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Articles from Wind Speaker (June 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
Aboriginal radio most active list. 145
APTN goes ALL IN on licence renewal. Barnsley, Paul Cover Story 2023
Arctic cruises provide unique experience. Stevens, Laura 665
Assembly regional vice-chief resigns. Barnsley, Paul 686
Assimilation ongoing. Letter to the Editor 145
B.C. brews over action plan. Barnsley, Paul 737
Centennial event celebrates history of Cypress Hills. Petten, Cheryl 1014
Conflict of interest, perceived or real. Barnsley, Paul 853
Crown-maker says beading is her medicine. Stevens, Laura 574
Dangerous decision. Bird, Dennis White Letter to the Editor 503
Deal coming on residential schools--chief. Barnsley, Paul Interview 1270
First Nations committee to successful summer games. LaRose, Stephen 534
Government of Alberta's First Nations Consultation Policy on Land Management and Resource Development: message from the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, Alberta. Calahasen, Pearl 486
Guide to Indian country calendar of events. 2806
Help with hockey documentary needed. Linklater, Victor 402
I'm looking for myself on television. Taylor, Drew Hayden Column 651
It's an offence to drink and drive, period. 470
Joe Augustine: elder provided community with link to the past. Petten, Cheryl Obituary 1248
Kasabonika catches the eye of tourists. Morton, Crystal 510
Lara Mussell Savage. Interview 437
Lawsuit launched against First Nations University. LaRose, Stephen 1148
Maracle covers range of styles in latest CD. Brief Article 266
More than just a sports book. Barnsley, Paul Book Review 908
Nothing more scary than change. 716
Options open up in aviation in the north. Mikolayenko, Linda 820
Painting a picture of the past at Pike Island. Miller, Heather Andrews 803
Questions from the rez. Letter to the Editor 184
Riel's life celebrated. Petten, Cheryl Biography 1092
Squash player ready to tackle World Masters. Stevens, Laura 843
Tapes paint premier into a corner. Barnsley, Paul 898
Trail leads back to Batoche. Young, George 771
Uniqueness of region a real focus of games. Stevens, Laura 657
What's happening. 543
Wikwemikong celebrates with cultural festival. Little, Margo 541
Will more Metis take to the woods because of Powley? Young, George 1545
Wit and substance absent from the House. Nungak, Zebedee Column 789

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