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Pamela Palmater | This has been a difficult month for Prime Minister Stephen Harper in terms of Crown-First Nations relations. The First Nations Education Act has met fierce resistance.
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Pamela Palmater | 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.
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Pamela Palmater | The First Nations of Canada have to stay united against FNEA to save Aboriginal cultures and languages for future generations.
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Karl Nerenberg | 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.
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Pamela Palmater | Recognition of First Nation jurisdiction and adequate funding could change lives of First Nations and Canadians as we know it. The new First Nations Education Act accomplishes none of this.
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Pamela Palmater | 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.
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Pamela Palmater | On Friday Prime Minister Stephen Harper and National AFN Chief Shawn Atleo announced "re-tooled" education legislation. What did First Nations actually get from this announcement?
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Pamela Palmater | Should the Federal Conservative government be passing legislation dealing with the lives of First Nation children when they can't seem to even act within the law?