Archive for April, 2012
Monday, April 30th, 2012
Some First Nation leaders are worried the proposed changes to the Environmental Review process mean big development projects will trump their concerns.
In Saskatchewan, it’s been noticed that more First Nation citizens are being affected by breathing problems rather than diabetes. A university research study has been launched to look into respiratory health.
An Inuit man is almost halfway to his goal of walking 10,000 km to raise awareness about health.
In northwestern Ontario, a community member speaks out on the recent mineral and mining lease buy out from the province in Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug traditional lands.
It’s blood, sweat and tears for Keystone XL Pipeline opponents south of the border.
Donny Parenteau – Backyard Swing
Jani Lauzon – Diamond in the rough
Fara Palmer – My brother
Friday, April 13th, 2012
The Aboriginal Front Door Society is one of 15 groups boycotting the second phase of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry.
A First Nation in northern Ontario wants its voice to be heard in the mining industry in their territory.
Former students of two Indian residential schools are encouraged to file applications for Common Experience Payments after an Appeals court ruling.
The only Aboriginal homeless shelter in Montreal is struggling to keep its doors open.
The new Child and Family Advocate certificate program is getting the thumbs up from the prior Child and Youth Services Ministry Aboriginal Affairs Advisor.
Brock Stonefish – Pounding of my soul
Eagle and Hawk – What if we could
Wanda Wilson – Fire
Monday, April 2nd, 2012
An academic is looking for participants for her study on the intergenerational impacts of Indian Residential schools.
An emissions company is urging First Nations and Metis groups in Alberta to submit their intention to apply for carbon credits.
The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations has joined forces with the province to close the gap in education and employment for First Nations in the province.
Inuit Tapirit Kanatami has joined the Just Move It Campaign to help their members achieve an active lifestyle.
Coty Forth, a First Nations film student talks about his film prize for winning TVO’s first short documentary film-making contest.
Bruthers of a Different Muther – Speakers of Tomorrow
Randy Wood – The ditching song
Asani – Rise up