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Northern First Nations student deaths in Thunder Bay inquiry faces further delay

from CBC.ca

First Nations student deaths inquiry faces further delay

Joint inquest into seven deaths in Thunder Bay was supposed to start in 2011

By Jody Porter, CBC News Posted: Jul 15, 2014

New Book - Full Circle: The Aboriginal Healing Foundation & The Unfinished Work of Hope, Healing & Reconciliation

From Phil Fontaine's Preface of Wayne Spear's new book ...

Land ruling's message to First Nations: You have no place in Confederation

from theGlobeandMail.com

Hayden King (Ryerson University)

HAYDEN KING

Aboriginal business students eligible for $3,000 awards

From WawatayNews.ca

Aboriginal business students eligible for $3,000 awards

July 10, 2014 - Rick Garrick - Wawatay News

Aboriginal business students across Canada are now eligible for 188 $3,000 HSBC Indigenous Business Award scholarships over three years thanks to Indspire and HSBC Bank Canada.

Supreme Court rules against Grassy Narrows First Nation in first phase of logging dispute with the province

From TBay ChronicleJournal.com

One more Grassy court decision still to come

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Canada's new settler solidarity movement working with to educate Canadians about First Nations

From TheTyee.ca

'We Need to Do Something': Canada's New Settler Solidarity Movement

How non-native groups are building support for aboriginals.

By Meg Mittelstedt, Today, TheTyee.ca

'A different conversation about racism': Among participants at June's Thunder Bay #SettlersinSolidarity teach-in (from left): Adam Barker, Tricia McGuire Adams, Ryan Adams, Damien Lee and Jana-Rae Yerxa. Photo by Willow Blasizzo.

Assembly of First Nations annual gathering including National Education planning meeting

COO Press Release

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF STAN BEARDY CALLS NATIONAL EDUCATION MEETING VITAL FOR THE SUCCESS AND FUTURE OF FIRST NATION COMMUNITIES

Violence against women being challenged by First Nation after another brutal attack

From TheStarPhoenix.com

First Nation shines spotlight on violence against women

 BY JONATHAN CHARLTON, THE STARPHOENIX JULY 9, 2014