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Saskatoon mayor Don Atchison announces marathon on Aboriginal Day – CBC

Mar 12, 2015 Mayor’s Marathon Day will raise money for charity and promote healthy living Saskatoon Mayor Don Atchison announced Thursday that he is organizing a marathon to raise money for charity on National Aboriginal Day. The Mayor’s Marathon Day on June 21 will be a run, walk, or wheel event between Whitecap Dakota First Nation and […]

by NationTalk on March 13, 2015323 Views

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Resource revenue sharing issue won’t go away – StarPhoenix

March 13, 2015 Prime Minister Stephen Harper met with then AFN leader Shawn Atleo in December 2013, and one of the outcomes of the meeting was the creation of a working group to examine resource development in Canada. The blue ribbon group that was assembled included First Nations leaders, and business leaders who included co-chairs […]

by NationTalk on March 13, 2015322 Views

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Conservatives’ lack of action on murdered, missing aboriginal women ‘truly disturbing’ … – Hill Times

Mar 11, 2015 Conservatives’ lack of action on murdered, missing aboriginal women ‘truly disturbing’: Sen. Lovelace Nicholas The federal government speaks about action, but its so-called plan is nothing more than a laundry list of existing piecemeal initiatives—many of them a mere continuation of inadequate efforts not even specific to aboriginal women, says Liberal Senator […]

by NationTalk on March 12, 2015567 Views

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Budget limits create logistical challenge for First Nations labour data – The Globe and Mail

Mar. 10 2015 The head of Statistics Canada says it would be costly and difficult to collect monthly labour statistics on First Nations reserves – but that it’s “entirely possible” to collect the data on an annual basis, provided there’s government will and enough funding. Canada does not collect monthly statistics on First Nations reserves […]

by NationTalk on March 11, 2015357 Views

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March 10, 2015 The federal Aboriginal Affairs department has used “misleading” and “false” statements to claim success in dealing with historical grievances known as specific claims, a new report has found. The report, In Bad Faith: Justice at Last and Canada’s Failure to Resolve Specific Land Claims, was released this week along with an open […]

by NationTalk on March 11, 2015323 Views

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Sparking a conversation – Prince Albert Herald

March 11, 2015 Local woman brings REDress project to Prince Albert A Prince Albert woman wants to start a conversation about missing and murdered aboriginal women — starting with an empty red dress. “The red dress is for the lost sisters of the missing and murdered aboriginal women of Canada and possibly everywhere else,” said […]

by NationTalk on March 11, 2015325 Views

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Empowering aboriginal entrepreneurs – StarPhoenix

March 11, 2015 A reignited program originating from Ideas Inc. is the aptly named Empower, which is exactly what it aims to do for aboriginal entrepreneurs. Empower is a program that allows First Nations and Metis’ individuals explore entrepreneurship as a means to create job opportunity for themselves and their communities. “We have completely reshaped […]

by NationTalk on March 11, 2015302 Views

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Tackling human rights abuses here and abroad – Leader-Post

March 9, 2015 From solitary confinement and the plight of missing and murdered aboriginal women in Canada to the country’s anti-terror bill and its role in preventing human rights abuses abroad, Alex Neve has a lot on his mind these days. As the secretary general of Amnesty International Canada, Neve has been criss-crossing the country […]

by NationTalk on March 10, 2015320 Views

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City to host 2016 World Indigenous Business Forum – StarPhoenix

March 6, 2015 More than 1,200 delegates from around the world are expected to attend the 2016 World Indigenous Business Forum (WIBF) that will be held in Saskatoon. The WIBF brings together indigenous business leaders from around the world to help foster relationships that will increase international trade and encourage aboriginal participation in business and […]

by NationTalk on March 9, 2015289 Views

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Warpath Tour brings message of Aboriginal pride to Saskatoon – News Talk 980

Mar 8, 2015 Aboriginal hip hop concert showcasing some of Saskatoon and Canada’s top artists When Jeremiah Manitopyes grabs his microphone on the stage in Saskatoon Wednesday, it won’t just be a showcase of skills; it will also be his homecoming. The Plains Cree-Saulteau hip hop artist,  known as Drezus, got his start on the streets […]

by NationTalk on March 9, 2015276 Views

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