A U.S. judge on Thursday backed a finding by government scientists that global warming is threatening the survival of the polar bear.
The link below is to download a m4v video of Chief Gray-Mckay sending a message to all the Mishkeegogamang Evacuees. It was taken on June 28.
I am an Information Officer for MNR Fire. I was fortunate enough to get some time to speak with the Chief, as you can imagine she has been very busy.
The video starts by showing a NAPS Officer ensuring that all the pets are being fed in the community, then goes to the Chief's address.
This video was shown to the evacuees in all the host locations on June 29.
216 Algoma Street South
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Phone: (807) 346-4204 Ext. 1709
Fax: (807) 346-4330
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Bell has also agreed to stop making the claims.
The penalty is the maximum amount allowed under the Competition Act.
Officials from Nunavut, Nunavit, the James Bay Cree as well as from Canada, Quebec and Ontario gathered in Quebec City (June 22, 2011) to discuss strategies to address climate change and the future of the polar bear in the southern Hudson Bay region.
Chief Matthew Kakekaspan of Fort Severn First Nation addressed Cree concerns with respect to the decisions of various governments to list the polar bear as an endangered species in spite of little scientific data that suggests the polar bear population is declining.
PRINCIPAL JOB OPPORTUNITY
DEER LAKE FIRST NATION
Joint INAC and AFN press release
Ottawa, Ontario (June 21, 2011) - The Honourable John Duncan, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, and Shawn Atleo, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, today officially launched an engagement process to explore solutions that will improve First Nation elementary and secondary education on reserve.