Bill C-10 passes today

http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/03/12/contentious-tory-crime-bill-passes-as-countrys-biggest-provinces-voice-concerns-over-costs/ Seems that the Government is really trying to cut the “competition” out. Having this bill pass is taking the economy off the reservations. These tobacco manufacturers hire on rez people, who in turn buy from where they live. Well I guess if one was going to eliminate a people you start by taking away […]

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The RCMP attends the Nishnawbe Aski Nation Annual General Meeting

The RCMP attends the Nishnawbe Aski Nation Annual General Meeting opening ceremony at the Fort William First Nation (Thunder Bay) on August 5, 2014. In addition to building lasting relationships, the RCMP aims to raise awareness on the issues of missing and murdered Aboriginal women and family violence. http://www.rcmp.gc.ca/aboriginal-autochtone/prior-eng.htm?fb

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Aboriginal Day Rings in summer in Orangeville

http://www.orangeville.com/news-story/4592582-storify-aboriginal-day-rings-in-summer-in-orangeville/

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Global Native Crafts nomination for the 2014 Business Excellence Awards!

Congratulations again for your nomination for the 2014 Business Excellence Awards! The Business Excellence Awards recognize outstanding business achievement of successful businesses and people in the Greater Dufferin Area and the contributions they make to the growth and prosperity of our economy. Our response to the call for nominations was the largest to date with […]

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Historic Breaking News: Canada, Vatican & Crown GUILTY of Genocide

Everyone needs to be held responsible for their actions regardless of who they are or what position they hold.  There was a genocide right here in Canada and it continues up to today…..please think about what this means to the people who are affected Read more 

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Creator of ‘Thank an Indian’ shirts hits business snag

Things were looking up for Jeff Menard, creator of the “Got Land? Thank an Indian” clothing line. Now hard times are making the Winnipeg man take a hard look at his business plan. In January, demand for Menard’s shirts increased dramatically after Tennelle Starr, a Grade 8 student from Star Blanket First Nation in Saskatchewan, was told by school officials […]

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Aboriginal Day In Orangeville on June 21, 2014

For the first time in Orangeville the Aboriginal community will be in the limelight. Aboriginal Day in Orangeville is getting a great deal of public support through volunteers coming forward, businesses putting products on their shelves to raise money, and many other roles. Jeremy Williams one of the councilors in Orangeville has offered his personal […]

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Gil’s Aboriginal World Views Certificate

Gil’s Aboriginal Worldviews Certificate from University of Toronto

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Small community in the NWT takes big step in self governance

APTN National News One small First Nation community in the Northwest Territories took a big step towards self governance this week. http://aptn.ca/news/2013/12/20/small-community-nwt-takes-big-step-self-governance/

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Aboriginal students find success at Ottawa alternative school

  Coming from what she calls a “ceremony family”, 17-year-old Vanessa Snowboy says she didn’t have anyone to share her experiences with when she attended a mainstream Ottawa high school.   “My father does [traditional] ceremonies and when I talked to people about that, they would just give me weird looks. But since I came […]

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