Chaudière Falls

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To: carolyn.bennett@parl.gc.ca; carolyn.bennett.a1@parl.gc.ca; Joe Wild; Sean Darcy; David Millette; AADNC-AANDC Ministre-MinisterSubject: Kana:tso First... more
Kana:tso
Kaniengehaga of Kana:tso
Chaudière Falls
David Millette
Carolyn Bennett
Justin Trudeau
First Nations
First Nations treaties
Dear Prime Minister, You and I are neighbours.  We both live near the south shore of the Ottawa River, in the watershed that is the unceded territory of the... more
reconciliation
Algonquins
Chaudière Falls
zibi
Dream Unlimited Corp.
indigenous land rights
NCC
cdnpoli
She:kon Minister Bennett,  I, Jason (Rotisken'rakehte) Arbour have been appointed Chief and Legal Representative of our First Nation Kana:tso. In March 2014,... more
Kana:tso
Chaudière Falls
Department of Indigenous Affairs
Carolyn Bennett
Jason Arbour
Mohawk
Recognition Requisition
land claims
Kaniengehaga of Kana:tso
cdnpoli
On this week's episode of Talking Radical Radio, Scott Neigh speaks with Lynn Gehl and Lindsay Lambert. Gehl is an Algonquin woman who traces her roots to the... more
Chaudière Falls
Chaudière sacred islands & falls
Canada 150
Lynn Gehl
Lindsay Lambert
Algonquin First Nations
Indigenous rights
cdnpoli
Rabble.ca
Algonquin Anishinaabeg
On record, it is written that the first settler of European descent to arrive in the Ottawa-Hull region of Canada was Philemon Wright. Philemon Wright was born... more
Chaudière Falls
Indian Reserve
Indian Ossuary
Hull Cemetery
Kana:tso Mohawk
cdnpoli
ONPoli
ottpoli
Cultural genocide
A large percentage of the Canadian population has no historical knowledge that there once existed an Indian Reservation at the sacred Chaudiere Falls, that... more
Dr. Malloch
Smallpox
Aboriginal
Chaudière Falls
Canadian History
Kana:tso
Indian Reservation
Gatineau
Hull
Cultural genocide
Mohawk
In a written statement issued November 17, Justice Charles Hackland announced he will waive court costs sought by the City of Ottawa and the condo developer... more
zibi
Chaudière Falls
sacred site
Algonquin Anishinaabe Grandfather William Commanda
8 reasons I will not buy a Zibi condo on islands in the Ottawa River By Warren McBride I care about my pocketbook and I have a social conscience. That's why I'... more
Chaudière Falls
Akikodjiwan Falls
Victoria Island
zibi
Stop Windmill?
Condos
reconciliation
Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Ottawa official plan
unceded
Hydro
Algonquin Territory
Dear Ms. Fry,   For almost 70 years, the plan has been to reclaim the Islands for public use. Prime Minister Mackenzie King commissioned Parisian... more
Chaudière sacred islands & falls
Chaudière Falls
NCC-CCN
Supporters of Douglas Cardinal will stand with him and other appellants as they spend another day in court fighting the rezoning of islands in the Ottawa River... more
Chaudière Falls
Chaudière sacred islands & falls
An article published by the National Observer on Sept. 1 raises important questions about Windmill Development's influence on the endorsement it has received... more
zibi
Chaudière Falls
sacred site
Algonquins
The Chaudière Falls and Islands have been the great Indigenous sacred and peaceful meeting place since time immemorial. From the archaeological record, it is... more
Chaudière Falls
Chaudière sacred islands & falls
Algonquin First Nations
Algonquin land claims
Lindsay Lambert
Canada
A monument to broken promises. That’s how Algonquin two elders are describing the consequences of a condo and commercial development that Windmill Development... more
Chaudière Falls
indigenous land rights
Algonquin Elders
June 17th: Spiritual Algonquin Grandmothers invite all Nations, people & Inter-Faith communities to a massive sacred walk with our special guests, the Cree... more
Chaudière Falls
Chaudière sacred islands & falls
Sacred Space
Algonquin First Nations
First Nations
City of Ottawa
Victoria Island
Ottawa
Canada
At a lecture sponsored by the Mahatma Gandhi Peace Council of Ottawa, renowned architect and Anishinaabe, Douglas Cardinal, spoke fiery words of peace to a... more
Chaudière Falls
sacred site
Algonquin Anishinaabe Grandfather William Commanda

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