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The staying power of the Indian Act

The Indian Act forced First Nations to abandon their traditional governance structures.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Eagle editor lets eagles fly

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Eagle editor lets eagles fly

Farewell to the editor.
COUNCIL COLUMN: Council mid-term progress

COUNCIL COLUMN: Council mid-term progress

by Coun. Alex Reed Your town council is approaching the mid-point in our four-year term, and so you might wonder what we have accomplished.

GREEN CORNER: Be waterwise in the bathroom

Water use in the bathroom has huge implications.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Cochrane cyclist sees  Himalayas through heart’s eyes

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Cochrane cyclist sees Himalayas through heart’s eyes

Cochrane’s globe-cycling ambassador of goodwill, Robyn MacKay , has been at it again – but this time as a sighted ally to the visually impaired for a trek into the Himalayas.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Hurricane Dorian’s day is done

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Hurricane Dorian’s day is done

Hurricane Dorian makes an impact on Atlantic Provinces.
How a little support can help you achieve your goal

How a little support can help you achieve your goal

Big dreams, small steps.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: A toast in praise of praise!

COFFEE WITH WARREN: A toast in praise of praise!

Two metaphors have guided much of my thinking and writing.

COUNCIL COLUMN: We need to stop waiting for the next oil boom

I am still hearing from families who are worried about jobs and the economy.

What is customary about band custom elections?

Over half of the of the 600+ First Nations communities in Canada currently have band custom election codes