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Leadership conference will be ‘out of this world’ – Lethbridge Herald

December 4, 2015. They’ve seen the Earth from space. And on Feb. 23, two legendary astronauts will make a special landing in Lethbridge for the 2016 Greatness in Leadership conference.…

New Inuit anti-violence campaign targets bystanders – Nunatsiaq News

July 20, 2015 “Many still think family violence is a private matter” So you come to work one Monday morning and your colleague, who sits next to you, has a…

Fort McMurray First Nation calls for long term cleanup of Nexen spill – The Globe and Mail

Jul. 19, 2015 The cleanup of a massive pipeline spill in northern Alberta must be conducted with the long-term future of the land in mind, says a local aboriginal group.…

Candidates announced for Mushkegowuk Council Grand Chief – Timmins Press

July 19, 2015 The Mushkegowuk Council released its official list of candidates for the offices of Grand Chief and Deputy Grand Chief on Saturday. Incumbent Grand Chief Lawrence Martin will…

Oka Crisis: 5 films that shed light on the events – CBC

Towards understanding a tumultuous time in Canada’s history, 25 years after 78 day stand off It’s been 25 years since what Canada calls the Oka Crisis erupted over the expansion…

New declaration binds Arctic coastal states to fishing ban – Nunatsiaq News

“Although this is a good start, we need a binding international agreement” Gone. Fishing. The five Arctic coastal states have agreed to an official ban on unregulated commercial fishing in…

Tsiigehtchic, N.W.T., residents argue chief vote broke rules – CBC

Winner Phillip Blake allegedly used unratified election code to sideline opponent People in Tsiigehtchic, N.W.T., are coming forward with concerns about the June election of the community’s chief. Anna Mae Macleod is a resident of Tsiigehtchic. “I…

La Ronge area residents breathing easier – StarPhoenix

JULY 20, 2015 Thousands of returning evacuees poured out of cars, trucks and buses over the weekend, but there’s still a lot of work to do in a region devastated…

Mikisew First Nation takes Wood Buffalo concerns to UNESCO – The Globe and Mail

Jun. 26, 2015 Fort Chipewyan’s Mikisew Cree First Nation is appealing to the United Nations to help protect Wood Buffalo National Park from the impact of oil sands development and…

Jordan Bateman: Aboriginals deserve good financial governance – National Post

June 27, 2015 In the ongoing effort to bring transparency and accountability to Canada’s hundreds of aboriginal governments, the name Wayne Louie should be remembered. Wayne is a member of…

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