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CHIEFS OF ONTARIO HIGHLIGHT IMPORTANCE OF INTERNATIONAL WATER DAY AND CRITICAL NEED FOR CLEAN WATER FUNDING IN TODAY'S FEDEAL BUDGET

TORONTO, ON (Mar 22, 2016) – Since 1993, March 22 has been designated by the United Nations as World Water Day, a day of international observance and an opportunity to bring awareness to issues related to the future of the water around th

An Open Letter to President Obama and Prime Minister Trudeau on Climate Change

Dear President Barrack Obama and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau:

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY TELLS CANADA AND PROVINCES THAT NATION TO NATION MEANS FULL INCLUSION IN FIRST MINISTERS MEETING ON CLIMATE CHANGE

VANCOUVER (March 2, 2016) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day is calling upon Canada and Provinces to ensure that a Climate Change Accord be established where First Nations have an equal voice on m

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF SAYS ‘FIRST NATIONS MUST BE KEY PARTICIPANTS IN ANY CLIMATE CHANGE STRATEGY AND FORCE INCLUSION ON A GLOBAL LEVEL’

Toronto (Feb 29, 2016) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day says that any long term initiative on Human Rights and Climate Change must not only include Indigenous participation but include active In

Electricity Report 2017

 

FIRST NATIONS DELIVERY CREDIT

CHIEFS OF ONTARIO LAUNCH A ‘GROUNDBREAKING’ ENERGY LITERACY REPORT TO GUIDE FIRST NATIONS IN HELPING SHAPE THE FUTURE OF THE ENERGY SECTOR

VANCOUVER, BC (Feb 10, 2016) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day is pleased to announce that the Chiefs of Ontario have produced an innovative energy literacy tool that will provide First Nations i

CLIMATE CHANGE IS URGENTLY AFFECTING THE LIFE OF FIRST NATIONS ACROSS NORTHERN ONTARIO - ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TO ESTABLISH AN IMMEDIATE NORTHERN CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT STUDY

TORONTO, ON (Dec 18, 2015) --- Climate Change is a scientific fact. It’s drastically changing the way we live, particularly across the northern Ontario.

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF DAY STATEMENT ON COP 21 CLIMATE CHANGE AGREEMENT – INDIGENOUS JURISDICTIONS MUST BE RECOGNIZED IN DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIES

TORONTO -- (Dec 14, 2015) — On behalf of the Chiefs of Ontario, I welcome the final agreement on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change that was reached at COP 21 in Paris on

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