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Assembly of First Nations to host national energy forum in February – Montreal Gazette

July 8, 2015 With Canada’s two largest pipeline projects facing resistance in aboriginal communities across the country, the Assembly of First Nations will host a national energy forum in February to meet with representatives of the oil industry. “Yes we want to have a dialogue, a dialogue about pipelines and mining, about alternative sources of […]

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Made-in-Nunavik animated video series aims to promote learning – Nunatsiaq News

July 08, 2015 10-episode series set to launch at the end of 2015 Sila has a hard time waking up in the morning. That means the Inuk teen has trouble making it to school on time. In fact, the 16-year-old struggles to understand why he should be in school at all. A lot of Inuit […]

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First Nations voters ‘need’ to be heard – The Chronicle Herald

July 7, 2015 MONTREAL — National Chief Perry Bellegarde is urging First Nations and other Canadians to push for reconciliation at the polls this fall. In the first keynote address to the Assembly of First Nations annual meeting, Bellegarde said First Nations voters need to make themselves heard on Oct. 19. The advocacy group has […]

by ahnationtalk on July 8, 2015246 Views

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First Nations can make a vote difference in 51 ridings, says AFN’s Bellegarde – Hill Times

July 7, 2015 It is now six months into my term as National Chief and the first time we are gathering since that election. I want to thank all of you once again for your support and the honour you have given me. We are at an historic time in our history. For decades our […]

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First Nations chief Bellegarde calls for reconciliation – Toronto Star

Jul 07 2015 Perry Bellegarde says First Nations voters need to make themselves heard in 2015 federal election. MONTREAL—Aboriginal leaders hope to harness a wave of First Nations outrage to push people to vote and sway the results of this fall’s federal election. Despite historically low rates of election participation, Assembly of First Nations National […]

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Assembly of First Nations chief calls for mass voter registration in hope of ousting Conservatives – Montreal Gazette

July 7, 2015 From the lectern at Place Bonaventure, Ghislain Picard gestured toward an empty seat in the front row of the conference centre Tuesday. The aboriginal leader had previously taken the time to thank federal and provincial leaders for attending the Assembly of First Nation’s annual general assembly. He carefully singled out the New […]

by ahnationtalk on July 8, 2015228 Views

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Federal Tories ‘abandoned responsibility’ for cut off reserve: Trudeau – APTN

July 7, 2015 Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau says the federal government has “abandoned its responsibility” to a First Nation cut off from the outside world and living under one of the longest boil-water advisories in Canada. Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, which straddles the Ontario-Manitoba boundary, was carved from the mainland to build an aqueduct […]

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Bellegarde urges government to re-engage on First Nation education discussions – 680 News

Jul 7, 2015 MONTREAL – National Chief Perry Bellegarde says he will not use his influential role as the head of the Assembly of First Nations to strike deals with the federal government without the full support of First Nations. It’s a promise that speaks to a long period of upheaval within the AFN, and […]

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Quebec First Nations take legal action against Belledune oil terminal – CBC

Jul 07, 2015 Ask New Brunswick court to quash construction permit issued to Chaleur Terminals Inc., cite failure to consult Mi’gmaq communities in the Gaspé region have take legal action against the New Brunswick government and Chaleur Terminals Inc., in a bid to halt construction of an oil terminal in Belledune, N.B. Listuguj Mi’gmaq First […]

by ahnationtalk on July 7, 2015286 Views

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Census reveals 3000 homeless live in Montreal – CTV News

July 7, 2015 The city of Montreal has released the results of its census of the homeless population, and it appears there are far fewer homeless people in the city than was once thought. The last time such an assessment was conducted in Montreal was in the 1990s, when it was concluded that about 30,000 […]

by ahnationtalk on July 7, 2015244 Views

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