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Northern Ontario woman named to Canada Energy Regulator advisory body – Tbnewswatch.com

Kaella-Marie Earle is from Aroland First Nation and Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory. CALGARY — A woman from northern Ontario has been appointed to the Indigenous Advisory Committee for the recently-created Canada Energy Regulator (CER). Kaella-Marie Earle is Anishinaabekwe from Aroland First Nation and Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory. Earle is employed by Enbridge Gas Inc. in engineering construction […]

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Supreme Court to hear appeal in case of Peter Khill, acquitted in shooting ruled self-defence – CBC

The Hamilton-area homeowner was found not guilty in June 2018 Aug 06, 2020 The Supreme Court of Canada will hear an appeal in the case of Peter Khill, a Hamilton-area homeowner who was acquitted after shooting and killing an Indigenous man in his driveway. Khill’s lawyers filed an application to appeal an Ontario Court of Appeal ruling […]

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Honour and privilege’ – Gazette

Aug. 6, 2020 Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo has been appointed interim dean of Memorial’s School of Arctic and Sub-Arctic Studies of the Labrador Institute for a two-year term effective Aug. 1, 2020. The Board of Regents approved the conversion of the position of administrative director of the Labrador Institute to the academic leadership position of dean […]

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Community pleads for information as Kettle and Stony Point homicide investigation continues – CTV News

August 5, 2020 LONDON, ONT. — OPP have now officially identified the person found deceased this past weekend at Kettle and Stony Point First Nation and say their homicide investigation continues. CTV News had already confirmed the identify of 29 year-old David Jordan Oliver of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation. Police say Oliver is […]

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Honored Cree Chief Joachim Fromhold Passes Away – Todayville.com

Joachim Fromhold 1947-2020 Chief Joachim Fromhold of the Asini Wachi Nehiyawak has joined the Great Circle in the sky. Joachim, aka Joe, was born January 15, 1947 to Mina and Willi Fromhold in Germany. His lineage can be traced to 1650 (Cree Chief Sisip Pimotew), and Chief Louis Joseph Piche in addition to the Carolingian […]

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Mining: Noront Exploration and Eagle’s Nest Permitting Update – Net Newsledger

August 6, 2020 THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – Noront Resources Ltd. (“Noront”) (TSX Venture: NOT) is reopening Esker Site and mobilizing its team to resume exploration activities in the Ring of Fire. “We are initiating a late summer field program that will require 12-15 people during which we’ll employ soil sampling to explore for gold and […]

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Pan American Silver Reports Mineral Reserves Estimate of 550 Million Ounces of Silver and 5.2 Million Ounces of Gold

VANCOUVER, BC, Aug. 5, 2020  – Pan American Silver Corp. (NASDAQ: PAAS) (TSX: PAAS) (“Pan American”, or the “Company”) today reported its estimated mineral reserves and resources as of June 30, 2020. Proven and probable mineral reserves are estimated to contain approximately 550 million ounces of silver and 5.2 million ounces of gold. Measured and indicated […]

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Legal fight over Site C ends after agreement between province, BC Hydro and First Nation – CTV News Vancouver

August 6, 2020 VICTORIA — A British Columbia First Nation has ended its legal battle against the provincial government and BC Hydro over the Site C dam, a project the nation originally claimed was a $1-billion treaty violation. A statement from the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation says the Prophet River First Nation, province […]

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Nunavut judge reduces sentence because of jail conditions during pandemic – Nunatsiaq News

Judge takes 60 days off man’s sentence for assault, drug-related charges 6 August 2020 A Nunavut judge has ruled that a man’s sentence should be reduced because of conditions put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic at Baffin Correctional Centre. In a written decision heard on June 15 and released publicly on Tuesday, Aug. 4, […]

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Justin Trudeau promised action ‘very soon’ to tackle systemic racism. Seven weeks later, where is it? – TheRecord.com

Aug. 5, 2020 OTTAWA—It has been seven weeks since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised action “very soon” to address systemic racism in Canadian policing and other institutions. For Matthew Green, an NDP MP and member of the cross-party Parliamentary Black Caucus, “very soon” is now long past due — and can’t come soon enough. That’s […]

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