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Media Types Newspapers   Geographic Location Ipperwash Provincial Park  
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  • "Natives Revolution In Canada Begins"
    "Natives Revolution In Canada Begins"
    newspaperpublication  Aubry, Jack, "Natives Revolution In Canada Begins", "Natives Revolution In Canada Begins", The Ottawa Citizen, 9 Sep 1995     "The fatal shooting of a 38-year-old Chippewa Indian at Ipperwash Provincial Park in southwestern Ontario makes it official."
    newspaperpublication  Aubry, Jack, "Natives Revolution In Canada Begins", "Natives Revolution In Canada Begins", The Ottawa Citizen, 9 Sep 1995   "The fatal shooting of a 38-year-old Chippewa Indian at Ipperwash Provincial Park in southwestern Ontario makes it official."
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  • "A Group Of First Nations People Burn..."
    "A Group Of First Nations People Burn..."
    newspaperpublication       "A group of First Nations people burn Ministry of Natural Resources signs in Ipperwash Provincial Park early Tuesday. The natives have taken over the park, saying it is on sacred burial ground."
    newspaperpublication     "A group of First Nations people burn Ministry of Natural Resources signs in Ipperwash Provincial Park early Tuesday. The natives have taken over the park, saying it is on sacred ...
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  • "Protesters Move Away From Gates Of Park"
    "Protesters Move Away From Gates Of Park"
    newspaperpublication       "Rebel Chippewa began negotiating with police Thursday as they stopped guarding entrances to Ipperwash Provincial Park."
    newspaperpublication     "Rebel Chippewa began negotiating with police Thursday as they stopped guarding entrances to Ipperwash Provincial Park."
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  • "Deal Reached At Ipperwatch"
    "Deal Reached At Ipperwatch"
    newspaperpublication       "Aboriginal leaders have reached an agreement with the federal government that Indian Affairs Minister Ron Irwin says may help end a deadly standoff at Ipperwash Provincial Park."
    newspaperpublication     "Aboriginal leaders have reached an agreement with the federal government that Indian Affairs Minister Ron Irwin says may help end a deadly standoff at Ipperwash Provincial Park."
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  • "Kettle and Stony Point file claim on Ipperwash Provincial Park"
    "Kettle and Stony Point file claim on Ipperwash Provincial Park"
    textnewspaper  Bannon, Pearce, "Kettle and Stony Point file claim on Ipperwash Provincial Park", Turtle Island News, 14 Oct 1998     "The news broke last week that Kettle and Stony Point filed a claim that includes Ipperwash Provincial Park with the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development."
    textnewspaper  Bannon, Pearce, "Kettle and Stony Point file claim on Ipperwash Provincial Park", Turtle Island News, 14 Oct 1998   "The news broke last week that Kettle and Stony Point filed a claim that includes Ipperwash Provincial Park with the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development."
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  • "Reform MPs want army to force natives from Ipperwash"
    "Reform MPs want army to force natives from Ipperwash"
    textnewspaper  Bannon, Pearce, "Reform MPs want army to force natives from Ipperwash", Turtle Island News, 3 Jun 1998, pp.1, 23     "The army should remove natives living at former Camp Ipperwash and reoccupy the land until negotiations for its handover are completed, a Reform MP said at a public meeting here last Wednesday."
    textnewspaper  Bannon, Pearce, "Reform MPs want army to force natives from Ipperwash", Turtle Island News, 3 Jun 1998, pp.1, 23   "The army should remove natives living at former Camp Ipperwash and reoccupy the land until negotiations for its handover are completed, a Reform MP said at a public meeting here ...
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  • "Documents in Ipperwash lawsuit to be made public, Ontario judge rules"
    "Documents in Ipperwash lawsuit to be made public, Ontario judge rules"
    textnewspaper  "Documents in Ipperwash lawsuit to be made public, Ontario judge rules" , Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 26 Sep 2001     Documents in Ipperwash lawsuit to be made public, Ontario judge rules TORONTO (CP) - The Ontario government has lost a bid to keep documents on the fatal police operation at Ipperwash Provincial Park from the media, the Toronto Star reports. The documents are to be filed by lawyers ...
    textnewspaper  "Documents in Ipperwash lawsuit to be made public, Ontario judge rules" , Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 26 Sep 2001   Documents in Ipperwash lawsuit to be made public, Ontario judge rules TORONTO (CP) - The Ontario government has lost a bid to keep documents on the fatal police operation at ...
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  • "For the first time, sergeant apologizes to family for shooting Dudley George"
    "For the first time, sergeant apologizes to family for shooting Dudley George"
    textnewspaper  "For the first time, sergeant apologizes to family for shooting Dudley George", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 26 Sep 2001     For the first time, sergeant apologizes to family for shooting Dudley George LONDON, Ont. (CP) - For the first time since he shot and killed an unarmed aboriginal protester, acting Sgt. Kenneth Deane apologized to the dead man's family. Deane had come under fire for his apparent lack ...
    textnewspaper  "For the first time, sergeant apologizes to family for shooting Dudley George", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 26 Sep 2001   For the first time, sergeant apologizes to family for shooting Dudley George LONDON, Ont. (CP) - For the first time since he shot and killed an unarmed aboriginal protester, acting ...
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