30 September 2013

Federal government breathes sigh of relief...

...as native peoples offer to contribute corporate expertise...

The head of the Assembly of First Nations signalled a renewed willingness to work with the feds on major resource development projects.
I'm just happy that Canada's aboriginal communities have solved all those other pesky little problems that were stopping their communities from assuming these larger responsibilities.

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FROM THE COMMENTS: Aboriginal corruption...

...it's pretty much a cliche...
"It is alleged the grand chief used $10,000 of the group’s money on a Minnesota gambling excursion and a trip to an amusement park in August and September. That scandal tainted the lobby group and the more it spread, the worse it got."
Yup... I'm shocked...
-- WINNIPEG -- A Manitoba native group misspent more than $6 million in federal health-care funds on exotic trips and unjustified payments to the organization's CEO, a federal audit has revealed.
Of course, if you audit aboriginal peoples... it just means you're a racist.


2 comments:

Al the Fish said...

Is this the kind of expertise the AFN is offering?

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/AMC-stands-by-Southern-Chiefs-Organization-226033381.html

Neo Conservative said...

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quick, call the tribal police... wait a minute...

"No, that's not a parody of the Twelve Days of Christmas. It's a list of Kanesatake Mohawk Police weapons that have disappeared."

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