News that Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) failed to spend $1-billion budgeted for First Nations services over the last five years didn’t catch Quebec’s Indigenous organizations by surprise. After all, barely more than two weeks before the news broke in early June, the 40-year-old organization Quebec Native Women ... read more ››
Quebec’s proposed forestry agreement provoked frustration and defiance from Crees during community meetings this month.
The meetings were held in five communities affected by forestry to discuss the province’s final offer to Crees, which was made just before the holidays.
“The overall message Cree delegates heard is that lyiyuuschii is not for ... read more ››