NDP Aboriginal Affairs critic elicits a response of sweeping disdain from Minister Valcourt when she shares the Confederacy of Nations invitation to meet over Bill C-33.
first nations education act
Even following National Chief Shawn Atleo's resignation, the First Nations Education Act is not dead, only "on hold." Don't stop fighting until it's dead, says Pamela Palmater.
Idle No More
Idle No More issues a response about National Chief Shawn Atleo's resignation. In short, the question is, who was Atleo really serving? The Indigenous communities or the Harper government?
There is an important conversation happening among Indigenous communities right now about the First Nations Education Act. If you are confused about the details, here is a great primer to help.
The First Nations of Canada have to stay united against FNEA to save Aboriginal cultures and languages for future generations.
Shawn Atleo has resigned from his position as national chief of the Assembly of First Nations. Atleo made the announcement at a news conference this afternoon.
The House is dealing with the Fair Elections Act, the temporary foreign workers issue, the First Nations Education Act, the newest omnibus budget bill and much more, all in great haste.
Every time National Chief Shawn Atleo or Stephen Harper speaks, it becomes more and more apparent that they are not of the same mind in terms of what FNEA entails.
In case you were wondering how and why a blue coloured dot has appeared on some famous First Nations portraits that are in black and white, welcome to the Blue Dot movement.
With the Fair Elections Act, 2014 Federal Budget, First Nations Education Act and more, it begs the question: Has Canada gone too far into Conservative politics to turn back?