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Media Types Newspapers   Geographic Location Kettle Point   Groups First Nations, Metis, Inuit, Aboriginal (Canada)  
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  • "Natives Are Still Waiting for Specifics"
    "Natives Are Still Waiting for Specifics"
    newspaperpublication  Morrisseau, Miles, "Natives Are Still Waiting for Specifics", "Natives Are Still Waiting for Specifics", Southam News, Fall 1992     "There should have been little surprise that the Assembly of First Nations chiefs were unable to endorse the Charlottetown accord in Squamish, B.C., last week."
    newspaperpublication  Morrisseau, Miles, "Natives Are Still Waiting for Specifics", "Natives Are Still Waiting for Specifics", Southam News, Fall 1992   "There should have been little surprise that the Assembly of First Nations chiefs were unable to endorse the Charlottetown accord in Squamish, B.C., last week."
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  • "Most Racism is Subtle- But it's Scary Just the Same
    "Most Racism is Subtle- But it's Scary Just the Same
    newspaperpublication  Winter 1993     "There's an old saying that goes: "The only good Indian is a dead Indian"."
    newspaperpublication  Winter 1993   "There's an old saying that goes: "The only good Indian is a dead Indian"."
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  • "Bad Start for Year of Indigenous People"
    "Bad Start for Year of Indigenous People"
    newspaperpublication  Morrisseau, Miles, "Bad Start for Year of Indigenous People", "Bad Start for Year of Indigenous People", Southam News, Spring 1993     "Perhaps it might be a good time to call off the Year of Indigenous People until we've reached a point where there is something to celebrate. Unless things are going a lot better in the rest of the world than they are here, it's not exactly shaping up to be ...
    newspaperpublication  Morrisseau, Miles, "Bad Start for Year of Indigenous People", "Bad Start for Year of Indigenous People", Southam News, Spring 1993   "Perhaps it might be a good time to call off the Year of Indigenous People until we've reached a point where there is something to celebrate. Unless things are going ...
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  • "PM's Record Offers Little for Natives to Celebrate"
    "PM's Record Offers Little for Natives to Celebrate"
    newspaperpublication  Morrisseau, Miles, "PM's Record Offers Little for Natives to Celebrate", "PM's Record Offers Little for Natives to Celebrate", Southam News, Summer 1993     "As the Mulroney era comes to a close, natives, like others, are taking stock of the retiring prime minister's record and his influence in their lives."
    newspaperpublication  Morrisseau, Miles, "PM's Record Offers Little for Natives to Celebrate", "PM's Record Offers Little for Natives to Celebrate", Southam News, Summer 1993   "As the Mulroney era comes to a close, natives, like others, are taking stock of the retiring prime minister's record and his influence in their lives."
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  • "It's Illegal, But It's Also Their Right"
    "It's Illegal, But It's Also Their Right"
    newspaperpublication  Morrsseau, Miles, "It's Illegal, But It's Also Their Right", "It's Illegal, But It's Also Their Right", Southam News, Fall 1993     "I recently went hunting with a friend, and it was on this little jaunt that I learned the true complexity of hunting rights and land claims."
    newspaperpublication  Morrsseau, Miles, "It's Illegal, But It's Also Their Right", "It's Illegal, But It's Also Their Right", Southam News, Fall 1993   "I recently went hunting with a friend, and it was on this little jaunt that I learned the true complexity of hunting rights and land claims."
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  • "Natives Regain Camp Ipperwash"
    "Natives Regain Camp Ipperwash"
    newspaperpublication  Winter 1994     "A federal budget decision to return Camp Ipperwash to its original native owners was hailed as historical Tuesday, but band members say they won't move back until the government cleans up the area."
    newspaperpublication  Winter 1994   "A federal budget decision to return Camp Ipperwash to its original native owners was hailed as historical Tuesday, but band members say they won't move back until the government cleans ...
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