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Business backs off as land rights proclaimed. Mar 1, 2000 1718
Forestry fiasco drags on while Crees go hungry (companies fighting requirement for environmental reviews). Mar 1, 2000 2004
Jim Thorpe remembered as one of a kind athlete. Mar 1, 2000 1528
Mi'kmaq people create 21st century opportunities. Mar 1, 2000 1675
Business backs off as land rights proclaimed. Mar 1, 2000 1718
Forestry fiasco drags on while Crees go hungry. Mar 1, 2000 2004
Jim Thorpe remembered as one of a kind athlete. Mar 1, 2000 1528
Mi'kmaq people create 21st century opportunites (in business). Mar 1, 2000 1675
Hawaii trip no "junket" bands insist. Feb 1, 2000 1345
Grassroots acceptance is key to safety: Meadow Lake shares knowledge. Feb 1, 2000 1732
Indigenous identity offers no protection in South America. Feb 1, 2000 933
Buying life insurance makes sense at any age. Feb 1, 2000 998
Educators remember Ed Burnstick. Obituary Feb 1, 2000 1076
AIDS research developed the First Nations way. Feb 1, 2000 865
Quebec court rules in favor of Crees. Jan 1, 2000 516
Fight is on to preserve Aboriginal languages. Jan 1, 2000 933
Plutonium proves a hot issue for border communities. Jan 1, 2000 1240
Labrador Innu move towards autonomy. Jan 1, 2000 838
First Nations unite on hazardous waste decision. Jan 1, 2000 1314
Northern job prospects great for an educated workforce. Jan 1, 2000 996
Historical treasures in good hands (Aboriginal Training Program in Museum Practices). Jan 1, 2000 849
Trade sector booming, looking for workers. Jan 1, 2000 886
Human Rights Act review underway. Dec 1, 1999 1122
Women chiefs focus of academic study (by Cora J. Voyageur). Dec 1, 1999 807
Report calls Labrador "Canada's Tibet". Dec 1, 1999 1718
Connection between health and culture examined. Dec 1, 1999 1007
CANDO gets the job done at awards ceremony. Dec 1, 1999 696
Alberta judge lays blames in teen suicide. Nov 1, 1999 1477
Fox (Frank Morin) encourages people to take a different path. Nov 1, 1999 1350
Jay Treaty border crossing rights implemented. Oct 1, 1999 816
Justice delayed justice denied, delegates told. Oct 1, 1999 754
Who really speaks for the Papaschase descendants? Oct 1, 1999 1466
Restructuring is underway: Treaty 6 (First Nations) chiefs tight lipped on restructuring. Oct 1, 1999 1137
Communities urged to be vigilant about tuberculosis. Oct 1, 1999 853
Plan targets Metis employment. Oct 1, 1999 887
Correctional service seeks Native applicants. Oct 1, 1999 893
(Corrections) supervisor (Ray Cardinal) demonstrates an enthusiastic attitude. Oct 1, 1999 1165
Strategy will ease pain of family reunification. Sep 1, 1999 1048
Dogrib First Nation marks milestone to self government (Dogrib Agreement). Sep 1, 1999 770
Dreams realized in 2000 (Canada Millennium Partnership Program). Sep 1, 1999 751
Artists awarded lucrative fellowships (Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art). Sep 1, 1999 959
Photographers interpret history. Sep 1, 1999 690
Aboriginal outreach undertaken (AIDS education). Sep 1, 1999 862
Travelling diabetes program popular in rural Alberta. Jul 1, 1999 864
Waskaganish Crees build for the millennium. Jul 1, 1999 1621
American college celebrates 20th anniversary: Sisseton Wahpeton Community College. Jul 1, 1999 1754
SIDS awareness campaign needed on reserves. Jun 1, 1999 761
Diabetic dilemma: traditional or Western medicine? Jun 1, 1999 1902
Native teddy bears travel to Hull. Jun 1, 1999 908
Increase your chances, be neat and clean. May 1, 1999 1306
Scientists find diabeted link in Oji-Cree. Apr 1, 1999 984
Grandmother believed in boy's artistic talent: Allen Sapp. Apr 1, 1999 1281
Clear goals and a loving family help youth succeed: Alika LaFontaine. Apr 1, 1999 951
Creating opportunities for others motivates businessman: David Tuccaro. Apr 1, 1999 937
Nursing aspirations put on hold for career in law: Rose Toodick Boyko. Apr 1, 1999 960
Sports helped keep man on track to successful career: Edward Cree. Apr 1, 1999 954
Brother encourage `A' student's curiosity about science: Lillian Eva Dyck. Apr 1, 1999 957
Metis activist just wanted a fairer deal for his people: Howard Adams. Apr 1, 1999 939
Hot lunch program one of many services to community: Theresa Stevenson. Apr 1, 1999 938
Making clothes for her sisters was beginning of great career: Dorothy Grant. Apr 1, 1999 931
Woman overcomes difficult childhood to help others: Dorothy Betz. Apr 1, 1999 973
Northern resident helps bridge the gap between cultures: Mitiarjuk Attasie Nappaaluk. Apr 1, 1999 911
Champion of Aboriginal health looks to traditional remedies: Malcolm King. Apr 1, 1999 954
Ambassador helped end last great smallpox epidemic: James Karl Bartleman. Apr 1, 1999 1022
Justice applied with respect to culture and traditions of Inuit: James Igloliorte. Apr 1, 1999 950

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