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Roundtable Conference on First Nations and Métis Consultation and Accommodation

Seeking Common Ground
MAY 12 – 13, 2008, SASKATOON INN

Conference Report

Message from the Minister of First Nations and Métis Relations

I am very pleased to provide you with the Report from Seeking Common Ground: Roundtable Conference on First Nations and Métis Consultation and Accommodation held May 12 and 13, 2008 in Saskatoon.

by NationTalk on October 6, 20081254 Views

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The Inquiry into Pediatric Forensic Pathology in Ontario

Commissioner Stephen T. Goudge released the Report of the Inquiry into Pediatric Forensic Pathology in Ontario on October 1, 2008. It was transmitted to Attorney General Chris Bentley shortly before the public release.

The Report (main website) (mirror website)

Printed copies and CD-Roms are available for purchase at Publications Ontario outlets after the date of release. Publications Ontario can be reached at 1-800-668-9938 or through their website.

by NationTalk on October 1, 20081211 Views

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Ontario’s Children in Care – Facts from Children’s Aid Societies


Child abuse remains a serious concern as many children and youth are at risk of abuse or are suffering from lack of proper care.

Children’s Aid Societies protect children from abuse and neglect, help parents and caregivers build healthy families and provide a safe, nurturing place for children and youth to grow up and realize their full potential. Children’s Aid Societies can only act to protect children from harm when a concerned citizen or professional calls to report their suspicions or a parent calls for assistance. More education is needed to remind the public that everyone has an ongoing responsibility to protect children by reporting suspected child abuse.

by NationTalk on October 1, 20081298 Views

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Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs 20th Annual Report 2008

A Message from AMC Grand

Tansi Elders, Leaders and all First Nation Citizens:

On behalf of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, I welcome you all to the Annual General Assembly as we celebrate 20 years of AMC.

by NationTalk on September 30, 20081608 Views

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BQCMB 26th Annual Report: 2007-2008

Beverly and Qamanirjuaq Caribou Management Board
Secretariat: P.O. Box 629
Stonewall MB R0C 2Z0

As requested by the provisions of the Beverly and Qamanirjuaq Barren Ground Caribou Management Agreement, I am pleased to submit our annual report for 2007-2008.

Another very busy year has come and gone for the Beverly and Qamanirjuaq Caribou Management Board (BQCMB). As a stakeholder of standing, the Board facilitated planning and staffing between different partners of major caribou management initiatives, including calving ground population surveys of both the Beverly and Qamanirjuaq herds. The BQCMB’s evolving role as a project initiator and fundraiser also helped to bring about the July 2007 satellite collaring of breeding cows on Beverly post-calving ground. Progress is slowly being made in piecing together incomplete data about the caribou – vital to effective management of the herds. Unfortunately, bad weather foiled the attempted population survey of the Beverly herd in 2007 and the census could not be completed. However, a decline in the Beverly population is suspected due to very low density rates of caribou observed during the survey attempt, a circumstance witnessed again by Northwest Territories (NWT) government staff while out in the field in June 2008. Population declines have already been documented in five other NWT caribou herds.

by NationTalk on September 29, 20081279 Views

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OAC Strategic Plan 2008-2013

Connectiona and Creativity
a vision for the arts and the people of Ontario


The Ontario Arts Council (OAC) is guided by the far-seeing mandate it was given in 1963 – to foster the creation and production of art for the benefit of all Ontarians. Although our priorities have evolved over the years, the OAC has always played a leading role in developing and sustaining Ontario’s arts sector and in initiating opportunities so all Ontarians have access to the arts.

by NationTalk on September 29, 20081307 Views

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Access to Justice for Individuals with FASD Research Project Report


Submitted to:
Yukon Department of Justice

Submitted by:
Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family



Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is an umbrella term that refers to a range of life-long physical, neuropsychological, cognitive, and behavioural impairments that result from prenatal exposure to alcohol. In recent years there has been growing recognition that individuals with FASD experience difficulties functioning in their communities, and more specifically, within the justice system. Few studies, however, have focused on issues related to access to justice, and whether the justice system is adequately meeting the needs of individuals with FASD.

by NationTalk on September 28, 20081306 Views

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Report on the Electrification of the Highway 37 Corridor

A discussion on the potential benefits of a new power transmission line to northwest British Columbia

September 2008

Executive Summary

The following report provides a high level overview on whether a transmission line along Highway 37 — referred to as the Northwest Transmission Line (NTL) — would be economically beneficial to British Columbia. The report represents both a brief inventory of potential projects and considerations, and a high-level assessment of expected costs and potential economic benefits of a potential new transmission line in the northwest.

by NationTalk on September 26, 20081853 Views

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A Roof Over Our Heads 2008: Affordable Housing and Homelessness Policy in Canada

(Warning: File is 5 MB)

The way in which policy-makers address affordable housing and homelessness has implications for all Canadians. With many federal housing programs set to expire in 2009, it is an appropriate time to carefully consider the future of housing policy. Moreover, numerous studies are showing that a lack of affordable housing is a major reason for increased homelessness. This report provides an overview of federal, provincial, territorial, and select municipal policies.

by NationTalk on September 23, 20081471 Views

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