To All People Around the World
Eli Pivnick, the Sachigo Lake KIHS teacher reports ...
Graeme Everton delivered a presentation on Maori claims for spectrum as a treaty right. The video-conferenced and on-line presentation took place out of the First Nation Technology Council office in Vancouver on March 30.
Three reference documents to this struggle to access and protect their resource detail the story from New Zealand.
The Assembly of First Nations issues regular updates on the National Chief’s activities and work underway at the national office. More information can be found on the AFN’s website at www.afn.ca
Peter Edwards, Staff Reporter - Mar 24 2011
Charlie Hunter, 13, drowned in 1974 while attending residential school in Ft. Albany and he was buried in Moosonee, without family approval. Star readers have donated enough money to have his remains moved home.
Charlie Hunter is finally going home.
TORONTO, March 23 /CNW/ - Noront Resources Ltd. ("Noront" or the "Company") (TSX Venture: NOT) is pleased to announce that pursuant to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, it has filed its Project Description for the Company's Eagle's Nest deposit, in the James Bay Lowlands, Ontario, with the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the Province of Ontario's Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, and Forestry.
From the ad in March 23 edition in Sioux Bulletin