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Eskasoni powwow to be “epic” – Cape Breton Post

July 01, 2015 ESKASONI – First Nations culture will be celebrated with feasts, song and dance when Atlantic Canada’s biggest powwow kicks off this weekend. The 24th annual Eskasoni International Competition Powwow is the first of six such events that will be held across Nova Scotia this summer. And, with participants coming from as far […]

by ahnationtalk on July 2, 2015402 Views

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What’s the future hold for Shannon Park? – The Coast Halifax

July 02, 2015 Community comes together for Dartmouth “ideas fair.” Shannon Park in Dartmouth is a waterfront ghost town that could one day rise again as a sort of fanciful, mixed-use redevelopment. Just what this modern layout should look like was the subject of a public forum last week in Dartmouth hosted by the Canada […]

by ahnationtalk on July 2, 2015246 Views

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Cheers & Jeers – The Guardian

June 29, 2015 Cheers to former Summerside Mayor Basil Stewart for his appointment to the National Capital Commission which looks after key national properties in Ottawa. It wasn’t the federal appointment he might have preferred – Prime Minister Stephen Harper hasn’t filled any Senate seats for several years and P.E.I. has an opening – but […]

by ahnationtalk on June 29, 2015301 Views

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Aboriginal kids in care: 4 approaches to improve Canada’s track record – CBC

Jun 27, 2015 A look at what programs are working in a system that isn’t The consensus among experts in social services is this: Canada’s current child-in-care system is deeply flawed. There were nearly 30,000 children in care across the country in 2011, according to Statistics Canada, and nearly 50 per cent of those were […]

by ahnationtalk on June 29, 2015233 Views

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National Affairs: Failure of the Meech Lake accord lingers on – Journal Pioneer

June 25, 2015 There were federalist tears all around when the Meech Lake constitutional accord went down 25 years ago this week, but for contrary reasons. Its proponents mourned an ominous loss for Canadian unity while its opponents cried in joy over a big win for the future of the federation. A quarter of a […]

by ahnationtalk on June 25, 2015258 Views

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Assessors agree NS home worth only $1 after owner finds aboriginal axe on property – National Post

June 25, 2015 Normally, a brand-new seaside home on the outskirts of Antigonish, N.S. could easily fetch as much as $400,000. But after homeowner Mike MacDonald stumbled upon a Mi’kmaq axe on the two-acre property, he was quickly able to convince the Province of Nova Scotia that his new home was now effectively worthless. “Such […]

by ahnationtalk on June 25, 2015226 Views

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Aboriginal women still overrepresented among Canada’s missing and murdered women – CBC

Jun 20, 2015 32 aboriginal women have been slain and 11 more have disappeared since 2013, RCMP says Aboriginal women continue to be overrepresented among Canada’s missing and murdered women, says the RCMP in a new report to update Canadians on the force’s efforts to address unresolved cases of missing and murdered native women. Between May 2014 when last year’s report was […]

by ahnationtalk on June 23, 2015220 Views

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Mi’kmaq educator celebrates National Aboriginal Day – The Chronicle Herald

June 17, 2015 Eskasoni’s Bernard says she’s seen progress in struggle for identity Eleanor Bernard is used to being underestimated. But the mother of five has always been determined to pursue a life of education. The Eskasoni native was prepared for the adversity and she confronted it. “So many professors at every university I attended […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 2015254 Views

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First Nations group focuses on job demand – The Chronicle Herald

June 17, 2015 With Canada’s baby boomers getting set to retire and the growth of a number of industries requiring skilled workers, a major shift in the labour force is on the horizon. One group is trying to make sure Canada’s aboriginal communities are at the forefront. According to the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 2015259 Views

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Nanaimo must move forward with reconciliation – Nanaimo News Bulletin

Jun 16, 2015 June 21 may have had negativity directed toward it due to Premier Christy Clark and the recent yogagate incident, but its importance can’t be understated. Besides being the date of the now-cancelled yoga bridge event in Vancouver, June 21 is National Aboriginal Day. The day honours First Nations’ achievement and culture and […]

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 2015219 Views

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