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(May 25, 2017) First Nation children and youth are dying senseless and needless deaths in ever increasing numbers. The latest incident was the discovery of a 14-year-old child’s body last Thursday in a Thunder Bay river, where far too many of our peoples have died mysteriously over the past decade. We need both Ontario and Canada to act upon last year’s recommendations from the Thunder Bay Inquest into the deaths of seven First Nation youth.

TORONTO, ON (March 21, 2017) – Tomorrow, March 22 is World Water Day. Since 1993, the United Nations has made this a day of to bring awareness to issues related to the future of water around the globe. Ontario alone has over one-fifth of the world’s fresh water.

Shared Territory of Haudenosaunee and Mississauga Nations (Toronto) --- Over the Labour Day long weekend, thousands of American Indians and First Nations from Canada gathered at Standing Rock Sioux Nation in North Dakota to protest the construction of a pipeline that will add another sad chapter to the long list of atrocities committed against our Peoples.

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