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Tuesday, November 4, 2008 Issue 73 - Planning for Aboriginal Economic Development, Native News, Job Postings, Investing in Youth   VOLUME 5 ISSUE 12  
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Will Obama Inspire Change for Native Americans?
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Smoke Signals
Will Obama Inspire Change for Native Americans?
President-Elect Barack Obama Adresses Aboriginals in the political world
by Cassandra Daniels Arts & Culture section editor, RedWAY BC News

As an Aboriginal Youth, I am inspired by today's events. Obama has re-addressed the original Treaties that were made by OUR Ancestors, he said we need to be given new POWER so we are abused NO MORE. He addresses the entire political world, saying that for the first time Aboriginals have the right to preserve...
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What's happening with that $100 million for the New Relationship Trust?
NRT: Investing in Today for a Stronger Tomorrow
by Kristin Kozuback, Editor RedWAY BC News

Capacity funding announced for "policy development"! NRT has allocated a total of $500,000 for this initiative in the 2008/09 fiscal year. Applications will be accepted beginning on October 1, 2008 and will be reviewed on a first-come...
[FULL STORY]
 
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