Aboriginal Canadians Fight the "White Man's War"
Aboriginal Military Service and Assimilation
Aboriginal Participation in Canadian Military Service: Historic and Contemporary Contexts
Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian Military: Historical Perspectives
Aboriginal Soldiers From Quebec: The Conflicts at Home and Abroad
Discussion of Aboriginal participation in military service.
Entire issue on one pdf. To access article scroll to p.25.
Aboriginal Spiritual Journey: Veterans Question Government's Sincerity
During the Aboriginal Spiritual Journey to France, First Nations veteran, Howard Anderson discusses how unfulfilled veterans’ benefits continue to be a source of contention between First Nations veterans and the federal government.
Entire issue on one pdf. To access article scroll to p.8.
Aboriginal Veteran Forces Issues Back into Spotlight
Tom Eagle, An Aboriginal peacekeeping veteran, implores Chiefs and government representatives to put First Nations war veterans issues on the agenda at the 28th annual AFN Chiefs assembly held in Halifax in August 2007.
Entire issue on one pdf. To access article scroll to p.10.
Aboriginal Veterans' Benefits
Aboriginal Veterans: Stories of Honour and Herosim
Educational resource tells the story of Thomas George Prince.
Aboriginal Veterans Tribute Honour List: Surnames A To K
Aboriginal Veterans Tribute Honour List: Surnames L to Z
Aboriginal Veterans Were Left on Their Own
Aboriginal Vets Proud of Service in Korea
Aborigines Day Saskatoon. - 21 June 2003. - Slides.
Historical note:First proclaimed by the Governor General of Canada on 13 June 1996, June 21st of every year has become a day in the Canadian calendar that presents Aboriginal peoples with a great opportunity to express great pride for their rich diverse cultures with their families, neighbours, friends and visitors.
Historical note:David Ahenakew (born July 28, 1933) is a Canadian First Nations politician, and former National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations. Ahenakew is a controversial public figure in Canada due to anti-semetic comments regarding World War 2 and the Holocaust.
Albert Moore and Jeremiah Nawakayas
Historical note:A genealogical chart of the Nawakayas Family can be seen on p. 129 of Red Earth Crees by David Meyer. Jeremiah Nawakayas died in 1940.