First Nations

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January 11, 2016 Hon. Jody Wilson-Raybould Minister of Justice Jody.Wilson-Raybould@parl.gc.ca Dear Ms. Wilson-Raybould, I strongly support the call for... more
Indigenous rights
Indigenous
Chaudière Falls
Windmill Development Group
First Nations
Algonquin First Nations
Algonquin land claims
Jody Wilson-Raybould
The South March Highlands (SMH) is a 10,000 year-old "wild island", currently 3x larger than Vancouver's Stanley Park, inside the City Limits of Ottawa.  It is... more
South March Highlands
sacred
urban forests
wetland
trees
natural environment
Environment
Trillium Woods
Monk Conservation Forest
Species
endangered species
Protect Endangered Species
City of Ottawa
Urban Forest Management Plan
City of Ottawa policy
Algonquin First Nations
First Nations
Algonquin Anishinaabe Grandfather William Commanda
Grandfather William Commanda
Ottawa
Pyramids
Stone Hedge
Kwey Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Re:  Reconciling the Nation-to-Nation Relationship Congratulations on winning the election and on becoming Canada’s 23rd... more
Nation-t0-Nation relationship
Algonquin First Nations
First Nations
Canadian Prime Minister
Justin Trudeau
Canada
cdnpoli
Algonquin Anishinaabeg
Wampum Belt diplomacy
1763 Royal Proclamation
Algonquin Anishinaabe-kwe
Indigenous Peoples
rights
respect
co-operation
partnership
1764 Niagara Treaty
Liberal Party of Canada
Kwey Dr. Bennett, Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs; Congratulations on your appointment as the Cabinet Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs. ... more
Algonquin First Nations
First Nations
First Nations treaties
land claims
Algonquin Anishinaabeg
Confederation
Ministry of Indigenous and Northern Affairs
Carolyn Bennett
Indigenous women
Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Metis
Inuit
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Algonquin land claims
1764 Treaty at Niagara
Justin Trudeau
Liberal Party of Canada
cdnpoli
Canada
Dear Dr. Bennett: I am honoured that you have agreed to serve Canadians as Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs. We have promised Canadians a government... more
Indigenous and Northern Affairs
Canadian government policy
Justin Trudeau
Carolyn Bennett
First Nations
indigenous communities
Transparency
Métis Nation
Inuit
Canada
We need a stock-taking. A “to-do” list. Some of what the Harper administration broke will be easy to fix; much will be very hard indeed. What we must do is... more
Elections 2015
Elizabeth May
Stephen Harper
Green Party of Canada
Conservative Party of Canada
Security Law
Bill C-51
CSIS
C-44
C-38
C-3
immigration
Canadian Citizenship
Refugees
Long form census
Rehire Munir Sheik
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
Environmental Law
Navigable Waters
climate change
COP21
ecoENERGY Retrofit
Service Canada
National Parks
Women
First Nations
CBC
Canada Post
Canada
I don’t mean to shock you, but First Nations people in Canada were only granted the right to vote in 1960. That’s still within living memory, and a constant... more
Elections 2015
First Nations
Women
Water
Idle No More
cdnpoli
elxn42
elxn2015
The tragic shooting of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo on October 22, 2014 at the War Memorial in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada followed by a shoot-out at the House of Commons,... more
Elections 2015
Terrorism
ISIS
police state
misinformation
Conservative Party of Canada
Bill C-13
Bill C-51
surveilance
First Nations
Terrorists
Terrorist attack in Ottawa
elxn42
elxn2015
(OTTAWA) - Finance Minister Joe Oliver’s first and last budget represents a hodge-podge of election promises, rather than a coherent, prudent plan for Canada’s... more
2015 Federal Budget
Conservative Party
Green Party
Elizabeth May
Stephen Harper
First Nations
Canada150
Oil sands
climate change
Parks Canada
Bill C-51
Bruce Hyer
cdnpoli
Canada
With the most recent municipal election in the bag, it’s time to look forward. First and foremost, congrats to the many Ottawa residents who threw their hats... more
2014 Ottawa Municipal Election
Ottawa City Council
Sustainability
LRT
trees
City of Ottawa
Environment
Economy
Municipal Infrastructure
Energy
Green energy
Ottawa
Aboriginal
First Nations
ecology
Ottawa River
youth
Art
Artists
urban development
Parks
Communities
Ottawa Public Library
Indigenous women in Canada experience rates of violence more than three times that of non-Indigenous women and young Indigenous women are five times more... more
Aboriginal Women
First Nations
Aboriginal Affairs & Northern Development
Carolyn Bennett
Liberal Party of Canada
Conservative Party of Canada
In support of its call for the elimination of all Native American mascots in North American sports, the National Congress of American Indians produced this... more
Racism in sports
Redskins mascot
Racism
Sports
Football
NFL
National Congress of American Indians
First Nations
Canada
United States
At this time I would like to convey my thoughts and concerns to the Leadership on how our grassroots members have continuously attempted to convey their... more
Attawapiskat
First Nations
First Nations treaties
Chief Theresa Spence
National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations
Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief
Ontario Regional Chief
Chiefs of Ontario
Canada
October 7, 1763, marked the signing of the British Royal Proclamation, an historic document that legally mandated Canada to recognize Indigenous land rights.... more
Idle No More
#Oct7Proclaim
Indigenous rights
First Nations
Canada

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