Jacqueline Daniels from the Long Plains First Nation is worried about keeping her job. Daniels…
The Indian and Metis Friendship centre in Winnipeg’s north end is once again facing the prospect of having to close its doors. Nearly 7,000 people pass through its doors every month but a funding issue may close its operations.
Single mother Meldoy Rain lost job in September
Indigenous Affairs investigating the allegations of kickbacks
Mother forced to live off-reserve
Only one of the three candidates for national chief pledged Tuesday evening to publicly reveal their campaign expenses and donor information submitted to the Assembly of First Nations chief electoral officer.
Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt says the department will immediately cut funding and begin court action against any First Nation that refuses to comply with his government’s transparency law.
A Manitoba First Nation organization whose grand chief could face a vote of non-confidence Wednesday has received a second “disclaimer of opinion” from an auditor because the organization lacked a traceable paper trail for its spent dollars, APTN National News has learned.