/01/2010

The Asham Stompers are stomping their way to Vancouver.
The Métis dance troupe has won an audition to perform at this year’s Olympic Games.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/metis-dance-troupe-makes-olympic-grade-83013372.html

by NationTalk on January 29, 2010676 Views

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Spending scandal engulfs native university – Globe and Mail

Spending scandal engulfs native university
Funding cut looms over allegations of questionable expense claims and payouts to senior staff

PATRICK WHITE AND ELIZABETH CHURCH
From Friday’s Globe and Mail

The country’s only native-run university may have its government funding cut off within days, imperilling a once-celebrated institution that opened to a lavish royal reception just seven years ago.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/spending-scandal-engulfs-native-university/article1448631/

by NationTalk on January 29, 2010841 Views

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RCMP investigating death of female, 17, on Kawacatoose First Nation – StarPhoenix

RCMP investigating death of female, 17, on Kawacatoose First Nation

By Leader-Post staff
January 25, 2010

REGINA — The RCMP is investigating the death of a 17-year-old female after she was found dead on a Kawacatoose First Nation road Friday.

http://www.thestarphoenix.com/news/RCMP+investigating+death+female+Kawacatoose+First+Nation/2483632/story.html

by NationTalk on January 29, 2010713 Views

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Saskatchewan First Nation eyes wind power business to help future generations – Winnipeg Free Press

Saskatchewan First Nation eyes wind power business to help future generations

By: Jennifer Graham, THE CANADIAN PRESS
27/01/2010

REGINA – A Saskatchewan First Nation, still coping with its residential school past, wants to get into the wind power business to help future generations.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/canada/breakingnews/82847072.html

by NationTalk on January 29, 2010464 Views

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New program to benefit Aboriginal elders – Northern Daily News

New program to benefit Aboriginal elders

Posted By RICK OWEN, NORTHERN NEWS

-A new long-term program is available in Kirkland Lake to people of Aboriginal descent aged 55 and older.

The program is offered by the Aboriginal Peoples Alliance (Northern Ontario) and is funded by the Ministry of Health. It will offer a variety of supportive activities to people of Aboriginal descent 55 years and older.

http://www.northernnews.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2282770

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Aboriginal health internship program a success (Portage Daily Graphic)

Aboriginal health internship program a success

Posted By Josh Harris, Special to the Daily Graphic

The Portage la Prairie School Division’s Aboriginal Academic Achievement (AAA) facilitator gave an informational presentation at Thursday night’s bi-weekly meeting of the division’s board of trustees.

http://portagedailygraphic.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2283700

by NationTalk on January 29, 2010492 Views

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Aboriginal school project taking off in Prince George – Globe and Mail

Aboriginal school project taking off in Prince George

Jane Armstrong
VANCOUVER — From Thursday’s Globe and Mail

The numbers at Carney Hill public school in downtown Prince George paint a bleak picture of native school life. Eighty-eight per cent of students enrolled are from first nations, yet their attendance rates are dismal and dropout rates are sky high.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/british-columbia/aboriginal-school-project-taking-off-in-prince-george/article1446949/

by NationTalk on January 29, 2010595 Views

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UPEI wants more aboriginal students – CBC.ca

UPEI wants more aboriginal students
Native artist creates traditional poles

Last Updated: Thursday, January 28, 2010

The University of Prince Edward Island is looking for ways to attract aboriginal students to the campus, where only one per cent of the 4,500 students are of aboriginal descent.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/prince-edward-island/story/2010/01/28/pe-aboriginal-students-poles.html

by NationTalk on January 29, 2010482 Views

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Former Nisga’a exec guilty of breach of trust – bclocalnews.com

Former Nisga’a exec guilty of breach of trust

Updated: January 29, 2010

A PROMINENT Nisga’a citizen has been given a conditional sentence for breach of trust tied to money taken from the Terrace Nisga’a Society.

http://www.bclocalnews.com/breaking_news/82993992.html

by NationTalk on January 29, 2010505 Views

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Aboriginal teacher earns rave reviews – lfpress.com

Aboriginal teacher earns rave reviews

IN PERSON PROFILE

By KELLY PEDRO, THE LONDON FREE PRESS
Last Updated: 25th January 2010

Robyn Turgeon is one busy woman — and she has the mother’s guilt to prove it.

As a teacher for both the Thames Valley District school board and the University of Western Ontario, Turgeon completed her master’s degree last year, earning an award for academic achievement, and has written curriculum for aboriginal youth — all while trying to spend time with her husband and two children.

http://www.lfpress.com/news/london/2010/01/25/12600226.html

by NationTalk on January 28, 20101011 Views

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Aboriginal school won’t cost extra

Written by Frank Peebles
Citizen staff
Wednesday, 27 January 2010

The aboriginal choice school proposed for what is currently Carney Hill Elementary School passed it’s final hurdle on Tuesday night.

Board of education trustees voted unanimously to implement all recommendations of the Aboriginal Choice School Development Team report first presented to them on Jan. 12. The only proviso was that it had to be done within the parameters of the district’s overall budget considerations and no part of it could contravene existing school district policies.

http://www.princegeorgecitizen.com/20100127999928292/local/news/aboriginal-school-won-146t-cost-extra.html

by NationTalk on January 28, 2010727 Views

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Olympics a chance to show off successes, problems: AFN chief

BY KIM PEMBERTON, VANCOUVER SUN JANUARY 28, 2010

The partnership role the Four Host First Nations has with Olympic organizers sets a new standard for Canada’s relationship with aboriginal communities, says the national leader of the Assembly of First Nations.

http://www.vancouversun.com/business/Olympics+chance+show+successes+problems+chief/2494115/story.html

by NationTalk on January 28, 2010574 Views

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Gerow caught off-guard to win Citizen of Year

Written by Frank Peebles
Citizen staff
Monday, 19 October 2009

Prince George’s newest member of the Citizen of the Year Club said he was hit by strange, unrecognizable sensations when he heard his name called out for this distinction.

http://www.princegeorgecitizen.com/20091019999910891/local/news/gerow-caught-off-guard-to-win-citizen-of-year.html

by NationTalk on January 27, 2010649 Views

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Decision delayed on aboriginal school proposal

Written by Frank Peebles
Citizen staff
Wednesday, 13 January 2010

It will be two weeks before the board of education decides if they are going ahead with an aboriginal choice school this coming year.

On Tuesday night trustees voted six to one in favour of waiting until January 26 to make the decision, after they were presented with the final report from the Aboriginal Choice School Development Team….

http://www.princegeorgecitizen.com/20100113999925657/local/news/decision-delayed-on-aboriginal-school-proposal.html

by NationTalk on January 27, 2010696 Views

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Aboriginal school report sets goals

Written by Frank Peebles
Citizen staff
Tuesday, 12 January 2010

The framework was unveiled on Tuesday night for B.C.’s first choice school with an aboriginal theme.

The task force dedicated to preparing the school’s establishment released their long anticipated report during the public meeting of School District 57 trustees. It listed 22 recommendations.

http://www.princegeorgecitizen.com/20100112999925430/local/news/aboriginal-school-report-sets-goals.html

by NationTalk on January 27, 2010773 Views

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Inspiring video with Olympic ties breaks stereotypes of Canada’s indigenous people (Vancouver Sun)

Inspiring video with Olympic ties breaks stereotypes of Canada’s indigenous people

By Kim Pemberton, Vancouver Sun
January 27, 2010

VANCOUVER — Inspiring images of aboriginal Canadians makes up a video recently posted on You Tube, by The Four Host First Nations, which will also be shown at the Aboriginal Pavilion during the 2010 Olympic winter games in Vancouver.

http://www.vancouversun.com/sports/2010wintergames/Inspiring+video+with+Olympic+ties+breaks+stereotypes+Canada+indigenous+people/2491168/story.html

by NationTalk on January 27, 20101002 Views

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Aboriginal Skills Training Centre to open in Dieppe – Times and Transcript

Aboriginal Skills Training Centre to open in Dieppe

George Crossman hopes to work with at-risk Aboriginal youth in order to teach them safety and skills to be employable

Published Wednesday January 27th, 2010

George Crossman is just about set to unveil his new project, which he said will help Aboriginal youth in the Atlantic Provinces gain employment.

http://timestranscript.canadaeast.com/newstoday/article/934220

by NationTalk on January 27, 20101055 Views

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Dene hunters demand return of seized caribou – CBC.ca

Dene hunters demand return of seized caribou

Last Updated: Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Yellowknife justice of the peace heard Tuesday from four Dene hunters whose caribou meat was seized by wildlife officers in a controversial no-hunting zone.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2010/01/27/nwt-jp-caribou.html

by NationTalk on January 27, 2010707 Views

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First Nation to receive nearly $8M for east-side road construction – Winnipeg Free Press

First Nation to receive nearly $8M for east-side road construction

By: Staff Writer
27/01/2010

WINNIPEG – A Manitoba First Nation will receive $7.75 million over the next three years to help build a new all-season road on the east side of Lake Winnipeg.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/breakingnews/First-Nation-to-receive-nearly-8M-for-east-side-road-construction-82806522.html

by NationTalk on January 27, 2010624 Views

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Wanted: A New Vision for First Nations – fcpp.org

Wanted: A New Vision for First Nations

A BC First Nation wants an end to a dependent relationship on Ottawa

“Where there is no vision the people perish,” notes the author in Proverbs, an aphorism quite evident for ill or good with Canada’s First Nation peoples.

http://www.fcpp.org/publication.php/3150

by NationTalk on January 27, 2010667 Views

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Troubled inmates need better access to help: jury – CBC.ca

Troubled inmates need better access to help: jury

Last Updated: Wednesday, January 27, 2010

An inquest jury looking into the death of an aboriginal prisoner who took his own life recommends the agency governing Canada’s prisons bolster the availability of nurses and psychologists for prisons and learn to respond to and share information more quickly.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2010/01/27/blackwind-inquest-recommendations.html

by NationTalk on January 27, 2010641 Views

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