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STANLEY VERDICT OF NOT GUILTY A SLAP IN THE FACE OF RECONCILIATION

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London, Ontario, Feb 13th, 2018 – All across Canada indigenous peoples have been angered, shocked, and saddened by the not guilty verdict in the Colten Boushie case.  It is a stark reminder for many indigenous peoples that for them, there is no justice. It's a reminder for all of us that discrimination is alive and well in Canada.  The mere fact that an all-white jury found a white man not guilty ...
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WALKING IN BALANCE III & MENTAL HEALTH TRAINING

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WALKING IN BALANCE III: HEALING OUR FAMILY AND COMMUNITY This forum will focus on Family Restoration, Family Violence and Healthy Relationships through Traditional Knowledge Keepers and personal accounts of lived experience. This forum will help young adults, community members and front line workers work toward supporting and strengthening their family within the community. Up to (6) attende...
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CLIMATE CHANGE SYMPOSIUM

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When: March 6 - 7th, 2018 Where: Oneida Nation Community Centre, Rm Bear's Den, 2017 Ball Park Rd, Southwold, ON N0L 2G0 Topics of Discussion: - Securing Provincial Funding - Alternative Energy and Housing - Economic Development - Adaptation and Traditional Ecological Knowledge Click HERE for more information on the event and registration More Details to come  
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Media Release: HEALTH/SOCIAL ADVISORY BOARD (H/SAB) TO CONNECT ON VITAL INDIGENOUS ISSUES

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Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Ontario November 28th, 2017 – Chiefs from the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indian communities came together on Tuesday with community experts and specialists at Tyendinaga. The two-day session provided an opportunity to meet with Minister representatives, discuss portfolio updates, and implement health and social services projects. Associate Deputy Minister Sh...
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MEDIA RELEASE: Ottawa To Give Fair Share (?)

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MEDIA RELEASE Ottawa, Ontario November 27th 2017 - Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians Grand Chief Joel Abram will be joined by A.I.A.I chiefs from different communities in Ottawa today. They will be meeting with the honorable Jane Philpott, Minister of Indigenous Affairs, to discuss why our people are not receiving a fair share in a number of areas. One such concern is the polluted dri...
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A TIME TO REMEMBER THE PAST AND REFLECT ON TOMORROW

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London, Ontario November 10th, 2017 – This Remembrance Day, the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians wishes to pay its’ respects to all those who have served in the military, past and present, and to all those who paid the ultimate sacrifice so that we can enjoy the freedoms that we do today.  First Nation veterans were often in the forefront alongside their fellow soldiers and many also did...
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TREATY RECOGNITION WEEK SEEKS AWARENESS NOT MISREADING

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Media Release London, Ontario November 8th, 2017 – The first week of November is officially recognized by Ontario as Treaties Recognition Week. It is important to for everyone to know the details of what is on the treaties. Since their creation what has been written within them have been neglected so, people have a misguided view of the rights promised to the Indigenous peoples. Many people have...
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Employment Opportunity: Request for Proposals

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  “TERM CONTRACT”  REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS  First Nation New Teacher Induction Program   Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians DESCRIPTION:  The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians (AIAI) is seeking proposals to fill a Term Consultant position for the AIAI Education Partnership Program (EPP).  The project involves the development of a First Nation New Teacher Induc...
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