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“You have to change your Ode to Newfoundland”: Mi’sel Joe

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Speaking at a recent forum in Corner Brook on fracking and oil development in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Miawpukek First Nation Chief Mi’sel Joe addressed the hypocrisy he says is implicit in the province’s anthem and decades of relentless natural resource exploitation and pollution.

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Much ado about being Mi’kmaq

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As the Indian status of about 70,000 people hinges on the outcome of negotiations between the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation Grand Chief and Government of Canada, those left out of the conversation should embrace the opportunity to discuss what it ‘means’ to be Mi’kmaq.

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Getting recognized

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The story of a community’s struggle for recognition…

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“We’re Rebuilding a Nation”

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Island’s First Nations movement strengthens with establishment of populated but landless Mi’kmaq band.

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Forced to leave

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The story of a Mi’kmaw forced into exile, as told by his great-great-grandson…

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An Introduction…

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TheIndependent.ca’s newest columnist introduces himself, and our first aboriginal issues column…

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