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Call for Applications – Blue Futures

May 19, 2022 The Students on Ice Foundation is excited to partner with the National Geographic’s Pristine Seas initiative on an exciting Blue Futures Pathways Expedition. This expedition offers a unique experiential learning opportunity for a small group of youth to learn alongside and participate in a Pristine Seas’ film and research expedition aboard the […]

by ahnationtalk on May 19, 202228 Views

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Bar U Ranch National Historic Site officially kicks off 2022 visitor season

From: Parks Canada May 19, 2022 The network of protected areas administered by Parks Canada is a gateway to nature, history, and 450 000 km² of memories from coast to coast to coast. Bar U Ranch National Historic Site is pleased to welcome visitors for the 2022 visitor season. This season, the Bar U Ranch […]

by ahnationtalk on May 19, 202229 Views

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Thirty-Five Total Active COVID-19 Cases Confirmed in the James & Hudson Bay Region

May 19, 2022 To our community members: We can confirm there are thirty-five (35) total active COVID-19 cases in our region. Please see the community case breakdown below: Community Active Cases Attawapiskat 1 Fort Albany 0 Kashechewan 21 Moose Factory 13 Moosonee 0 Peawanuck 0* *WAHA has not received updates on active cases from communities […]

by ahnationtalk on May 19, 202223 Views

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Cultural diversity of Indigenous Peoples

Credit: Tribal Trade Co Did you know that there are MANY different Nations and Tribes of Indigenous people across Canada and the United States? Indigenous people are incredibly diverse! It can be really challenging, as an Indigenous ally or even an Indigenous person, to make a good impression or not insult other indigenous people when […]

by pmnationtalk on May 19, 202249 Views

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Spring Sitting of Legislature Highlights Saskatchewan’s Plans to Get Back on Track

May 19, 2022 As the Spring sitting of the Legislature concludes today, Premier Scott Moe highlighted how Saskatchewan is getting Back on Track with key investments and economic growth fueled by fostering strong trade relationships and an expanding energy and resource sector. “Saskatchewan’s economy and finances are back on track to help grow our province and provide […]

by ahnationtalk on May 19, 202246 Views

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The IBA Congratulates the Independent Advisory Board Members for Supreme Court of Canada Appointments

May 19, 2022 Ottawa, ONT – The Indigenous Bar Association in Canada (the “IBA”) congratulates the seven members of the Independent Advisory Board who are responsible for identifying candidates to fill the upcoming Supreme Court of Canada (“SCC”) vacancy when the Honourable Michael Moldaver retires in September 2022. The IBA was pleased to, for the […]

by ahnationtalk on May 19, 202240 Views

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COVID-19 Weekly Data Report for May 19, 2022

May 19, 2022 Nova Scotia is reporting 2,513 new lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19, 59 hospitalizations and 24 deaths during the seven-day period ending May 16. The number of new cases – including those linked to long-term care facility outbreaks – and the number of new hospital admissions continue to decline, as they have since the […]

by ahnationtalk on May 19, 202221 Views

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NWAC Demands Justice for Chelsea Poorman, Chantel Moore and to See Justice Served for All Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

OTTAWA – The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) is demanding justice for Chelsea Poorman and Chantel Moore. Chelsea’s remains were discovered in April under a blanket in the backyard of a decaying mansion In Vancouver’s Shaughnessy neighbourhood. The Saskatchewan Indigenous woman had gone missing 592 days prior to the discovery. The Vancouver police department […]

by ahnationtalk on May 19, 202227 Views

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Court Rules that Manitoba Government Discriminates Against First Nations Children in the Child Welfare System

May 19, 2022 Treaty 1 Territory – Yesterday, the Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench ruled that the government of the province of Manitoba discriminates against First Nations children in the provincial Child and Family Services (CFS) system, and that its attempt to absolve itself of liability for holding back the federal Children Special Allowance (CSA) […]

by ahnationtalk on May 19, 202248 Views

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36th annual July 1 event at Canada Place focuses on a new direction

May 19, 2022 Canada Together – Weaving together the fabric of a nation Vancouver, B.C.: The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority today announced its plans for a return to an in-person event for July 1 at Canada Place, including a lineup of entertainment and activities with some significant changes designed to reimagine celebrations in the spirit […]

by ahnationtalk on May 19, 202223 Views

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