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Fines assessed after Saskatchewan men admit to night hunting with spotlight – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 9, 2017 KAMSACK, Sask. _ A provincial court judge has ordered fines of $1,500 each for two Saskatchewan men who pleaded guilty to unlawful hunting and illegally using a spotlight to hunt at night. Kevin Badger and Mathew Dubois, both residents of the Cote First Nation in the Kamsack area, entered the […]

by ahnationtalk on March 9, 2017162 Views

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Why gender is such a critical part of the national MMIW inquiry – CBC

What does it mean to go missing? What does it mean to disappear? At the lowest estimates, the Native Women’s Association of Canada and the RCMP have documented between about 600 and 1200 cases of murdered and missing Indigenous women from the last 30 years. Although Indigenous women make up four per cent of Canada’s […]

by ahnationtalk on March 8, 2017116 Views

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Hysteria over M-103 exposes double standard between faith communities – Regina Leader-Post

March 7, 2017 We’re coming back from a rally at Regina City Hall where the alt-right group Canadian Coalition of Concerned Citizens was trying to save Saskatchewan from sharia-crazed Muslims and M-103. It was one of many such rallies held Saturday in cities across the country, including Saskatoon. As my sister-in-law Sabreena and I talked […]

by pmnationtalk on March 7, 2017137 Views

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Two people rescued by Mounties from fire on Saskatchewan First Nation – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 2, 2017  LOON LAKE, Canada _ A pair of RCMP officers pulled two people out of a burning house on the Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation this week. The officers from the Loon Lake detachment responded to a complaint of a potential assault early Wednesday evening, but when they arrived they found the […]

by ahnationtalk on March 3, 2017113 Views

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Caring Society Newsletter – Spring 2017 – FNCFCSC

January 26 marked the one year anniversary of the landmark Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruling which found the Government of Canada was racially discriminating against 163,000 First Nations children. The Tribunal ruling included orders requiring the federal government to provide immediate relief for First Nations child welfare and to fully implement Jordan’s Principle. In the […]

by ahnationtalk on March 2, 2017115 Views

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What Indigenous restorative justice processes look like in Sask. – Parkland Online

February 27, 2017 Last week, the defence in a violent Regina manslaughter case called for a non-jail sentence, arguing the accused should instead receive “intense counselling” on a First Nation. Dale Stonechild, 62, was convicted last year of manslaughter in the January 2013 death of Victor McNab. Defence urges non-jail sentence for man who killed Victor McNab, 84 ‘Violence here beyond […]

by pmnationtalk on February 27, 2017153 Views

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Ten years is long enough, says the CHRC. Time to fix the child welfare on reserves once and for all

February 23, 2017 – Ottawa, Ontario – Canadian Human Rights Commission The Chief Commissioner of Canadian Human Rights Commission, Marie-Claude Landry, issues the following statement: “Ten years ago today, a journey began to address an issue that had been ignored for far too long. The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada, along […]

by pmnationtalk on February 24, 2017136 Views

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Don’t surprise the victims’: Correctional Service Canada needs to improve communications, MADD says – StarPhoenix

February 24, 2017 Most victims of crime are hurled into Canada’s criminal justice system with little idea of how it works — and most learn very quickly that it’s not designed to accommodate them, according to Andrew Murie, head of Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada. Federal agencies like Correctional Service Canada (CSC) need to do […]

by ahnationtalk on February 24, 201773 Views

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AFN and Caring Society Mark 10th Anniversary of Human Rights Complaint on Discrimination Against First Nations Children

AFN and Caring Society Mark 10th Anniversary of Human Rights Complaint on Discrimination Against First Nations Children OTTAWA, Feb. 23, 2017  – Today, Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde and Cindy Blackstock, Executive Director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society (the Caring Society), marked the 10th anniversary of the […]

by pmnationtalk on February 23, 2017192 Views

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(hashtag)Waiting4UCanada: 10th anniversary of First Nations child welfare case

February 23, 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the filing of the case on First Nations child welfare. Ten years is a long time, especially in the life of a child. Thousands of First Nations children have grown up and continue to grow up with inequitable services and fewer opportunities to grow up safely at […]

by ahnationtalk on February 21, 2017127 Views

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