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Cooking with kokum: McMurray Métis creating cookbook of traditional recipes – CBC

‘It’s traditional recipes that will mostly be in the book. So we are able to keep our culture alive.’ Jul 18, 2019 In an effort to preserve Métis culture and pass recipes on to the next generation, the McMurray Métis are putting together a cookbook full of recipes from elders. Heather Hagerman, with the McMurray […]

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Indigenous leaders messaging young women a widespread problem: MMIWG advocate – APTN News

July 17, 2019 A Saskatoon woman who works with families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls says she’s inundated with calls from mothers who are at their wit’s end trying to protect daughters from Indigenous male leaders creeping them online. Darlene Okemaysim-Sicotte, with the group Women Talking Together, says the problem isn’t new, […]

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Want a career in the arts? Just do it, Iqaluit rapper tells youth – Nunatsiaq News

18 July, 2019 “Some people’s hearts are in the arts. That’s where my heart is.” When his class was assigned to write a poem in his Iqaluit high school, Thomas Matthew Lambe and his friend finished theirs in five minutes. “We were like, ‘this is pretty good,’” Lambe says. The two boys then used that […]

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Sabina Gold & Silver Continues To Expand The Nuvuyak Discovery With Strong Gold Values Over Broadly Mineralized Iron Formation

Includes 18.71g/t Au over 3.5m and 10.04g/t Au over 18m from drill hole 19GSE566 Vancouver, BC – Sabina Gold & Silver Corp (SBB.T: SGSVF.OTCQX), (“Sabina” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce further results from this year’s spring drilling program at its 100% owned Back River Gold Project in Nunavut Canada. On June 19, 2019 […]

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DeBeers Group: Production Report for the Second Quarter of 2019

18 Jul 2019 De Beers1 (000 carats) Q2 2019 Q2 2018 Q2 2019 vs. Q2 2018 Q1 2019 Q2 2019 vs. Q1 2019 H1 2019 H1 2018 H1 2019 vs. H1 2018 Botswana (Debswana) 5,718 6,279 (9)% 5,950 (4)% 11,668 12,087 (3)% Namibia (Namdeb Holdings) 335 515 (35)% 483 (31)% 818 1,044 (22)% South Africa […]

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Mountain Province Diamonds Announces Second Quarter 2019 Production and Sale Results and Provides Q2 Conference Call Details

TORONTO and NEW YORK, July 17, 2019  – Mountain Province Diamonds Inc. (“Mountain Province”, the “Company”) (TSX and NASDAQ: MPVD) today announces production and sales results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2019 (“Q2 2019”) from the Gahcho Kué Diamond Mine (“GK Mine”).  The Company also releases the details for its Q2 2019 earnings […]

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Suncor Energy to release second quarter 2019 financial results

CALGARY, Alberta, July 17, 2019 — Suncor will release its second quarter financial results on July 24, 2019 before 8:00 p.m. MT (10:00 p.m. ET). A webcast to review the second quarter will be held on July 25 at 7:30 a.m. MT (9:30 a.m. ET). Representing management will be Mark Little, president and chief executive […]

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KRG: Very First Graduates of Childcare Management Training

July 18, 2019 – On June 29, 2019, 15 participants received attestations of college studies in Management of Childcare Centres. The graduates included eight childcare centre management employees and seven KRG Childcare Section staff members. The new college program was launched by the KRG Childcare Section in February 2018 in close cooperation with the CEGEP […]

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Respectful hunting in Yukon

The Government of Yukon is reminding hunters that conservation and cooperation should be a priority when out on the land as they prepare for another hunting season. The Wildlife Act and hunting regulations continue to apply across the territory, including in the Ross River area. Only a valid 2019–20 Yukon hunting licence with applicable tags, […]

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Government of Canada announces investment in women’s organizations in St. John’s

From: Women and Gender Equality Canada July 18, 2019 – St. John’s, Newfoundland –Women and Gender Equality Canada Women’s organizations provide vital services in our communities, supporting women and girls to be financially secure, free from violence, and able to fully participate in all aspects of our economy and society. Yet for far too long […]

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Two people charged with drug trafficking in Eskasoni

July 18, 2019 Eskasoni RCMP started an investigation into drug trafficking in the area on July 11. At 11:35 a.m. that day, they located the truck that was driven by one of the suspects in the matter on Highland Rd. in Christmas Island. As the vehicle was slowing down, the passenger threw something out of […]

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Secret Path’ to return with ‘recreation’ concert telling Chanie Wenjack’s story – CBC

Jul 17, 2019 New version incorporates original band from Gord Downie’s shows, dancers and surprise guests Gord Downie’s Secret Path concert is returning to the stage as part of a live “re-creation” project. Three years after the late Tragically Hip frontman performed his concept album at Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall, some of the artists who […]

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Government of Canada invests more than $32M in research into sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections

July 18, 2019 – Vancouver, BC – Canadian Institutes of Health Research Over the past decades, research has played an important role in the prevention, care and treatment of sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBI). Despite advances, an increasing number of people are living with, at risk of, or affected by STBBI in Canada. Today, […]

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Métis Nation Second World War Heroes Honoured at Ceremonies in BC and Saskatchewan

July 17, 2019 MNC President Chartier and Minister of Veterans Affairs David Chartrand visited three Métis Nation veterans of the Second World War from July 15-17, 2019, and joined with the veterans, their families and communities in ceremonies honouring the contributions of these Métis Nation heroes. Each was awarded the Order of the Métis Nation […]

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Supreme Court decision allows Nova Scotia government to keep ‘conquered people’ documents secret, for now – The Digby Courier

Thursday was supposed to be the day that the conquered people file would be made public for all to see, and NDP leader Gary Burrill was looking forward to it. But those internal government documents that the Nova Scotia courts have ordered to be unsealed will remain secret, for now. It’s been more than two-and-a-half […]

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Yukon to host 2020 Energy and Mines Ministers’ Conference

July 17, 2019 Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources Ranj Pillai concluded a successful conference of Canada’s Energy and Mines Ministers in Cranbrook, British Columbia today with an invitation to host next year’s event in Whitehorse. Minister Pillai discussed how Yukon builders are constructing near-net zero homes with the highest energy efficiency standards in Canada, […]

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Barkerville’s Sixth Annual Indigenous Celebrations takes place July 20 – Quesnel Cariboo Observer

This year’s event will also be the soft launch of Indigenous programming at the historic site Jul. 18, 2019 As Barkerville Historic Town and Park gets ready to host its Sixth Annual Indigenous Celebrations this Saturday (July 20), there is even more excitement in the air than usual, as this year’s event will also mark […]

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KRG: Celebration of the 15th Anniversary of the parc national des Pingualuit

July 17, 2019- On July 11 2019, local residents of Kangiqsujuaq were given an amazing opportunity to visit the Pingualuit national park during its 15th anniversary. Some Nunavik Parks officials arrived from Kuujjuaq to Kangiqsujuaq by an air charter plane. They were given a tour of the village and of the park’s Interpretation Center. Organizers […]

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NIGA Chairman Ernie Stevens, Jr., Issues a Statement as the House Passes Bill Condemning President Donald Trump’s Divisive Comments

Washington, D.C. – July 17, 2019 – National Indian Gaming Association Chairman Ernie Stevens, Jr., issued the following statement after the passage of House Resolution 489, regarding President Trump’s divisive comments directed at Members of Congress. “The National Indian Gaming Association denounces the comments directed towards respected female Members of Congress. They are American citizens, […]

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Lynda Dickson sworn in as new chief of Carcross/Tagish First Nation – CBC

Jul 17, 2019 Dickson takes over after former chief Andy Carvill ousted in March Lynda Dickson was sworn in Wednesday as the new Haa Shaa du Hen, or chief, of the Carcross/Tagish First Nation. During a ceremony at the First Nation’s learning centre, Dickson pledged to care for the land and water. She told an […]

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Mohawks of Akwesasne face discrimination at border crossing says class-action suit – APTN News

July 18, 2019 A proposed class-action lawsuit led by plaintiff Kanawakeron Jody Swamp, alleges Mohawk residents of Akwesasne face “systemic discrimination” as they are forced to go through a border crossing to access the rest of Canada. The lawsuit alleges the Canada Border Services Agency and the Attorney General of Canada have turned a blind […]

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Assembly of First Nations National Chief Welcomes New Saskatchewan Lieutenant Governor Russell Mirasty

Assembly of First Nations National Chief Welcomes New Saskatchewan Lieutenant Governor Russell Mirasty 9July 17, 2019 (Ottawa, ON) –Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde welcomes Lieutenant Governor Russell Mirasty who was appointed as the representative of the Crown in Saskatchewan by Prime Minister Trudeau today. “I offer congratulations to His Honour Russell […]

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Canada invests $6.4 million to support First Nations leadership in conservation

July 17, 2019 – Ottawa, Ontario Indigenous Peoples have a special relationship with the environment. They have cared for the land, water, ice, plants, and animals for millennia. The federal government is working with First Nations conservation leaders and knowledge keepers to support First Nations as they honour and fulfill their cultural responsibilities to the land. […]

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Nunavik singer-songwriter named to Polaris Prize shortlist – Nunatsiaq News

17 July, 2019 “This album has humbled me in many ways” The Inuk singer-songwriter Elisapie has been named to the Polaris Prize shortlist for her album The Ballad of the Runaway Girl. Elisapie, who is from Salluit, is one of 10 artists named to the 2019 Polaris Prize shortlist, announced July 16. Her album was […]

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Law community reflects on Indigenous leader Susie Jones – CBC

Jones was a vocal advocate for Indigenous rights Jul 18, 2019 Susie Jones, a member of the Walpole Island First Nation, is remembered by Windsor’s law community as a staunch advocate for Indigenous rights, as well as an advocate for Indigenous representation in the legal field. Though she wasn’t a lawyer herself, Jones sat on […]

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Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation celebrate beginning of construction of a new school with sod turning ceremony

July 17, 2019 — Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, Treaty 6 Territory, Alberta — Indigenous Services Canada A safe and healthy place to learn is vital to a good education. The Government of Canada is committed to working in partnership with First Nations communities to build school facilities that improve educational outcomes and foster pride and […]

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The Daily Thursday, July 18, 2019

Employment Insurance, May 2019 In May, 441,300 people received regular Employment Insurance benefits, similar to the previous month. Decreases in Alberta, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island were offset by increases in Quebec and Ontario. Continue reading  Did you know? Did you know? From February 2016 to February 2019, payroll employment in […]

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Russ Mirasty named lieutenant-governor, Sask.’s first Indigenous LG – Regina Leader-Post

“Known as a relationship-builder, Mr. Mirasty is an outstanding leader who paved the way for Indigenous peoples in the national police force.” Russell Mirasty has been appointed as Saskatchewan’s 23rd lieutenant-governor. The announcement came Wednesday morning from the prime minister’s office. Mirasty served for 36 years in various roles with the RCMP across Canada, first […]

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iPolitics AM: More Canada-EU trade talk and a party fundraiser on Trudeau’s to-do list – iPolitics

Jul 18, 2019 ALSO TODAY: More federal cash to help BC combat opioid crisis — Scheer continues to make the rounds in Saskatchewan — Singh takes QC tour to Trois Rivieres Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to spend a second day touting the benefits of unfettered transatlantic trade as the Canada-European Union summit continues […]

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Express Scripts Canada Releases Indigenous Relations Policy

Express Scripts Canada Releases Indigenous Relations Policy Mississauga, July 25, 2019 – As part of their larger commitment to building relationships with Indigenous communities, Express Scripts Canada (ESC) has released its Indigenous Relations Policy that can be found on the Indigenous commitment page of their website. The policy highlights how ESC will achieve its positive […]

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LNG Canada – Arx and Sparx b-roll

Credits: LNG Canada In the summer of 2019, LNG Canada is funding six, week-long camps to introduce Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth to the welding trade. This b-roll is from the pilot camp held in Kitimat, B.C. in March 2019.

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Assembly of First Nations Bulletin – 2019 AFN Annual General Assembly

Assembly of First Nations Bulletin – 2019 AFN Annual General Assembly AFN Annual General Assembly Fredericton, NB – July 23-25, 2019 The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is looking forward to hosting its 40th Annual General Assembly (AGA) in Fredericton, New Brunswick from July 23 to 25, 2019 under the theme of “Celebrating our Successes […]

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New board member appointed to Camosun College

July 17, 2019 The Board of Governors at Camosun College is welcoming a new appointment. Tanya Clarmont is appointed as a new board member effective July 31, 2019 for a term ending July 31, 2020. Tanya works at the Victoria Native Friendship Centre as the Director of Management Services, which aligns well with a commitment […]

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Legislative Assembly of Ontario – Call for submissions: Indigenous artwork

The Legislative Assembly of Ontario invites Ontario-based Indigenous wood artists to submit for consideration an expression of interest to design and carve a fixed art piece for the Legislative Chamber. Background As the seat of Ontario’s provincial Parliament, the Legislative Building is a physical symbol representing our province. At the heart of the building is […]

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Media advisory: Minister O’Regan to sign education agreements with Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council Education Authority and Sunchild First Nation

From: Indigenous Services Canada Alberta — Please be advised that the Honourable Seamus O’Regan, Minister of Indigenous Services will attend two historic events celebrating the signing of Regional Education Agreements with the Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council Education Authority and with Sunchild First Nation. Signing ceremony with Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council Date: Thursday, […]

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Government takes action on old growth, protects 54 groves with iconic trees

July 17, 2019 VICTORIA – The B.C. government is protecting some of the province’s largest trees as the first step in a new approach to old-growth management. “This province is fortunate to have trees that have been standing in place for hundreds of years – some for more than a thousand,” said Doug Donaldson, Minister […]

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1911 Gold Corporation Acquires Additional Mineral Claims

TORONTO, July 17, 2019 – 1911 Gold Corporation (TSXV: AUMB) (“1911 Gold” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has, through a wholly-owned subsidiary, 1911 Gold Canada Corporation (“1911 Gold Canada”), entered into an arms’ length agreement to acquire three additional claims, totaling approximately 230 hectares, on the Rice Lake belt in Manitoba, […]

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Saskatchewan RCMP UPDATE: Human remains discovered during search

As a result of the forensic autopsy conducted on Tuesday, July 16, 2019, the human remains discovered outside of North Battleford last week are confirmed to be Tiki Brook-Lyn Laverdiere. Investigators have contacted her family regarding the positive identification. Tiki was reported missing to Battlefords RCMP on May 12, 2019. On June 10, 2019, Saskatchewan RCMP announced that her disappearance was […]

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U of G Researchers Awarded $5.6 Million from SSHRC

July 17, 2019 A new national conservation research partnership to be based at the University of Guelph and designed to help Canada reach its biodiversity protection and conservation goals is among U of G research projects receiving new funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) today. In total, U of G researchers […]

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Government of Canada invests in new measures to address the opioid crisis and emerging drug threats

From: Health Canada July 17, 2019 – Surrey, British Columbia –  Health Canada The opioid crisis represents the most serious public health issue in Canada’s recent history. At the same time, the rise of methamphetamine use most notably in the Prairie provinces, presents unique challenges and serious health harms. Additional measures are needed to both […]

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History of same-sex marriage project among $1.3 million in USask research grants from SSHRC

Canada became global ‘destination’ for lesbian and gay weddings after legalization, researcher says. Jul 17, 2019 SASKATOON – The history of same-sex marriage in Canada is among eight research projects at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) awarded a total of $1.36 million in Insight grants by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of […]

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Bridging Finance Inc. Announces A Sample Of Deals Made In 2019

Bridging Finance Inc. (“Bridging”) is pleased to announce a successful start to the 2019 fiscal year, having provided over $220MM in new commitments across Canada. In addition to these commitments, Bridging has recently expanded its offering with the launch of two additional products: The Bridging Indigenous Impact Fund, which launched April 2, 2019, is a […]

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Government of Canada invests in more than 6,900 social sciences and humanities researchers and graduate students across Canada

From: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Researchers and graduate students receive funding for projects in areas such as education, immigration, Indigenous health and the environment July 17, 2019, Fredericton, New Brunswick—Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Humanities and social sciences research plays a critical role in helping us understand some of the […]

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Financial assistance available for Chilcotin flooding victims

July 17, 2019 VICTORIA – Disaster Financial Assistance (DFA) is now available for eligible British Columbians in the Chilcotin region who may have been impacted by overland flooding from heavy rains that began on July 6, 2019. DFA is available to homeowners, residential tenants, small business owners, farmers, charitable organizations and local governments that were unable […]

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Transportation Safety Board of Canada releases 2018–19 Annual Report

Gatineau, Quebec, 17 July 2019 – Today, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada’s (TSB) Annual Report for 2018–19 was tabled in Parliament. The report discusses key annual statistics on occurrences in the aviation, marine, rail and pipeline modes of transportation under federal jurisdiction, and how the TSB worked to advance safety for travelers and industry workers in […]

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Pikangikum evacuees in Regina start returning to northern Ont., but full plan not yet decided – CBC

Each charter flight has a capacity of about 35 people Jul 17, 2019 Dozens of wildfire evacuees from the Pikangikum First Nation returned to northern Ontario on Tuesday and dozens more could follow, the Saskatchewan government announced on Wednesday. Two flights out of Regina on Tuesday returned 41 evacuees to Ontario and another three or […]

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Decrease in suicides in B.C. continues for 2017 – BC Gov

July 17, 2019 VICTORIA – The BC Coroners Service has published an updated report on suicide deaths in B.C. up to the end of 2017. There were 572 deaths by suicide in 2017, down slightly from the previous three years, which all reported more than 600 deaths by suicide. More than half of those who died […]

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The International Visitors Programme Announces its 2019 participants, the Canadian Editorial Fellow and Keynote Speaker

July 16, 2019 TORONTO, ON — The International Visitors (IV) Programme, in association with the Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA), announces its 2019 participants, the Canadian Editorial Fellow, as well as the 2019 keynote address. This October, the Programme celebrates its 13th year of hosting publishing professionals from around the world during the Toronto […]

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Premier Scott Moe Announces Swearing In Date For New Lieutenant Governor

July 17, 2019 Premier Scott Moe announced today that Saskatchewan’s 23rd Lieutenant Governor, Russell B. Mirasty, will be sworn in on Thursday, July 18, 2019, at Government House. To allow for an immediate commencement of duties, the new Lieutenant Governor will assume office during a swearing in ceremony, with a formal installation ceremony to occur […]

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The 2019 Polaris Music Prize Short List

TORONTO, ON – Tuesday, July 16, 2019 The Polaris Music Prize, presented by CBC Music, has unveiled the 10 albums on the 2019 Short List. The 2019 Polaris Music Prize Short List is: Marie Davidson – Working Class Woman Elisapie – The Ballad of the Runaway Girl FET.NAT – Le Mal Dominique Fils-Aimé – Stay […]

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