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Anishinabek Nation Citizenship Commissioner Jeanette Corbiere Lavell to receive Order of Canada

ANISHINABEK NATION HEAD OFFICE (Nipissing First Nation) January 2, 2018 – Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee says that Jeanette Corbiere Lavell (Keewednanung), who is the Anishinabek Nation’s Citizenship Commissioner, is most deserving to become a member of the Order of Canada.

“I am so pleased that such a deserving individual who has spent a lifetime fighting for women’s rights and the many issues facing our people, is being honoured,” says Grand Council Chief Madahbee. “Jeanette has been a real champion of the citizens of our First Nations.”

Ms. Corbiere Lavell is a central figure in the pursuit of fairness and recognition for First Nations women and children, especially those who have lost their Indian status due to provisions of the Indian Act. Aside from lack of access to social and treaty benefits that are attached to Indian status, the loss of status can also carry a stigma in First Nation communities.

In April of 1970, the citizen of Wiikwemikoong Territory married David Lavell, which resulted in the loss of her Indian Status and citizenship rights. Corbiere Lavell began her struggle to ensure that the rights of Indian women were equal to the rights of Indian men under the Indian Act. In 1973, the Supreme Court of Canada heard Ms. Corbiere Lavell’s case, now known as the Lavell case, but it was lost by a single vote from the bench.

When the Indian Act was revised in 1985, Bill C-­‐31 created new criteria for Indian Status. Section 6 (2) states that only children of two parents with Indian status can pass Indian status on to their children. The rule, sometimes called the ‘two-­‐generation cut-­‐off’, could mean the extinction of so-­‐called “status Indians” within six generations.

More recently, two major court cases have further challenged gender-­‐based status provisions. In the 2009 case, the British Columbia Court of Appeals ruled that the discriminated against the descendants of Indigenous women who married non-­Indigenous men, prompting changes to the law. In the 2015 case, the Québec Superior Court found that subtle forms of sexual discrimination persisted under the and ordered the government to reform the law comprehensively.

Corbiere Lavell has been the Anishinabek Nation Citizenship Commissioner since 2008. The Anishinabek Nation has developed its own Citizenship Law which adopts the one-­parent rule. Anishinabek First Nation citizens have stated over the years that, “We have the right to determine our own people” and the government should not have the legislative authority to dictate who is “Indian” and who is not.

There are 20 other Indigenous Canadians receiving the Order including poet and author Lee Maracle, the first Indigenous NHL player Fred Sasakamoose, and Robert Joseph, founder of Reconciliation Canada.

The Anishinabek Nation established the Union of Ontario Indians as its secretariat in 1949. The UOI is a political advocate for 40 member communities across Ontario, representing approximately 65,000 people. The Union of Ontario Indians is the oldest political organization in Ontario and can trace its roots back to the Confederacy of Three Fires, which existed long before European contact.

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Some livestock producers will attest that they are not raising livestock, but rather a high-quality forage; the livestock is simply a by-product of the land. However, some land and environmental factors prohibit grazing fresh forages. And, when forages are at a surplus in the summer time, it makes sense to harvest those forages in the form of hay to store the forages when feed resources become scarcer, perhaps in late fall and winter.

However, making quality hay isn’t just as simple as mowing down a field, and making bales. It requires basic knowledge of the life cycle of the plants to know how to capture the optimum nutrient value. And, it helps to have some ideal weather conditions to get the task completed.

According to the National Forage and Grassland Curriculum based out of Oregon State University, there are five key considerations when properly harvesting and storing hay: First, harvest or cut the hay at first bloom also known as heading or the anthesis stage. Second, maintain the leaves that contain the best nutrition. Next, rapidly dry the hay to 15-20% moisture. Fourth, maintain the forage’s green color, which indicates minimal deterioration. And finally, store the hay in a place where it is protected from further deterioration to maximize nutrients and palatability.

Since 2/3 of the plant’s protein is found in the leaves, it is important to find a forage with good leaves that will stay on the plant once it is harvested. Although yield increases as the plant matures, both nutrient value and palatability are at their peak at anthesis, so finding the right time to cut or swath hay becomes an art.

Cut the hay so that baling becomes simpler and the ability for it to dry is maximized. Most swathers cut the hay into wide windrows that help facilitate drying while waiting to be baled. Keep the stubble relatively high, which also helps air circulate around the hay, and helps it dry faster.

Most grasses and forages contain up to 90% moisture, so it could take a few days to dry they hay down to 15-20% moisture. If you need to “rake” the hay into windrows that will help speed up the drying process, but be cautious, as that also removes the leaves, the main nutrient source from the hay.

The green color of your forages indicate nutrient values are still present, and mold is not present. Sun can bleach the hay, which also removes nutrients. If your hay turns white or brown, that is a sign of mold.

In ideal conditions, you should be able to get 2-3 cuttings of hay each season, allowing you to stockpile forage for your livestock when you need to feed them a lower-cost feed. Be sure to test your hay prior to feeding it so you know what its nutrient value is, and how to supplement your livestock to ensure they are getting all the vitamins and minerals they need to stay healthy and perform. If you are unsure where to start with forage testing, contact your BioZyme ® Inc., Area Sales Manager, who can help you collect and test forage samples, and work with a qualified nutritionist to develop a ration that will supplement your animals’ diets. Read more about those services here.

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Come to Legacy Brewing for open mic night every Tuesday from 7-10pm. This event continues to get better and better with new performances every week, in addition to plenty of Legacy's award winning craft beer pairing perfectly with tasty food served up by MM catering. There will be musicians available at all times to back you up during your performance, including with bass, drums percussion! Make sure to talk to Padre before your set! Respect, appreciation collaborations are encouraged.

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