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  • "Chippewas of Rama receive 35-year lease on casino life"
    TextNewspaper  Anishinabek News, 1 Jan 2010     "Anishinabek Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee is hopeful that First Nations in Ontario and their relationship with Chippewas of Rama First Nation will improve now that a new agreement has been signed between the host community for Casino Rama operations and the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG)."
    TextNewspaper  Anishinabek News, 1 Jan 2010   "Anishinabek Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee is hopeful that First Nations in Ontario and their relationship with Chippewas of Rama First Nation will improve now that a new agreement has ...
  • "Ontario invests in Native students"
    TextNewspaper  Anishinabek News, 1 Jan 2010     "TORONTO - The government of Ontario is investing $26.4 million in Aboriginal post-secondary education 2009-10."
    TextNewspaper  Anishinabek News, 1 Jan 2010   "TORONTO - The government of Ontario is investing $26.4 million in Aboriginal post-secondary education 2009-10."
  • "No taxes rule at Indian Tea Party"
    TextNewspaper  Kitchikesik-McLeod, Chris J., Anishinabek News, 1 Jan 2010     "It is my understanding that normal Canadian citizens are provided for under Section 92 of the Constitution and that we as Indians had to be removed from there because of our indigenous status and because of this, the Treaties and the Royal Proclamation of 1763, we were removed from Section ...
    TextNewspaper  Kitchikesik-McLeod, Chris J., Anishinabek News, 1 Jan 2010   "It is my understanding that normal Canadian citizens are provided for under Section 92 of the Constitution and that we as Indians had to be removed from there because of ...
  • "Anishinabek declaring war on proposed HST"
    TextNewspaper  Switzer, Maurice, Anishinabek News, 1 Jan 2010     "The 40 member communities of the Anishinabek Nation have launched a comprehensive information and direct-action campaign against the proposed Harmonized Sales Tax, which Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee has labeled "illegal and immoral"."
    TextNewspaper  Switzer, Maurice, Anishinabek News, 1 Jan 2010   "The 40 member communities of the Anishinabek Nation have launched a comprehensive information and direct-action campaign against the proposed Harmonized Sales Tax, which Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee has labeled ...
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