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ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF PUSHES ONTARIO FOR RECOGNITION OF THE GOVERNMENT TO GOVERNMENT RELATIONS WITH FIRST NATIONS

(TORONTO, July 19, 2017)  The Council of the Federation (COF) met this week in Edmonton to focus on a number of important issues; mostly on economic matters such as NAFTA, cross-border trade and cannabis legalization.  As reported in th

Ontario First Nations Young Peoples Council’s thoughts on Canada 150

(TORONTO, June 30, 2017)  “We the OFNYPC write this statement to you with the intention of encouraging dialogue, building hope, and pushing for interpersonal and governmental relationships that are built on reciprocity

Regional Chief Isadore Day Statement: Canada 150 is Not a Cause For Celebration

(Toronto, June 29, 2017)  “On July 1st, 2017, Canadians will be gathering across the country to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the formation of both Canada and the Province of Ontario.

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY STATEMENT; FEDERAL GOVERNMENT APPEAL TO CANADIAN HUMAN RIGHTS TRIBUNAL RULING ON FIRST NATION CHILD WELFARE IS A "SLAP IN THE FACE" FOLLOWING NATIONAL ABORIGINAL DAY

(Toronto, June 23, 2017) “Today’s announcement that the federal government will seek clarity from the Federal Court on two specific aspects of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal rulings creates further delays and continues to imperil

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY CALLS FOR GREATER EDUCATION, AND AWARENESS OF FIRST NATIONS CULTURE ON NATIONAL ABORIGINAL DAY

TORONTO (June 21, 2017) — Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day is welcoming National Aboriginal Day by calling for greater education and awareness by all Canadians on First Nations culture, Peoples and our true shared history

MEDIA ADVISORY - 43RD ANNUAL ALL ONTARIO CHIEFS CONFERENCE (AOCC) BEGINS TOMORROW AT LAC SEUL FIRST NATION

TORONTO (June 12, 2017) - The 43rd All Ontario Chiefs Conference (AOCC) will be held from Tuesday, June 13th to Thursday, June 15th at Lac Seul First Nation.

ALL ONTARIO CHIEFS CONFERENCE

Meeting Location:

Lac Seul Event Centre

FIRST NATION LEADER CALLS UPON CARNIVAL BAND TO RECALL DISRESPECTFUL INDIGENOUS OUTFIT FROM THE 2017 TORONTO CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL

OTTAWA (May 3, 2017) --- A First Nation leader is calling for a traditional Indigenous headdress and outfit be withdrawn from the Toronto Caribbean Carnival, which is marking its theme to mark Canada

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