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LAWMAKERS DO NOT HAVE TO CUNSULT FIRST NATIONS - ... Canada's lawmakers do not have a duty to consult with Indigenous people before introducing legislation that may affect Aboriginal and treaty rights, the Supreme Court says in a decision that will be welcomed by the federal government, which argues such an obligation would be far too onerous. https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/tasker-indigenous-rights-cons#ultation-parliament-1.4858321
 

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TRUDEAU IGNORES FIRST NATIONS CONCERNS - ... Justin Trudeau has said Canada's government is prepared to use taxpayer dollars to push forward plans for a controversial pipeline expansion, despite protests and efforts by a provincial government to halt the project on environmental grounds..https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/apr/16/canada-trudeau-transcanada-pipeline
 

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PIPELINE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED THROUGH TERRITORIES - ... Indigenous leaders are promising to continue the fight against Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion despite the prime minister's insistence that it will be built. ...https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2018/04/15/kinder-morgan-pipeline-first-nations-block-trans-mountain-indigenous_a_23411828/
 
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FORGOTTEN HIS PROMISES TO FIRST NATIONS - ... During the 2015 election campaign, Justin Trudeau told First Nations that if we elected him, he would absolutely respect our legal right to veto any development on our territories. And yet his government has approved two major pipelines. We have no choice but to challenge the Canadian government over its pipeline plans, and continue to fight. For more, check out the video below....https://www.cbc.ca/news/opinion/promise-to-indigenous-1.3972965
 
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CLEAN WATER FOR FIRST NATIONS ... Troubled waters in First Nations communities. The northern Ontario community of Kashechewan made headlines all over Canada in 2005, when its poor water quality and unsanitary conditions forced the evacuation of 1,000 of its residents. The evacuation order raised awareness about a much larger problem: more than 80 First Nations communities are currently under "boiled water advisories" . ...https://canadians.org/fn-water
 

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SUICIDE AND SELF HARM - MUST STOP! ... Suicide and self-harm is the leading cause of death for indigenous Canadians up to the age of 44. Selena Randhawa talks to young First Nations people about the shocking deprivation and deep despair that lie behind this epidemic. "... And I hope that we will not have to bury one more innocent child – the future of our communities and the future of our nation." ...https://www.theguardian.com/inequality/2017/aug/30/our-society-is-broken-what-can-stop-canadas-first-nations-suicide-epidemic
 

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METIS PEOPLE ... In the 2015 federal election campaign, the Liberal Party promised to engage in "nation to nation" negotiations with the "Métis Nation" to establish Métis self-government and to settle unresolved land claims. Discussions are now under way with the provincial affiliates of the Métis National Council in Alberta, Manitoba, and Ontario. Success, however, will be difficult to attain for reasons of demography, geography, and history.. https://www.fraserinstitute.org/tags/aboriginal-issues
 

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NATIVE FAMILIES TOGETHER ... Vulnerable indigenous families worried about losing their children will now have a stronger voice in court through the Aboriginal Family Healing Court Conference pilot program that includes band Elders in proceedings as a source of support and guidance. "Today's announcement marks an important step toward our goal to improve outcomes for Aboriginal children and families," said Suzanne Anton, Attorney General and Minister ... https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2017CFD0001-000131
 

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DRINKING WATER CRISIS ... New government data shows there are approximately 150 drinking water advisories in First Nations communities in Canada. Seventy one of these are long-term. It's difficult to imagine a human right more basic than access to air and water that is safe to breathe and drink. Our very lives and well-being depend on these fundamental rights.  (more) https://www.ecojustice.ca/drinking-water-crisis-first-nations-communities-violates-human-rights/
 

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EDUCATION SYSTEM FAILING NATIVES? ... Only 51 percent of Natives in the class of 2010 graduated high school. Native Hawaiians fare better, but still underperform compared to their peers -- as best we can tell from the limited data, anyway. These disparities are in large part the result of inadequate federal funding(more) https://www.usnews.com/education/high-schools/articles/2013/06/06/graduation-rates-dropping-among-native-american-students
 

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UNRESERVED ... Unreserved is the radio space for Indigenous community, culture, and conversation. Host Rosanna Deerchild takes you straight into Indigenous Canada, from Halifax to Haida Gwaii, from Shamattawa to Ottawa, introducing listeners to the storytellers, culture makers and community shakers from across the country. The Unreserved team offers real talk from the people behind the headlines, with a soundtrack from the best in Indigenous music. (more) http://www.cbc.ca/radio/unreserved/about
 
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OF SLOTS AND DEATH ... ON A rainy weekday afternoon, Mike Justice pushes his two-year-old son in a pram up a hill on the Siletz Reservation, a desolate, wooded area along the coast of Oregon. Although there are jobs at the nearby casino, Mr Justice, a member of the nearly 5,000-strong Siletz tribe, is unemployed. (more) https://www.economist.com/news/united-states/21639547-how-cash-casinos-makes-native-americans-poorer-slots-and-sloth?zid=311&ah=308cac674cccf554ce65cf926868bbc2
 
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POOR HEALTH? ... Last year in, the family of Brian Sinclair withdrew from the inquest into his death. Citing systemic racism within the health care system, the Sinclair family lost confidence that the inquiry would address the root cause of death for the aboriginal man who suffered for 34 hours in the Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre Emergency room.  (more) https://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-debate/why-is-canada-ignoring-the-health-of-aboriginal-peoples/article23856403/
 
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INJUSTICE RECORDED AGAIN ... The Dakota Pipeline battle is over and the smoke has cleared at Standing Rock, and once again history records another injustice, one more in a long train of abuses perpetrated upon First Nations people by a North American government. Since First Nations Drum last report on Standing Rock was published late November of last year, winter arrived and camp population dwindled to a few ... (more) http://www.firstnationsdrum.com/2017/04/the-legacy-of-standing-rock/
 

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HOUSING PROBLEMS ... The social conditions of Indigenous peoples in Canada vary greatly according to place of residence, income level, family and cultural factors and classification (i.e., First Nations, Métis and Inuit). Areas of particular social concern include housing, employment, education, health, justice, and family and cultural growth ... (more) http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/native-people-social-conditions/
 

FIRST NATIONS FILMS first nationsINFO/EMAIL first nations604-318-5418 - distributes our exclusive collection of films all over the world. Groups, educators and individuals from the Outback of Australia to the far reaches of Canada's north, from Vancouver Island to the coast of Japan have purchased and are using our films in their classrooms, schools and libraries. First Nations Films educates and entertains people from all over the world as we spread "Our Stories" and concerns about First Nations People.

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LIST OF OUR FILMS
for Streaming and on DVD

First Nations History (the truth!)
Our Healing Journey
 (health)

Spirit of the People
 (the people)

Rise of the Salmon People
 (the land)

Reclaiming
 (rights and responsibilities)

Our Fires Still Burn
 (experience)
Nanabozhung
 (First Nations solutions)
The Dugout
 (working together)
Journey of Hope (transformation)
Life on the Reserve (real stories)
Making a Drum (ancient arts)
Native Young! (on native youth)
Reclaiming Our Children (wellness)
Residential Schools (other side)
First Nations Suicide (answers) 
Living in Two Worlds (old and new)
The Medicine Wheel (spirituality)
Whose Land is This? (settlement)
Making Treaties (land settlement)
Role Models (inspiration)
Beat of the Drum (native music)
Native Women: Politics (history)
UnBowed (courage and truth)
In Search of the Hamat'sa (dance)
Dancing on the Moon (drama)
Deception of Freedom (law)
Sacred Buffalo People (culture)
Sleep Dancer (a dramatic journey)
Vanishing Links (returning)
HIV - If There's a Will ..(hiv)
Echoes of the Sisters (cancer)
The Storytellers (truth and honor)
The Pipe Makers (making the pipe)
Medicine People (ceremonies)

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