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ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY STATEMENT ON AUDITOR GENERAL OF ONTARIO 2015 ANNUAL REPORT: FIRST NATIONS ARE READY TO WORK WITH ONTARIO FOR BETTER OUTCOMES

TORONTO (Dec 3, 2015) – Yesterday’s report by the Auditor General highlights why Ontario and First Nations must work together to do more for those who are the most vulnerable: our children

FIRST NATION LEADERS GATHER IN TORONTO TO ‎RENEW RELATIONSHIPS AND IMPLEMENT HISTORIC POLITICAL ACCORD WITH ONTARIO

Toronto (Nov 24, 2015) – First Nations Chiefs from across Ontario are meeting this week at the ‘Leaders in the Legislature’ event with Ontario Cabinet Ministers to discuss collaborati

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY ACKNOWLEDGES FIRST NATION LEADERS AND CITIZEN GROUPS FOR HARD WORK AND DEDICATED COMMITMENT FOR CHANGE DURING THE FEDERAL ELECTION

TORONTO, ON (October 20, 2015) — Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day congratulates the First Nation leaders and grassroots community citizens who helped push for meaningful change and the highest

ONTARIO FIRST NATIONS YOUNG PEOPLES COUNCIL SUPPORT FIRST NATION STUDENT INQUEST THROUGH RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE JURY PANEL

TORONTO (Oct 13, 2015) --- The Ontario First Nations Young People’s Council, a regional advocacy body representing First Nations youth across Ontario, is in full support of the inquest into the

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY LENDS FULL SUPPORT TO THE FIRST NATION STUDENT DEATH INQUEST

TORONTO (Oct 7, 2015) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day is lending his full support to the student inquest currently being held in Thunder Bay that seeks to find answers to the tragic deaths of s

FIRST NATIONS HEALTH HAS BEEN IN A QUIET CRISIS FOR DECADES: THE TIME FOR EMPTY PROMISES MUST END NOW

TORONTO (Sept 30, 2015) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day has issued a Call to Action, calling the state of health for First Nations people in Canada deplorable and unconscionable.

THE OKA CRISIS WAS A WATERSHED MOMENT FOR FIRST NATIONS

TORONTO (Sept 25, 2015) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day released the following statement regarding the 25th Anniversary of the End of the Oka Crisis:

The state of health for First Nations people in Canada is deplorable

Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day says the state of health for First Nations people in Canada is deplorable.

THE RETURN OF CAMP IPPERWASH AN IMPORTANT STEP TOWARDS HEALING

TORONTO, ON (September 20, 2015) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day says that the decision of the federal government to return Camp Ipperwash to the Chippewas of Kettle & Stony Point First Nat

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