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INDIGENOUS ORGANIZATIONS CALL FOR CANADA TO DO THE RIGHT THING

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London, Ontario September 2nd, 2021 – A motion was recently brought forward by the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (CHRT) that Canada was incompliant with a previous order to fund First Nations Child and Family Services Agencies and Jordan’s Principle.  The Tribunal ordered that Canada provide funding for Child Welfare, prevention...
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2022 – 23 CORDA

The Canada Ontario Resource Development Agreement (CORDA) Office is now accepting funding applications for 2022-2023.Eligible project categories include: · Forestry · Trapping · Fishing · Harvesting (such as wild rice) · Resource planning · Eco-Tourism · Maple syrup production · And more! Projects may include training (such as a youth trapper courses), employment, stewardship, traditional lea...
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Policy Advisor – Inter-Governmental Relationships SUMMARY The Policy and Government Relations Advisor gathers, analyses, reviews and reports data related to government initiatives, legislation, and policies in order to advise the AIAI Executive and Chiefs Council of any potential impacts relating to our Member Nation Communities. Responsibilities also include ensuring data is presented in a...
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AIAI CONGRATULATES FIRST FEMALE NATIONAL CHIEF ROSEANNE ARCHIBALD

London, Ontario July 8th, 2021 – The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians is pleased to extend it’s congratulations to the first female Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Roseanne Archibald. Roseanne was elected to office on July 8th and ran against Reginald Bellerose, Jodi Calahoo-Stonehouse, Lee Crowchild, Alvin Fiddler, Kevin T. Hart, and Cathy Martin. Grand Chief Joel Abram...
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AIAI EXTENDS ITS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NEW ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF

London, Ontario June 17h, 2021 – At the 47th Annual All Ontario Chiefs Conference (AOCC), on Day 2, Roseanne Archibald spoke about her term as Ontario Regional Chief (ORC) and extended her thanks to all assembled and good luck for the new ORC that is to be elected. A number of candidates were seeking the office of ORC such as Larry Sault, Jason Smallboy, Elaine Johnson, Sasha Maracle, Nathan Wrig...
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$10 MILLION FROM ONTARIO IS A START FOR MORE PROGRESS

London, Ontario June 15th, 2021 – After speaking at the All Ontario Chiefs Conference (AOCC), Minister Rickford joined Ontario Premier Doug Ford for a press conference announcing $10 million will be spent over the next three years to help identify and commemorate burial sites at former residential schools. This is a step in the right direction and paves the way for more progress in building a Na...
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