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Are we on the road to reconciliation?

Posted on Jan 22, 2018 in Justice, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, News, Residential Schools, Politics | 0 comments

by Ennis Morris and ANNews staff writers (ANNews) – It might seem to be a disorganized mess but just because the road isn’t clear...

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Speaking out against a racist voice in Canada’s Senate

Posted on Jan 17, 2018 in John Copley, News, Politics | 0 comments

by John Copley (ANNews) – Indigenous Canadians have had a very tough road to hoe during the past couple of centuries and just when it...

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Alberta Gov’t schedules engagement sessions with Sixties Scoop Survivors and their families

Posted on Jan 5, 2018 in Justice, Child Services, News, Politics | 1 comment

(January 5, 2018) – The Government of Alberta wants to hear from survivors of the Sixties Scoop and their families to help inform a...

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AFN Bulletin: Report on the AFN Special Chiefs Assembly December 2017

Posted on Jan 3, 2018 in Health, Treaty Rights, Housing, Conferences, Justice, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Child Services, News, Politics | 0 comments

(December 2017) – Almost 1,500 Chiefs, Elders, youth and other delegates attended the AFN Special Chiefs Assembly (SCA) in Ottawa,...

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60s scoop victims have a new voice in Alberta

Posted on Dec 22, 2017 in Social Issues, Culture, John Copley, Justice, Child Services, News, Politics | 4 comments

By John Copley (ANNews) – Adam North Peigan is president of the 60s Scoop Indigenous Society of Alberta. Born in 1964, he was just an...

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Climate Change Symposium: Solutions will require human intervention

Posted on Dec 20, 2017 in Health, Resource Development, Treaty Rights, Social Issues, Culture, Conferences, John Copley, News, Politics | 0 comments

By John Copley (ANNews) – Last month, Treaty 8 First Nations of Alberta joined with Treaty 6 and 7 First Nations to hold a symposium...

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