Staff ~ The Prince Albert Daily Herald
Seven years ago today, the United Nations passed the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. It is something that deserves recognition and celebration, but it is also a reminder that so much more work needs to be done.
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By Susan Hallett
Many eyes are on Ottawa now that the subject of freeing the Ottawa River’s “Kettle of Boiling Waters” (Chaudiere Falls) has come into focus. Before being harnessed for industry, the Chaudiere Falls were second only to Niagara Falls. They were and are Algonquin Territory and remain sacred to the Algonquin people.
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The Countess of Wessex, Sophie Rhys-Jones, will spend three days in northern Ontario this week, including an overnight visit to a remote First Nation.
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