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Open Letter To Aroland First Nation 242 – Noront Resources Failure To Collaborate With Aroland Businesses

Open Letter To Aroland First Nation 242 July 11, 2019 – Noront Resources Ltd Failure To Collaborate With Aroland Businesses. The ME Brand Mr. Eric J. Magiskan #3 – Highway

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Indigenous Growth Fund

The National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association (NACCA) welcomes an announcement from the Government of Canada supporting social finance initiatives for Indigenous entrepreneurs. NACCA is one of only four Readiness Support

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Eric J. Magiskan – Criminal Matters – A Me Brand Press Release June 10, 2019

June 10, 2019 Re – Eric J Magiskan – Criminal Matters – A Me Brand Press Release June 10, 2019 I would like to thank my creator, the justice system,

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Aroland First Nation 242 – Villeneuve Construction – Water & Water Infrastructure

Open Letter To Aroland First Nation 242 Chief And Council June 3, 2019 Chief & Council Aroland First Nation 242 Highway 643 Aroland First Nation, Ontario P0T-2H0 Re – Aroland

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Aroland First Nation’s Elected Chief & Council Can No Longer Protect Drug Dealers

Aroland First Nation’s Elected Chief & Council Can No Longer Protect Drug Dealers, Drunks, Speed Addicts, Crack & Coke Addicts Or Pill Addicts In Aroland First Nation Regardless If Their

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Canada And Elsipogtog First Nation Advance Reconciliation

Canada And Elsipogtog First Nation Advance Reconciliation – The Government of Canada and Elsipogtog First Nation are working together to advance reconciliation and renew their relationship based on recognition of

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Colonial Model of Policing’ Fails Many Indigenous Communities

Many Indigenous communities lack policing services that meet their safety and security needs despite long-standing efforts to remedy the shortcomings, a federally commissioned report says. Instead, they’re stuck with a

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Premier Warns Treaty 9 First Nations About Delays In Ring of Fire Talks

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne signalled this week to First Nations in the province’s north that she’s willing to abandon joint talks with them over building roads into the Ring of

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Employers and Consultants Want To Hire Aboriginal, Indigenous, First Nation and Newcomers To Canada?

Employers, Recruiters and Consultants Want To Hire Aboriginal, Indigenous, First Nation and Newcomers To Canada? ​​Employers, Recruiters and Immigration Consultants if you haven’t visited our secure site since our launch

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Racial Profiling In Ontario

TORONTO – Racial profiling is a harmful form of discrimination that can be profoundly damaging to its victims and their communities, and undermines trust in public institutions, a new human

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Open Letter To Potential Ring of Fire Investors At China Railway First Survey and Design Institute Group

Open Letter To Potential Ring of Fire Investors At China Railway First Survey and Design Institute Group Eric Magiskan Waabishkaawewe PO Box 68 ​#3 – Highway 643​ Aroland First Nation,

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Ontario Continues To Fail First Nations Children In Care

Two weeks ago, it was reported in the media that a youth from a Northern First Nation community died in a fire at an Ottawa group home. In February, another

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Path Set To Self-government For Whitecap Dakota First Nation

The Government of Canada and the Whitecap Dakota First Nation achieved a major milestone in their journey toward reconciliation and

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First Nations National Chief on Canada’s Formal Removal of All Objections to UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde is at the 16th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum

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Marten Falls Propose Equal Ring of Fire Partnership

TORONTO – The Marten Falls First Nation has undertaken with KWG Resources Inc. to work towards establishing the principal terms

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The Plight of First Nations Police Services

The Plight of First Nations’ Police Services Just this past week, a coroner’s inquest was held into the February 2013

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First Nation Member Suing To Know Salaries And Financial Records

An Onion Lake Cree Nation, Sask., member has launched a court application against her band leadership under the First Nations

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Jobs For Indigenous, First Nations, Newcomers, Inuit, Métis, Students, Aboriginal Canadians, Youth, Persons With Disabilities, Immigrants and Veterans

Jobs For Indigenous, First Nations, Newcomers, Inuit, Métis, Students, Aboriginal Canadians, Youth, Persons With Disabilities, Immigrants and Veterans Retail Store

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​Advertise Jobs To Indigenous, First Nations, Newcomers, Inuit, Métis, Students, Aboriginal Canadians, Youth, Persons With Disabilities, Immigrants and Veterans

​Advertise your jobs or business directly to Indigenous, First Nations, Newcomers, Inuit, Métis, Students, Aboriginal Canadians, Youth, Persons With Disabilities,

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Indigenous BC Band Working To Ensure Their Members Are Job Ready

Through a variety of job-related training and courses, the Moricetown Band is working to ensure community members are job-ready and

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First Nations Launch Job Skills Training Project

First Nations launch job-skills training project – The Skin Tyee First Nation and Nee Tahi Buhn Band have launched a

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Police Had No Choice But To Shoot Indigenous Man

A Winnipeg police officer had no choice but to shoot an indigenous man whose death is now the subject of

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Natives Standing Up To Wasteful Spending Of Band Chiefs

Justin Trudeau promised to repeal the First Nations Transparency Act. That Act has has now been repealed, and we can

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Building Healthier Future For First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples

Building a healthier future for First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples – Speaking today at the National Forum on the

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Successful First Nations Support Economic Development And Are Fiscally Responsible

Successful First Nations Support Economic Development And Are Fiscally Responsible – First Nations with the highest living standards capitalize on,

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First Nations and Tribes Calling On Trudeau

TURTLE ISLAND,- An International Treaty Alliance of 85 First Nations and Tribes is calling on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

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Government Should Grant Property Rights On First Nations Reserves

Government Should Grant Property Rights On First Nations Reserves – In its recent federal budget, the Liberal government committed $227

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Burrowing Owls Will Be Released On First Nations Land In British Columbia

MERRITT, B.C. — Burrowing owls will be released on First Nations land for the first time in British Columbia with

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First Nation Equipped With Tools And Authority To Take Control Of Future

April 5, 2016 at 12:01 a.m., the Tla’amin Final Agreement came into effect, ushering in a new era for the

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New $1.8-million Trades Training Building Opens In Merritt BC

Premier Christy Clark welcomed a new generation of Nicola Valley trades students with the official opening of the new $1.8-million trades training building at the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology

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