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Metis multibillion-dollar land claim heard at Supreme Court

Metis multibillion-dollar land claim heard at Supreme Court | Portuguese Cross | Scoop.it
The country's highest court will hear an appeal regarding a multibillion-dollar land claim by the Manitoba Metis Federation today.

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Chief Theresa Spence, Attawapiskat and International Indian Treaty Council File Urgent Action Request with U.N. Human Rights Body

Chief Theresa Spence, Attawapiskat and International Indian Treaty Council File Urgent Action Request with U.N. Human Rights Body | Portuguese Cross | Scoop.it
Attawapiskat First Nation Chief Theresa Spence and her band have appealed to the U.N. for help fighting Bills C-45 and C-38.

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Brad Fallis's curator insight, February 22, 2013 10:26 AM

Do you think UN involvement will push the government to make changes to bill C-45?

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RCMP questions claim of 600 missing aboriginal women - Canada - CBC News

RCMP questions claim of 600 missing aboriginal women - Canada - CBC News | Portuguese Cross | Scoop.it
The RCMP is questioning the oft-cited claim by an aboriginal group and some federal politicians that about 600 aboriginal women have gone missing or been murdered in Canada.

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COLUMN: Jessica Iron Joseph — Feb. 22, 2013 - Prince Albert Daily Herald

COLUMN: Jessica Iron Joseph — Feb. 22, 2013 - Prince Albert Daily Herald | Portuguese Cross | Scoop.it
COLUMN: Jessica Iron Joseph — Feb. 22, 2013 Prince Albert Daily Herald Later Harper changed his title to Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, and that move alone elicited suspicion from many First Nations, Métis and Inuit...
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