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AB-OCYA: Mandatory Reviews: April 1, 2019 – September 30, 2019

March 24, 2020 Child and Youth Advocate releases third mandatory reviews into child deaths Edmonton…The Office of the Child and Youth Advocate (OCYA) has released reviews into the circumstances of eight young people who passed away between April 1, 2019 and September 30, 2019. 8. 18-Year-Old Rich Rich was 18 years old when he died […]

by aanationtalk on March 25, 202033 Views

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Nova Scotia government didn’t consult adequately with Sipekne’katik Band, judge rules – TheChronicleHerald.ca

The provincial Environment Department did not consult adequately with the Sipekne’katik Band about aboriginal and treaty rights regarding a facet of the Alton Gas project, a Nova Scotia Supreme Court justice has concluded. “While there had been extensive consultations regarding the potential environmental impacts of the project, the core issue of aboriginal title and treaty […]

by ahnationtalk on March 25, 202048 Views

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MMF Responds to Decision in MMF v Brian Pallister Judicial Review

Winnipeg, MB – The Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF) is disappointed that the Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench has dismissed the MMF’s application for judicial review of a directive issued by the Pallister Government on March 21, 2019 (the “Directive”). The Directive instructed Manitoba Hydro to “not proceed” with an accommodation agreement the Crown corporation had […]

by ahnationtalk on March 19, 202029 Views

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Inter Tribal Health Authority Seeks Damages from First Nations Health Authority in Summary Trial

VICTORIA, March 11, 2020  – Yesterday,  Inter Tribal Services Association (ITSA) – formerly the InterTribal Health Authority (ITHA) – filed a notice of application in the Supreme Court of British Columbia for a summary trial of its breach of contract claims. The Notice of Civil Claim demands that the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) adequately […]

by ahnationtalk on March 12, 202038 Views

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6 First Nations sue province for charges against Indigenous loggers – CBC

Lawsuit alleges province contravened treaties by enforcing Crown Lands and Forests Act Mar 11, 2020 Six Wolastoqey First Nations are suing the province for not recognizing their treaty rights to Crown timber. Oromocto, Woodstock, Saint Mary’s, Kingsclear, Tobique and Madawaska First Nations allege the province is infringing on their Peace and Friendship Treaty rights by […]

by ahnationtalk on March 11, 202065 Views

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Statement from the Chiefs of Treaty No. 6, Treaty No. 7 & Treaty No. 8 in regard to Child & Family Services

On March 5, 2020, the Treaty No. 6, Treaty No. 7, and Treaty No. 8 Chiefs in attendance at the Special Assembly of Treaty Chiefs, motioned and approved the following statement: Those Chiefs present at the Assembly of Treaty Chiefs meeting on March 4 & 5, 2020 in Treaty No. 7 Territory assert their inherent […]

by ahnationtalk on March 10, 202038 Views

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Supreme Court decision: Minister Savage

Energy Minister Sonya Savage issued the following statement regarding the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision on the Trans Mountain expansion: “Today’s decision by the Supreme Court of Canada further clears the way for the completion of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. All five applications that were previously dismissed by the Federal Court of Appeal […]

by ahnationtalk on March 5, 202048 Views

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Supreme Court will not hear Indigenous arguments against Trans Mountain pipeline expansion – APTN News

March 5, 2020 The Supreme Court of Canada has decided not to hear five challenges from environment and Indigenous groups from British Columbia on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. It means the multi-billion dollar project has cleared another legal hurdle. Some had wanted the top court to consider whether the Liberal cabinet violated the […]

by ahnationtalk on March 5, 2020116 Views

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Supreme Court of Canada to hear AMC argue First Nations laws must be recognized in dealing with climate change

Treaty One Territory, Winnipeg, Manitoba – On March 24 and 25, the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) will be intervening at the Supreme Court of Canada in a significant and potentially transformational hearing. AMC is the only Intervenor to argue that First Nation constitutional orders are distinct but equal to Euro-Canadian laws. On the surface, […]

by ahnationtalk on February 27, 202080 Views

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Woodland Cree First Nation supports Bill-69 challenge

Premier Jason Kenney has approved the first grant through the government’s Indigenous Litigation Fund, a new way to partner in prosperity. Woodland Cree First Nation, northwest of Peace River, will receive a $187,688 grant to intervene in support of the Alberta government’s constitutional challenge of Bill C-69, the Impact Assessment Act. “I am pleased to […]

by ahnationtalk on February 26, 202072 Views

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Court of Appeal sets aside acquittal for Peter Khill, orders new trial – CBC

Khill’s lawyers considering options, including appeal to Supreme Court of Canada Feb 26, 2020 Ontario’s Cout of Appeal has ruled Peter Khill, the man found not guilty after admitting he shot and killed Jon Styres, should again stand trial for second degree murder. The court released its unanimous decision Wednesday, saying the trial judge failed […]

by ahnationtalk on February 26, 202053 Views

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The IBA Calls On Canada To Assist With The Protection Of Indigenous Laws And To Secure Space For The Development And Practice Of Such Laws

THE IBA CALLS ON CANADA TO ASSIST WITH THE PROTECTION OF INDIGENOUS LAWS AND TO SECURE SPACE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND PRACTICE OF SUCH LAWS OTTAWA, ON – The Indigenous Bar Association in Canada (the “IBA”) calls upon the federal and provincial Crown to work in partnership with Indigenous Peoples to undertake the challenging task […]

by pmnationtalk on February 25, 2020159 Views

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Canada has constitutional duty to reach climate targets, First Nations argue in lawsuit – The Lawyer’s Daily

February 24, 2020 Two hereditary chiefs of the Wet’suw’eten Nation have launched a court challenge saying the federal government has violated their peoples’ constitutional rights by continually failing to reach its climate targets, a case their lawyer says will continue even if the standoff over the controversial Coastal GasLink pipeline ends. The chiefs, Lho’imggin and […]

by ahnationtalk on February 24, 202097 Views

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Supreme Court of Canada dismisses N.L. appeal to hear mining lawsuit outside of Quebec – CBC

2 Innu nations seeking $900M in compensation from Rio Tinto Feb 21, 2020 The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed an appeal by Newfoundland and Labrador to strike parts of a lawsuit by two Innu Nations in Quebec against mining giant Rio Tinto. The Innu First Nations of Uashat mak Mani-utenam and Matimekush-Lac John are […]

by ahnationtalk on February 21, 202079 Views

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The myth of the Inuit Child-First Initiative – Nunatsiaq News

21 February 2020 How can parents of Inuit children be expected to jump through so many bureaucratic hoops? As any parent would, I take my children’s health to heart. This letter is based on my personal experience as a parent applicant to the Inuit Child-First Initiative (CFI), a program delivered by Indigenous Services Canada. According […]

by ahnationtalk on February 21, 202057 Views

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B.C. mother fights First Nation, province to keep children with non-Indigenous foster parents – CBC

B.C. mother fights First Nation, province to keep children with non-Indigenous foster parents Mother of 5 claims her children’s security and happiness being sacrificed to band’s agenda A northern B.C. woman with five children in care claims her First Nation is using her sons and daughters to make a point about placing Indigenous children with […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 202066 Views

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Dilico and Tikinagan Child and Family Services fight over jurisdiction – Tbnewswatch.com

Fort William First Nation claims inherent jurisdiction over Indigenous child welfare. THUNDER BAY — The Superior Court of Justice has dismissed a motion to stay a provincial government directive affecting the operations of two Indigenous child welfare agencies in northwestern Ontario. The issue revolves around a longstanding jurisdictional dispute between Dilico Anishinabek Family Care and […]

by ahnationtalk on February 19, 202064 Views

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I had an identity issue’: Basketball connects urban Indigenous player with his roots – CBC

Gene Wolff didn’t understand his Nisga’a heritage until he joined their team Feb 17, 2020 It was a surreal moment for Gene Wolff in the championship game of the men’s masters division of the 2020 All Native Basketball Tournament in Prince Rupert on B.C.’s North Coast. In the game’s dying seconds, Wolff and the Gitlaxt’aamiks […]

by ahnationtalk on February 18, 202062 Views

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We still have title’: How a landmark B.C. court case set the stage for Wet’suwet’en protests – CBC

Feb 13, 2020 Delgamuukw vs. British Columbia underscores First Nations’ authority over their land Amid the backdrop of nationwide protests, blockades, and arrests, Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs on the front lines of the fight to stop a pipeline in their traditional territories are pointing to a Supreme Court case from the 1990s that underscores their authority […]

by ahnationtalk on February 13, 202060 Views

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Court documents show 2014 guilty plea for Inuk actor and Order of Canada recipient Johnny Issaluk – APTN News

February 10, 2020 Court records obtained by APTN News show that Nunavut actor and Order of Canada recipient Johnny Issaluk received a 15 month probation sentence in 2014 for uttering threats against a woman. Issaluk’s history was brought out into the open last week when Nunavut filmmaker Alethea Arnaquq-Baril took to social media to protest […]

by ahnationtalk on February 11, 2020103 Views

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Indigenous rail blockades cause chaos for Ontario travellers, commuters – National Post

RCMP officers there have been arresting people for breaching a court injunction related to opposition to the 670-kilometre Coastal GasLink pipeline Ontario commuters scrambled to make last-minute changes to their travel plans on Sunday as protesters continued their blockade of two crucial VIA Rail routes, part of a demonstration against a natural gas pipeline being […]

by ahnationtalk on February 10, 202097 Views

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Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs Launch Court Challenge to Coastal GasLink Pipeline’s Environmental Approval

Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs have filed an application for a Judicial Review of the BC Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) decision to extend the environmental certificate for Coastal GasLink’s proposed fracked gas pipeline in Northwest BC for another five years. WireService.ca Media Release (02/05/2020) Vancouver, BC – The application challenges the BCEAO decision to extend permits despite […]

by ahnationtalk on February 6, 2020106 Views

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Trans Mountain Pleased with the Court’s Decision to Dismiss Challenges to the Federal Government’s Approval of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Feb 4, 2020 Ian Anderson, President and CEO of Trans Mountain Corporation: We are pleased with the Court’s decision to dismiss the Applicants’ challenges to the Federal Government’s approval of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project. After many years of consultation and review we are pleased to be able to continue moving forward and building the Project in respect of […]

by ahnationtalk on February 5, 202065 Views

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Federal Court of Appeal dismisses First Nations’ Trans Mountain pipeline expansion challenge – APTN News

February 4, 2020 In a unanimous decision Tuesday, the Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed a challenge to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project by several First Nations. “Government of Canada has adequately fulfilled its duty to consult with Indigenous peoples,” the court said in its ruling. “The court focused on the reasonableness of Cabinet’s […]

by ahnationtalk on February 5, 202055 Views

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UBCIC: Federal Court of Appeal’s Ruling on TMX Brazenly Attacks Indigenous Title and Rights and Threatens Climate

((Xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səl̓ilwətaʔɬ/sel̓ílwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh)/Vancouver, B.C. – February 4, 2020) Today the Federal Court of Appeal overruled the four challenges to the federal government’s re-approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion (TMX). The Union of BC Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) is deeply disappointed by the court’s decision in Coldwater Indian Band et al. v. […]

by ahnationtalk on February 4, 2020164 Views

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Court dismisses Indigenous challenges of Trans Mountain pipeline – National Observer

February 4th 2020 The Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion can proceed, even if Indigenous concerns still haven’t been addressed, because the Trudeau government consulted adequately with First Nations and the consultation process can’t be used as a veto, the Federal Court of Appeal said Tuesday. The unanimous ruling by the three-judge panel found that the […]

by ahnationtalk on February 4, 202070 Views

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FCA Decision: Statement from Premier Jason Kenney

Premier Jason Kenney issued the following statement on the Federal Court of Appeal dismissing applications against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion: “This is a victory for common sense and the rule of law. We are pleased the Federal Court of Appeal made a fair decision. This ruling confirms what we’ve known all along: the Trans […]

by ahnationtalk on February 4, 202064 Views

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Canada Must Ensure First Nations Rights, Title and Jurisdiction Are Respected in Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Canada Must Ensure First Nations Rights, Title and Jurisdiction Are Respected in Trans Mountain Expansion Project February 4, 2020 (Ottawa, ON) – Following the Federal Court of Appeal’s decision today on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde says the federal government must ensure that First Nations’ […]

by ahnationtalk on February 4, 2020130 Views

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Statement by Minister O’Regan in Response to Federal Court of Appeal Decision on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

From: Natural Resources Canada February 4, 2020 The Honourable Seamus O’Regan, Minister of Natural Resources, today issued the following statement regarding the decision by the Federal Court of Appeal to uphold the Order in Council approving the Trans Mountain Expansion project: The Government of Canada welcomes the decision of the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA). […]

by ahnationtalk on February 4, 202083 Views

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Sask First Nations call for end to practice of ‘birth alerts’ – CBC

Feb 04, 2020 BC, Manitoba announce end to placement of newborns into provincial care The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) says Saskatchewan must join other provinces and end the practice of “birth alerts.” A Saskatchewan government official said the practice is under review. A birth alert is issued when there is concern for the […]

by ahnationtalk on February 4, 202099 Views

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Court to rule on Canada-owned Trans Mountain oil pipeline – Reuters

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) – Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal is scheduled to rule on Tuesday whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government adequately consulted indigenous people when it approved last year an expansion of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline. Approval would clear some uncertainty over the twinning of a 67-year-old pipeline that runs from Alberta to […]

by ahnationtalk on February 4, 202072 Views

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Northern Wildflower: No easy fix for foster care – Northern News Services

February 2, 2020 There is no one solitary solution to solving the problem that is the colonial child welfare system. The current system needs to be done away with and a new way of caring for children in need must be rebuilt. Having been in the foster care system as a foster child and having […]

by ahnationtalk on February 3, 202074 Views

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‘We want this to happen:’ First Nation in Saskatchewan moves to handle its own child services – Toronto Star

Feb. 2, 2020 COWESSESS, SASK.—A Saskatchewan chief says his First Nation is not waiting on Ottawa to announce funding before the band works toward taking over its own child welfare. Cowessess First Nation, about 170 kilometres east of Regina, is one of at least eight Indigenous groups in Western Canada and Ontario that have notified […]

by ahnationtalk on February 3, 202093 Views

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Manitoba to End Use of Birth Alerts

January 31, 2020 Focus will be on Building Trust, Safety Plans with High-Risk Mothers: Stefanson As of April 1, child welfare and public health systems in Manitoba will be ready to more effectively and proactively connect mothers with supports, and will no longer issue birth alerts for high-risk expectant mothers, Families Minister Heather Stefanson announced […]

by ahnationtalk on January 31, 2020110 Views

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Ministry approves agency advancement – Anishinabek News

DOKIS FIRST NATION – Niijaansinaanik Child and Family Services (NCFS) is advancing towards a historical designation as an Indigenous Child Welfare Agency, after receiving the Ministry of Community and Social Services (MCCSS) approval to advance to Stage 3 – Transition Stage, as part of the 5-Stage Ministerial process. The correspondence was received from Assistant Deputy […]

by ahnationtalk on January 31, 202089 Views

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Federal Court of Appeal to release decision Tuesday in Trans Mountain challenge – CBC

December court hearing specifically focused on consultation with First Nations Jan 30, 2020 The Federal Court of Appeal is set to release its decision on the latest challenge of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion on Tuesday. Four First Nations from British Columbia filed court challenges after the federal government approved the project a second time […]

by ahnationtalk on January 31, 202075 Views

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Government Invests in Granny’s House to Help Keep Families Together

The Manitoba government is investing $400,000 to launch Granny’s House, a one-year pilot project to provide short-term, culturally safe and community-led care to children and families who could otherwise be at risk of becoming involved in the child welfare system, Families Minister Heather Stefanson announced today. “Our government is committed to keeping families together,” said […]

by ahnationtalk on January 29, 2020102 Views

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Couple’s bid to get back infant son apprehended after birth alert has been delayed – APTN News

January 28, 2020 A couple hoping a week-long trial would end their bitter battle with a Manitoba child welfare agency that apprehended their newborn son from hospital will have to wait until March 6 after a judge delayed the trial so the father could get a legal aid lawyer. The couple, who can’t be named […]

by ahnationtalk on January 28, 2020126 Views

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Province, PAGC to continue partnership on Indigenous child welfare project – Saskatoon StarPhoenix

The PAGC is in the process of recruiting and training 50 First Nations and Metis foster parents in order to provide culturally-appropriate homes. In the midst of its successes, the provincial government and the Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) have opted to continue working together on a foster care project that gives First Nations and […]

by ahnationtalk on January 27, 202089 Views

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Unifor supports request for Northern Pulp decision Supreme Court review

January 23, 2020 HALIFAX – Unifor has joined with Northern Pulp and nine individuals representing the broader forestry industry in a request for judicial review filed today in Nova Scotia Supreme Court. The application seeks a review of Nova Scotia Environment’s (NSE) December 17, 2019 decision regarding Northern Pulp’s proposed effluent treatment facility (ETF) project. […]

by ahnationtalk on January 24, 202067 Views

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Reference to the Court of Appeal of Quebec in Relation with The Act Respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis Children, Youth and Families

MONTREAL, Jan. 16, 2020 – By Order in Council of the Government of Quebec bearing number 1288-2019, the following constitutional question is submitted to the Court of Appeal for hearing and consideration: 1. Is the Act Respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, youth and families ultra vires of the jurisdiction of the Parliament of […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 2020101 Views

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Cree Nation Welcomes Court of Appeal’s Dismissal of Strateco’s Claim

The Court of Appeal held that in deciding whether or not to authorize the project, the Minister was not only permitted but required to consider the Cree Nation’s position on the Matoush Project, which was located on the traditional family hunting grounds of the Cree Nation of Mistissini. “For the Cree Nation, this decision is […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 202092 Views

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Heiltsuk Nation pursues “bitumen reference” case in Supreme Court

January 16, 2020 Ottawa – The Heiltsuk Nation has asked the Supreme Court to open the door to recognizing the role of Indigenous nations in protecting the environment through their own laws, as the Court deliberates on whether BC has jurisdiction to enact measures to regulate the transport of oil through the province. The BC […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 202084 Views

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Four First Nations have their say at the Supreme Court hearing over Trans Mountain expansion – APTN News

January 16, 2020 The B.C. government is asking Canada’s high court to give it authority over what can flow through the expanded Trans Mountain pipeline from Alberta and four First Nations are there to tell the justices that Indigenous issues aren’t being addressed. The Haida Nation, Heiltsuk Council, Beecher Bay First Nation, and Little Shuswap […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 2020121 Views

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Niijaansinaanik Child and Family Services launches new website – Anishinabeknews.ca

NIIJAANSINAANIK CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES HEAD OFFICE (December 18, 2019) –We are pleased to announce that the Niijaansinaanik Child and Family Services website is now online at www.niijcfs.com. The new website features: Organizational History, Child and Family Services, Cultural Services, News, Events, Careers, Policies, information on how to become an Alternative Caregiver, and more. In […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 2020112 Views

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‘We want young people calling us directly’: head of the new children and youth unit in the Ontario ombudsman’s office

January 10, 2020 The message Ontario’s Ombudsman Paul Dubé and the head of his office’s new children and youth unit want to share with young people across the province is: if you have a question, call. The relatively new unit, headed by Diana Cooke, has a mandate to promote respect for the rights of children […]

by ahnationtalk on January 15, 2020123 Views

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Supreme Court to hear B.C. case attempting to halt Trans Mountain expansion – Richmond News

January 15, 2020 OTTAWA — The B.C. government will ask Canada’s high court Thursday to give it authority over what can flow through the expanded Trans Mountain pipeline from Alberta. The case is a make-it-or-break-it affair for the multibillion-dollar project: if B.C. is allowed to prevent heavy oil from flowing through the pipeline, it would […]

by ahnationtalk on January 15, 202080 Views

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Batshaw isn’t taking indigenous report seriously, its authors say – CTVNews

MONTREAL — Batshaw Youth and Family Services has ignored a report highlighting its lack of awareness of indigenous issues, the report’s authors have said. In Nov. 2019, researchers released a report: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back, critical of the way Batshaw handles cases involving indigenous families. Since then, the report’s recommendations have not been […]

by ahnationtalk on January 15, 202082 Views

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P.E.I. Mi’kmaq appeal to Supreme Court of Canada over Mill River sale – CBC

‘It is the responsibility of today’s leadership to ensure that our rights are protected’ Jan 13, 2020 P.E.I.’s Mi’kmaq leaders are appealing the sale of the Mill River Resort to the Supreme Court of Canada. In a statement issued Monday, the Mi’kmaq governments said it is their position that Aboriginal rights were not duly considered, […]

by ahnationtalk on January 14, 202083 Views

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The Supreme Court Of British Columbia Failed To Consider The Fundamental Principle Of Reconciliation In The Coastal Gaslink Pipeline Ltd. V. Huson

THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA FAILED TO CONSIDER THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLE OF RECONCILIATION IN THE COASTAL GASLINK PIPELINE LTD. V. HUSON OTTAWA, ON – The Indigenous Bar Association in Canada (“IBA”) is of the view that the Supreme Court of British Columbia failed to consider the fundamental principle of reconciliation in the Coastal GasLink […]

by pmnationtalk on January 13, 2020398 Views

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