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Confused’ survivors want answers on federal day school settlement process: Dene chief – CBC

Fort Resolution man waiting 7 months says he wants closure soon to heal Jul 15, 2020 Wilfred Beaulieu is still traumatized by the countless physical, mental and emotional abuse he suffered during his four years at Peter Pond — a federal day school in Fort Resolution, N.W.T. The federal day school settlement process brought all […]

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Collection of data on Indigenous and ethno-cultural groups in Canada’s official police-reported crime statistics

A joint statement by Statistics Canada and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police July 15, 2020 Today, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and Statistics Canada announced a commitment to work together to meet an important information need for the justice community. Together, the two organizations will work with the policing community and […]

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Historic claim settlement for Sipekne’katik and the Millbrook First Nation in Nova Scotia

From: Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada July 15, 2020 — Ottawa, Ontario — Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada The Government of Canada is working in partnership with Indigenous peoples to renew the relationship based on affirmation of rights, respect, co-operation and partnership. A historic agreement has been concluded for the settlement of the […]

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MMF Presents a First-of-its-Kind Manitoba-Wide Fireworks Celebration on the 150th Anniversary of Manitoba Officially Joining Confederation

WINNIPEG, MB – This year, on July 15, Manitobans will be celebrating 150 years since Manitoba officially became the fifth province to join Confederation. “The Manitoba Metis Government is inviting all Manitobans to take a few moments to escape from the difficult times caused by COVID and witness history,” stated MMF President David Chartrand. “Never […]

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Manitoba names 12 to province’s highest honour – CBC

Recipients include Indigenous leaders, philanthropist, activists, educators and entrepreneurs Jul 15, 2020 Twelve people — including Indigenous leaders, a philanthropist, activists, educators and entrepreneurs — have been named to the Order of Manitoba in a year that marks the 150th anniversary of the province. The order is the province’s highest honour, established in 1999 to honour those who have […]

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OHRC: Letter to the special advisor of the Ontario Health Data Platform about data collection

Dr. Jane Philpott Special Advisor Ministry of Health College Park 5th Flr. 777 Bay St. Toronto, ON M7A 2J3 Dear Dr. Philpott: RE: COVID-19 data collection On behalf of the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC), we congratulate you on your appointment as special advisor of the Ontario Health Data Platform and chair of the Joint […]

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AFN, Canada move forward on child services revamp – Manitoulin Expositor

July 15, 2020 On Manitoulin, Kina leaving decisions to member First Nations OTTAWA – Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) and the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) last week signed a new protocol to guide the implementation of revolutionary changes in the Act respecting First Nation, Inuit and Métis children, youth and families, an act that is […]

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Ontario listens to Indigenous women in new directive ceasing the practice of Birth Alerts

Ontario listens to Indigenous women in new directive ceasing the practice of Birth Alerts Thunder Bay, ON – The Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) is encouraged by the Ontario Government’s directive to Children’s Aid Societies to cease the practice of birth alerts in Ontario. The unwritten practice of Birth Alerts often leads to infant apprehensions […]

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Ontario’s Plan To End Contentious ‘Birth Alerts’ Is Just A Start, Experts say – HuffPost Canada

Ontario will join Manitoba and B.C. in putting an end to the use of birth alerts. Ontario is putting an end to the use of “birth alerts,” the practice of children’s aid societies alerting a hospital if they believe a newborn baby may need protection, by October. The province says the alerts disproportionately impact Indigenous […]

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Column: Oh, the things we learn… – BOE Report

July 15, 2020 That masterful Twain quote, one of a million or so he has, is a generational thing. Certain cycles are, in broad strokes, predictable. It’s a part of growing up I suppose; at a certain age, everything seems simple and obvious – parents are stupid, for starters. As one moves through stages of […]

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