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  • "Maybe These Children Will Find Hope"
    NewspaperPublication  Morrisseau, Miles, Southam News, Winter 1993     "I'm trying to understand why six children could feel so hopeless and forgotten that the only way to deal with the reality of their lives was to try and end it."
    NewspaperPublication  Morrisseau, Miles, Southam News, Winter 1993   "I'm trying to understand why six children could feel so hopeless and forgotten that the only way to deal with the reality of their lives was to try and end ...
  • "Bad Start for Year of Indigenous People"
    NewspaperPublication  Morrisseau, Miles, Southam News, Spring 1993     "Perhaps it might be a good time to call off the Year of Indigenous People until we've reached a point where there is something to celebrate. Unless things are going a lot better in the rest of the world than they are here, it's not exactly shaping up to be ...
    NewspaperPublication  Morrisseau, Miles, Southam News, Spring 1993   "Perhaps it might be a good time to call off the Year of Indigenous People until we've reached a point where there is something to celebrate. Unless things are going ...
  • "PM's Record Offers Little for Natives to Celebrate"
    NewspaperPublication  Morrisseau, Miles, Southam News, Summer 1993     "As the Mulroney era comes to a close, natives, like others, are taking stock of the retiring prime minister's record and his influence in their lives."
    NewspaperPublication  Morrisseau, Miles, Southam News, Summer 1993   "As the Mulroney era comes to a close, natives, like others, are taking stock of the retiring prime minister's record and his influence in their lives."
  • "Treatment of Natives Disgrace, Canadians Told Commissioners"
    NewspaperPublication  Bramham, Daphne, Southam News, 26 Jun 1991     "Canada's unjust treatment of natives is a national disgrace that must be corrected quickly."
    NewspaperPublication  Bramham, Daphne, Southam News, 26 Jun 1991   "Canada's unjust treatment of natives is a national disgrace that must be corrected quickly."
  • "Bloc Quebecois Trying to Destroy Mohawks: Native"
    NewspaperPublication  Bryden, Joan, Southam News, Winter 1994     "Wounds from past constitutional wars were ripped open again Wednesday as a Mohawk leader accused the Bloc Quebecois of leading a crusade to discredit his people and deny them their sovereign rights."
    NewspaperPublication  Bryden, Joan, Southam News, Winter 1994   "Wounds from past constitutional wars were ripped open again Wednesday as a Mohawk leader accused the Bloc Quebecois of leading a crusade to discredit his people and deny them their ...
  • "Indian Affairs Manager Accused of Being Insensitive to Natives"
    NewspaperPublicationmystery  Southam News, Fall 1992     "Native employees interviewed said they often are passed over for promotions or training programs because non-aboriginals in the department don't understand aboriginal culture."
    NewspaperPublicationmystery  Southam News, Fall 1992   "Native employees interviewed said they often are passed over for promotions or training programs because non-aboriginals in the department don't understand aboriginal culture."
  • "Hamilton Indian centre opens"
    NewspaperPublicationmystery  Southam News, Fall 1992     "When Obibwa Elder Randel Prouix lit the plait of sweetgrass and cut the cedar decorated ribbon he opened the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre's new home to 20,000 people."
    NewspaperPublicationmystery  Southam News, Fall 1992   "When Obibwa Elder Randel Prouix lit the plait of sweetgrass and cut the cedar decorated ribbon he opened the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre's new home to 20,000 people."
  • "Ontario Natives Declare Victory on Issue of Self-Government"
    NewspaperPublicationmystery  Southam News, Winter 1992     "Ontario has recognized that the inherent right of natives to govern themselves includes their right to control land and resources, says the head of a provincial association of Indian chiefs."
    NewspaperPublicationmystery  Southam News, Winter 1992   "Ontario has recognized that the inherent right of natives to govern themselves includes their right to control land and resources, says the head of a provincial association of Indian chiefs."
  • "Natives Are Still Waiting for Specifics"
    NewspaperPublication  Morrisseau, Miles, Southam News, Fall 1992     "There should have been little surprise that the Assembly of First Nations chiefs were unable to endorse the Charlottetown accord in Squamish, B.C., last week."
    NewspaperPublication  Morrisseau, Miles, Southam News, Fall 1992   "There should have been little surprise that the Assembly of First Nations chiefs were unable to endorse the Charlottetown accord in Squamish, B.C., last week."
  • "Peter Ittinuar: Story Behind Nunavut"
    NewspaperPublication  MacQueen, Ken, Southam News, Fall 1992     "Peter Ittinuar is one of the stories behind the march to the territory of Nunavut."
    NewspaperPublication  MacQueen, Ken, Southam News, Fall 1992   "Peter Ittinuar is one of the stories behind the march to the territory of Nunavut."
  • "Result Could Launch Inuit on Road to Self-Government"
    NewspaperPublication  Nagle, Patrick, Southam News, Fall 1992     "Although it will take weeks to learn the decision, the Inuit citizens of the Northwest Territories are casting votes this week on their final independence from more than three centuries of colonial rule."
    NewspaperPublication  Nagle, Patrick, Southam News, Fall 1992   "Although it will take weeks to learn the decision, the Inuit citizens of the Northwest Territories are casting votes this week on their final independence from more than three centuries ...
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