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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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  • "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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