Both of these papers are the first papers from larger research projects and there will be further papers coming next year from these projects. These papers will be presented at the upcoming Canadian Society of Telehealth conference in Vancouver (October 3 to the 6).
The references are:
***Please send all the support you can to these grassroots leaders in their journey to Ottawa to raise profile of Indigenous Rights, awareness out the treaties and Mother Earth, they are almost in Sault Ste.Marie and need funds for food and gas. They can be contacted at the contact information below!***
For the Land and Peace,
By: Colleen Simard - 20/09/2009
In The Mishomis Book: The Voice of the Ojibway, Anishinaabe elder Edward Benton-Banai writes about the Seven Fires prophecy of his people. It's a story that predates Canada's existence.
Each prophecy -- called a fire -- is a prediction for the future.
Keewaytinook Okimakanak partner communities are hosting a series of Lands and Resources Video Conference Events. Dr. Scott Hamilton will kick things off by sharing some experiences and tips for communities to explore and record traditional and burial sites. If you're discovering your community's past or would like to find out where to start, join us for this free event.
Ottawa- The public is invited to view a live web-cast of a presentation by Justice Murray Sinclair, Chairperson of the Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
The BC First Nations Summit Chiefs in Assembly established the First Nations Technology Council to develop a First Nations Technology plan for First Nations in British Columbia.
September 19, 2009
Two federal cabinet ministers and the newly elected national chief of the Assembly of First Nations signed a communications protocol Saturday, promising to work closely with aboriginal leaders to control the spread of the H1N1 flu virus.
September 18, 2009 - Canadian Press Julian Beltrame
OTTAWA - Most telephone customers in Canada can expect a rebate on the phone bill after the country's top court ruled companies must refund surplus funds from a high-speed Internet expansion account.