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National chief talks transparency
The Journal, October 21, 2008

National chief talks transparency
Congress of Aboriginal Peoples National Chief Patrick Brazeau to speak at Queen’s Oct. 31

BY KERRI MACDONALD, FEATURES EDITOR

Patrick Brazeau, national chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples, says he was disappointed by Canada’s recent election campaigns. (Supplied)When it comes to issues regarding aboriginal peoples in Canada, Patrick Brazeau isn’t afraid to stir the pot.

Brazeau is national chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples, an organization devoted to the rights of aboriginal people living off-reserve. Next week he’s making a speech at Queen’s called "Re-engineering Canada’s Aboriginal Affairs," which he said is focused on two main issues: the lack of accountability and the need for increased governance, both of which stem from the Indian Act.

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Danses contemporaines des Premières Nations
 
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Counties offer “moral support” to aboriginal village project

The Review, Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Counties offer “moral support” to aboriginal village project
By André Dumont

L’ORIGNAL – United Counties of Prescott and Russell council voted yesterday (Tuesday) in favour of a support motion for an aboriginal cultural center and traditional village project.

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'Maybe I'm ruffling some feathers. If I am, then maybe it's time'
Ron Corbett, The Ottawa Citizen
Dimanche 29 juillet 2007

Patrick Brazeau was born in Maniwaki, within rock-throwing distance of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg reserve. His grandmother was born on the reserve, a full-status Algonquin Indian who fell in love with a non-native, got married and had to leave.

That was the way things once worked in Canada. Native women who married non-natives lost their government status and had to leave the reserve. They were no longer Indian.

Then in 1985 the federal government passed Bill C-31, an amendment to the Indian Act that gave Indian status back to aboriginal women like Mr. Brazeau's grandmother. The bill also applied to their families. So it came to be, at the age of 11, that Patrick Brazeau became an Algonquin Indian.

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PRESS RELEASE
KANESATAKE MOHAWK WOMEN's COALITION

Press Release

A Non-native (Guillaume Carle) Was Kicked Out Of
Kanesatake Mohawk Community By The Kanesatake Mohawk
Women's Coalition

KANESATAKE MOHAWK SOVEREIGN TERRITORY – June 3, 2007.
Guillaume Carle, a non-native person and his small group of followers were kicked out of Kanesatake Mohawk Community today by the Mohawk Women of Kanesatake.

See the pictures of the expulsion of Guillaume Carle and his group from Kanesatake
(Pictures by members of the Mohawk Community of Kanesatake)

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Ottawa will audit the Kanesatake Mohawk Police operations
The Minister of Public Safety announced today that Canada’s New Government will conduct a forensic audit of the Kanesatake Mohawk Police Service in order to shed light on the allegations of mismanagement of funds, which occurred under the previous government.

Ottawa, February 1, 2007
Minister Day announces forensic audit of the Kanesatake Mohawk Police Service

La Presse, le 1er février 2007
Ottawa vérifie les comptes à Kanesatake

Thursday, February 1, 2007
RCMP to investigate Kanesatake Mohawk police

Thursday, February 1, 2007
The RCMP and SQ must also account for their actions

La Presse, lundi le 15 janvier 2007
La police autochtone n'inspire pas confiance

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Copy of the original Jay Treaty

TREATY
OF
Amity, Commerce, and Navigation,
BETWEEN
HIS BRITANNICK MAJESTY
AND THE
UNITED STATES of AMERICA
Signed at London, the 19th of November, 1794


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Press release of Native Alliance of Quebec

Native Alliance of Québec Supports
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT’S COMMITMENT
TO ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY

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October 11, 2006 : RECOGNITION OF NEW BRUNSWICK MÉTIS BY THE MÉTIS OF THE WEST

Archie Martin

“The Métis of the East, are belittle and scorned under the Indian act, they should have the same rights as the Métis of the West”...Louis Riel

The Métis Natives have this inalienable right to be recognized. One year, after officialising the existence of the first 31 Métis in Quebec, Mr. Gabriel Dufault, president of the National Union Métis Saint-Joseph of Manitoba (UNMSJM) that was founded by Louis Riel in 1884 and founder of the East- West Métis Union, recognized the first 48 Métis of New Brunswick.

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Message from The Mohawk Warrior Society

«Message from the Mohawk Warrior Society to the Confederation of Aboriginal People of Québec»

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Help build a native village

Help build a native village

CASSELMAN – A Casselman-based group of Katimavik volunteers is inviting the public to help build a traditional native village in Bourget.

“Our Katimavik group in Casselman will be aiding in the construction of the village from the 27th to 30th of July,” says group leader Lindsay Kane who adds, “This incredible opportunity exists thanks to Yvan St. Jean, the general director of the Cultural Foundation Native Expressions, as well as numerous other enthusiastic members of the community – whose efforts are making this project possible. We are really proud to be able to contribute to a project that will encourage people to explore the culture and history of Aboriginals.”

Katimavik, the word meaning “meeting place” in Inuktitut, promotes regional multiculturalism.

The Katimavik group in Casselman consists of seven participants between the ages of 18 and 20 from across Canada. The participants have lived and volunteered in the community since May 16.

Five days per week the participants gain valuable experience in numerous work settings which include The Nation, Maison de la Famille, The Early Years Centre, Ste. Anne Residence, and the Casselman Arena.

Article from Gregg Chamberlain of the
Tribune-Express of July 21, 2006
«Katimavik kids work on native village project»

Article from Gregg Chamberlain of the
Le Carillon of August 8, 2006
«Tradition amérindienne»

 
 
 
FEDERAL BUDGET 2006 A DOWN PAYMENT ON PROSPERITY

STATEMENT BY CONGRESS OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLES
NATIONAL CHIEF PATRICK BRAZEAU

FEDERAL BUDGET 2006 A DOWN PAYMENT ON PROSPERITY

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Native Para-Judicial Services of Québec

Archie MartinSPAQMr.Archie Martin : Represetative of Native Alliance of Quebec as new member of Board of Directors of the Native Para-Judicial Services of Quebec for 2006/2007 which represent the following organizations:



Native Para-Judicial Services of Québec

190 Chef Max Gros-Louis Street
Wendake (Quebec) G0A 4V0
Telephone : (418) 847-2094
Fax : (418) 847-5799
Email : info@spaq.qc.ca

 
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ELECTIONS 2006 - SPECIAL EDITION

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Constitution and Membership Code of NAQ

LOGO AAQ

August 1996 and July 1997
Membership Code governing the Nation of the Aboriginal Community of the Native Alliance of Quebec

March 27, 1972 - August 25, 1996 - September 1, 2004
Constitution and By-Laws of the Native Alliance of Quebec

*Those documents are grouped in the scrolling menu at Organisation > Natives > NAQ > Provincial > General Information

 
 
 
National Housing Leader George Devine has died

Thuesday, October 11, 2005

George Devine It is with great sadness that CHRA announces that George Devine, the Executive Director of the National Aboriginal Housing Association, died suddenly this past Sunday. George was a member of CHRA´s Research & Policy committee and became deeply involved in the work of NAHA after his retirement from CMHC. He built the organization to a level of sophistication and credibility that was really amazing considering its limited financial resources.

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George Devine died October 9, 2005

Monday, October 10, 2005

George DevineUnexpectedly on Sunday, October 9, 2005 at the age of 60. Dear son of the late Mabel and George Devine, of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Loving and devoted father of Julie May Devine, George-Michael Devine (Sylvianne) and the light of his life, his grandson Owen Devine and his soon to be born grandson. Loving friend of Danielle Dupont. Cherished brother of Vera White (Heldon) and uncle of Heather, Marcia and Judy. George dedicated his life to his country and to those in need. Friends may visit at the St. Laurent Chapel of Hulse, Playfair & McGarry, 1200 Ogilvie Road at Aviation Parkway on Tuesday, October 11, 2005 from 6 to 9 p.m. Funeral Mass will be held at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church, 400 St. Laurent Blvd on Wednesday, October 12, 2005 at 11 a.m. Interment to take place in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia with his parents.Donations may be made to the Gignul Non-profit Housing Corporation, 396 MacLaren Street, Ottawa 232-3216.

 
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Council hopeful stresses water quality
Archie Martin

THE HUDSON GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2005

Archie Joseph Martin has registered for the November 6 municipal elections and will compete for the spot as councillor of District 1.

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The President of Venezuela to the Natives
27 septembre 2005

The Métis Chavez, President of Venezuela, meet with the Natives of United States.

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SCALPS

31 juillet 2005

Archie Martin

SCALPS
by Archie Martin

*The legends of Archie Martin sont aussi regroupés dans le menu déroulant en haut de la page à la section Culture > Legends.
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Escuminac Disaster

Archie Martin

The president of the Montreal Community of NAQ, Archie Martin, explain what happened on June 19 and 20, 1959 at Escuminac, New Brunswick

«32 Fishermen Are Missing When Gales Hit New Brunswick Coast»

by Archie Martin

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CAP IS SERIOUSLY CONCERNED ABOUT THE ATTITUDE OF NAQ

«CAP and NAQ have had a strong relationship for nearly 34 years, but the actions of the current Chief and President of the NAQ, Guillaume Carle, have recently hindered progress at the national level.

Those actions will no longer be tolerated at any future meetings of the board that will seek immediate remedial measures.»

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Revelation of events in Kanesatake

June 15th, 2005
Kanesatake Mohawks were justified in Peacefully Standing up to January 12, 2004 Goon Attack
by Pearl Bonspille and John Harding

Summary of the meeting of 2004-01-07
PROJET CUBE (SURETÉ DU QUÉBEC)
by Pearl Bonspille and John Harding

May 16th, 2005
Affidavit by Commander Jacques Beaupre

 
 
 
Exploring the issue of Métis identity
The Law Society of Upper Canada
December 15, 2004

What does it mean to be Métis in the 21st century? How has the Métis identity developed? How will it change? These were some of the questions explored by more than 250 participants at the Law Society’s public legal education event held at Osgoode Hall on November 16, 2004, Louis Riel Day.

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Open letter to Grand Chief Joe Norton

Joe NortonShe:kon Chief Norton,

We the good people of Kanesatake find it hard to believe that another Mohawk Chief would make the statements you did...

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Response from Grand Chief James Gabriel to Grand Chief Joe Norton

 
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INDIAN AFFAIRS NEWS RELEASE ON KANESATAKE ISSUE

STATEMENT BY THE HONOURABLE ANDY MITCHELL, MINISTER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT & THE HONOURABLE ANNE MCLELLAN, DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER AND MINISTER OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

GOVERNMENT OF CANADA AFFIRMS COMMITMENT TO COOPERATIVE RESOLUTION OF COMMUNITY ISSUES

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EXECUTIVES OF NAHA AT CHRA CONVENTION IN VANCOUVER
David Seymour, director of NAHA, Jean Jolicoeur, V.P. of NAHA and George Devine, executive director of NAHA, discussing of the national non-reserve aboriginal housing strategy at the CHRA Convention in Vancouver on April 1st 2004. 
 
 
Descendent of Riel Received Law Society’s First Ever Lincoln Alexander Award
From LSUC

Toronto – Métis lawyer Jean Teillet was recognized by the Law Society of Upper Canada for her outstanding contributions and commitment to the legal profession and to community service. The great grand niece of Louis Riel, Ms. Teillet is awarded the Law Society’s Lincoln Alexander Award for her work as a mentor, a teacher, and her commitment to advancing Aboriginal issues. 
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