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Doug Ford needs education on reconciliation – The Star

July 11, 2018 Across Canada, thousands of Indian residential school survivors shared their experiences with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. In collecting their statements, one primary question was heard more than any other: What will you do to ensure our history gets into the schools? The response came in the form of the […]

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First Nation buys old Whycocomagh arena to expand fish farm – CBC

We’koqma’q purchases arena in Inverness County tax sale to store equipment used in nearby rainbow trout farm Jul 12, 2018 Nova Scotia’s We’koqma’q First Nation has bought the old Whycocomagh arena to expand the band’s fish farm. We’koqma’q got $1 million last month from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and is putting in $750,000 of […]

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Tracking the Doug Ford cuts – Macleans

Jul 11, 2018 Before he was elected premier of Ontario, Doug Ford made an array of ambitious campaign promises—from middle-class income tax cuts to repealing the cap-and-trade program to scrapping the discovery math curriculum in public schools. He vowed to create a “government for the people,” and part of that would mean cracking down on […]

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Nunavut government reboots human resources department – Nunatsiaq.com

July 11, 2018 GN cites Inuit employment as reason for resurrecting HR The Government of Nunavut announced today that it is bringing back its Department of Human resources, six years after that department was dissolved in 2012. “The creation of a more targeted department echoes the direction of full caucus, and is an important first […]

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Nibinamik First Nation-area fire doubles in size – Tbnewswatch.com

MNRF says community is not threatened DRYDEN, Ont. — The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry reports that two lightning-caused forest fires near the Nibinamik First Nation continue to expand. The community, however, is under no immediate threat. The larger of the fires burned 3,000 more hectares between Monday afternoon and Tuesday afternoon, reaching a […]

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Indigenous leaders turn down invitation to meeting of premiers – CBC

Jul 12, 2018 ‘There really wasn’t much that came out of these meetings other than talk,’ Métis president says There’s still a meeting scheduled for next week between Canada’s premiers and Indigenous organizations, but it won’t include the leaders of the Assembly of First Nations, the Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami or the Métis National Council. They’re […]

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Vatican opens door to apology for Catholic Church’s role in residential schools – Globe and Mail

July 12, 2018 The Vatican’s ambassador to Canada says Pope Francis is opening the door to an apology to the country’s Indigenous people for the abuse of children at Catholic-run Indian residential schools. A papal apology was one of the calls to action issued by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which spent years investigating the […]

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For Iskwé, anger energizes the fight for social justice – Straight.com

July 11th, 2018 Although she works with sounds that are far removed from conventional notions of folk music, there’s a good reason why the Cree-Dene-Irish EDM producer and singer known as Iskwé is going to find herself at Jericho Beach Park this weekend: as folk performers have always done, she frequently concerns herself with the […]

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Thunder Bay mayor says he takes ‘offence’ to Ontario human rights commission report, comments – CBC

Ontario Human Rights Commission highlighted racism against Indigenous people in Thunder Bay in annual report Jul 12, 2018 Thunder Bay’s mayor says he takes “offence” to comments by Ontario’s human rights commission that civic leadership in the northwestern Ontario city has been lacking and hasn’t done enough to combat racism against Indigenous people. In their […]

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A first: AFN candidates in the Yukon for candidates forum – APTN News

July 11, 2018 For the first time in the history of the Assembly of First Nations, a forum featuring the candidates who are running for the national chief’s job were in the north. The group met in Whitehorse to compare views on where to take the AFN after the election on July 25. Read More: […]

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