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Articles from Windspeaker (March 1, 2016)

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A Tribe Called Red recognized for top music video. Narine, Shari Brief article 200
Aboriginal institute first to offer stand-alone degree program. Narine, Shari 124
Accord binds B.C. and Tsilhqot'in in forward-thinking relationship. Smith, Andrea 534
Activist had huge FBI file. Meili, Dianne 977
AFN facilitates pre-MMIW inquiry discussion. Narine, Shari Brief article 130
Agreement with province will help level education field. Narine, Shari 756
AMMSA applies to operate urban Indigenous stations. 185
An Ontario Provincial Police officer demonstrated ignorance of treaty relationships and rights when he pulled Nigigoonsimikinkaaning First Nation Chief Will Windigo over for having a quartered moose in his truck, he said, and that disturbed him more than the aggressive treatment of the officer against his hunting party. 187
Artwork proposals for Alex Decoteau Park. Narine, Shari 147
At a meeting of the First Nations Major Projects Coalition. 178
Bitter weather limits participation in Strawberry Ceremony. Nahwegahbow, Barb 577
Blood Tribe pushes for courthouse. Narine, Shari Brief article 152
Breast cancer screening vehicles blessed by Elders. 420
Class action lawsuit filed against federal government. Narine, Shari 199
Energy literacy report will prove to be helpful guide. Narine, Shari 128
Exhibit brings attention to murdered, missing Indigenous women. Narine, Shari 154
Families deeply traumatized by pre-inquiry says participant. Narine, Shari 584
Fleury performs in Edmonton. Laskaris, Sam 256
FNHA needs to improve. Narine, Shari Brief article 219
Fox hopes Canada will settle "omission" of duty. Smith, Andrea 709
Greenpeace is supporting the Waswanipi Cree Nation, as well as scientists and environmental organizations, as they urge Premier Philippe Couillard to protect the last pristine forest on Cree ancestral territory. 199
Haitian Native banned from tournament. Laskaris, Sam 293
Heiltsuk Nation takes lead role in future of Great Bear. Morrow, Shayne 773
Indigenous writers leave mark in Saskatchewan book world. Narine, Shari 153
Indoor skate park could help fight drugs, alcohol, gangs. Narine, Shari Brief article 153
Internal government documents show that it will cost $2 billion to eliminate mould and chronic overcrowding on reserves in Manitoba, about 13 times more than the $150 million the federal government promised for all First Nations across Canada this year, reports the Canadian Press. 157
Inuit healing centre slated to close. Narine, Shari Brief article 197
It's canning time at Seabird Island. Brief article 195
John Joe Sark, a member of the Mi'kmaq Nation traditional government, is petitioning the federal government to change the name of the Port-la-Joye--Fort Amherst historic site near Charlottetown, saying it's an insult that a national park in Prince Edward Island is named for a military general who wanted to kill Aboriginal people with smallpox. 284
Kwikwetlem First Nation has filed an Aboriginal title and rights and Charter claim with the B.C. Supreme Court. 310
Learning is a growing concern at Tsawwassen Farm School. Smith, Andrea 820
Making Treaty 7 receives government funding. Narine, Shari 137
Manitoba will change how it publicly reports Manitoba will change how it publicly reports the number of children in its care by excluding those who are voluntarily transferred by their guardians. Brief article 191
Ministers to move forward on improving outcomes of Indigenous children in care. Narine, Shari 188
Musqueam, Squamish and Tseil-Waututh First Nations. 126
New images go up around city. Narine, Shari 166
New information reignites Napope investigation. Narine, Shari Brief article 110
North Battleford shelter struggles with funding. Narine, Shari Brief article 124
Open, respectful, safe inquiry is the expectation. Narine, Shari 886
Panel's report of LARP validates First Nations' concerns. Narine, Shari 146
Patty Hajdu, MP for Thunder Bay, Ont., said First Nation students arriving in the city to attend school are made to feel less welcome than refugees or other minorities arriving to the city. 106
PhD candidate wins award to pursue pollination research. 489
Protect vulnerable individuals against sex-trafficking. Narine, Shari 146
PTSD prevalent in Indigenous youth leaving home. Narine, Shari 194
Publisher's statement--Bert Crowfoot. Crowfoot, Bert 417
Road key to lower power costs, water treatment and a school. Narine, Shari 660
Road renamed shows commitment to reconciliation. Narine, Shari Brief article 131
Royalty review excludes Aboriginal resource revenue sharing. Narine, Shari 156
Saskatoon hosts nationals. Laskaris, Sam Brief article 204
Siksika Nation singer-songwriter nominated for Juno. Narine, Shari 127
Study shows Inuit have highest lung cancer rate in world. Narine, Shari 185
Team of First Nations spellers will head to national competition. Narine, Shari 149
The B.C. government and Service Employees' Union. 135
The island community of Beausoleil First Nation in Georgian Bay, Ont. says its ferry is on its last legs. 110
The Metis Nation-BC and the Adoptive Families Association of BC signed a memorandum of understanding Feb. 9 to help find permanent homes for Metis children and youth currently in the care in the province. 187
Three communities of the Northern Shuswap Tribal Council and its NStQ Treaty Group. Brief article 175
Treaty 1 explored through art and artifact. Smith, Andrea 796
Two First Nations acquire shares in Saskatoon welding company. Narine, Shari 141
Two indigenous men killed in Toronto. Nahwegahbow, Barb 763
Unemployment impacts off-reserve workers. Narine, Shari 136
University career over, and maybe hockey too. Laskaris, Sam 762
What is Canada's obligation? 598
Windspeaker to publish online exclusively. Narine, Shari 451
Work to continue despite appeals on natural gas storage pond. Narine, Shari 592

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