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  • Aboriginal
    July 02, 2010 - 13:35

    Well, here at the Poorest Community in the country Even though we have a lawyer/chief, UN-accounted casino about as many years. Four Liberal politicians, former chief & now Deputy Aboriginal Sec't, and the Lt. Gov of N.B. all from here and we are at a WHOPPING $ 40+ MILL in DEBT. Tobique Last Nation is the poster child. br br If we can't make it ... I don't know who can! br br I am angered at everyone for not bringing this atrocity to the forefront. br br Billions go to a black hole of corruption, nepotism and favoritism. The canadaian gov holds the purse strings and these are all puppet governments. br br The modus operandi of the legal establishment and its collaborating Indian accomplices is the suppression of the constitutional and international law that the establishment intentionally is breaking.

  • W
    July 02, 2010 - 13:33

    Hebron was an Inuit settlement, whose inhabitants ended up scattered in other northern Labrador communities, and as far afield as Ungava Bay and North West River.

    The Mushuau Innu of Natuashish relocated there from ''new'' Davis Inlet as part of the housing program of 1960s which also saw permanent settlement in Sheshatshiu. Before that, the Innu seasonally inhabited Sheshatshiu and ''old'' Davis Inlet, the site of the HBC post and Catholic mission.

    There was also an ill-conceived attempt in the late pre-Confederation days to resettle some Innu near the Inuit-Moravian settlement at Nutak, not Hebron.

  • Peter
    July 02, 2010 - 13:10

    My mistake, W. Thanks for the overview.

  • Polly
    July 02, 2010 - 13:10

    Peter you ask the question-----Why do we keep shocking life into this Frankenstein's monster of aggrievement?---- Let us define aggrieve --- to cause distress or pain to somebody . Have we not a recorded history that tells us of the atrocities committed against our First Peoples , a history written with a slant towards bias and outright fabrication towards these people. From the arrival of the first European settlers there appears to have been and still is with us today the desire to crush the indomitable spirit of our First Peoples. Residential schools , reservations , vilification , stereotyping , are these not the tools with which to dominate a culture ? To answer your question , we have created a COMMODITY , one which pays a handsome dividend .

  • Aboriginal
    July 01, 2010 - 20:24

    Well, here at the Poorest Community in the country Even though we have a lawyer/chief, UN-accounted casino about as many years. Four Liberal politicians, former chief & now Deputy Aboriginal Sec't, and the Lt. Gov of N.B. all from here and we are at a WHOPPING $ 40+ MILL in DEBT. Tobique Last Nation is the poster child. br br If we can't make it ... I don't know who can! br br I am angered at everyone for not bringing this atrocity to the forefront. br br Billions go to a black hole of corruption, nepotism and favoritism. The canadaian gov holds the purse strings and these are all puppet governments. br br The modus operandi of the legal establishment and its collaborating Indian accomplices is the suppression of the constitutional and international law that the establishment intentionally is breaking.

  • W
    July 01, 2010 - 20:22

    Hebron was an Inuit settlement, whose inhabitants ended up scattered in other northern Labrador communities, and as far afield as Ungava Bay and North West River.

    The Mushuau Innu of Natuashish relocated there from ''new'' Davis Inlet as part of the housing program of 1960s which also saw permanent settlement in Sheshatshiu. Before that, the Innu seasonally inhabited Sheshatshiu and ''old'' Davis Inlet, the site of the HBC post and Catholic mission.

    There was also an ill-conceived attempt in the late pre-Confederation days to resettle some Innu near the Inuit-Moravian settlement at Nutak, not Hebron.

  • Peter
    July 01, 2010 - 19:46

    My mistake, W. Thanks for the overview.

  • Polly
    July 01, 2010 - 19:45

    Peter you ask the question-----Why do we keep shocking life into this Frankenstein's monster of aggrievement?---- Let us define aggrieve --- to cause distress or pain to somebody . Have we not a recorded history that tells us of the atrocities committed against our First Peoples , a history written with a slant towards bias and outright fabrication towards these people. From the arrival of the first European settlers there appears to have been and still is with us today the desire to crush the indomitable spirit of our First Peoples. Residential schools , reservations , vilification , stereotyping , are these not the tools with which to dominate a culture ? To answer your question , we have created a COMMODITY , one which pays a handsome dividend .