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Some First Nations leaders criticize probe into national chief’s workplace conduct – CBC

Feb 02, 2023 AFN holding special chiefs assembly in April to conclude business overshadowed by controversy Some First Nations chiefs are calling for a different type of workplace investigation to probe claims that the national chief of the Assembly of First Nations bullied and harassed staff — while others are urging the national advocacy organization to get […]

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Finding math in the daily life of indigenous cultures | Karli Bergquist | TEDxYouth@ISPrague

Credit: TEDx Talks From her own field research with indigenous communities in Canada, and experience teaching in international schools, Karli shares the power of discovering mathematics in daily activities. Originally from Canada, Karli is an ethnomathematics researcher and teacher, currently working at the International School of Prague. This talk was given at a TEDx event […]

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Sorry, Charles: Australia replacing British monarchy on banknote with Indigenous design – Global News

February 2, 2023 Australia is removing the British monarchy from its banknotes. Australia’s central bank announced Thursday that it will not be replacing the image of the late Queen Elizabeth II on its $5 bill with an image of King Charles III. The new bill will instead feature an Indigenous design that honours the island’s […]

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Australia replacing Queen Elizabeth with Indigenous design on $5 bill – CBC

Feb 01, 2023 Bill not expected to be in circulation for years; King Charles to feature on an upcoming coin instead King Charles III won’t feature on Australia’s new $5 bill, the nation’s central bank announced Thursday, signaling a phasing out of the British monarchy from Australian bank notes, although the new monarch is still […]

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Countdown is on to North American Indigenous Games in Nova Scotia – CBC

Feb 01, 2023 Halifax, Dartmouth, Millbrook First Nation to host more than 5,000 athletes in July The countdown is on to the North American Indigenous Games being hosted in Nova Scotia after nearly three years of delays. From July 15-23, Halifax, Dartmouth and Millbrook First Nation will welcome 5,250 athletes from nearly 760 Indigenous communities, as they […]

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Wahpeton Dakota Developments & Threeosix Industrial – Vegetation Management, Mulching, and Utility Line Clearing

SASKATOON, SK, Feb. 2, 2023 – Wahpeton Dakota Developments (Prince Albert, SK) and Threeosix Industrial Services Inc. (or “Threeosix”) have been working together to develop their relationship, and collective business interests over the past two years, after having engaged in a Joint Venture (“JV”) to form Mato Industrial Construction in 2021. In Q2 of 2022, […]

by ahnationtalk on February 2, 202339 Views

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Minto Metals Reports Multiple High-Grade Copper Intersections From Follow-up Drilling at Minto North Including 1.91% Copper Over 34.59 Metres

WHITEHORSE, YT, Feb. 2, 2023– Minto Metals Corp. (“Minto” or the “Company”) is pleased to report the progress from its 2022 exploration drilling program at the Minto Mine located within the Selkirk First Nation’s Territory in central Yukon, Canada. The Company reports updated drill results from its recently completed 2022 exploration drilling program at Minto […]

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Alberta First Nation makes big solar play with a West Coast connection – Vancouver Sun

Feb 01, 2023 Solar power presented the Athabasca Chipewyan Nation an opportunity to diversify its energy investments at the same time demand is rising for renewable power. The Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation is about 1,000 km away from Highway 3 in southern Alberta, but couldn’t pass up the investment opportunities presented by solar-power developments along […]

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Supporting Indigenous-Led Innovation with New Partnership

February 1, 2023 The Ontario Trillium Foundation’s (OTF) Partnership Investments program is supporting a new partnership that expands Indigenous-led social finance opportunities to bring ideas and financial capital to Indigenous communities – building community wealth and improving well-being. A new partnership was launched in Ontario to support Nurturing the Financial EcoSystem Project – an Indigenous-designed […]

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The Daily Thursday, February 2, 2023

Building permits, December 2022 The monthly total seasonally adjusted value of building permits in Canada decreased 7.3% in December to $10.3 billion. Declines were posted in both the residential and the non-residential sectors. Continue reading Open Database of Greenhouses The Open Database of Greenhouses (ODG) is now available as part of Statistics Canada’s Linkable Open Data […]

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