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Articles from Wind Speaker (December 1, 1996)

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Title Author Type Words
(Aboriginal Veterans) Monument will honor contribution of Native vets. Marty Logan 883
(Ovide) Mercredi attempts to mend rift (National Aboriginal Veterans Association). Marty Logan 485
Alberta chiefs sign accords. R. John Hayes 544
Blood (Indian) barley farmer challenges (Canadian Wheat) board. Barb Grinder 573
Blood Tribe college celebrates 10th year (Red Crow Community College). Barb Grinder 380
Blood Tribe to sign contract with Japanese (Transfeeder Corp). Barb Grinder 427
Canadian National Finals Rodeo dusts up Saskplace. Kenneth Williams 435
Career takes a step forward with release. Brian Wright-McLeod 607
Champ's warning hits home. R. John Hayes 800
Co-operation motivates teachers (Red Crow Community College). Barb Grinder 538
Conference focuses on power of Indigenous economy (Council for the Advancement of Native Development). Kenneth Williams 583
Date set for sitting of First Nations international court. Marty Logan 368
Ed Courtoreille drives 2000 Plus to greater heights. Kenneth Williams 619
Feds to be held accountable. R. John Hayes 1245
First Nations bank to open. Debora Lockyer; Kenneth Williams 554
First Nations church receives historic bible (St. John's Gospel in Mohawk, 1804). Debbie Faulkner 533
Games sign corporate sponsors: but the 1997 (North American) Indigenous Games funding is still far from settled. R. John Hayes 674
Grand Avenue. Jackie Bissley 1273
If the door's locked, go in the window. 337
Long Point tackles chronic unemployment on reserve. Kenneth Williams 920
Native America in the twentieth century: an encyclopedia. Book Review 638
Native ranching and rodeo hit the museum circuit. Louise Delisle 672
Nicola Valley Institute of Technology spearheads economic development training. Kenneth Williams 529
Optimism and humor the mark of chief's success. Kenneth Williams 771
Poll backs Aboriginal leaders. R. John Hayes 601
Protest turns ugly on legislature steps. Michael Smith 679
RCMP charge on-reserve cigarette manufacturers. Paul Barnsley 818
Sabres' coach (Ted) Nolan no longer in jeopardy. Sam Laskaris 783
Sacred Assembly needed to bring people together. Marty Logan 490
Time to take control of education system. Michael Smith 379
Too young to understand. R. Bauer 737
United we band ... together we can deliver. Ken Ward 1118
Wall of famer goes back to high school. Drew Hayden Taylor 653
Work of native artists promoted. 265

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