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Show #17: ATO on air - "Ending the Greed & Corruption, Now!"

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"A greedy father/mother has thieves for children" Join Hosts Preston Twoyoungmen and Gregory Cadotte as we discuss how to End First Nation Leadership Greed & Corruption, Now! In Addition, we are showing our support & solidarity with the Barriere Lake First Nation by inviting Tony Wawatie on the show to discuss the Day of Action to Support Barriere Lake First Nation in their efforts to exercise their inherent right to self-governance to choose it's own leadership and sign environmental treaties with whom they choose to sign with. SPECIAL GUESTS & TIME SCHEDULE: 1.) TONY WAWATIE (5:15 PM) - Barriere Lake First Nation - Update on The Day of Action - Monday, December 13, 2010, Ottawa, ON. __________________________________________________ This show, we will discuss the recent accusations of Exorbitant Salaries for First Nations Chiefs across Canada, these accusations are thrown by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. Are the general constituents of First Nations angered by the extraordinary salaries collected by their chief and councilors? We will take callers for opinions across Canada. Read more: http://news.nationalpost.com/2010/11/25/petition-calls-for-meeting-over-chief-council-salaries/ Does a Chief or Council have too much power from the money and resources provided by the government, which is used at the discretion of the chief and council? Does this power corrupt chief's or council members who are elected with a great amount of control and influence over the community (as intended). As communities/tribes, what strategies can we implement to deal with greedy Chief's or Council Member who are corrupt and what avenues of recourse do we have to correct the situation? Join us as we bring you Show #17 of ATO on air, "Ending the Greed & Corruption, Now!" __________________________________________________ Guest call-in number: 1-646-915-9028