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Bias and arrogance

Re: Apartheid by any other name, guest column by Michael Den Tandt, National Post, April 13.

Michael den Tandt writes a long column decrying the reserve system for Canada’s First Nations. 101 more words

Letters

Status is a form of control

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By CHRISTOPHER BREEN
Staff Writer

Status should not define us.

Canadians who identify as aboriginal may register for Indian status, under the Indian Act. 606 more words

Section

Hold the rations: The Canadian government vs. First Nations

I was wondering when the first media report speaking about the resource revenue received by First Nations in relation to the First Nations Transparency Act (FNTA) would come out. 1,148 more words

News

Sask. aboriginal MP sees bill to change Indian Act become law

OTTAWA – There are a couple of national discussions that few governments want to risk political capital to wade into – one is the Constitution, the other is the… 618 more words

Canada

Aboriginal MP Rob Clarke's bill on replacing the Indian Act becomes law

OTTAWA – There are a couple of national discussions that few governments want to risk political capital to wade into — one is the Constitution, the other is the Indian Act. 583 more words

Canada

Senator apologizes for 'white man' comment directed at Sask. MP

LA RONGE, Sask. – Senator Lillian Dyck is apologizing for suggesting an aboriginal Conservative MP from northern Saskatchewan was behaving like a “white man.” She made the comment during a debate in the Senate earlier this month. 109 more words

Politics

Nadia Myre and the Reconfiguration of the Discourses on First Nations

Multi-disciplinary artist and Algonquin member of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation Nadia Myre focuses on “the participant involvement as well as recurring themes of identity, language, longing and loss.” (1)  371 more words

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