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  • Trudeau slights two national indigenous organizations from ministers meeting

    Trudeau slights two national indigenous organizations from ministers meeting0

    Several leaders, indigenous and Canadian spoke out today after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau left two indigenous organizations out of the First Ministers Meeting on Climate Change. In his promises to facilitating a nation to nation relationship with First Nations people – Trudeau promised to work with the five nationally recognized indigenous institutions. Invitations were extended

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  • AFN Chief calls for First Nations plan to address climate change

    AFN Chief calls for First Nations plan to address climate change0

    VANCOUVER – Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde and other First Nations leaders and representatives met today with First Ministers in Vancouver, BC and urged the federal and provincial governments to act immediately on a First Nations plan to address climate change. “We approach the problem of climate change with the best interest of all people in

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  • National Poll reveals 80% of Canada supports MMIW inquiry

    National Poll reveals 80% of Canada supports MMIW inquiry0

    angusreid.org – As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prepares to meet with indigenous leaders in Vancouver this week, a new survey by the Angus Reid Institute finds widespread support for the government’s promised national inquiry on missing and murdered indigenous women and girls, but skepticism about the eventual outcome of such an inquiry. Fewer than half of

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