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Peguis First Nation elects new chief, Cindy Spence – CBC

Mar 26, 2015 Manitoba’s Peguis First Nation has a new chief. Cindy Spence beat incumbent Glenn Hudson in a tight race that went late Wednesday. Also, three out of the four new councillors on the First Nation, located about 145 kilometres north of Winnipeg, are women. Peguis holds band and council elections every two years and Hudson, who was first elected in […]

by NationTalk on March 26, 2015195 Views

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Winnipeg police should have protected teen later found dead: AFN chief – CBC

Mar 25, 2015 Canada’s top aboriginal leader is accusing police of failing to protect a missing 15-year-old girl in the hours before she was last seen alive. Perry Bellegarde, national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, says police didn’t do their job when they came into contact with Tina Fontaine days before her body […]

by NationTalk on March 25, 2015148 Views

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Valcourt used unreleased RCMP data to claim Aboriginal men responsible for major… – APTN

March 25, 2015 Valcourt used unreleased RCMP data to claim Aboriginal men responsible for majority of murders of Aboriginal women: Chiefs Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt said during a private meeting in Calgary last Friday that unreleased RCMP data shows Indigenous men were responsible for 70 per cent of murdered Indigenous women cases, according to […]

by NationTalk on March 25, 2015168 Views

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Art with purpose – Winnipeg Free Press

March 25, 2015 When life gives you leather, make moccasins. Edna Nabess has always been resourceful. At age 11, while living in Cormorant, Man., located just north of The Pas, Nabess started her first business, filleting fish for tourists. Her hunting/fishing guide grandfather made her a box to stand on so she could access the […]

by NationTalk on March 25, 2015203 Views

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Winnipeg police officers won’t face charges in Tina Fontaine case – CBC

One officer suspended without pay, while other officer remains on administrative leave Mar 24, 2015 Family members of Tina Fontaine are reeling from news that two Winnipeg police officers who saw and spoke with the 15-year-old girl not long before she disappeared, but let her go, will not face charges. The Winnipeg Police Service launched an […]

by NationTalk on March 24, 2015141 Views

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Our children matter more than fixing potholes – The Carillon

March 24, 2015 Last week, Mayor Brian Bowman, as is his style, was all gung-ho about Winnipeg’s future when he gave his inaugural state of the city address in front of the troops he used to lead. The Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce. But Bowman isn’t chairman of the board for the voice of the business […]

by NationTalk on March 24, 2015136 Views

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Foster-bed registry urged for Manitoba – The Globe and Mail

Mar. 23, 2015 The revelation that Manitoba has seen a spike in the number of foster children being placed in hotels – even after the government promised last fall to reduce its reliance on them – is spurring calls for a centralized system that tracks available foster beds across the province. The Globe and Mail […]

by NationTalk on March 24, 2015172 Views

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Growing number of aboriginal women in Canada ask: ‘Am I next?’ – Toronto Star

Aboriginal women are five times more likely to be murdered than non-aboriginal ones, but Ottawa is still refusing a public inquiry on this tragedy. Following the first-ever national roundtable on missing and murdered indigenous women, it is with a heavy heart that I am writing about this ongoing tragedy — a national epidemic of violence […]

by NationTalk on March 20, 2015206 Views

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Perception photo exhibit takes on aboriginal stereotypes – CBC

Portrait series by K.C. Adams opens in Winnipeg Mar 19, 2015 A portrait exhibit by Winnipeg artist K.C. Adams is starting important conversations about racism in a city that was recently dubbed “Canada’s most racist city” by Maclean’s magazine. Perception aims to challenge the stereotypes and racial slurs indigenous Canadians encounter every day. The exhibit’s opening […]

by NationTalk on March 20, 2015203 Views

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Bloodvein man electrocuted on worksite – Winnipeg Free Press

Mar 20 3:04 Jets win first ‘playoff’ game If this is what Stanley Cup playoff hockey would look, sound and smell like, the Winnipeg Jets and their long-suffering faithful have one message/plea to the gods of hockey: Abso-bleeping-lutely, please. The Jets and St. Louis Blues served up a dandy Thursday …… Read More: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/Bloodvein-First-Nation-man-dies-at-work-site-after-electrocuting-himself-296906451.html

by NationTalk on March 20, 2015207 Views

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