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Sturgeon Lake band members to demand resignation of chief, council – Daily Herald

Sturgeon Lake band members to demand resignation of chief, council

THERESA SERAPHIM
The Prince Albert Daily Herald

A group of band members wants the chief and council of the Sturgeon Lake First Nation to resign.

http://www.paherald.sk.ca/index.cfm?sid=135224&sc=4

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Carve section of Cowichan Spirit Pole -AbbyNews

Carve section of Cowichan Spirit Pole

May 15, 2008

The public is invited to attend a family event welcoming the Cowichan Spirit Pole to Abbotsford tomorrow (Friday).

http://www.bclocalnews.com/fraser_valley/abbynews/news/18951384.html

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008680 Views

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Huge deal brewing in Akwesasne – Standard FreeHolder

Huge deal brewing in Akwesasne

Posted By Michael Peeling

Akwesasne residents will be voting on a settlement with Ontario Power Generation (OPG) worth nearly $46 million that could put an end to all land claims involving the utility and the First Nation.

http://www.standard-freeholder.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1028664

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008564 Views

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U.S. to protect polar bears – Globe and Mail

THE NEW CLIMATE: OTTAWA CONSIDERS TOUGHER ACTION
U.S. to protect polar bears

MARTIN MITTELSTAEDT
ENVIRONMENT REPORTER
May 15, 2008

The United States has listed the polar bear as a threatened species, concluding that the rapid melting of the sea-ice habitat that the large marine carnivores depend on is undermining their future.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20080515.POLAR15/TPStory/National

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008630 Views

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McHale loses Metis vote, will stay involved – Sault Star

McHale loses Metis vote, will stay involved

Posted By Michael Purvis

Brent McHale won’t take on the provincial position he had been hoping for, but the longtime local Metis leader says a recent election loss won’t remove him from an active role in the community.

http://www.saultstar.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1029478

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008646 Views

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Work with First Nations to develop resources, Fontaine urges – Sault Star

Work with First Nations to develop resources, Fontaine urges

Tells Northern municipalities co-operation reaps benefits

Posted By Dan Bellerose

The National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations urged delegates at a Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities (FONOM) conference in Sault Ste. Marie to strengthen their relationships with neighbouring aboriginal communities.

http://www.saultstar.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1028225

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008570 Views

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Bold Moves; Six Nations Choreographer Building her Reputation – The Expositor

Bold Moves; Six Nations choreographer building her reputation

Posted By Elizabeth Yates

Creativity is innate for Santee Smith, a dancer and choreographer whose innovative blend of contemporary and traditional dance has won widespread acclaim.

http://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1028613

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008523 Views

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Former Hobbema gang member hopes to make difference – CBC

Former Hobbema gang member hopes to make difference

A former gang member told a community meeting in Hobbema, Alta., Wednesday that he hopes to help stem violence in the community.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/edmonton/story/2008/05/15/cgy-hobbema-gangs.html?ref=rss

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008623 Views

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First nation opposes uranium mining – Sudbury Star

First nation opposes uranium mining

Posted By KEVIN McSHEFFREY

Serpent River First Nation (SRFN) is opposed to uranium mining in the area.
SRFN Chief Isadore Day says at a community meeting on April 28, they reached a consensus opposing development.

http://www.thesudburystar.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1028417

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First Nations getting funding to hire experts – CTV

First Nations getting funding to hire experts

Updated: Thu May. 15 2008 1:37:53 PM
ctvtoronto.ca

The Ontario government is implementing another recommendation from the Ipperwash Inquiry by offering funding to aboriginal communities to hire a variety of experts.

http://toronto.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/20080515/ipperwash_recommendation_080515/20080515/?hub=TorontoNewHome

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008620 Views

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Bryant urges Ottawa to set Caledonia deadline – Hamilton Spec

Bryant urges Ottawa to set Caledonia deadline

May 15, 2008
The Hamilton Spectator Wire Service

OTTAWA–The federal government is being urged by Ontario Aboriginal Affairs Minister Michael Bryant to put a deadline on land claim negotiations in Caledonia instead of letting them drag on with no resolution in sight.

http://www.thespec.com/News/BreakingNews/article/369704

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008619 Views

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Did Bryant interfere? – Hamilton Spec

Did Bryant interfere?
‘I don’t know what happened,’ Montour says

May 15, 2008
Daniel Nolan
The Hamilton Spectator

Six Nations Chief Bill Montour says he has no direct knowledge Aboriginal Affairs Minister Michael Bryant interfered with OPP operations surrounding the recent native blockade of the Caledonia bypass.

http://www.thespec.com/article/369410

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008639 Views

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Racism still problem in Sask. – Leader-Post

Racism still problem in Sask.

Anne Kyle, Leader-Post
Published: Thursday, May 15, 2008

“As we are seeing a lot of racism in the workplace my hope is that there is better training programs in place for the different employers so that employees are more aware of racism issues and are more sensitive and careful in their general interaction with customers and their employees,” Chen said.

http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/story.html?id=4e720da3-0274-4021-a2ef-55037dc53ed1&p=2

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008521 Views

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Art opens door to native heritage – Winnipeg Sun

Art opens door to native heritage

Lacey Racette got in touch with her roots yesterday and all it took was a paintbrush.

http://winnipegsun.com/News/Winnipeg/2008/05/15/5572131-sun.html

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008564 Views

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Much time lost in helping aboriginal children – Times Colonist

Much time lost in helping aboriginal children

Paul Willcocks, Times Colonist
Published: Thursday, May 15, 2008

The statistics for First Nations children in B.C. are dismal. Being born native brings a much greater likelihood of struggle in almost every area of life.

http://www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/news/business/story.html?id=b16642ee-fc1a-4b9c-9699-aec4262a4b19

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008493 Views

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‘Get on with it,’ Ontario tells Ottawa on Caledonia – Globe and Mail

‘Get on with it,’ Ontario tells Ottawa on Caledonia

KAREN HOWLETT
Globe and Mail Update
May 15, 2008 at 4:01 PM EDT

TORONTO — Ontario Aboriginal Affairs Minister Michael Bryant is calling on the federal government to live up to its responsibilities to aboriginal Canadians by setting a deadline to resolve the long-simmering standoff between native and non-native protesters in Caledonia.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080515.wbrycaledon0515/BNStory/National/

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008504 Views

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Alberta, Attorney-General sued over treaty rights – Globe and Mail

BUSINESS TICKER: NORTH AMERICA: ENVIRONMENT: LITIGATION
Alberta, Attorney-General sued over treaty rights

DAVID EBNER
May 15, 2008

The Beaver Lake Cree Nation, located near Lac La Biche in northeastern Alberta, yesterday filed a statement of claim against the province of Alberta and the Attorney-General of Canada, alleging that the nation’s treaty rights have been infringed by industrial development in the region. The claim also alleges the governments have breached their fiduciary duty in several ways, including failing to protect wildlife habitat and water quality and quantity. The claim does not specify damages in a dollar amount and was filed in the Court of Queen’s Bench in Edmonton.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20080515.RTICKER15A-4/TPStory/?query=ABORIGINAL

by NationTalk on May 16, 2008634 Views

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PM to officially apologize for native school abuse next month – CBC

PM to officially apologize for native school abuse next month

Prime Minister Stephen Harper will officially apologize on June 11 on behalf of the government for abuses suffered by former residents of native residential schools, Indian Affairs Minister Chuck Strahl said on Thursday.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2008/05/15/harper-apology.html

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U.S. polar bear decision condemned in North – CBC

U.S. polar bear decision condemned in North

Condemnation came swiftly from Canada’s North to Wednesday’s decision by the U.S. government to list polar bears as a threatened species, as Inuit groups and northern politicians denounced the bears’ new status.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2008/05/15/bear-reax.html

by NationTalk on May 15, 2008713 Views

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Inuit committee trying to stem flow of drugs, booze into Labrador communities – Times & Transcript

Inuit committee trying to stem flow of drugs, booze into Labrador communities

Published Wednesday May 14th, 2008

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – A committee appointed by the Nunatsiavut Assembly will hold a series of meetings in the coming weeks to try and control the flow of drugs and alcohol into Labrador Inuit communities.

http://www.canadaeast.com/rss/article/295946

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Bill aims to speed up native land claims – Hamilton Spec

Bill aims to speed up native land claims
Smaller cases would go to tribunal if they’re stalled after three years

May 14, 2008
Sue Bailey
The Canadian Press

A bill to ease tensions and speed up native land claims passed the House of Commons yesterday.

http://www.thespec.com/article/368645

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008653 Views

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Send Bernier to meeting of Arctic nations, experts urge – CBC

Send Bernier to meeting of Arctic nations, experts urge

Experts on Arctic issues are urging Canada to send Foreign Affairs Minister Maxime Bernier to a meeting of Arctic nations in Greenland later this month.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2008/05/14/arctic-meeting.html

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008519 Views

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MCI signs agreement with aboriginal development group – Cape Breton Post

MCI signs agreement with aboriginal development group

BY NANCY KING
The Cape Breton Post

SYDNEY — The Mi’kmaq College Institute at Cape Breton University has signed an agreement intended to help First Nations communities more effectively obtain, use, and share information to help them move to more sustainable economies.

http://www.capebretonpost.com/index.cfm?sid=134406&sc=152

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008652 Views

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Land claim bill passes (Pembroke Daily Observer)

Land claim bill passes

A bill to ease tensions and speed up native land claims passed the House of Commons on Tuesday as a national aboriginal day of action approaches May 29.

http://www.thedailyobserver.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1027190

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Roundtable talks on aboriginal consultation wrap up – StarPhoenix

Roundtable talks on aboriginal consultation wrap up

Darren Bernhardt, TheStarPhoenix.com
Published: Wednesday, May 14, 2008

The historic round-table conference with First Nations, Metis, government and resource industry representatives wrapped up Tuesday, but an air of skepticism lingered.

http://www.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/news/story.html?id=1ab34867-8ce3-46a7-9798-ca079aedbafe

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008534 Views

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Native artists to receive provincial award – Globe and Mail

IN BRIEF
Native artists to receive provincial award

The Canadian Press
May 14, 2008

Prince Rupert — Five native artists have been honoured by the province of British Columbia with the 2008 B.C. Creative Achievement Awards for Aboriginal Art.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20080514.BCBRIEFS14-1/TPStory/National

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Osoyoos band signs first official mining agreement – Globe and Mail

NATIVE ISSUES IMPACT AND BENEFITS AGREEMENT
Osoyoos band signs first official mining agreement

CATHRYN ATKINSON
Special to The Globe and Mail
May 14, 2008

The entrepreneurial Osoyoos Indian Band in the Okanagan has signed its first formal mining agreement supporting a new gold and copper venture.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20080514.BCMINING14/TPStory/National

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Expert raising awareness – Leader-Post

Expert raising awareness

Pamela Cowan, Leader-Post
Published: Wednesday, May 14, 2008

No matter the age or income, no one is exempt from suicide.

“Everybody is at risk at times for what some people call emotional heart attacks,” said Paul Carrick, a trauma and crisis counsellor with the Winnipeg-based Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute.

http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/city_province/story.html?id=bd1e228b-1fcf-4b78-a92f-ed7c8c4dd339

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008529 Views

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Hydro asks for more wind power – The Gazette

Hydro asks for more wind power

KEVIN DOUGHERTY, The Gazette

Hydro-Québec is asking municipalities and First Nations communities to submit bids to provide the utility with an additional 500 megawatts of wind energy.

http://www.canada.com/montrealgazette/news/story.html?id=db854e0c-dbd1-43d2-a2e5-2807d18e1253

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008575 Views

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Long Plain to vote on casino – Winnipeg Sun

Long Plain to vote on casino

Long Plain First Nation members will vote tomorrow in a referendum to determine whether they support establishing a casino on the band’s urban reserve adjacent to Portage la Prairie.

http://winnipegsun.com/News/Manitoba/2008/05/14/5558606-sun.html

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Eel Ground First Nation eyes future growth – NBBusiness

Eel Ground First Nation eyes future growth

Published Wednesday May 14th, 2008

EEL GROUND – Last April the Eel Ground First Nation, near Miramichi, put the wheels in motion for a five-year action plan to create economic development within the reserve. Just one year into the program, the community is starting to see positive results.

http://nbbusinessjournal.canadaeast.com/transcript/article/295662

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008472 Views

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Growing independence – Leader-Post

Growing independence

Kerry Benjoe, Leader-Post
Published: Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Students at the First Nations University (FNUniv) are sowing the seeds of change with its Shared Garden Project.

http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/story.html?id=0f1a8e95-9495-4455-9d80-a26c0519dd9e

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008514 Views

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Moccasin Flats: Redemption offers hope for harsh existence – StarPhoenix

Moccasin Flats: Redemption offers hope for harsh existence

Martha Worboy, Canwest News Series
Published: Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Moccasin Flats: Redemption, a made-for-TV movie reflecting the harsh realities faced by many aboriginal youths living in Regina, hits the small screen Sunday. Based on the Gemini-award winning TV series that ran for three seasons on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (2003-06), the movie depicts aboriginal teenagers living in Regina’s inner city as victims of gang activity, violence, prostitution rings and drug dependency.

http://www.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/news/arts/story.html?id=c9dcfa1d-4cfc-4645-9d26-ed7c00e89ccb

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008730 Views

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Development Freeze Cuts into Mudcat Donations; Six Nations Land Claims Impacting Town’s Favourite Festival – Dunnville Chronicle

Development freeze cuts into Mudcat donations; Six Nations land claims impacting town’s favourite festival

Posted By KAREN BEST

Carolyn Chymko made the rounds to several businesses on Tuesday morning in an attempt to solicit donations for the 34th Mudcat Festival.

http://www.dunnvillechronicle.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1027533&auth=KAREN+BEST

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008584 Views

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Sovereignty stands in way of tobacco deal – National Post

Sovereignty stands in way of tobacco deal

John Ivison, National Post
Published: Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Adam Smith, the father of modern economics, once noted that people of the same trade seldom meet but the conversation turns to how to raise prices. And so it proved this week at a public safety committee hearing into contraband tobacco, where the chief executives of Imperial Tobacco and Grand River Enterprises, a cigarette manufacturer based on the Six Nations reserve in Ontario, told MPs how their market share is being eroded by illegal tobacco —

http://www.nationalpost.com/news/canada/story.html?id=514643

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008602 Views

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First Nation’s land claim seeks $550B, entire City of Sudbury – Timmins Daily Press

First Nation’s land claim seeks $550B, entire City of Sudbury

A First Nation is seeking $550 billion in financial compensation for the loss of land and profits from natural resources in a land claim that includes this Northern Ontario city.

http://www.timminspress.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1026993

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008663 Views

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Communities paying price for ongoing mining activities – Northern Daily News

Communities paying price for ongoing mining activities

Posted By Laura Stradiotto

The country’s boreal forest and mining communities are on the brink of environmental devastation unless mining companies and senior levels of government act now, say two mining industry watchdogs. The mining companies’ acid generating qualities and smelter emissions have a profound effect on the delicate boreal forest, according to “The Boreal Below,” a report released today by Northwatch and MiningWatch Canada. The booming industry means more mineral exploration and mining, but that doesn’t necessarily mean better standards or more remediation, said Brennain Lloyd, co-ordinator of Northwatch.

http://www.northernnews.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1027469

by NationTalk on May 14, 2008709 Views

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Are these the missing pieces? – Northern Bus. News

Are these the missing pieces?

By NICK STEWART

The provincial government has issued its latest set of potential solutions for the economic recovery of northwestern Ontario in the form of a sprawling report, which ranges from forestry to governance.

http://www.northernontariobusiness.com/industry/government/05-08-puzzle.asp

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Four to face off in byelection: Three of the hopefuls are former … – Fort McMurray Today

Four to face off in byelection: Three of the hopefuls are former councillors

By ASHLEY CREWE
Today staff
Tuesday May 13, 2008

Four candidates submitted nomination papers for the upcoming byelection to replace former Ward 2 councillor John Chadi.

http://www.fortmcmurraytoday.com/Local%20News/400631.html

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Revenue sharing put on table – StarPhoenix

Revenue sharing put on table
First Nations, Metis leaders call for share of royalties from use of traditional lands

Murray Lyons, The StarPhoenix
Published: Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Premier Brad Wall appeared unfazed Monday that First Nations and Metis leaders talked about getting a share of provincial royalties taken from mineral developments on traditional lands.

http://www.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/news/third_page/story.html?id=0d5d064e-22fa-4d9a-8486-f207da043abb

by NationTalk on May 13, 2008642 Views

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Walkers stop in Sault en route to Toronto – Sault Star

Walkers stop in Sault en route to Toronto; Grassy Narrows natives protest clear-cutting on traditional lands

Posted By Corina Milic

It has been 12 days and 1,200 kilometres for 22 trekkers from Grassy Narrows First Nations, who stopped in the Sault Monday during a march from Kenora to Toronto to protest the industrialization of their land.

http://www.saultstar.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1025471

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Local Hockey Players Go for Gold; – Peterborough Examiner

Local hockey players go for gold; Girls from area First Nations part of top team at National Aboriginal Hockey Championships

Posted By MIKE DAVIES

Three local girls and a coach had plenty to celebrate at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships.

http://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1025270

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Canadians Need to Hear Stories of Residential Schools – The Times Colonist

Canadians need to hear stories of residential schools

Janet Bagnall, Times Colonist
Published: Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Robert Joseph was six years old when he was taken from his home more than 60 years ago and sent to a residential school in Alert Bay. After 10 years at the school, he told the Vancouver Sun, he “staggered out of St. Mike’s already a full-blown alcoholic.”

http://www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/news/comment/story.html?id=5a971f9d-0989-40c6-97a6-0f25145687d0

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1,070 Northern Ont. Residents Flying out of Attawapiskat on Flood Fears – CBC

1,070 northern Ont. residents flying out of Attawapiskat on flood fears

Last Updated: Tuesday, May 13, 2008 | 5:51 AM ET
The Canadian Press

Residents were still being flown out of the northern Ontario First Nation community of Attawapiskat on Tuesday because of the threat of flooding.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2008/05/13/native-evacuation.html

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Toronto hosts North America’s first sports film festival (The Globe and Mail)

Toronto hosts North America’s first sports film festival

JAMES CHRISTIE
Globe and Mail Update
May 13, 2008 at 12:13 AM EDT

A unique and ambitious and four-day film festival kicks off at three theatres in Toronto Wednesday, North America’s first sports film festival, with a series of subjects that use the backdrop of athletics to examine subjects as diverse as discrimination against Aboriginals in Canada, to blacks in hockey, to wild wrestling matches among Bolivian women.

http://www.globesports.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080513.wspt-films13/GSStory/GlobeSportsOther/?page=rss&id=RTGAM.20080513.wspt-films13

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Treatment centre planning begins – Star Phoenix

Treatment centre planning begins
Health Canada grants $120,000 to develop Yellow Quill proposal

Rod Nickel, The StarPhoenix
Published: Tuesday, May 13, 2008

A working group made up of three Saulteaux First Nations is set to begin planning a treatment centre for Yellow Quill, in response to the freezing deaths of two young girls.

http://www.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/news/story.html?id=070f47a9-7ea9-44b1-a2cc-b3677dd703ff

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More native residents evacuated amid flood threat – CTV.ca

More native residents evacuated amid flood threat

Updated Tue. May. 13 2008 7:52 AM ET
The Canadian Press

TORONTO — Residents are still being flown out of the northern Ontario First Nation community of Attawapiskat because of the threat of flooding.

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20080513/attawapiskat_residents_080513/20080513?hub=Canada

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Forget cultural politics – Calgary Herald

Forget cultural politics
Native children deserve better care and opportunities

Calgary Herald
Published: Monday, May 12, 2008

The federal Auditor General’s recent report to Parliament again identified the ongoing national scandal that is the care of Aboriginal children. Sheila Fraser noted that in five provinces covered by her audit, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) has limited assurances that child welfare services delivered on reserves by First Nations agencies comply with provincial legislation and standards.

http://www.canada.com/calgaryherald/news/theeditorialpage/story.html?id=063dfec5-f4ca-4154-84cb-e1091eb78226

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High-stakes battle over mining rights – Toronto Star

High-stakes battle over mining rights
Century-old law giving prospectors right to drill on private land unites natives and non-natives

May 12, 2008 04:30 AM
Peter Gorrie
Environment Reporter

OMPAH, Ont.–Frank Morrison knew immediately what the red metal tag meant. He didn’t understand why it was on his land.

http://www.thestar.com/News/Ontario/article/424393

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Province’s negotiators, HDI talk – Hamilton Spec

Province’s negotiators, HDI talk

May 12, 2008
Dana Brown
The Hamilton Spectator

Ontario officials have met with the Haudenosaunee Development Institute, despite the government’s repeated rejection of the authority of the native body.

http://www.thespec.com/article/367581

by NationTalk on May 13, 2008621 Views

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