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  • "Investigators Uncover Bogus Aboriginal ID Card Scam"
    "Investigators Uncover Bogus Aboriginal ID Card Scam"
    newspaperpublication  "Investigators Uncover Bogus Aboriginal ID Card Scam", Turtle Island News, 2 Dec 1998     "VANCOUVER - Police and B.C. government investigators have uncovered a scam in which at least two groups of crooks use forged aboriginal identification cards to cash stolen and bogus checks."
    newspaperpublication  "Investigators Uncover Bogus Aboriginal ID Card Scam", Turtle Island News, 2 Dec 1998   "VANCOUVER - Police and B.C. government investigators have uncovered a scam in which at least two groups of crooks use forged aboriginal identification cards to cash stolen and bogus checks."
    Six Nations Public Library
  • "Must Pauline's Supporters Riot?"
    "Must Pauline's Supporters Riot?"
    newspaperpublication  Weir, Harold, "Must Pauline's Supporters Riot?", "Must Pauline's Supporters Riot?", Vancouver Sun, 1962     "Vancouver people like the name 'Pauline Johnson,' but the commission does not like it. And yet it is the people and not the commission who own the place and pay the shot for it."
    newspaperpublication  Weir, Harold, "Must Pauline's Supporters Riot?", "Must Pauline's Supporters Riot?", Vancouver Sun, 1962   "Vancouver people like the name 'Pauline Johnson,' but the commission does not like it. And yet it is the people and not the commission who own the place and pay ...
    Six Nations Public Library
  • "Government Apology For Abuses A Welcome Step, Says Tribal Council"
    "Government Apology For Abuses A Welcome Step, Says Tribal Council"
    newspaperpublication  "Government Apology For Abuses A Welcome Step, Says Tribal Council", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 13 Dec 2000     "VANCOUVER (CP) - The B.C. treaty process will be given a kick-start Monday as federal and provincial officials exchange offers of terms with leaders of the largest band on Vancouver Island."
    newspaperpublication  "Government Apology For Abuses A Welcome Step, Says Tribal Council", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 13 Dec 2000   "VANCOUVER (CP) - The B.C. treaty process will be given a kick-start Monday as federal and provincial officials exchange offers of terms with leaders of the largest band on Vancouver ...
    Six Nations Public Library
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