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First Nations Summit welcomes new Federal Principles regarding the Government of Canada's relationship with Indigenous peoples

Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver, BC— Leaders of the First Nations Summit are welcoming today’s announcement outlining...

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AFN-Canada Memorandum of Understanding a positive step towards reconciliation

June 12, Coast Salish Territory, Vancouver, British Columbia – Leaders of the First Nations Summit...

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First Nations Summit welcomes federal review

Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver, BC— Leaders of the First Nations Summit are welcoming the federal review...

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A Great Day for Indigenous People in Canada: First Nations Summit very optimistic following appointment of new Federal Cabinet

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 4, 2015 A Great Day for Indigenous People in Canada: First...

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First Nations Leadership Council optimistic as Prime Minister Trudeau appoints new Liberal Cabinet

FIRST NATIONS LEADERSHIP COUNCIL News Release For Immediate Release November 4, 2015 First Nations Leadership...

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First Nations Summit looks to new Federal Liberal Government to implement key aboriginal Commitments

Coast Salish Traditional Territory (Vancouver) – Leaders of the First Nations Summit (FNS) congratulate Prime...

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Responses From Liberal and NDP Leadership Candidates “What will you do?”

(Coast Salish Territory / Vancouver – February 25, 2011) The BC Assembly of First Nations,...

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First Nations Summit Pleased Responsibility For Indian Affairs Remains In BC Following Shuffle

Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver – The First Nations Summit is welcoming the appointment of John Duncan...

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First Nations Summit Optimistic with Appointment of Hon. Chuck Strahl as Minister of Indian Affairs

Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver – The First Nations Summit is welcoming the appointment of Chuck Strahl...

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An Open Letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Finance Minister Jim Flaherty: First Nations Summit Dismayed by Federal Budget 2007

COAST SALISH TERRITORY/VANCOUVER, B.C. – The First Nations Summit is deeply disappointed with the 2007...

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Summit Reaction to Conservative Budget: "Prime Minister Harper’s budget not only fails to “put wheels” on Kelowna Accord, he stops it altogether"

Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver – Today’s federal budget, consistent with the recent federal Throne Speech, provides...

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First Nations Summit disappointed with Federal Throne Speech

Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver – The First Nations Summit notes the weak signal that the federal...

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