Ontario press release ...
May 23, 2008
The Northern Ontario School of Medicine is teaming up with the province and the Heart and Stroke Foundation to improve the health of Aboriginal people and rural residents.
The government and the Foundation will each invest $1.5 million to establish an endowed Chair in Aboriginal and Rural Health at the school.
The book review of Marie Wadden's "Where the Pavement Ends" follows this article and provides another context for the National Day of Action efforts on the part of First Nations and their organizations to help Canadians understand the importance of strategically investing in the children, their families and their communities.
GALEN EAGLE - May 24. 2008
Freddy Taylor barely looks up from painting when asked about the Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission and a forthcoming apology from Prime Minister Stephen Harper.