Sunday, June 30, 2013

AFN Chief Shawn Atleo promises July 1st visit to sacred fire encampment

Anti-Shale action at Roger Augustine's Fishermen's Pow Wow catches big haul

AFN Chief Shawn Atleo promises July 1st visit to sacred fire encampment

MIRAMICHI, NEW BRUNSWICK - Roger Augustine's 'Fishermen's Pow Wow' is a weekend celebration that attracts, among others, the who's who A-list of Indian Act chiefs and New Brunswick provincial politicians. With anti-shale gas actions continuing about an hour's drive to the south - at the sacred fire encampment in Elsipogtog First Nation - the Fishermen's Pow Wow was a perfect opportunity to stage an action to grab the attention of the local political movers and shakers...READ MORE


Jun 30, 2013 3:17pm
National Chief Shawn Atleo talking to Chief Sock and Chief Paul on the phone

Monday, June 3, 2013



I welcome all Saddle Lake Cree Nation members who want to be pro-active voters in our 2013 Elections.  I invite you to this Open Form to ask me questions regarding my platform, share your needs, vision, and hopes for our nation.  Also, this is an opportunity to get to know me in hopes to create constructive dialogue while working towards teamwork, unity, and solidarity.


Tuesday, June 4, 2013

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