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Stop the Specific Claims Perpetual Motion Machine

Economic and social progress comes from seizing future opportunities, not from preoccupation with past grievances.

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Canadian governments damaging opportunities for First Nations

Fort McKay has prospered by selling services to oilsands corporations.

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Despite support from local politicians and First Nations groups, Andrew Weaver is digging in his heels on LNG.

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Community capitalism flowering among some First Nations

Ottawa is heavily indebted and will never be able to eliminate poverty through grants to First Nations.

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A box of Pampers costs $70 off the shelf in Iqaluit compared to $35 online.

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Assigning benefits on the basis of heredity is not compatible with liberal democracy

The largest First Nation in Canada is the recently recognized Qalipu Mi’kmaq of Newfoundland.