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  • "Indian Affairs Manager Accused of Being Insensitive to Natives"
    "Indian Affairs Manager Accused of Being Insensitive to Natives"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  "Indian Affairs Manager Accused of Being Insensitive to Natives", Southam News, Fall 1992     "Native employees interviewed said they often are passed over for promotions or training programs because non-aboriginals in the department don't understand aboriginal culture."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  "Indian Affairs Manager Accused of Being Insensitive to Natives", Southam News, Fall 1992   "Native employees interviewed said they often are passed over for promotions or training programs because non-aboriginals in the department don't understand aboriginal culture."
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  • "Hamilton Indian centre opens"
    "Hamilton Indian centre opens"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  "Hamilton Indian centre opens", Southam News, Fall 1992     "When Obibwa Elder Randel Prouix lit the plait of sweetgrass and cut the cedar decorated ribbon he opened the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre's new home to 20,000 people."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  "Hamilton Indian centre opens", Southam News, Fall 1992   "When Obibwa Elder Randel Prouix lit the plait of sweetgrass and cut the cedar decorated ribbon he opened the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre's new home to 20,000 people."
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  • "Nunavut: Inuit Land"
    "Nunavut: Inuit Land"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992     "Some facts and figures on Nunavut- a new territory in Northern Canada to be created as a result of a massive land-claim settlement between the Canadian government and the area's natives."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992   "Some facts and figures on Nunavut- a new territory in Northern Canada to be created as a result of a massive land-claim settlement between the Canadian government and the area's ...
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  • "Six Nations Trustee Ends Oath of Allegiance to Queen"
    "Six Nations Trustee Ends Oath of Allegiance to Queen"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992     "Native trustees appointed to Ontario school boards no longer need to swear an oath of allegiance to the Queen."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992   "Native trustees appointed to Ontario school boards no longer need to swear an oath of allegiance to the Queen."
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  • "Ottawa to Build Native Prison"
    "Ottawa to Build Native Prison"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992     "Ottawa will spend $8 million to build a minimum-security prison primarily to house native men on Indian land in central Alberta, federal Solicitor General Doug Lewis announced Friday."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992   "Ottawa will spend $8 million to build a minimum-security prison primarily to house native men on Indian land in central Alberta, federal Solicitor General Doug Lewis announced Friday."
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  • "Ohsweken Flautist Among Native Scholarship Winners"
    "Ohsweken Flautist Among Native Scholarship Winners"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992     "Tiffany Longboat of Ohsweken gets $1,000 to continue flute lessons; Shannon Wadsworth of Victoria gets $800 for art supplies."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992   "Tiffany Longboat of Ohsweken gets $1,000 to continue flute lessons; Shannon Wadsworth of Victoria gets $800 for art supplies."
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  • "Ruling on Hunting Rights is Unfair"
    "Ruling on Hunting Rights is Unfair"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992     "As a citizen of Canada, and more specifically of South-western Ontario, I must protest the decision of the Ontario government to give the aboriginal peoples priorities in the harvesting of fish and game over the rest of the population. I am deeply insulted and I would hope that my feelings ...
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992   "As a citizen of Canada, and more specifically of South-western Ontario, I must protest the decision of the Ontario government to give the aboriginal peoples priorities in the harvesting of ...
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  • "Indian Affairs Cutting Back Native Services"
    "Indian Affairs Cutting Back Native Services"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992     "Ottawa is easing out of its delivery of native social services programs with the hope that Indian bands will eventually take over such programs themselves, says a spokesman for the Indian Affairs Department."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992   "Ottawa is easing out of its delivery of native social services programs with the hope that Indian bands will eventually take over such programs themselves, says a spokesman for the ...
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  • "Ontario Natives Declare Victory on Issue of Self-Government"
    "Ontario Natives Declare Victory on Issue of Self-Government"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  "Ontario Natives Declare Victory on Issue of Self-Government", Southam News, Winter 1992     "Ontario has recognized that the inherent right of natives to govern themselves includes their right to control land and resources, says the head of a provincial association of Indian chiefs."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  "Ontario Natives Declare Victory on Issue of Self-Government", Southam News, Winter 1992   "Ontario has recognized that the inherent right of natives to govern themselves includes their right to control land and resources, says the head of a provincial association of Indian chiefs."
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  • "Ohsweken Hall Packed For English Reading of Great Law"
    "Ohsweken Hall Packed For English Reading of Great Law"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992     "Many Canadians are weary of the country's ongoing constitutional discussions, but the topic is a lively one in the Six Nations community."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992   "Many Canadians are weary of the country's ongoing constitutional discussions, but the topic is a lively one in the Six Nations community."
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  • "A Bad Deal for the Six Nations"
    "A Bad Deal for the Six Nations"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Spring 1992     "Back in the 1820's, enterprising businessmen believed water transportation would be the key to unlock the riches of the continent. As a result, a frenzy of canal building took place."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Spring 1992   "Back in the 1820's, enterprising businessmen believed water transportation would be the key to unlock the riches of the continent. As a result, a frenzy of canal building took place."
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  • "Division in the Ranks"
    "Division in the Ranks"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Spring 1992     "Native women questioned whether aboriginal governments would protect their individual rights, noting the high levels of violence against aboriginal women and the resistance of male leaders to the reinstatement of women who were stripped of their Indian status."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Spring 1992   "Native women questioned whether aboriginal governments would protect their individual rights, noting the high levels of violence against aboriginal women and the resistance of male leaders to the reinstatement of ...
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  • "Local Banks - Different Ideas"
    "Local Banks - Different Ideas"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992     "Nowhere is the complexity of the self-government debate more evident than in two native communities near Brantford."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Winter 1992   "Nowhere is the complexity of the self-government debate more evident than in two native communities near Brantford."
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  • "Tension Over Native Hunting Blamed on Ontario Government"
    "Tension Over Native Hunting Blamed on Ontario Government"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  "Tension Over Native Hunting Blamed on Ontario Government", Brantford Expositor, Winter 1992     "Six Nations resident Dave General told the audience that natives were just as concerned about unsafe hunting practices as non-natives."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  "Tension Over Native Hunting Blamed on Ontario Government", Brantford Expositor, Winter 1992   "Six Nations resident Dave General told the audience that natives were just as concerned about unsafe hunting practices as non-natives."
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  • "Native Chef Serves Heritage at Olympics"
    "Native Chef Serves Heritage at Olympics"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Summer 1992     "When Bertha Skye puts on her beautiful Iroquois deerskin dress to dance at native gatherings, she feels proud of her heritage."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Summer 1992   "When Bertha Skye puts on her beautiful Iroquois deerskin dress to dance at native gatherings, she feels proud of her heritage."
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  • "White Foster Homes Hard on Natives"
    "White Foster Homes Hard on Natives"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Summer 1992     "The man, a prisoner at the Saskatchewan penitentiary near Prince Albert, talked about growing up in a white foster home where his foster father made him dress as a girl for six years and abused him."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Summer 1992   "The man, a prisoner at the Saskatchewan penitentiary near Prince Albert, talked about growing up in a white foster home where his foster father made him dress as a girl ...
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  • "Tapping Maples for Sap Dates Back Centuries"
    "Tapping Maples for Sap Dates Back Centuries"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Beaver, George, "Tapping Maples for Sap Dates Back Centuries", "Tapping Maples for Sap Dates Back Centuries", Brantford Expositor, Spring 1992     "A couple of weeks ago I went around to visit Kaweni: ie, the Mohawk Immersion School. When I went into the portable classroom usually occupied by the Grade 1 class, it was empty. I soon learned that Mrs. Loft's class had gone over to the Iroquoian Institute's sugar bush. They ...
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Beaver, George, "Tapping Maples for Sap Dates Back Centuries", "Tapping Maples for Sap Dates Back Centuries", Brantford Expositor, Spring 1992   "A couple of weeks ago I went around to visit Kaweni: ie, the Mohawk Immersion School. When I went into the portable classroom usually occupied by the Grade 1 class, ...
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