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REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY ON NORTH CARIBOU LAKE FIRST NATION’S GRAND OPENING OF ALL-SEASON BRIDGE: OPENING DOORS TO NEW OPPORTUNITIES

(North Caribou Lake First Nation, October 18, 2017)  “This new bridge has taken four years of planning and preparation thanks to the hard work of Chief Dinah Kanate and her council.

Treaty Recognition Week

The Treaties Recognition Week Act, 2016 introduced and passed with the support of all

Leaders in the Legislature

Attention First Nations leade

Beers and Book with Tanya T

Discussing her new book, Seven Fallen Feathers
 

First Nations Economic Advancement Conference

Ontario First Nations economic developers association in partnership with pioneer construction presents FNEAC 2017 (First Nations’ Economic Advancement Co

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY: CANCELLATION OF ENERGY EAST PIPELINE A MAJOR VICTORY FOR FIRST NATIONS AND ALL CANADIANS WHO SUPPORT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND CLEAN ENERGY

(Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation, October 5, 2017) “Today’s announcement that TransCanada has abandoned its proposed Energy East pipeline project is a major victory for all who su

Ontario First Nations Will be Fully Involved in Province’s New Cannabis Control Board Through On-Reserve Regulations and Potential Revenue Sharing

(TORONTO, September 8, 2017) This morning the Province of Ontario announced a new Cannabis Control Board which will regulate the sales of marijuana through as many as 150 stand-alone stores located in municipalities across the pr

Ontario Engagement Session related to the co-development of federal Indigenous languages legislation.

The AFN is hosting the Ontario Engagement Session related to the co-development of federal Indigenous languages legislation. 

Where: Westin Toronto Airport

When:  September 13-14, 2017

Chiefs of Ontario Highlight Urgency to End Boil Water Advisories During World Water Week: “Clean Water is a Human Right”

(TORONTO August 29, 2017) “As we mark World Water Week, Canadians must be reminded that far too many First Nation communities in Ontario, and across the country, do not have access to clean drinking wat

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