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Joyce Lake Direct Shipping Iron Ore Project — Participant Funding Available

From: Impact Assessment Agency of Canada March 5, 2021 — Ottawa — Impact Assessment Agency of Canada Funding provided by the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (the Agency) is now available to help the public and Indigenous groups participate in the federal environmental assessment for the proposed Joyce Lake Direct Shipping Iron Ore Project, an […]

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Hydro One selects Forbes Bros Ltd. and Valard Construction LP to support development of the Waasigan Transmission Line project

Hydro One selects Forbes Bros Ltd. and Valard Construction LP to support development of the Waasigan Transmission Line project TORONTO, March 5, 2021 – Hydro One announced today that it has selected Forbes Bros Ltd. and Valard Construction LP as the successful participants in the early contractor involvement (ECI) process, for the development of the […]

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Carleton U – Panel and Report Launch: Public Services Safety for LGBTQ2+ Older Adults and Workers

Please join Carleton University’s Susan Braedley, professor in the School of Social Work, and expert panellists for the launch of a new research report, It’s Got to be About Safety”: Public Services that Work for LGBTQ2+ Older Adults and LGBTQ2+ Workers in Canada, produced by research partners the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Egale […]

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Coady Institute: International Women’s Week 2021 Schedule

We are pleased to once again collaborate with the Antigonish Women’s Resource Centre & Sexual Assault Services Association (AWRC) and other local organizations for International Women’s Week Antigonish 2021 for a calendar of both online and in person events. Women Read! Women Lead! Feminist Storytelling for Equity and Justice is the local theme this year, […]

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The Limits of Our Knowledge: Tracking the Size and Scope of Police Involvement with Persons with Mental Illness

Established by the President of the Royal Society of Canada in April 2020, the RSC Task Force on COVID-19 was mandated to provide evidence-informed perspectives on major societal challenges in response to and recovery from COVID-19. The Task Force established a series of Working Groups to rapidly develop Policy Briefings, with the objective of supporting […]

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UWinnipeg professor co-edits new book exploring mothering during COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted many groups of people, but maybe none more than mothers. After becoming frustrated with the lack of recognition of mothers being frontline workers, University of Winnipeg Professor Dr. Fiona Green. Department of Women, and Gender Studies and Dr. Andrea O’Reilly, York University, put out a call for creative art, poetry, […]

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Northern Ontario Mining Showcase to bring 67 local businesses and organizations to world stage at PDAC 2021

From: FedNor FedNor and City of Temiskaming Shores reveal roster of Northern Ontario exhibitors to participate at international virtual mining conference March 5, 2021, Temiskaming Shores, ON – Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario – FedNor Northern Ontario’s mining supply and service sectors generate an estimated $5.6 billion annually and support an additional 23,000 […]

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USask awarded $6.76M to help revive North American bison population, strengthen Canadian cattle industry

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (USask) has been awarded $6.76 million from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) to help conserve bison and other threatened animal species and address challenges facing the beef cattle industry, including antimicrobial resistance which poses a global threat to animals and humans. “Working with our partners in the livestock […]

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Confederation College: Biboon – Winter Storytelling Event – Mar. 12, 1-3pm

Biboon Dibaajimowinan means Winter Storytelling in Anishinaabemowin. Winter Storytelling is the traditional practice of Anishinaabek in the wintertime. Traditional and oral legends are shared during the long winter nights as a means of entertainment when the days are short and the weather is cold. This year’s event will be a cross-cultural afternoon of storytelling from Confederation […]

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National Chief Bellegarde urges Ottawa to rethink Mi’kmaq fisheries decision – CBC

Mar 05, 2021 Perry Bellegarde says Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan has ‘badly mismanaged this file’ The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations is demanding the federal government restart talks on the Mi’kmaq fishery in Nova Scotia after the Department of Fisheries (DFO) announced it will not issue fishing licences to First Nations in Atlantic Canada outside of […]

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