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University professor tackles native issues with humour (The Sudbury Star)

University professor tackles native issues with humour
Published book that explains complicated matters in plain language

Posted By LARA BRADLEY, THE SUDBURY STAR

It’s a typical problem in native studies classes: How do you bring non-native students up to speed?

http://www.thesudburystar.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1189824

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Elections under appeal – Times and Transcript

Elections under appeal

Published Monday September 8th, 2008

EEL GROUND – The May 28 elections at the Eel Ground First Nation reserve is under appeal by former band councillor Rita Martin who claims incidents of vote-buying, improper execution of election regulations and candidates who were not living on reserve at the time…

http://timestranscript.canadaeast.com/news/article/408288

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RCMP foundation supports Eel Ground Youth Rec Centre – Miramichi Leader

RCMP foundation supports Eel Ground Youth Rec Centre

Published Monday September 8th, 2008

On Thursday, Aug. 28, the RCMP Foundation presented a cheque in the amount of $5,000 to the Eel Ground First Nation Youth Recreation Centre. The Eel Ground First Nation Recreation Centre’s goal is to inspire and support youth to thrive and succeed in a warm, welcoming atmosphere by encouraging youth leadership, self-empowerment, confidence, personal well-being and healthy decision-making.

http://miramichileader.canadaeast.com/community/article/407955

by NationTalk on September 8, 2008699 Views

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Art of the treasure looters – National Post

Art of the treasure looters

Karen Mazurkewich, Financial Post
Published: Saturday, September 06, 2008

The theft of five native artworks from the Fort Langley National Historic Site museum on Victoria Island last week barely made the news. The items belonging to the Kwantlen First Nation — three masks and a woven basket — have a dollar value of $5,500, not the stuff of headlines. But what was a small cachet for looters represents a growing global problem. Small museums with poor security and unprotected archeological sites are under siege.

http://www.nationalpost.com/arts/story.html?id=774323

by NationTalk on September 8, 2008951 Views

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Learning Lessons That Separate Us – National Post

Learning lessons that separate us

Natalie Alcoba, National Post
Published: Friday, September 05, 2008

Final instalment of a four-part series

As children across the country return to school, the National Post takes a look at the curriculum issues that are flashpoints in their respective regions and examines how the most controversial subjects are taught. Today, pedagogy and prejudice.

http://www.nationalpost.com/news/story.html?id=772028

by NationTalk on September 5, 2008690 Views

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More needed in N.W.T. act for aboriginal languages, advocates say (CBC)

More needed in N.W.T. act for aboriginal languages, advocates say

Last Updated: Friday, September 5, 2008

As the Northwest Territories gets ready to review its Official Languages Act, some advocates say the legislation should do more to protect and promote aboriginal languages.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2008/09/05/nwt-lang.html?ref=rss

by NationTalk on September 5, 2008674 Views

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SIAST program prepares aboriginals for police force (Daily Herald)

SIAST program prepares aboriginals for police force

MATTHEW GAUK
The Prince Albert Daily Herald

While the recent rash of police shootings involving aboriginal people hogs the headlines, SIAST is looking at new ways to get First Nations involved in policing.

http://www.paherald.sk.ca/index.cfm?sid=168593&sc=4

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Police look for man missing since Aug. 24 (Hamilton Spectator)

Police look for man missing since Aug. 24

The Hamilton Spectator
(Sep 5, 2008)

Hamilton Police are searching for a 34-year-old man whose family says he’s been missing since Aug. 24.

http://www.thespec.com/News/Local/article/429885

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FSIN chief wants inquiry into use of force by police (StarPhoenix)

FSIN chief wants inquiry into use of force by police

Lori Coolican, The StarPhoenix
Published: Friday, September 05, 2008

Aboriginal leaders say they will be watching to ensure a proper investigation is conducted into the fatal shooting of a northern Saskatchewan band member by an RCMP officer on Tuesday.

http://www.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/news/local/story.html?id=d156da4c-514c-4f8c-9ad6-98cfa47a61a6&k=53789

by NationTalk on September 5, 2008698 Views

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Aboriginal leaders ask for public inquiry – Canada.com

Aboriginal leaders ask for public inquiry

Lori Coolican, With files from Barb Pacholik, Saskatchewan News Network; Canwest News Service
Published: Friday, September 05, 2008

The latest shooting is bringing back painful memories for one Regina family.

http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/story.html?id=11fca7d1-f5c2-459f-a0d8-133c94b92f38&p=2

by NationTalk on September 5, 2008711 Views

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From protest to prison – Queen’s Journal

From protest to prison
Professor’s experience sheds light on the current state of political repression

By Robert Lovelace, Professor

The evening before I was sentenced to six months in prison for contempt of court I e-mailed David McDonald, the head of the department of global development studies, to let him know I expected that I would be unable to finish my winter courses.

http://www.queensjournal.ca/story/2008-09-05/opinions/from-protest-to-prison/

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Defence minister announces permanent army reserve presence in Arctic – The Canadian Press

Defence minister announces permanent army reserve presence in Arctic

HALIFAX — Defence minister Peter MacKay says the military will establish a permanent army reserve in Canada’s North.

http://canadianpress.google.com/article/ALeqM5g47N_8ZekJte3uz7lSCg9zS8dFVQ

by NationTalk on September 5, 2008574 Views

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Aboriginal students pursue post-secondary dreams – Daily Herald

Aboriginal students pursue post-secondary dreams

VERN FAULKNER
The Prince Albert Daily Herald

A nervous, upbeat energy swirled around the more than 200 people packing the conference room of the Marlboro Hotel.

http://www.paherald.sk.ca/index.cfm?sid=168174&sc=4

by NationTalk on September 5, 2008606 Views

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Reduced to a symbol – Ottawa Citizen

Reduced to a symbol
With all the native images used to promote the Vancouver Games, you’d think organizers would spare a thought for the iniquities facing aboriginal athletes

Laura Robinson, Citizen Special
Published: Thursday, September 04, 2008

Modern pentathlete, Monica Pinette, who is Métis, was the lone aboriginal person on a team of 331 athletes in Beijing. The 2006 Canadian census tells us 1,172,790 people identify as aboriginal in a population of 32,852,849, which means there should have been at least 11 aboriginal athletes on the team.

http://www.canada.com/ottawacitizen/news/opinion/story.html?id=fcb96f35-c0a8-444b-9c41-1c7623761959

by NationTalk on September 5, 2008731 Views

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Canadian Arrow on solid ground with First Nation – Northern ON Business

Canadian Arrow on solid ground with First Nation

By: Ian Ross

First Nation approval was key in Canadian Arrow Mine’s gradual development of its highly-prospective Kenbridge nickel deposit in northwestern Ontario.

http://www.northernontariobusiness.com/industry-news/aboriginal-businesses/0908-arrow.aspx

by NationTalk on September 5, 2008588 Views

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Chuck Strahl responds – National Post

Chuck Strahl responds

National Post
Published: Thursday, September 04, 2008

Re: And Now, On To The Real Issues, editorial, Sept. 3.

Your editorial on “the real issues” did not clearly outline all of the progress that our Conservative government has made in helping resolve important First Nations land claims issues.

http://www.nationalpost.com/story.html?id=767670

by NationTalk on September 5, 2008655 Views

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The map that will open the north – National Post

The map that will open the north

Jon Baird, Financial Post
Published: Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Two of the great features of the Canadian north are found in the Yukon — Mount Logan, Canada’s highest mountain, and Dawson City, the great centre of the Klondike gold rush in the 1890s. Both were named after directors of the Geological Survey of Canada–Sir William Logan, the first director who served in the post from 1842-1869, and George Dawson who filled the role from 1895-1901.

http://www.financialpost.com/story.html?id=764673

by NationTalk on September 4, 2008789 Views

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Environmentalists weigh costs of Alberta oil sands

“You have to consider the environmental impact in a broader context,” Collyer said. “There is significant economic benefit from the development of oil sands.

http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/08/25/business/sand.php?page=2

by NationTalk on September 4, 2008615 Views

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Federal spending in Manitoba continues today – Winnipeg Free Press

Federal spending in Manitoba continues today

Updated: September 4

With federal politicians making pre-election warning noises, yet another Tory funding announcement for Manitoba is coming today.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breakingnews/story/4221584p-4836701c.html

by NationTalk on September 4, 2008745 Views

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School Board Dispute With Dakota Tipi Coming To A Close – Portage Online

School Board Dispute With Dakota Tipi Coming To A Close

Off-Reserve students from Dakota Tipi First Nation are one-step closer to returning to Portage Collegiate for another school year.

http://www.portageonline.com/index.php?option=com_ezine&task=read&page=9&category=21&article=9389&Itemid=86

by NationTalk on September 3, 2008725 Views

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Sask. police shootings worry senior Mountie – Canada.com

Sask. police shootings worry senior Mountie

Karen Brownlee, Lori Coolican and Luke Simcoe, Canwest News Service
Published: Wednesday, September 03, 2008

SASKATOON – Following another fatal shooting by police in Saskatchewan, a senior RCMP official says he’s worried about how often police are drawing their weapons.

http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/story.html?id=46eb8e90-878b-4787-a29e-36b2bdc9976c

by NationTalk on September 3, 2008692 Views

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Double-team degrees – Globe and Mail

Double-team degrees

MARLENE HABIB
From Monday’s Globe and Mail
September 3, 2008 at 3:44 PM EDT

As Kirsten Walker hits the books and the basketball court in Charlottetown, the teen basketball whiz is striving for a double slam dunk — to complete college while working toward her bachelor of arts.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080903.eduCOLLcollegemainCAMPUS1105/BNStory/campus/

by NationTalk on September 3, 2008822 Views

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Big family on campus – Globe and Mail

Big family on campus

DIANNE RINEHART
From Monday’s Globe and Mail
September 3, 2008 at 3:43 PM EDT

If you think orientation is a challenge for the average out-of-town student, consider the adjustment Joanie Brown and Andy Tugak faced when they moved to Winnipeg, population 633,451, from tiny Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, population 2,358, to attend Red River College — with eight kids in tow.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080903.eduCOLLfamilyCAMPUS1105/BNStory/campus/

by NationTalk on September 3, 2008927 Views

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Appeals filed into re-election of Salt River chief – CBC

Appeals filed into re-election of Salt River chief

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 3, 2008

The re-election of Frieda Martselos as chief of the Salt River First Nation in Fort Smith, N.W.T., is being challenged by several people, including her rival.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2008/09/03/srfn-appeal.html

by NationTalk on September 3, 20081745 Views

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Hunting days pose challenge for Inuit health surveyors – CBC

Hunting days pose challenge for Inuit health surveyors

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Researchers working on a comprehensive Inuit health survey in the North say their project has been largely successful so far this year, although good weather has sometimes meant fewer participants were available.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2008/09/03/inuit-survey.html

by NationTalk on September 3, 2008685 Views

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Ice shelves suffered major melting over summer – CBC

Ice shelves suffered major melting over summer

Last Updated: Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Canada’s ice shelves suffered massive erosion over the summer, losing almost one-quarter of their area, researchers have found.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2008/09/02/science-ice.html

by NationTalk on September 3, 2008697 Views

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Hearing could hold up pipeline construction – Winnipeg Sun

Hearing could hold up pipeline construction

By PAUL TURENNE, SUN MEDIA

Aboriginal leaders and a small army of lawyers packed a downtown Winnipeg courtroom yesterday for the start of a hearing that may ultimately cause pipeline construction in Manitoba to be delayed.

http://www.winnipegsun.com/News/Manitoba/2008/09/03/6644796-sun.html

by NationTalk on September 3, 2008685 Views

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Piapot making progress – Regina Leader-Post

Piapot making progress

Kerry Benjoe, The Leader-Post
Published: Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Progress is being made on Regina’s first urban reserve.

Piapot First Nation’s Chief John Rockthunder said the band leadership is working towards a deadline of Sept. 25 to have inventory, fuel and other necessities in place for the planned gas bar.

http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/city_province/story.html?id=a2dd805e-3698-4489-be05-45662fea4a27

by NationTalk on September 3, 2008743 Views

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Re: letter to the editor “Another response to First Nation issue … – Orillia Packet

Get facts straight on First Nations

Letter to the editor:

Re: letter to the editor “Another response to First Nation issue” (Packet & Times, Aug. 28)

I am not too surprised that nonnative people continue to spout the same ill-conceived logic regarding First Nation issues.

http://www.orilliapacket.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1182765

by NationTalk on September 3, 2008646 Views

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UNBC, CNC get funds for native programs – Prince George Citizen

UNBC, CNC get funds for native programs

Written by BERNICE TRICK

UNBC and the College of New Caledonia have been allocated $250,000 to provide three new programs for aboriginal students.

http://www.princegeorgecitizen.com/20080902149505/local/news/unbc-cnc-get-funds-for-native-programs.html

by NationTalk on September 3, 2008913 Views

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Alaska Natives Watch Traditions Melting Away – Dominion Paper

Alaska Natives Watch Traditions Melting Away

Written by Kari Lydersen
Friday, 29 August 2008

Hunting walrus is an age-old tradition for the Inupiat Eskimo Native people of King Island, a tiny rugged piece of land jutting out of the Bering Sea off Alaska. The walrus provides meat for the long, dark, frigid winters, and its tusks, skin, blubber, intestines and other body parts serve other crucial functions, including making watertight parkas and “pokes” to store berries. They say the walruses turn a pink color when they are ready to “haul out” onto the sea ice where they can be hunted. Watching the sky and sea for signs of the coming walrus migration is an art still passed on from elders to the young generation.

http://towardfreedom.com/home/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1394&Itemid=0

by NationTalk on September 2, 2008837 Views

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August In Review – Dominion Paper

September 1, 2008

August In Review

$12 billion spent on Olympic security, $40 million cut to Canadian arts, 100 arrested in climate action

Montreal police shot three unarmed men during a confrontation in a park in North Montreal. Fredy Villanueva, an 18-year-old Honduran immigrant, died shortly after he was shot. Residents in the area, which is among Montreal’s poorest, have complained about systemic racially-based police harassment in the community.

http://www.dominionpaper.ca/articles/2018

by NationTalk on September 2, 2008779 Views

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Feds spend 50% less on firms for civil litigation – Lawyer Weekly

Feds spend 50% less on firms for civil litigation

By Cristin Schmitz
Ottawa
September 05 2008

The government of Canada spent nearly 50 percent less than the previous year on civil litigation conducted by Crown agents in 2007-2008, Department of Justice (DOJ) records suggest.

http://www.lawyersweekly.ca/index.php?section=article&articleid=750

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Wind energy seminar in Ottawa aimed at raising Aboriginal … – Daily Commercial

Wind energy seminar in Ottawa aimed at raising Aboriginal participation

September 2, 2008
Ottawa

The growth of Canada’s wind power industry includes Aboriginal communities and that is why the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) has organized its first-ever Wind and Aboriginal Communities Seminar.

http://dcnonl.com/article/id30385

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Who will lead Team Canada to polar glory? – Globe and Mail

ARCTIC SOVEREIGNTY

Who will lead Team Canada to polar glory?
Environmental stewardship and teamwork will be critical in the high-stakes quest for our northern goals

PRESTON MANNING
President and CEO, Manning Centre for Building Democracy

September 2, 2008

On Sept. 2, 1972, prime minister Pierre Trudeau dropped the puck to launch an eight-game hockey showdown between Canada and the Soviet Union. But Team Canada won only one of the first three games, then was booed off the ice after losing the fourth in Vancouver.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20080902.COARCTIC02/TPStory/Environment

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Native dispute requires clarity – The Record

Native dispute requires clarity

The Record
September 02, 2008

Some Six Nations members near Brantford have demanded that property owners and governments submit development fees and applications to them. They claim jurisdiction over much of Waterloo Region, based on a 1784 land grant. They contend it’s their right as a First Nation to regulate growth.

http://news.therecord.com/Opinions/article/408144

by NationTalk on September 2, 2008753 Views

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A plan to reap the rewards of a changing demographic – Telegraph-Journal

A plan to reap the rewards of a changing demographic

Published Tuesday September 2nd, 2008

A solution to the province’s looming labour shortage could be found in the untapped potential of New Brunswick’s First Nations communities, and the new executive director of a groundbreaking partnership is hoping to turn that potential into a reality.

http://nbbusinessjournal.canadaeast.com/journal/article/402990

by NationTalk on September 2, 2008635 Views

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Union program puts a dozen Hobbema workers into the workforce – Wetaskiwin Times

Union program puts a dozen Hobbema workers into the workforce

vince burke / vburke@wetaskiwintimes.com
Tuesday September 02, 2008

A mobile training program will put 12 new bodies into the oil and gas workforce.
The three-week training program was a partnership between the Samson and Ermineskin bands and Construction and General Workers Union Local No. 92.

http://www.wetaskiwintimes.com/News/416765.html

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New opportunity for Métis students – Express News

New opportunity for Métis students

By Michael Brown, ExpressNews Staff

August 29, 2008 – Edmonton­-Métis students at the University of Alberta are now eligible for awards of up to $20,000, thanks to a $2 million contribution from the Métis Nation of Alberta through its Métis Education Foundation.

http://www.expressnews.ualberta.ca/article.cfm?id=9566

by NationTalk on September 2, 2008759 Views

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Yellowbird v. Samson Cree Nation No. 444 – Lawyer Weekly

September 02, 2008

Yellowbird v. Samson Cree Nation No. 444

The Lawyers Weekly* reported on the Yellowbird v. Samson Cree Nation case which upheld the decision that members of the first nation were entitled to per capital distributions from the date that their names were added to the membership list.

*The Lawyers Weekly August 29, 2008 “Digest” at page 16 under Aboriginal Law.

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Blockades bring traffic to a halt (London Free Press)

Blockades bring traffic to a halt

Tue, September 2, 2008

CALEDONIA — Labour Day was a day of blockades in this divided community as aboriginals and residents both brought traffic to a halt.

http://lfpress.ca/newsstand/News/Local/2008/09/02/6633016-sun.html

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All but two Rama councillors re-elected – Orillia Packet

Rama’s chief wins 5th term
All but two Rama councillors re-elected

Posted By SARA ROSS, THE PACKET AND TIMES

The votes have been counted and it seems the Chippewas of Rama First Nation were pleased with the council that served them for the 2006-2008 term.

http://www.orilliapacket.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1180978

by NationTalk on September 2, 2008708 Views

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Brantford arrests spawn protests in Caledonia – St. Catharines Standard

Brantford arrests spawn protests in Caledonia

Posted By THE CANADIAN PRESS

Tensions in a southern Ontario land claims dispute rose Monday with the arrest of Six Nations activists, which were followed by a day of protests and a blockade.

http://www.stcatharinesstandard.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1181243

by NationTalk on September 2, 2008804 Views

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Elder interviews to become podcasts – Northern News

Elder interviews to become podcasts

Kassina Ryder
Northern News Services
Published Monday, September 1, 2008

QIKIQTARJUAQ/BROUGHTON ISLAND – For the members of the Inuit Knowledge Project, the term “expert” defies conventional definition.

http://nnsl.com/northern-news-services/stories/papers/sep1_08ed.html

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Inuit Health Survey kicks off second year with high hopes, less ice – McGill Reporter

Inuit Health Survey kicks off second year with high hopes, less ice

By Grace Egeland

With the start-up of the second year of the International Polar Year (IPY) Inuit Health Survey, I reflect over the work ahead while en route to Inuvik in northern Northwest Territory, a two-day plane ride from Montreal. When we were planning for this voyage in 2006, the Coast Guard informed us that our biggest challenge in moving from community to community from the far western town of Tuktoyaktuk eastward to Resolute would be navigating the ice packed waters of the Northwest Passage. Now just two years later we’re told “ice will not be a problem.” With vast areas of ice disappearing rapidly one can only wonder what repercussions lie ahead as a result of global warming.

http://reporter.mcgill.ca/2008/08/inuit-health-survey-kicks-off-second-year-with-high-hopes-less-ice/

by NationTalk on September 2, 2008680 Views

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Federal Court Begins Hearing On Treaty One Bands vs. Pipeline – Resource Investor

Federal Court Begins Hearing On Treaty One Bands vs. Pipeline

By Alexandra Paul
02 Sep 2008

Seven aboriginal bands will begin arguing their case in Federal Court this week that they should have been consulted about plans for a pipeline across southern Manitoba.

http://www.resourceinvestor.com/pebble.asp?relid=45829

by NationTalk on September 2, 2008698 Views

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Search continues for missing paddlers – Winnipeg Free Press

Search continues for missing paddlers

Updated: August 30

Thompson RCMP are still searching for two missing canoeists from Tadoule Lake last seen Wednesday afternoon.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breakingnews/story/4220288p-4813741c.html

by NationTalk on August 31, 2008675 Views

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Siksika First Nation lobbies for police force – CTV

Siksika First Nation lobbies for police force

Updated: Sat Aug. 30 2008 14:39:25
ctvcalgary.ca

The Siksika First Nation wants its own tribal police force.

The large reserve which is east of Calgary has grown from 46-hundred residents to 63-hundred in the last 10 years.

http://calgary.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/20080830/CGY_siksika_police_080830/20080830/?hub=CalgaryHome

by NationTalk on August 31, 20081139 Views

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Dakota Tipi gets first new housing in a dozen years – Herald Leader

Dakota Tipi gets first new housing in a dozen years

Posted By Rob Swystun, The Daily Graphic

DAKOTA TIPI FIRST NATION — Dakota Tipi First Nation leaders brought out their freshly spray-painted gold spade for the sod-turning ceremony on the reserve that will see 10 new houses trucked in within the next few months.

http://www.cpheraldleader.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1180204

by NationTalk on August 31, 2008861 Views

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Escapees have violent histories (StarPhoenix)

Escapees have violent histories

Saskatchewan News Network; Regina Leader-Post
Published: Saturday, August 30, 2008

REGINA (SNN) — For the third time in as many years, Daniel Richard Wolfe — a violent man who once defended street gangs as a way to empower aboriginal people — has managed to evade authorities.

http://www.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/news/local/story.html?id=9878384d-bd61-403f-b942-d8c5bf891658&k=89860

by NationTalk on August 31, 2008698 Views

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