Carolyn Abraham - Published Feb. 25, 2011
By Max Paris, Environment Unit, Feb 28, 2011
A new report says Canada's approach to drinking water management is fragmented and makes smaller communities vulnerable to future water-quality failures.
Both the Western Health Model and Traditional Spirituality Model are being used to treat Addictions at the various Treatment Centers and in our communities.
Biblical-based Addictions Counselling and Treatment programs are also being used in some communtiies.
If we are honest - we must admit the Success Rate is very low and therefore, we need another Approach to help our People who are addicted to Oxys.
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Prospectors Symposium Discusses Ontario’s New Mining Act
INAC press release
Ottawa, Ontario (February 15, 2011) — The Honourable John Duncan, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians, today announced that the Advocacy and Public Information Program (APIP) will allocate $4 million in 2011-2012. This brings the total amount of funds committed for APIP to $22 million over five years.
February 9, 2011 (Ottawa ON) – On January 29th, 2011 Aboriginal youth in Gull Bay happily accepted $18,000 worth of Junior Hockey Equipment generously donated by Nick Vescio of Big Hearts 4 Fresh Starts.
The donation was the result of a chance meeting between GEN7 Messenger Mike Auksi and Nick Vescio of Big Hearts 4 Fresh Starts.
Round 2 for S-11, An Act for Safe Drinking Water on First Nations Lands in Senate Committee
How Did Drinking Water Become so Controversial?
A Four Arrows Report on Parliamentary News with a special essay on “How Much Consultation Is Enough?” and Senator Brazeau speech "As a First Nations person ..." criticizing elected First Nation leaders.