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The Frontier Centre for Public Policy came out in support of the push for disclosure when the federation broached the subject and launched a Web site, as the federation put it, to "help you know your rights and how to receive information.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Frontier Centre for Public Policy The Calgary-based Frontier Centre for Public Policy released the controversial report Respecting the Seventh Generation: A Voluntary Plan for Relocating Non-Viable Native Reserves.
WINNIPEG The Frontier Centre for Public Policy (FCPP), based in Winnipeg, conducted their fourth annual Aboriginal Governance Index (AGI) in three provinces.
The Frontier Centre For Public Policy reported in its paper "Respecting the Seventh Generation: A Voluntary Plan for Relocating Non-Viable Native Reserves" that some of the most isolated First Nations isolated First Nations communities are not capable of economic growth, therefore, Indigenous leaders should consider alternate sites for the creation of new reserves closer to urban centres.
It's another example of the dichotomy of identities of the board," explains Rolf Penner, a Manitoba wheat grower and senior agriculture policy fellow at Winnipeg's Frontier Centre for Public Policy.
Siksika First Nation Chief Leroy Good Eagle said he'll take a compliment wherever it comes from but that doesn't mean he's in full agreement of the findings released by the Frontier Centre for Public Policy last month.
The Winnipeg-based Frontier Centre for Public Policy sponsored the Maoris on their tour and will feature Helin this month.
My overall impression is that they're pulling off this Band-Aid as slowly as they possible can," says Manitoba grain grower Rolf Penner, a senior agriculture policy fellow with the Winnipeg-based Frontier Centre for Public Policy.