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Million dollar protest -Simcoe Reformer

Farmers give tobacco worth millions in taxes to Six Nations

Andrew Fruch TIMES-REFORMER
Tuesday December 11, 2007

Frustrated farmers hit the government in the pocketbook yesterday by giving millions of dollars worth of tobacco to Six Nations representatives.

http://simcoereformer.ca/News/360986.html

by NationTalk on December 12, 2007902 Views

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Top Indian Affairs bureaucrats in Manitoba taken off the job -CBC

Top Indian Affairs bureaucrats in Manitoba taken off the job
Audit examines management practices at regional office

Last Updated: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 | 9:37 AM CT
CBC News

Officials with the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs have confirmed that three top bureaucrats have been placed on paid leave amid an audit of management practices.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/manitoba/story/2007/12/11/inac-audit.html?ref=rss

by NationTalk on December 12, 2007698 Views

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New travel rules leave Native Americans in limbo -Reuters

New travel rules leave Native Americans in limbo

By Tim Gaynor

LUKEVILLE, Ariz (Reuters) – The U.S. border inspector at this lonely desert crossing with Mexico fingers the tribal enrollment card decorated with a wooden staff and eagle feathers, and glances at the holder’s photograph

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/reuters/071212/us/usreport_usa_native_passports_dc_1

by NationTalk on December 12, 2007723 Views

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Two Nunavut hamlets stay dry following plebiscites -CBC

Two Nunavut hamlets stay dry following plebiscites

Last Updated: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 | 9:04 AM CT
CBC News

Voters in two Nunavut hamlets rejected a proposal Monday to lift a ban on alcohol in their communities.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2007/12/11/liquor-votes.html?ref=rss

by NationTalk on December 12, 2007690 Views

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Torrent of responses greets Wind River road proposal -Whitehorse Star Daily

Torrent of responses greets Wind River road proposal

By Chuck Tobin

The proposal for a winter road to haul supplies up the territory’s Wind River has cascaded into a mammoth debate.
It also prompted a second extension until midnight last night to the time allotted by the Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Board (YESAB) for public input

http://www.whitehorsestar.com/auth.php?r=49464

by NationTalk on December 12, 20071098 Views

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Future of commercial fisheries in BC now rests with Supreme Court -CKNW

Future of commercial fisheries in BC now rests with Supreme Court

Dec, 11 2007 – 3:30 PM

VANCOUVER/CKNW(AM980) – The future of commercial fisheries in BC –and possibly across the country– now rests with the Supreme Court of Canada.

http://www.cknw.com/news/news_local.cfm?cat=7428218912&rem=81408&red=80121823aPBIny&wids=410&gi=1&gm=news_local.cfm

by NationTalk on December 12, 2007672 Views

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Pickton victims weren’t ‘disposable people,’ Crown tells hearing -CBC

Pickton victims weren’t ‘disposable people,’ Crown tells hearing

Last Updated: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 | 3:07 PM ET
The Canadian Press

Robert William Pickton’s victims weren’t “disposable people,” the lead Crown lawyer told a sentencing hearing Tuesday morning, two days after Pickton was convicted of killing six women from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2007/12/11/bc-picktonimpacts.html

by NationTalk on December 12, 2007679 Views

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Nunavut finance minister resigns from cabinet -CBC

Nunavut finance minister resigns from cabinet

Last Updated: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 | 4:39 PM CT
CBC News

David Simailak resigned as Nunavut’s finance minister Tuesday amid allegations he had business interests in companies that received loans from the beleaguered Nunavut Business Credit Corp.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2007/12/11/simailak-resign.html

by NationTalk on December 12, 2007712 Views

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Bali conference on climate change sparks action in Quebec -CCE Mag

Bali conference on climate change sparks action in Quebec

The Quebec government has launched a $350-million green action plan, which includes plans to replace industrial and institutional “hot air” generators and cooling systems. The announcement was made to coincide with the United Nations meeting on climate change held in Bali, Indonesia beginning December 7.

http://www.ccemag.com/issues/ISArticle.asp?id=77505&issue=12112007&btac=no

by NationTalk on December 12, 2007701 Views

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Feds quietly sign treaty in Ottawa -Surrey Now

Feds quietly sign treaty in Ottawa

Maureen Gulyas, Surrey Now
Published: Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Native and federal politicians signed the Tsawwassen First Nation treaty Thursday in a low-key ceremony in Ottawa.

The signing was a departure from the pomp and pageantry of the provincial ceremony in October when Tsawwassen First Nation Chief Kim Baird was invited to Victoria to speak to the provincial legislature, a rare honour for an unelected politician.

http://www.canada.com/surreynow/news/story.html?id=28f96271-db7a-418d-8215-f09cd29e85cd&k=82953

by NationTalk on December 12, 2007797 Views

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Baird accused of ducking meeting with activists -CTV

Baird accused of ducking meeting with activists

Updated Tue. Dec. 11 2007 6:21 PM ET
CTV.ca News Staff

Environment Minister John Baird told reporters in Bali on Tuesday that while Canada believes in hard targets to cut greenhouse emissions, now is not the time to introduce them.

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20071211/climate_talks_071211/20071211?hub=SciTech

by NationTalk on December 12, 2007707 Views

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John Williamson: B.C.’s new teepee dictatorship -National Post

John Williamson: B.C.’s new teepee dictatorship

Posted: December 11, 2007, 3:40 PM by Marni Soupcoff
John Williamson

Representative government is a two-way street: The government governs, but citizens have the authority to remove lawmakers if their performance is sub-par. If citizens lose this right, while the state retains its ability to tax and spend, the outcome is authoritarianism. Countries on this path tend to be governed by a self-appointed, well-heeled cabal and are often reliant on foreign money for survival. We call them banana republics. A parallel to these republics is about to emerge in Canada –call it the teepee republic.

http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/fullcomment/archive/2007/12/11/john-williamson-b-c-s-new-teepee-dictatorship.aspx

by NationTalk on December 12, 2007815 Views

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Keeping Track of their Health -Chilliwack Times

Keeping track of their health

The Times
Published: Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Chehalis Health and Family Services has received $41,471 as part of the government’s Aboriginal Nursing Strategies, the province announced Dec. 5.

http://www.canada.com/chilliwacktimes/news/story.html?id=b3bdbe0f-a5ec-4de5-b266-2bec2a384656&k=35070

by NationTalk on December 11, 2007699 Views

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Gwich’in, Cree speakers very low in N.W.T., stats show (CBC)

Gwich’in, Cree speakers very low in N.W.T., stats show

Last Updated: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 | 8:12 AM CT
CBC News

At least two northern aboriginal languages are at risk of dying off as mother tongues in the Northwest Territories, according to statistics released recently by Statistics Canada and the territory’s Bureau of Statistics.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2007/12/10/nwt-lang.html?ref=rss

by NationTalk on December 11, 2007686 Views

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Tofino, TFN Sign Protocol Tomorrow – Westcoaster

Tofino, TFN Sign Protocol Tomorrow

Published Date: 2007/12/11 0:30:00
By Westcoaster.ca Staff

Tofino and the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation will sign a protocol that will ensure both communities work closer together on issues like planning.

http://www.westcoaster.ca/modules/AMS/article.php?storyid=3217

by NationTalk on December 11, 2007824 Views

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Mystery Skull Still Stumps Experts – Westcoaster

Mystery Skull Still Stumps Experts

Published Date: 2007/12/11 0:30:00
By Keven Drews

A partial skull punctured by five bullet holes, embedded with metal fragments and found on a Tofino-area beach last winter is likely from a First Nations or Asian male aged 30-50, says a recently released forensic report.

http://www.westcoaster.ca/modules/AMS/article.php?storyid=3214

by NationTalk on December 11, 2007654 Views

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Kemess denial defended by First Nation – Prince George Citizen

Kemess denial defended by First Nation

(News) Tuesday, 11 December 2007, 00:01 PST
GORDON HOEKSTRA, Citizen staff

The Tse Keh Nay First Nations group has issued an open letter to the mining industry in B.C., urging a pair of industry associations to stop what the First Nations characterize as a campaign to undermine a federal panel’s recommendation the Kemess North mine not be approved.

http://www.princegeorgecitizen.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=107794&Itemid=557

by NationTalk on December 11, 2007781 Views

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Mi’kmaq drummers, dancers perform for children, inmates – Cape Breton Post

Mi’kmaq drummers, dancers perform for children, inmates

CAPE BRETON POST STAFF
The Cape Breton Post

HALIFAX — A group from the Mi’kmaq Legal Support Network entertained inmates at the Waterville youth correctional facility and at Burnside Correctional Centre, as well as the IWK children’s hospital.

http://www.capebretonpost.com/index.cfm?sid=88085&sc=149

by NationTalk on December 11, 2007747 Views

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Pickton sentencing Tuesday, amid speculation about appeal, 2nd trial -CBC

Pickton sentencing Tuesday, amid speculation about appeal, 2nd trial
Conviction means 6 life sentences, but judge will determine parole eligibility

Last Updated: Monday, December 10, 2007 | 9:46 PM ET
CBC News

Robert William Pickton will be sentenced Tuesday in B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster after a jury found him guilty of six counts of second-degree murder on Sunday, but there are already concerns about a possible appeal, a second trial and a public inquiry into the police investigation.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2007/12/10/bc-picktonsentencingorappeal.html

by NationTalk on December 11, 2007823 Views

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Canada criticized at UN climate change summit -CTV

Canada criticized at UN climate change summit

Updated Mon. Dec. 10 2007 8:54 PM ET
CTV.ca News Staff

Canada continued to be on the receiving end of criticism Monday at the UN climate change summit in Bali, Indonesia, because of its position on the issue.

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20071209/bali_baird_071210/20071210/

by NationTalk on December 11, 2007718 Views

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Kugaaruk chosen for bowhead whale hunt -CBC

Kugaaruk chosen for bowhead whale hunt

Last Updated: Monday, December 10, 2007 | 8:38 AM CT
CBC News

The Nunavut hamlet of Kugaaruk has been chosen as the next community to hunt a bowhead whale, with the hunt to be held sometime next summer.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2007/12/10/whale-hunt.html

by NationTalk on December 11, 2007726 Views

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First Nations Languages at Risk of Extinction -CKNW News Talk 980

First Nations languages at risk of extinction

Dec, 09 2007 – 10:10 PM

VANCOUVER/CKNW(AM980) – Canada’s indigenous languages are in “dire straights,” according to the Regional Chief of the BC Assembly of First Nations.

http://www.cknw.com/news/news_local.cfm?cat=7428109912&rem=81260&red=80110923aPBIny&wids=410&gi=1&gm=news_local.cfm

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007923 Views

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Baird Pledges $86M to Help Canadians Adapt to Climate Change -CBC

Baird pledges $86M to help Canadians adapt to climate change

Last Updated: Monday, December 10, 2007 | 9:20 AM ET
CBC News

Environment Minister John Baird has promised $85.9 million over the next four years to help Canadians deal with the effects of climate change.

http://www.cbc.ca/technology/story/2007/12/10/climate-conference.html

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007688 Views

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Venne the Father of Lac La Ronge Band -Leader-Post

Venne the father of Lac La Ronge Band

Doug Cuthand, Special to The Leader-Post
Published: Monday, December 10, 2007

An old friend of mine, Myles Venne, passed away last week. It was an occasion of sadness but it was also a chance for his family and community to celebrate his long and productive life of service to his community.

http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/city_province/story.html?id=569e2806-1656-4ec8-8e2b-478ea74398fe

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007676 Views

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Silent killer stalks minorities -Toronto Star

Silent killer stalks minorities

Dec 08, 2007 04:30 AM
Megan Ogilvie
Health Reporter

Type 2 diabetes is being called the health crisis of the 21st century, and minorities are most at risk.

http://www.thestar.com/living/Health/article/283781

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007600 Views

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Materials Deemed Toxic in 2006 Remain on B.C. Site -Globe and Mail

Materials deemed toxic in 2006 remain on B.C. site

SHANNON MONEO
Special to The Globe and Mail
December 10, 2007

METCHOSIN, B.C. — More than 160 truckloads of soil and rubble laced with toxic chemicals will sit for a second winter on the Beecher Bay Reserve, despite an expert recommendation in May that the material be removed.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20071210.BCDIRT10/TPStory/National

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007685 Views

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Acquittal Would Have Led to Ugly Native ‘Backlash’ -The Province

Acquittal would have led to ugly native ‘backlash’

Suzanne Fournier, The Province
Published: Monday, December 10, 2007

Natives would have “shut things down” around B.C. if Robert “Willie” Pickton had been acquitted in his serial-murder trial, a First Nations leader said yesterday.

http://www.canada.com/theprovince/news/story.html?id=5192348d-4285-424f-9255-eb1c18d47cba

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007779 Views

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Ojibwa icon remembered -CNews

Ojibwa icon remembered

By SARAH GREEN, SUN MEDIA
The Toronto Sun

A bird flew through Christian Morrisseau’s basement window one day last week and settled on his shoulder.

http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Canada/2007/12/09/4715239-sun.html

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007701 Views

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Artist remembered as `great shaman’ -Toronto Star

Artist remembered as `great shaman’

Dec 09, 2007 04:30 AM
Brett Popplewell
Staff Reporter

Friends, family and fans of the late Norval Morrisseau gathered last night to pay tribute to the Canadian artist who took native art and put it on the world stage in vibrant colour.

http://www.thestar.com/News/GTA/article/283911

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007697 Views

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Profiles of the six women victims -Canada.com

Profiles of the six women victims

Published: Sunday, December 09, 2007

‘They were our daughters, our sisters, mothers’: Six women at the heart of the Pickton trial.

ANDREA JOESBURY
Date of Birth: Nov. 6, 1978
Reported Missing: June 8, 2001
Last Seen: June 6, 2001

Jack Cummer, a retired salesman, remembers vividly his last phone call with his beautiful granddaughter Andrea Joesbury, who ran away from a difficult childhood on Vancouver Island to Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside when she was just 16 years old.

http://www.canada.com/cityguides/winnipeg/info/story.html?id=eaa23984-bbca-45e0-9658-4ad047ef1377

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007763 Views

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Family of slain Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq hopes murder trial will bring closure -CNews

Family of slain Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq hopes murder trial will bring closure

By Carson Walker, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

RAPID CITY, S.D. – The murder trial of former American Indian Movement member John Graham should help bring closure – for someone.

http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Canada/2007/12/09/4715919-ap.html

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007739 Views

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January/February 2008 -Walrus Magazine

North and South
Bravo! The Special Arctic Issue (November) is a richly nuanced and varied entrée into northern life and issues. The “North” of our collective imagination is too often a noun we place at some distance and gaze at with wonder, affection, or fear, a boundless, barren swath of land and ice, just waiting to be explored, researched, exploited, protected, or defended. In this spirit, the alchemists in Ottawa have somehow exhumed a squadron of Diefenbaker-era Cold War planners, and look what they’ve cooked up: navy gunships, underwater surveillance, and a deepwater port where nobody lives (the 2006 census had Nanisivik’s population as zero).

http://www.walrusmagazine.com/articles/2007.12-walrus-letters-january-february-2008/

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007760 Views

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Pickton verdict evokes ‘elation,’ ‘disappointment’ from victims’ friends, family -CBC

Pickton verdict evokes ‘elation,’ ‘disappointment’ from victims’ friends, family

Candle-light vigil held outside court after guilty verdict

Last Updated: Sunday, December 9, 2007 | 6:38 PM ET
CBC News

Family members gasped as a B.C. Supreme Court jury announced it found Robert William Pickton not guilty on six counts of first-degree murder — but then quietly rejoiced when Pickton was found guilty of second-degree murder in each woman’s death.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2007/12/09/bc-picktonfamilies.html

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007629 Views

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Pickton found guilty on 6 counts of 2nd-degree murder -CBC

Pickton found guilty on 6 counts of 2nd-degree murder
A scream and cheers echo through courtroom as verdicts read

Last Updated: Sunday, December 9, 2007 | 8:28 PM ET
CBC News

A B.C. Supreme Court jury on Sunday found Robert William Pickton guilty on six counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of women who disappeared from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2007/12/09/pickton-verdict.html

by NationTalk on December 10, 2007668 Views

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Gitxsan First Nation welcomes appointment of Dan Veniez to – Canoe.ca

Gitxsan First Nation welcomes appointment of Dan Veniez to run port terminal

By THE CANADIAN PRESS
2007-12-07 19:55:00

HAZELTON, B.C. – The Gitxsan First Nation is welcoming the appointment of former forestry executive Dan Veniez to head Ridley Terminals Inc. in Prince Rupert.

http://money.canoe.ca/News/Other/2007/12/07/4713664-cp.html

by NationTalk on December 8, 20071022 Views

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First Nation leaders ready to go to jail to stop miners – The Chronicle Journal

First Nation leaders ready to go to jail to stop miners

By JULIO GOMES
Friday, December 7, 2007

The chief and other councillors of a remote Northern Ontario native community are prepared to go to jail for disobeying a court order that allows exploratory drilling on what they consider traditional lands.

http://www.chroniclejournal.com/stories_local.php?id=79245

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A silent killer causes overhaul at Dakota Plains -Herald-Leader

A silent killer causes overhaul at Dakota Plains

By Leah Kellar
Central Plains Herald-Leader
Saturday December 08, 2007

Dakota Plains — Dakota Plains First Nation residents will soon be able to take a deep breath and a sigh of relief without having to worry about the consequences.

http://www.cpheraldleader.com/Local%20News/360548.html

by NationTalk on December 8, 2007707 Views

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K.I. leaders offer to go to jail in contempt case -Tb News Source

K.I. leaders offer to go to jail in contempt case

Tb News Source
Web Posted: 12/7/2007 5:38:01 PM

Leaders from a first nation community are inviting the Canadian justice system to send them to jail over an ongoing dispute with a mining company.

http://www.tbsource.com/Localnews/index.asp?cid=102748

by NationTalk on December 8, 2007832 Views

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For youth on Ojibwa reserve, show much more than a performance -Toronto Star

For youth on Ojibwa reserve, show much more than a performance

Dec 08, 2007 04:30 AM
Susan Walker
DANCE WRITER

LAC LA CROIX, ONT.–There’s a skim of ice on the puddles, a whistle to the wind off the lake and a young buck, gutted down the middle, hangs from a tree next to the water, shot through the head a few days earlier.

http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/article/283309

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Family Needs Your Help Locating Missing Boy -A Channel

Family Needs Your Help Locating Missing Boy

DUNCAN – A Duncan mother is hoping you will help grant her Christmas wish.

Her teenage son has been missing for several months. The 15-year-old was last seen by his family in March.

http://www.achannel.ca/victoria/news_51309.aspx

by NationTalk on December 8, 2007670 Views

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Judge dismisses huge Métis land claim -Globe and Mail

26-YEAR-OLD CASE
Judge dismisses huge Métis land claim

The Canadian Press
December 8, 2007

WINNIPEG — A Manitoba judge issued a written decision yesterday that dismisses a massive land claim by Métis that could have been worth billions of dollars.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20071208.METIS08/TPStory/?query=ABORIGINAL

by NationTalk on December 8, 2007775 Views

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Residential students may not get full claim: advisor -CBC

Residential students may not get full claim: advisor

Last Updated: Friday, December 7, 2007 | 3:06 PM CT
CBC News

Poor government records may prevent some former residential school students from receiving their full compensation from the federal government, according to the Assembly of First Nations.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2007/12/07/nwt-claims.html

by NationTalk on December 8, 2007658 Views

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Relatives quarrel over Ojibwa artist’s remains -Globe and Mail

FUNERAL RITES: NORVAL MORRISSEAU
Relatives quarrel over Ojibwa artist’s remains

JAMES ADAMS
December 8, 2007

TORONTO — Norval Morrisseau was controversial as an artist, husband, father and friend during his 76-year lifespan, and he’s proving to be just as controversial in death as a family feud has broken out over what to do with his remains.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20071208.NORVAL08/TPStory/National

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Family feuds over artist’s dying wishes -Toronto Star

Family feuds over artist’s dying wishes

Dec 08, 2007 04:30 AM
Tracy Huffman
Staff Reporter

A lawyer joined the fray at a Toronto funeral home yesterday as the family of famed artist Norval Morrisseau grappled with the question, What did “the Picasso of the North” want in death?

http://www.thestar.com/News/Canada/article/283759

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Tough Nunavut language laws could be on the way: minister -CBC

Tough Nunavut language laws could be on the way: minister

Last Updated: Thursday, December 6, 2007 | 12:10 PM CT
CBC News

Nunavut’s minister of culture, language, elders and youth says the territory is on the brink of enacting the toughest protection yet for an aboriginal language in Canada.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2007/12/06/lang-bills.html

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Go Easy on Wildlife, Inuit Urge Scientists -The Globe and Mail

NORTHERN AFFAIRS
Go easy on wildlife, Inuit urge scientists
Nunavut land-claim group calls for alternatives to researchers’ use of tranquillizers that taint meat

BOB WEBER
The Canadian Press
December 7, 2007

Inuit hunters are demanding that scientists change how they study Arctic wildlife from polar bears to caribou to whales, saying current methods handle too many animals – injuring and even killing some and leaving others with chemical residue that taints their meat.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20071207.WILDLIFE07/TPStory/National

by NationTalk on December 7, 2007861 Views

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Day marks awareness of violence against women – The Daily News

Day marks awareness of violence against women

HALIFAX
ROBYN YOUNG
The Daily News

In a neatly penned letter secured to a swath of purple fleece hanging on a clothesline at Province House, an anonymous woman described the first time her husband beat her.

http://www.hfxnews.ca/index.cfm?sid=87182&sc=89

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Mackenzie gas line rework lauded – Canoe.ca

Fri, December 7, 2007
By CP

Mackenzie gas line rework lauded

Analysts say a reworking of the Mackenzie Gas Project in the Northwest Territories will be a boon for all involved.

http://calsun.canoe.ca/Business/2007/12/07/4712559-sun.html

by NationTalk on December 7, 2007663 Views

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Nina Courtepatte fundraiser a success – Canoe.ca

Nina Courtepatte fundraiser a success

By KEVIN CRUSH, SUN MEDIA
The Edmonton Sun

A soldout fundraising gala last night for Nina’s Dreams shows the death of 13-year-old Nina Courtepatte has deeply resonated with Edmontonians, say organizers.

http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Canada/2007/12/07/4712676-sun.html

by NationTalk on December 7, 2007841 Views

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Canadian shipped south in controversial extradition – Times Colonist

Canadian shipped south in controversial extradition

CanWest News Service
Published: Friday, December 07, 2007

A Canadian aboriginal man accused of killing an activist with the American Indian Movement in 1975 was sent to Rapid City, S.D., yesterday after the Supreme Court of Canada rejected his attempted appeal.

http://www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/news/story.html?id=63a5d026-fd85-41e9-9f1a-c68cf102d37e

by NationTalk on December 7, 2007743 Views

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