HAYDEN KING - July 27, 2008
GARY MASON - July 29, 2008
WHITEHORSE — In this often forgotten part of Canada, there is a revolution under way. And with any luck, and with further progress, it may be a model for what native/non-native relations can be in this country.
By THE CANADIAN PRESS
GRASSY NARROWS, ON. — Maybe he just wanted to help, but two women on their way to pick blueberries in northern Ontario say all he did was scare the living daylights out of them.
Helen Pahpasay and her mother were driving to a spot about 25 kilometres north of Grassy Narrows last week when they spotted a tall, black creature roughly 15 metres ahead.
The AFN's emergency resolution unanimously passed by the Chiefs-in-Assembly in July directs the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to remove lawyer Owen Young from the commission due to his statement to the court in the KI-6 sentencing hearing. Mr. Young, acting on behalf of the Ontario government, asked the court to assign a large enough fine on the KI leadership "to make it hurt". (see CBC.ca story below)
“If the Beaver Lake Cree win clearly in this case, it could mean an end to development on their territory”
By Tom Sandborn From TheTyee.ca, July 28, 2008
Jack Woodward and the Beaver Lake Cree aim to change Canadian law — and their success likely would throw a huge wrench into Alberta’s tar-sands oil production.
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