by Obert Madondo: Pressure is mounting on Prime Minister Stephen Harper to tear down his stubborn wall of silence over hunger striker Chief Theresa Spence. First Nations leaders, the opposition, unions, the media, grassroots movements and individuals are urging Harper to meet with the Attawapiskat First Nation chief as her indefinite protest reaches the mid-point of its second week.
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by Assembly of First Nations: Open letter on behalf of the First Nations leaders to the Right Honourable Governor General David Johnston and the Right Honourable Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper: On behalf of the National Executive of the Assembly of First Nations, we write today regarding an urgent matter requiring immediate attention. As
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Word of Kalliana’s good deeds and fund raising efforts has travelled throughout the Cowichan Valley but now word has travelled to Los Angeles California. She will be recognized along with her mom Cathy and receive recognition for her heartwarming and inspiring work.
Kalliana (Kailie( King
King family earns honours
Lexi Bainas, Citizen
Published: Friday, November 02, 2012
Cowichan Bay’s Kalliana King and her mom, Cathy, leave on Saturday for their walk on the red carpet at a special gala in Los Angeles to recognize inspirational females from around the world.