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President’s Corner

Dear Citizens, As we celebrate National Indigenous History Month, we have an opportunity for us to reflect on our rich heritage as Métis people and celebrate our resilience, unity, and journey towards self-government. Our story is deeply intertwined with the history of Alberta and the Métis Nation Homeland. Métis communities have played a pivotal role […]

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Federal Nature Strategy is unconstitutional: Minister Schulz

“The federal Liberal government will not decide what happens with Alberta’s land or resources. Any plan for our province must reflect the social, economic and environmental values of Albertans, not Ottawa; especially when Ottawa’s ultimate goal is to sterilize our land and resources, which hinders economic opportunity and resource development projects before they can even […]

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 202438 Views

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Rising violence, funding shortfalls: Indigenous police say Ottawa has left them teetering on the edge – Toronto Star

June 17, 2024 SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER, Ont.—It took Cody Johnson seven tries to be accepted into the Six Nations Police Service. Johnson always wanted to be a police officer growing up on the Six Nations of the Grand River reserve, located eight kilometres outside of Brantford, Ont. But it wasn’t until his brother died by […]

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Bruce County To Review Indigenous Reconciliation Initiative Update – Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre

June 17, 2024 Bruce County Council will be receiving an update this week on the Indigenous Reconciliation Planning Initiative. The update details the actions taken after the county started working through the initiative in January 2022. Some of the actions include the phased ongoing delivery of training courses and the development of a Reconciliation Action […]

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A year in review with Canada’s Indigenous Services minister – Canada’s National Observer

June 17, 2024 Over the past year, climate stories affecting Indigenous communities in Canada carried an almost apocalyptic horror. They ranged from historic wildfires that torched 18.5 million hectares across the country, to the frenzied evacuations sparked by those wildfires, to instances of environmental racism that retold Canada’s colonial story of poisoning First Nations — […]

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 202454 Views

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Prime Minister advances shared progress and prosperity at the G7 Summit

June 14, 2024 The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today concluded his second day at the G7 Leaders’ Summit in Apulia, Italy. The challenges the world is facing are interconnected, from climate change to food insecurity to gender inequality. No single country can address them alone – but Canada is not alone. Together with G7 partners, we […]

by ahnationtalk on June 14, 202425 Views

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Mi’kmaw Chiefs, Cabinet Meet in Millbrook

Jun 13, 2024 Premier Tim Houston, cabinet ministers and the Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Chiefs held their second joint meeting today, June 13, in Millbrook. “These meetings offer an opportunity to come together for open, honest and productive conversation on issues that matter to the Mi’kmaq and to Nova Scotia,” said Premier Houston. “We […]

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Conrad Black Derides Indigenous Canadians while at WAB Conference – CFNR Network

Jun 14, 2024 The Crew from CFNR went down to Banff last week to receive an award and got far more than expected. CFNR was awarded the “Digital Innovation Award” for the coverage of this year’s All Native Basketball Tournament, but instead found themselves sitting in a session with Conrad Black, who blasted First Nations […]

by ahnationtalk on June 14, 202468 Views

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Pickering Mayor insists he has “actively reached out” to local First Nation on development issues – Insauga.com

June 14, 2024 “We are in a housing crisis,” said Pickering Mayor Kevin Ashe in explaining his rationale behind asking the provincial Housing minister to expedite development in northeast Pickering. But the Mississaugas of Scugog Island (MSIFN) believe a request to remove a 50-year-old Minister’s Zoning Order to pry open lands near a long-proposed airport […]

by ahnationtalk on June 14, 202448 Views

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Membertou First Nation Chief Terry Paul re-elected – CTV News

June 14, 2024 Terry Paul has been re-elected as chief of Membertou First Nation in Cape Breton, continuing his four-decade run. Voting took place Thursday and the results were shared on the community’s Facebook page(opens in a new tab) Friday morning. The information you need to know, sent directly to you: Download the CTV News […]

by ahnationtalk on June 14, 202447 Views

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