Potlotek First Nation men put their $42,840 compensation back into community
ERIN POTTIE CAPE BRETON BUREAU
POTLOTEK — In Cape Breton, two Mi’kmaq politicians have chosen to forgo their annual salaries in order to create more wealth in their community.
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LORNE GUNTER | EDMONTON SUN
The premiers, meeting in Prince Edward Island, have expressed their disappointment at the federal government's refusal to order a national inquiry into the high number of missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada.
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