Thursday, April 26, 2012

Onchaminahos School:EARTH DAY 2012

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Monday, April 16, 2012

Why First Nations cling to their reserves

Why First Nations cling to their reserves

Certain questions come back time after time in mainstream Canada's hunt for understanding of First Nations issues. One of the most important focuses on the nature of reserve communities. If the situations on Canada's First Nations reserves are so horrible, why don't the people just leave?
Canadians seem baffled by this. The images of squalor, poverty and rampant Third World conditions have confounded them. No one can imagine having to endure such despairing environments. Yet, year after year, another First Nation community emerges to shock them all over again. They listen while governments and First Nations leaders blame each other for the failure of the system...Click here to read more

Why First Nations cling to their reserves

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Save Canada's Environmental Laws

Save Canada's Environmental Laws

Canadians want strong environmental laws to protect our communities, ecosystems, health, and economy.

Tens of thousands of Canadians are urging the federal government to protect the safety and security of our families and of nature through strong environmental laws.


Sign the Petition

Groups nationwide have endorsed a common set of principles that outline how Canada’s environmental laws can support a clean, healthy and sustainable future. Find out more aboutEnvironmental Assessment for a healthy, secure and sustainable Canada. 
See our issues & resources page for more information and our action centre to have your voice heard.
Please see our endorsers page for a list of organizations who support our principles for strong environmental laws...GO TO MAIN WEBSITE TO GET INFORMED