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January 31, 2013 Volume 40 Number 4

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Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence signs the Declaration promising to keep the pressure on the federal government, officially ending her sacred fast that she has conducted in Ottawa since Dec. 11.
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Submitted photo by Jody Porter/CBC Thunder Bay
Members of Thunder Bay Police, NAN Grand Chief Harvey Yesno and Thunder Bay Mayor Kieth Hobbs among the crowd at the community safety forum held on Jan. 15.
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Maggie Black Loism of Pikangikum working on a birch bark basket, date unknown.
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Fort Severn demands halt to aerial surveying.
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Shawn Beauvais
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Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence speaks during a ceremony honouring her and the other fasters. Spence official ended her fast on Jan. 24 after she signed a declaration of commitment with First Nations leaders and federal opposition party representatives, by which they will continue to push to the government to address the issues Spence had been fasting for.
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Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug Chief Donny Morris
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Photo by Brian Isadore
Edmond Etherington (left) with Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence and his younger brother, Pat Jr. on the night Spence ended her fast. The brothers from Moose Cree arrived on Victoria Island four days into Spence’s fast and dedicated themselves to helping her.

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