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FNForeign
FNFood Network (TV channel)
FNFinance
FNFront National
FNFinish
FNFunction (keyboard key, BASIC keyword)
FNFactory New
FNFinancial News
FNFirst Name
FNFirst Nation
FNFootnote
FNFood and Nutrition (academic courses)
FNFight Night (video game)
FNFalse Negative
FNFibronectin
FNFile Number
FNFireman (USCG, USN)
FNFireman (Navy)
FNFabrique Nationale de Herstal (Belgian firearms manufacturer)
FNFormula Nippon (Japan)
FNFirst Night
FNForenede Nationer (Danish: United Nations)
FNForces Nouvelles (Côte d'Ivoire)
FNForente Nasjoner (UN)
FNFinancial Network
FNFeliz Navidad (Spanish: Merry Christmas)
FNFirst Notice
FNFabrique National (arms maker and its rifles)
FNFernando de Noronha (Brazil)
FNFebrile Neutropenia
FNFileNet
FNForeign National
FNFinding Nemo (movie)
FNFowler-Nordheim (electronics)
FNFlat Nose (bullet)
FNFunctional Description
FNFeistel Network
FNFracture Numérique (French: Digital Divide)
FNFind Number
FNFocus Now (Texarkana, Texas)
FNFlight Nurse
FNFroude Number
FNForced Normalization
FNFakultetsnämnden (Swedish: Faculty Board)
FNFundación Natura (Spanish: Nature Foundation)
FNFORCEnet (US Navy)
FNFuzzy Navel (cocktail)
FNFog Nozzle
FNFuture Navy
FNFolder Navigation
FNFragged Nation (gaming website)
FNFaith Networks
FNFully Non-Reciprocal Method
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Pure Gold said the establishment of a long-term partnership with the support and participation of the Wabauskang First Nation and Lac Seul First Nation is key to the successful development of the Madsen Red Lake Mine.
The association has evolved out of the annual First Nations Housing Conference, which has been held in northwestern Ontario every year since 2003.
The Montana First Nation is home to the largest hybrid solar/renewable energy system on a First Nation in western Canada with a 100kw commercial solar rooftop PV system installed on the band administration building.
The risk of dementia for First Nations may also be elevated due to higher rates of associated conditions, such as hypertension, heart disease, stroke, and diabetes,8 and higher smoking and obesity rates, all of which increase the risk of dementia.9,10 First Nations populations also have an increased vulnerability to the social determinants of health; most notable for dementia are lower incomes and lower levels of educational attainment.9 Recent studies suggest that sufferers of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are at an increased risk of dementia.11 As a result of the historical trauma attributed to residential school experience and the ongoing intergenerational effects,12 PTSD may also contribute to the overall prevalence of dementia for First Nations, Inuit and Metis people.
In December, the Ontario Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, Brad Duguid, continued to assert the province's intention to protect First Nations exemptions, however suggesting the decision ultimately rests at the federal level.
The main commemoration will take place on Ginoogaming (Long Lake) First Nation on Aug.
Pasqua First Nation / PFN, Fort Qu' Appelle: Justice Committee Working Together For A Safer Tomorrow.
Whitebird's observation regarding the implications of the case having far-reaching effects could have a lot of relevance and should be a wake-up call to all First Nations who desire to get involved with corporations and corporate law.
In addition to being legal counsel for the Fort McKay First Nation, Boughton Law was lead counsel on structuring the First Nations ETF Ltd.
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