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The purpose of this page is to provide up to date information on any emergency management, evacations and response situations in regards to First Nations in Ontario.

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ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY ENCOURAGED BY MEETING WITH PROVINCE TO ADVANCE FIRST NATION JURISDICTION ON CHILD WELFARE

TORONTO, (May 6, 2016) --- Yesterday at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, the leadership from First Nations in Ontario and the Ontario provincial government met regarding the Ontario Indigenous Children and Youth Strate

2016 Call for Proposals for Local Poverty Reduction Fund Now Open

The fund is a $50 million, six-year initiative created to support innovative, community-driven projects that measurably improve the lives of those most affected by poverty.

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY UNDERSCORES THE VITAL ROLE OF INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE KEEPERS ON ANNUAL EARTH DAY CELEBRATION

TORONTO, (April 22, 2016) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day says that Earth Day is an opportunity for world leaders to work with the Indigenous Peoples all across the planet to share valuable and sophisticated Indigenou

Attawapiskat emergency debate by Federal Members of Parliament

Statement by Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day:

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY STATEMENT ON 140TH ANNIVERSARY OF INDIAN ACT: OPPRESSIVE, RACIST LEGISLATION THAT CONDEMNS FIRST NATIONS TO 21ST CENTURY POVERTY MUST BE REPLACED WITH A TRUE NATION-TO-NATION RELATIONSHIP

TORONTO (April 12, 2016) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day calls the Indian Act, which turns 140 years old today, the root of all social trauma currently affecting all First Nation communities across Canada.

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF DAY CALLS THE ATTAWAPISKAT SUICIDE EMERGENCY A TIPPING POINT FOR THE FIRST NATION HEALTH CRISIS IN CANADA ON THE 140TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE INDIAN ACT

TORONTO (April 11, 2016) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day is calling the Attawapiskat suicide state of emergency a tipping point for the First Nation health care crisis in Canada.

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY IN FULL SUPPORT OF NISHNAWBE ASKI NATION’S NEED TO BE FULLY INVOLVED IN COMBATING CLIMATE CHANGE AND GLOBAL WARMING

THUNDER BAY (April 7, 2016) --- “On behalf of the Chiefs of Ontario, I fully support and endorse the need for Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) to be fully engaged on any future efforts to combat climate change,” said Ontar

World Indigenous Suicide Prevention Conference 2016

This international event encourages indigenous nations worldwide to gather and to validate our cultural norms and realities whilst looking at how we contribute to reducing suicide and its impacts on

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