Innu Nation chief's death prompts criticism of search and rescue efforts
The death of a former grand chief of the Innu Nation while hunting in Labrador has renewed calls to improve Canada's search and rescue protocols, a provincial politician said Saturday.
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#1 May 14, 2013
Every natives life is precious.These are Canadas chosen ones.The government is working on a plan to rid this country of those useless white people who have never done any good.
North York, Canada
#2 May 14, 2013
why was he out hunting drunk?
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