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The Courier
Foto fest open for clicksshow people how diverse indigenous art is and can be. The collection brings to
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
show people how diverse indigenous art is and can be. The collection brings together new commissions and recent works from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, highlighting new photographic technologies and techniques to tell the stories... Read more
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News.com.au
This is SA, on the cusp of warin South Australia, in 1910. A horse and carriage outside one of SA’s oldest h
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
in South Australia, in 1910. A horse and carriage outside one of SA’s oldest homes, Eurilla at Mount Lofty, in 1910. Aboriginal people on the West Coast at Streaky Bay in 1914. The River Torrens, looking at the City Bridge in December... Read more
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The Hindu
The mysterious ailment of civil societyfor “allegedly portraying Santhal women in bad light,” according to news report
The Hindu / Posted 3 hours ago
for “allegedly portraying Santhal women in bad light,” according to news reports. Dr. Shekhar, who comes from an aboriginal (‘tribal’) background, works as a government doctor in Pakur: he has also been precipitously suspended. The... Read more
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The North West Star
Rodeo kicks off at Gulf Country Frontier Days Festivalthe idea that it (Solid Rick) goes back to the country where it belongs," Shane
The North West Star / Posted 4 hours ago
the idea that it (Solid Rick) goes back to the country where it belongs," Shane said. "It's bigger than me. It resides in Aboriginal memory.” Day 3 of the Gulf Country Frontier Days Festival will see more Rodeo action, as the Indigenous... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Celebrating three milestones at oncesecretary, Marie Cornish. Special guest and award-winning actor, Max Cullen.
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 hours ago
secretary, Marie Cornish. Special guest and award-winning actor, Max Cullen. MC Tim Gilbert, TODAY Show Channel Nine. Aboriginal elder, Aunty Joyce Williams. Officials and committee members at the Binjang Memorial unveiling. Andrew Gee and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Crowds turn out for 200th partydancers from Wellington High School and Wellington Public School kicked off the
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 hours ago
dancers from Wellington High School and Wellington Public School kicked off the day with a captivating performance before Aboriginal elder, Aunty Joyce Williams, welcomed the crowd. There was a re-enactment of the arrival of explorer Lieutenant... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Post office can’t be ‘left to rot’The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Ch
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 hours ago
The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Charred: Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council CEO Rob Russell at the old Newcastle post office recently damaged by fire. Picture: Simone De Peak A recent fire at... Read more
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The Young Witness
Post office can’t be ‘left to rot’The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Ch
The Young Witness / Posted 5 hours ago
The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Charred: Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council CEO Rob Russell at the old Newcastle post office recently damaged by fire. Picture: Simone De Peak A recent fire at... Read more
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Western Advocate
Post office can’t be ‘left to rot’The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Ch
Western Advocate / Posted 6 hours ago
The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Charred: Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council CEO Rob Russell at the old Newcastle post office recently damaged by fire. Picture: Simone De Peak A recent fire at... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Post office can’t be ‘left to rot’The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Ch
Kiama Independent / Posted 6 hours ago
The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Charred: Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council CEO Rob Russell at the old Newcastle post office recently damaged by fire. Picture: Simone De Peak A recent fire at... Read more
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Manning River Times
Post office can’t be ‘left to rot’The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Ch
Manning River Times / Posted 6 hours ago
The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Charred: Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council CEO Rob Russell at the old Newcastle post office recently damaged by fire. Picture: Simone De Peak A recent fire at... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Post office can’t be ‘left to rot’The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Ch
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 6 hours ago
The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Charred: Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council CEO Rob Russell at the old Newcastle post office recently damaged by fire. Picture: Simone De Peak A recent fire at... Read more
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The North West Star
Post office can’t be ‘left to rot’The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Ch
The North West Star / Posted 6 hours ago
The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Charred: Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council CEO Rob Russell at the old Newcastle post office recently damaged by fire. Picture: Simone De Peak A recent fire at... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Post office can’t be ‘left to rot’The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Ch
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 hours ago
The state of Newcastle’s old post office is a “sad indictment” on the city. Charred: Awabakal Local Aboriginal Land Council CEO Rob Russell at the old Newcastle post office recently damaged by fire. Picture: Simone De Peak A recent fire at... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
RCMP looking for missing womanfor Miranda Laboucan, 36, who was last seen in Grande Prairie on Aug. 8 and was
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 8 hours ago
for Miranda Laboucan, 36, who was last seen in Grande Prairie on Aug. 8 and was reported missing on Aug. 19. Laboucan is aboriginal with long black hair, brown eyes, 5’8” tall and 187 lbs. Police would like to confirm Laboucan’s wellbeing.... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Busiest day on record for Queensland's ambulances amid shocker flu seasonit had prompted him to argue whether flu vaccinations should be free for everyo
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
it had prompted him to argue whether flu vaccinations should be free for everyone. Currently Australians over 65 years and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders aged between six months and five years are eligible for free flu jabs. "It's [free... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Multicultural event tastes like harmonyWe had a costume parade accompanied by three students playing didjeridoo with c
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 hours ago
We had a costume parade accompanied by three students playing didjeridoo with costumes including traditional Australian Aboriginal costumes, Indonesia, Pakistan, Korea, China, and Mexico. We had multicultural music playing and they tried... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Empowering Aboriginal schoolgirls to fight domestic violenceAboriginal women empowering schoolgirls in Central Australia to fight domestic
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
Aboriginal women empowering schoolgirls in Central Australia to fight domestic violence Sitting under the shade of a gum tree in a dry river bed in Central Australia, senior Aboriginal women are working to empower a group of schoolgirls in the fight... Read more
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The Tyee
Reject Site C as a Fiscal Nightmare for Taxpayers, Says Former BC Hydro Head— an increase of 72 per cent. It will also likely increase methylmercury contam
The Tyee / Posted 13 hours ago
— an increase of 72 per cent. It will also likely increase methylmercury contamination tenfold in waterways that sustain aboriginal communities. In his report, Eliesen cites a 2014 study on mega-dams by Oxford University researchers that shows... Read more
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Western Advocate
Women wanted for Pillarshave come from a wide range of backgrounds and have included activists, sportsp
Western Advocate / Posted 14 hours ago
have come from a wide range of backgrounds and have included activists, sportspeople, historians, writers, musicians, Aboriginal leaders and business people. Councillor Monica Morse is extremely passionate about women and recognising their... Read more
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The China Post
Taiwan welcomes the world as the 29th Universiade openselements. A giant LED stage and multimedia effects were integrated with the liv
The China Post / Posted 19 hours ago
elements. A giant LED stage and multimedia effects were integrated with the live performance into a 3-D spectacle. Aboriginal singers including Sanpuy Katatepan Mavaliy offered a paean to the beauty of life, and dancers wearing fantastic... Read more
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BC Local News
LifeCycles Fruit Tree Project shifts the mindset around food access in Victoriato over 45 community partners including food banks to help address food insecur
BC Local News / Posted 19 hours ago
to over 45 community partners including food banks to help address food insecurity. Most recently, the team was at the Aboriginal Back to School Picnic where Fryatt said fruit was handed out to 1,200 people. "Food is all around us, passively... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
East Corrimal beauty's shot at fashion and famecompetition, held in partnership with lead modelling agency Chic Management, is
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 19 hours ago
competition, held in partnership with lead modelling agency Chic Management, is aimed at providing a leg-up to aspiring Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander models, so that the fashion industry might become more representative of the real... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
LifeCycles Fruit Tree Project shifts the mindset around food access in Victoriato over 45 community partners including food banks to help address food insecur
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 19 hours ago
to over 45 community partners including food banks to help address food insecurity. Most recently, the team was at the Aboriginal Back to School Picnic where Fryatt said fruit was handed out to 1,200 people. “Food is all around us, passively... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘There is much more to me than playing basketball’Games PATTY MILLS is a basketball star who has not forgotten his roots. The so
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 hours ago
Games PATTY MILLS is a basketball star who has not forgotten his roots. The son of a Torres Strait Islander father and Aboriginal mother won an NBA championship with San Antonio in 2014 and brought the trophy to Australia to celebrate. In this... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘There is much more to me than playing basketball’PATTY MILLS is a basketball star who has not forgotten his roots. The son of a
Adelaide Now / Posted 20 hours ago
PATTY MILLS is a basketball star who has not forgotten his roots. The son of a Torres Strait Islander father and Aboriginal mother won an NBA championship with San Antonio in 2014 and brought the trophy to Australia to celebrate. In this week’s... Read more
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Oak Bay News
LifeCycles Fruit Tree Project shifts the mindset around food access in Victoriato over 45 community partners including food banks to help address food insecur
Oak Bay News / Posted 20 hours ago
to over 45 community partners including food banks to help address food insecurity. Most recently, the team was at the Aboriginal Back to School Picnic where Fryatt said fruit was handed out to 1,200 people. “Food is all around us, passively... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
LifeCycles Fruit Tree Project shifts the mindset around food access in Victoriato over 45 community partners including food banks to help address food insecur
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 20 hours ago
to over 45 community partners including food banks to help address food insecurity. Most recently, the team was at the Aboriginal Back to School Picnic where Fryatt said fruit was handed out to 1,200 people. “Food is all around us, passively... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘There is much more to me than playing basketball’PATTY MILLS is a basketball star who has not forgotten his roots. The son of a
Herald Sun / Posted 21 hours ago
PATTY MILLS is a basketball star who has not forgotten his roots. The son of a Torres Strait Islander father and Aboriginal mother won an NBA championship with San Antonio in 2014 and brought the trophy to Australia to celebrate. In this week’s... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Six Nations council lacks authority: lawyerdone in secret. It was well known." Earlier Friday, Shiller argued that the tr
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 21 hours ago
done in secret. It was well known." Earlier Friday, Shiller argued that the transfer process violated Hill's rights as an aboriginal and the protections of Section 35 of the Canada Constitution Act: "The existing aboriginal and treaty rights of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘There is much more to me than playing basketball’PATTY MILLS is a basketball star who has not forgotten his roots. The son of a
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
PATTY MILLS is a basketball star who has not forgotten his roots. The son of a Torres Strait Islander father and Aboriginal mother won an NBA championship with San Antonio in 2014 and brought the trophy to Australia to celebrate. In this week’s... Read more
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Perth Now
Shorten needs to step up on GSTas championed by WA, would be to the detriment of Australia’s most vulnerable m
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
as championed by WA, would be to the detriment of Australia’s most vulnerable members of society and would widen the gap on Aboriginal disadvantage.” Only NSW was sympathetic. In other words, McGowan has got about zero chance of convincing other... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Tracey Spicer, Clementine Ford part of Wollongong Writers Festivalreligion is one that we urgently need. SATURDAY 25 NOVEMBER// 2.15PM—3.30PM //
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
religion is one that we urgently need. SATURDAY 25 NOVEMBER// 2.15PM—3.30PM // $20 // WOLLONGONG ART GALLERY A HISTORY OF ABORIGINAL ILLAWARRA BEFORE COLONISATION Les Bursill OAM is an author, archaeologist and Elder in Residence at UOW’s Nowra... Read more
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Clearwater Times
NDP vows to fight pipeline expansion; Milobar concernedthe province is also committed to further consultations with First Nations on t
Clearwater Times / Posted yesterday
the province is also committed to further consultations with First Nations on the project, including the impact it has on Aboriginal rights and title. Several B.C. First Nations have filed lawsuits over the expansion. Milobar said the government... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue.... Read more
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The Border Mail
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue.... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How Nick sees without seeingGleeson asked questions that showed me what was important for him to know. Was
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Gleeson asked questions that showed me what was important for him to know. Was the woman in the painting of Richard Bell Aboriginal as well? Did they both look happy? About how old was Bell? Was he taller than her? When Gleeson asked, “What do... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue.... Read more
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The Courier
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue.... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue.... Read more
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The Young Witness
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue.... Read more
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Western Advocate
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue.... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue.... Read more
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Manning River Times
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue.... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue.... Read more
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The North West Star
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue.... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue.... Read more
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WA Today
Top Kimberley cop supports cashless welfare cardthe federal government's cashless welfare card, saying it's contributed to a re
WA Today / Posted yesterday
the federal government's cashless welfare card, saying it's contributed to a reduction in alcohol-related offences in an Aboriginal community where it's already in use. The Turnbull government will soon roll out its income management program to... Read more
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WA Today
Kimberley kids trade sex for booze, drugsChildren from remote West Australian Aboriginal communities are prostituting th
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Children from remote West Australian Aboriginal communities are prostituting themselves to score drugs and alcohol, a police officer has told an inquest. Detective Sergeant Tania McKenzie, who has worked in Kununurra since 2015, gave evidence to a... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Six Nations council lacks authority: lawyerdone in secret. It was well known." Earlier Friday, Shiller argued that the tr
The Brantford Expositor / Posted yesterday
done in secret. It was well known." Earlier Friday, Shiller argued that the transfer process violated Hill's rights as an aboriginal and the protections of Section 35 of the Canada Constitution Act: "The existing aboriginal and treaty rights of... Read more
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