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Fraudulent claims of Indigenous identity are risking community for the rest of us – The Hill Times

March 20, 2023 As Indigenous communities and leaders out the frauds, may we also bring grace to those who are First Nations, Inuit, and Métis, and need belonging and safety. They are our kids, our aunties, our uncles, our messy extended family. OTTAWA—Picture Canada in 1958: the time of the baby boom, the Dodge Regent, […]

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5 things to know for Monday, March 20, 2023 – CTV News

A woman is suing Tim Hortons after suffering major burns from allegedly “superheated” tea, the body of one victim has been found while six remain missing at the site of a fire in Old Montreal, and Pierre Poilievre calls for national standardized tests to licence doctors trained outside Canada. Here’s what you need to know […]

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Statement from Premier Pillai on Kwanlin Dün First Nation election

Mar 17, 2023 Premier Ranj Pillai has issued the following statement: “On behalf of the Government of Yukon, I would like to congratulate Sean Smith (Uyenets’echįa) on his recent election as Chief for the Kwanlin Dün First Nation. “I would also like to extend my congratulations to the new Councillors Charlene Charlie, Charles Chief, Linda […]

by ahnationtalk on March 17, 202358 Views

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Port Colborne not looking to dump oath to King Charles, but may add Indigenous aspects – St. Catharines Standard

March 17, 2023 The transition from Queen Elizabeth II to King Charles III has led many municipalities to re-examine their relationship with the monarch, but so far, Port Colborne has not jumped on the bandwagon to dump the Oath of Allegiance to the king. Initially sparked by a request from the tiny town of Prescott […]

by ahnationtalk on March 17, 202366 Views

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Métis, First Nation groups oppose Sask. First Act as it passes third reading – paNOW

Mar 17, 2023 The galleries at the Saskatchewan Legislature were full of people on their feet Thursday morning, standing to support the Official Opposition as it voted ‘no’ on Bill 88’s third reading. The bill, also known as the Saskatchewan First Act, passed with support from the government side of the assembly and will become […]

by ahnationtalk on March 17, 202356 Views

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BCAAFC welcomes apology of Vancouver’s Hyatt Regency hotel – CTV News

March 17, 2023 A Vancouver hotel has apologized to the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres after staff at the Hyatt Regency blocked an Indigenous guest’s access to a bathroom, causing him to lose control of his bladder in public. On Thursday, the BCAAFC welcomed the apology from Patrick Gosselin, the hotel’s general manager, which […]

by ahnationtalk on March 17, 202350 Views

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Opinion: To develop Ontario’s Ring of Fire, we must develop trust with First Nations – The Globe and Mail

March 17, 2023 Virginia Heffernan is a mining writer and the author of Ring of Fire: High-Stakes Mining in a Lowlands Wilderness. One of the barriers to development in the Ring of Fire, a mineral-rich area in Ontario’s far north, is lack of trust. The Ring of Fire metal deposits lie within Treaty Nine lands. […]

by ahnationtalk on March 17, 202363 Views

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Membertou Newsletter March 17, 2023 – Membertou FN

March is Women’s History Month On March 8th, International Womens Day, we honoured the achievements of three incredible women from our community. Leurette LaBobe, Melissa MacDonald, and Jessica Christmas were celebrated for their inspiration, hard work, and dedication o their education, life-changing hobbies, and their impact on our community. To learn more about these women, […]

by ahnationtalk on March 17, 202343 Views

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FSIN Reaffirms Opposition to the Saskatchewan First Act and Seeks Inclusion in Resource Revenue sharing from Natural Resources

March 16, 2023 Treaty 6 Territory, Saskatoon SK – The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) reaffirms its opposition to the Saskatchewan First Act and is calling on the province of Saskatchewan to recognize First Nations Inherent and Treaty rights to natural resources. FSIN, under the direction of Chiefs within the province, reaffirmed their commitment […]

by ahnationtalk on March 17, 202345 Views

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Statement for Vice President Michelle LeClair on the Passage of the Saskatchewan First Act:

“Today, the Saskatchewan government chose to ignore the voice of the Métis Nation and our citizens by passing the short-sighted, dismissive Saskatchewan First Act. To say that we are profoundly disappointed by the passage of this bill would be an understatement. The Métis Nation–Saskatchewan has been very direct and vocal in our opposition to the […]

by ahnationtalk on March 17, 202336 Views

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