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Tribal Observer Issue: January 1, 2005

Native groups participate in Great Lakes water

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ontario (AP)—Canada’s Indian Tribes have been invited to make face-to-face—but not government-to-government-submissions on a far-reaching framework to regulate Great Lakes water.

Native Tribes want bigger role in regulating water withdrawls

SAULT STE. MARIE (AP)—Representatives of at least 75 American Indian Tribes gathered on Nov. 22 and 23 to seek a common voice in the debate over withdrawing water from the Great Lakes.

State of the Tribe address to be delivered Jan. 30

Saginaw Chippewa Chief Audrey Falcon will touch upon highlights of the current Tribal Council administration as well as share a vision for the following year during the State of the Tribe address on Jan. 30.

Housing initiative launched

“Dreams to Reality...Choices for Native American Families” was the theme for a Dec. 14 ceremony that celebrated affordable homeownership opportunities for several Saginaw Chippewa families.

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