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Canada tells delegation Aboriginal passports unacceptable

geoff - brisbane blacks passportA delegation of young Aboriginal activists have been denied entry to Canada if they want to travel there using their Aboriginal passports.

The four, Meriki Onus of the Gunnai, Callum Clayton-Dixon of the Nganyaywana, Pekeri Ruska of the Goenpul and Bogaine Skuthorpe-Spearim of the Gamilaraay, who are travelling to Canada to meet representatives of its...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 07:57

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Mithaka leader criticises loss of Wild Rivers

scott gorringeThe repeal of Queensland's Wild Rivers legislation last week was what is good for Noel Pearson and miners but it was not good the majority of Aboriginal people, according to an Aboriginal leader from the western rivers river in south west Queensland.

Mithaka man, Scott Gorringe said the final repeal of the Wild Rivers legislation last week would mean his country faced "open slather" from coal...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 07:55

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