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All-Call for Entries Into Asinabka Film and Media Arts Festival
Media submissions are being sought for inclusion in a new showcase, the Asinabka Film & Media Arts Festival, which will occur June 19–24 in Ottawa...
Mining Industry Sees Need to Consult Aboriginals
The global mining industry descended upon Toronto from March 4–7 for the annual meeting of the Prospect & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC), amping up efforts to woo abor...
U.N. Takes Canada to Task Over Attawapiskat
As homes started wending their way toward Attawapiskat, some from as far away as New Brunswick, the United Nations special rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples took Canad...
El-Qaddafi Son’s Alleged Canadian Smuggler Had Attawapiskat on Her Resume
The Canadian woman who was allegedly behind a plot to smuggle the son of Muammar el-Qaddafi, the deceased Libyan dictator, into Mexico is a consultant for a business with First Nat...
Attawapiskat Gimme Shelter Plea Falls on Deaf Government Ears
They live in tents, dilapidated huts and a trailer or two, several generations under one tiny roof...
Matawa Chiefs' Ring of Fire Pullout Puts Mining Project in Peril
The stakes are high in Ottawa this week as the Chiefs of the Matawa First Nations lobby for the Canadian government to change their environmental assessment plans for a massive chr...
Ontario Chiefs Both Chafed and Chuffed at Appointment of Part-time Provincial Aboriginal Affairs Minister
Ontario chiefs are pleased enough with the appointment of Kathleen Wynne as minister of aboriginal affairs...
Few Surprises in Provincial Elections
The several provincial and territorial elections held earlier this month did little to alter the political landscape, especially when it came to aboriginal issues...
Ontario Aboriginals Welcome Liberal Win
Ontario’s aboriginals are welcoming the Liberal Party’s win in the October 6 provincial elections while emphasizing that more attention must be paid to their concerns for the sake ...
Hiawatha Emergency Health Services Hit 10-Year Milestone
It began with six people operating out of an obscure corner of a municipal public works building and today comprises a 12-member team that has saved lives by reducing emergency-res...
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