Get ready for the new baby boomers

Aboriginals under 25 will dominate society in Canada for years to come

Get ready for the new baby boomersWINNIPEG, Jan 3, 2014/ Troy Media/ - There has always been this big bulge in Manitoba’s population graphs that reflects so-called baby boomers. During the 1960s most of the people in Canada were under 25, and now they are approaching old age and carrying their bulging numbers with them. The only thing comparable is the…

Increasing number of Aboriginals choose not to live on reserves

For most of Canada's Aboriginal population, life is better away from the reserve

Increasing number of Aboriginals choose not to live on reservesJanuary 14, 2013 CALGARY, AB, Jan. 14, 2013/ Troy Media/ - With all the attention paid to the Idle No More movement and the off-again on-again talks between some native chiefs and the Prime Minister, one basic fact about Aboriginal life in Canada has been forgotten: Most aboriginals do not live on reserve and seem…

Lessons learned from the Idle No More movement

Lessons learned from the Idle No More movement© Troy Media. Please contact the publisher to inquire about publication rates for this column. Our rates are based on circulation. Scroll to the bottom to purchase this column. To view our rates, click here. January 10, 2013 [wp_eStore_cart_when_not_empty] VANCOUVER, BC, Jan. 10, 2013/ Troy Media/ - As someone who has worked closely with First…
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