By: Michael Melanson
Winnipeg Free Press
Mary AGNES WELCH writes (The genocide test, July 12) that a conversation is underway about "whether the treatment of indigenous peoples -- the forced relocations, the man-made famines, the loss of land, the outlawing of religious practices and especially the removal of children over the last century -- meets the genocide test."
Read more: Canadian policies don't meet 'genocide test'
Keith Baldrey / Burnaby Now
Well, that didn’t take long. Last week, I wrote that, while the Supreme Court of Canada decision granting aboriginal title didn’t mean the sky was falling, there would certainly be stormy times ahead.
Read more: First Nation issues ‘eviction’ notice
The Canadian Press
HALIFAX - Native leaders are expected to discuss the implications of the Supreme Court's recent decision granting aboriginal title for the first time when they meet this week in Halifax for the annual meeting of the Assembly of First Nations.
Read more: First Nations leaders to meet in Halifax