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Recent Releases from Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School Leadership Group
First Nation students picket John Duncan Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development in Thunder Bay
Published Thu, 15 Dec 2011 05:35:10 EST
(Thunder Bay, December 15, 2011) The elected Grand Chief, Marsha Kennedy of the Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School and the school leadership group are showing their support for Chief Theresa Spence and the Attawapiskat First Nation.
This support is evidenced by the demonstration of the student pickets at the Thunder Bay regional office of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
As the future leadership of First Nations from the remote communities the Gr......
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