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ONTARIO BUDGET FOCUSES ON ELEMENTS OF COMMUNITY WELLNESS ‘INVESTING IN EDUCATION, HEALTH AND JUSTICE IS ESSENTIAL TO THE WELL BEING OF OUR NATIONS’ SAYS ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY

TORONTO, ON (April 27, 2017) --- Today, Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa unveiled the province’s budget announcing major funds directed at education, health and justice making community w

FIRST NATION LEADERS SAY PREMIER WYNNE’S HYDRO ANNOUNCEMENT TODAY WILL STRENGTHEN GOVERNMENT-TO-GOVERNMENT RELATIONSHIP

TORONTO (March 3, 2017) --- First Nation leaders say today’s announcement from Premier Kathleen Wynne committing to eliminate hydro delivery charges for on-reserve citizens, among other benefits,

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY SAYS ACTIONS OF CHILDREN’S AID SOCIETY OF LONDON MIDDLESEX IS AN INDIGNITY TO THE PEOPLE OF ONEIDA OF THE THAMES FIRST NATION

Serpent River, ON (Dec 22, 2016)  --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day is calling the reported actions of the Children’s Aid Society (CAS) an indignity to the comm

NOTHING ABOUT US, WITHOUT US” FIRST NATIONS MUST BE FULLY INCLUDED IN TOMORROW’S FIRST MINISTERS MEETING ON HEALTH AND CLIMATE CHANGE

Gatineau, QC (Dec 8, 2016)  --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day, chair of the Assembly Of First Nations (AFN) Chiefs Committee on Health and co-chair of the AFN Chiefs Committe

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY’S STATEMENT ON TODAY’S AUDITOR GENERAL REPORT THAT CRITICIZES FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SPECIFIC CLAIM PROCESS AS “BEYOND UNACCEPTABLE”

Toronto, ON (Nov 29, 2016)  --- “Today’s report by Auditor General Michael Ferguson is just another sad confirmation that First Nation peoples are being held hostage by a broken burea

FIRST NATION LEADERS TO MEET WITH PROVINCE TO REVIEW PRIORITY ISSUES AT THE THIRD ANNUAL ‘LEADERS IN THE LEGISLATURE’ EVENT

TORONTO (Nov 21, 2016) – First Nation leaders from across Ontario are meeting with Premier Kathleen Wynne and Ontario Cabinet Ministers this week at the ‘Leaders in the Legislature’ e

Treaties Week

Chiefs of the Six Nations at Brantford, Canada, explaining their wampum belts to Horatio Hale September 14, 1871. Image shows Joseph Snow (Hahriron), Onondaga Chief;George H. M.

ONTARIO REGIONAL chief ISADORE DAY ACKNOWLEDGES THE SIGNIFICANCE OF TREATIES RECOGNITION WEEK: ‘WE ARE ALL TREATY PEOPLE’

TORONTO, ON (Nov 8, 2016) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day is pleased to acknowledge the first Treaties Recognition Week in Ontario which kicks off this week with special events and a social media campaign.

Leaders in the Legislature 2016

First Nation Leaders and Cabinet Ministers from across Ontario gathered for annual Leaders in the Legislature event to discuss joint priorities regarding issues and opportunities

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