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  • AFN Chief says AFN more united than ever

    AFN Chief says AFN more united than ever1

    OTTAWA — Amid rumblings by critics on social media of troubles within the ranks at the AFN — and issues raised claiming the orgs overreaching authority and misappropriating an eagle staff, National Chief Perry Bellegarde began his opening address at the Special Chiefs Assembly with a clear message: saying the AFN is more united than

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  • Trump’s monument order disrespects native people

    Trump’s monument order disrespects native people0

    SALT LAKE CITY — President Donald Trump’s rare move to shrink two large national monuments in Utah triggered another round of outrage among Native American leaders who vowed to unite and take the fight to court to preserve protections for lands they consider sacred. Environmental and conservation groups and a coalition of tribes joined the battle Monday

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  • AFN Youth Council says organization assuming authority “diminishes our treaty rights”

    AFN Youth Council says organization assuming authority “diminishes our treaty rights”1

    OTTAWA — AFN’s Youth Council issued a strong admonishment to the AFN’s special assembly Tuesday morning in Ottawa — stop assuming power over individual First Nations communities. The Youth Council’s co-chair, and Six Nations Elected Councillor  Mark Hill delivered the message with the presence of the youth council standing behind him in support. “The centralization

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  • New commitment for resolution in ‘60s scoop class action

    New commitment for resolution in ‘60s scoop class action0

    OTTAWA – The Sixties Scoop is a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history. Working together to resolve class actions and bring a meaningful resolution to its painful legacy is an important step in our journey of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs, together with Marcia Brown

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  • ‘Go back to the rez’ – car smashed in racism at South Dakota highschool

    ‘Go back to the rez’ – car smashed in racism at South Dakota highschool0

    STURGIS, S.D. _ A South Dakota high school has forfeited its homecoming football game against a school from a nearby American Indian reservation and has cancelled its homecoming dance and parade after photos posted on social media show students destroying a car with “Go back to the Rez” painted on the side. Sturgis Brown High

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  • New commitment for resolution in ‘60s scoop class action

    New commitment for resolution in ‘60s scoop class action0

    OTTAWA – The Sixties Scoop is a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history. Working together to resolve class actions and bring a meaningful resolution to its painful legacy is an important step in our journey of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs, together with Marcia Brown

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