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  • "War of 1812: Battle of York, Celebrates 200th Anniversary"
    "War of 1812: Battle of York, Celebrates 200th Anniversary"
    textnewspaper  "War of 1812: Battle of York, Celebrates 200th Anniversary", Turtle Island News, 1 May 2013, p.5     "Over 7,000 people participated in the commemorative ceremonies held inside the walls of Fort York National Historic Site marking the anniversary of the Battle of York."
    textnewspaper  "War of 1812: Battle of York, Celebrates 200th Anniversary", Turtle Island News, 1 May 2013, p.5   "Over 7,000 people participated in the commemorative ceremonies held inside the walls of Fort York National Historic Site marking the anniversary of the Battle of York."
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  • "Legal Nicety: Law Society defends lower test bar"
    "Legal Nicety: Law Society defends lower test bar"
    textnewspaper  "Legal Nicety: Law Society defends lower test bar", Turtle Island News, 14 Oct 1998     "TORONTO (CP) - An Ontario decision to allow 29 students who failed their bar exams to become lawyers has resulted in a furore but is part of a plan to make legal profession more accessible for the disadvantaged."
    textnewspaper  "Legal Nicety: Law Society defends lower test bar", Turtle Island News, 14 Oct 1998   "TORONTO (CP) - An Ontario decision to allow 29 students who failed their bar exams to become lawyers has resulted in a furore but is part of a plan to ...
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  • "Fontaine gets whopping raise while AFN cuts corners"
    "Fontaine gets whopping raise while AFN cuts corners"
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "Fontaine gets whopping raise while AFN cuts corners", Turtle Island News, 8 Jul 1998, pp.1-2     Fontaine gets whopping raise while AFN cuts corners By Lynda Powless, Editor A $40,000 a year raise for Assembly of First Nations (AFN) leader Phil Fontaine is "ridiculous" says a Six Nations Councillor who says "there's no way only 30 chiefs should be allowed to do that (approve ...
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "Fontaine gets whopping raise while AFN cuts corners", Turtle Island News, 8 Jul 1998, pp.1-2   Fontaine gets whopping raise while AFN cuts corners By Lynda Powless, Editor A $40,000 a year raise for Assembly of First Nations (AFN) leader Phil Fontaine is "ridiculous" says a ...
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  • "War of 1812: Battle of York, Celebrates 200th Anniversary"
    "War of 1812: Battle of York, Celebrates 200th Anniversary"
    newspaperpublication  "War of 1812: Battle of York, Celebrates 200th Anniversary", Turtle Island News, 1 May 2013, p.5     "Over 7,000 people participated in the commemorative ceremonies held inside the walls of Fort York National Historic Site marking the anniversary of the Battle of York."
    newspaperpublication  "War of 1812: Battle of York, Celebrates 200th Anniversary", Turtle Island News, 1 May 2013, p.5   "Over 7,000 people participated in the commemorative ceremonies held inside the walls of Fort York National Historic Site marking the anniversary of the Battle of York."
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  • "Pan Am flame arrives amid stormy weather to Toronto"
    "Pan Am flame arrives amid stormy weather to Toronto"
    textnewspaper  Hanagan, Dennis, "Pan Am flame arrives amid stormy weather to Toronto", Turtle Island News, 3 Jun 2015     Pan Am flame arrives amid stormy weather to Toronto By Dennis Hanagan, Special to Turtle Island News TORONTO - Thunder showers poured down as indigenous people including Mississauga Elder Garry Sault crossed the Toronto Harbour carrying the sacred Pan Am flame that stayed alight ...
    textnewspaper  Hanagan, Dennis, "Pan Am flame arrives amid stormy weather to Toronto", Turtle Island News, 3 Jun 2015   Pan Am flame arrives amid stormy weather to Toronto By Dennis Hanagan, Special to Turtle Island News TORONTO - Thunder showers poured down as indigenous people including Mississauga Elder Garry ...
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  • "Chippewas of Thames appealing Enbridge Line 9 decision"
    "Chippewas of Thames appealing Enbridge Line 9 decision"
    textnewspaper  Hanagan, Dennis, "Chippewas of Thames appealing Enbridge Line 9 decision", Turtle Island News, 17 Jun 2015     "Chippewas of the Thames were in federal court here June 16 to appeal a ruling by the National Energy Board that would allow Enbridge to transport tar sands diluted bitumen through its Line 9 pipeline, that runs through southern Ontario, to the east coast for shipping."
    textnewspaper  Hanagan, Dennis, "Chippewas of Thames appealing Enbridge Line 9 decision", Turtle Island News, 17 Jun 2015   "Chippewas of the Thames were in federal court here June 16 to appeal a ruling by the National Energy Board that would allow Enbridge to transport tar sands diluted bitumen ...
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  • "Resource revenues could lift some First Nations out of poverty, report urges"
    "Resource revenues could lift some First Nations out of poverty, report urges"
    textnewspaper  "Resource revenues could lift some First Nations out of poverty, report urges", Turtle Island News, 4 Mar 2015     "Aboriginal people need to share fully in resource revenues in order to use those developments to lift their communities out of poverty, says a new report submitted to the federal government and the Assembly of First Nations."
    textnewspaper  "Resource revenues could lift some First Nations out of poverty, report urges", Turtle Island News, 4 Mar 2015   "Aboriginal people need to share fully in resource revenues in order to use those developments to lift their communities out of poverty, says a new report submitted to the federal ...
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  • "Court forces Ontario to live up to First Nations/OLG agreement: First Nations to get seat on board"
    "Court forces Ontario to live up to First Nations/OLG agreement: First Nations to get seat on board"
    textnewspaper  Miller, Adam, "Court forces Ontario to live up to First Nations/OLG agreement: First Nations to get seat on board", Turtle Island News, 20 May 2015     Court forces Ontario to live up to First Nations/OLG agreement: First Nations to get seat on board By Adam Miller, THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO - A First Nations group has won a seven-year legal battle to have a seat on the board of directors of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming ...
    textnewspaper  Miller, Adam, "Court forces Ontario to live up to First Nations/OLG agreement: First Nations to get seat on board", Turtle Island News, 20 May 2015   Court forces Ontario to live up to First Nations/OLG agreement: First Nations to get seat on board By Adam Miller, THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO - A First Nations group has ...
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  • "Casino Rama - Six Nations to get $4 million"
    "Casino Rama - Six Nations to get $4 million"
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "Casino Rama - Six Nations to get $4 million", Turtle Island News, 23 Dec 1998, pp.1, 3     Casino Rama dollars - Six Nations to get $4 million By Lynda Powless, Editor TORONTO - With the threat of Ontario moving in to disperse Casino Rama profits Band Council Chiefs from across Ontario agreed to a funding formula last Thursday that will see $48 million in profit split ...
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "Casino Rama - Six Nations to get $4 million", Turtle Island News, 23 Dec 1998, pp.1, 3   Casino Rama dollars - Six Nations to get $4 million By Lynda Powless, Editor TORONTO - With the threat of Ontario moving in to disperse Casino Rama profits Band Council ...
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  • "Officers believed natives would attack homes"
    "Officers believed natives would attack homes"
    textnewspaper  "Officers believed natives would attack homes", Turtle Island News, 15 Jul 1998     "Some Ontario Provincial Police officers feared aboriginals would attack their homes and moved their families out after an officer killed a protester at Ipperwash Provincial Park, police records reveal."
    textnewspaper  "Officers believed natives would attack homes", Turtle Island News, 15 Jul 1998   "Some Ontario Provincial Police officers feared aboriginals would attack their homes and moved their families out after an officer killed a protester at Ipperwash Provincial Park, police records reveal."
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  • "Chiefs of Ontario call Bill C-10 attack on constitution and treaty rights"
    "Chiefs of Ontario call Bill C-10 attack on constitution and treaty rights"
    textnewspaper  Hanagan, Dennis, "Chiefs of Ontario call Bill C-10 attack on constitution and treaty rights", Turtle Island News, 11 Jun 2014     Chiefs of Ontario call Bill C-10 attack on constitution and treaty rights By Dennis Hanagan, Special to Turtle Island News TORONTO - Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy told a press conference here June 10 that the Chiefs of Ontario (COO) oppose the federal government's Bill C-10 ...
    textnewspaper  Hanagan, Dennis, "Chiefs of Ontario call Bill C-10 attack on constitution and treaty rights", Turtle Island News, 11 Jun 2014   Chiefs of Ontario call Bill C-10 attack on constitution and treaty rights By Dennis Hanagan, Special to Turtle Island News TORONTO - Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy told a press ...
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  • "Proud day for Six Nations lacrosse fans as eight drafted to NLL"
    "Proud day for Six Nations lacrosse fans as eight drafted to NLL"
    textnewspaper  Becker, Neil, "Proud day for Six Nations lacrosse fans as eight drafted to NLL", Turtle Island News, 24 Sep 2014     Proud day for Six Nations lacrosse fans as eight drafted to NLL By Neil Becker, Sports Writer The NLL Draft is obviously a magical moment where athletes come with family and dream about hearing their names called. On Monday September 22nd at the National Lacrosse League Draft at ...
    textnewspaper  Becker, Neil, "Proud day for Six Nations lacrosse fans as eight drafted to NLL", Turtle Island News, 24 Sep 2014   Proud day for Six Nations lacrosse fans as eight drafted to NLL By Neil Becker, Sports Writer The NLL Draft is obviously a magical moment where athletes come with family ...
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  • "Stories of residential school abuse can be shredded after 15 years"
    "Stories of residential school abuse can be shredded after 15 years"
    textnewspaper  Perkel, Colin, "Stories of residential school abuse can be shredded after 15 years", Turtle Island News, 6 Apr 2016     "Survivors of Canada's notorious residential school system have the right to see their stories archived if they wish but their accounts must otherwise be destroyed in 15 years. Ontario's top court ruled in a split decision Monday."
    textnewspaper  Perkel, Colin, "Stories of residential school abuse can be shredded after 15 years", Turtle Island News, 6 Apr 2016   "Survivors of Canada's notorious residential school system have the right to see their stories archived if they wish but their accounts must otherwise be destroyed in 15 years. Ontario's top ...
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  • "Ontario funds research on sexual violence against Indigenous Women, police tactics, support services"
    "Ontario funds research on sexual violence against Indigenous Women, police tactics, support services"
    textnewspaper  Hanagan, Dennis, "Ontario funds research on sexual violence against Indigenous Women, police tactics, support services", Turtle Island News, 20 Apr 2016     "Three Ontario cabinet ministers announced here April 18 that the province is putting more than $250,000 toward research projects to evaluate how police involvement might be affecting the way indigenous women report - or don't report - incidents of sexual violence or harassment against them."
    textnewspaper  Hanagan, Dennis, "Ontario funds research on sexual violence against Indigenous Women, police tactics, support services", Turtle Island News, 20 Apr 2016   "Three Ontario cabinet ministers announced here April 18 that the province is putting more than $250,000 toward research projects to evaluate how police involvement might be affecting the way indigenous ...
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