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New 25-km trail opens on Vancouver Island’s west coast – Victoria Times Colonist

$51 million in federal funding for trail in Pacific Rim National Parks Reserve TOFINO — Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation, the Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government and Parks Canada joined this week in welcoming visitors to use a new multi-use pathway at the Combers Beach trailhead in the Pacific Rim National Parks Reserve. The path, which extends around 25 kilometres, […]

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COVID-19 boosters recommended for the fall, Canada’s vaccine advisory body says – CBC

NACI says it’s watching development of vaccines that target Omicron and its subvariants Jun 29, 2022 People at high risk of severe disease from COVID-19 infection should be offered a booster shot this fall, regardless of how many boosters they’ve previously received, the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) said on Wednesday. That group includes […]

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Alberta Utilities Commission approves $31M ATCO fine, says in public interest – CTV News

June 30, 2022 CALGARY – The Alberta Utilities Commission has approved a $31-million fine proposed for ATCO Electric’s attempts to overcharge ratepayers for costs it shouldn’t have incurred. In April, ATCO Electric agreed to pay the penalty after a commission investigation found it deliberately overpaid a First Nation group for work on a new transmission […]

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Abegweit First Nation’s fish hatchery celebrates releasing over a million fish to Island streams – CBC

Jun 30, 2022 Scotchfort facility has been releasing Indigenous fish species since 2012 The fish hatchery at Abegweit First Nation, P.E.I. is celebrating an important milestone: it has now released more than one million fish into Island streams. Since 2012, the facility on the reserve at Scotchfort has been raising Indigenous fish species like salmon […]

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At a Glance – SenCanada

While senators’ duties are mainly as legislators in Parliament, their work also takes them far beyond, both physically and virtually. Learn more about some of their activities. Read More: https://sencanada.ca/en/sencaplus/news/at-a-glance-2022-06-29/

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How Indigenous Groups Are Using 3-D Technology to Preserve Ancient Practices – Scientific American

June 29, 2022 To safeguard fragile cultural objects, some groups are replicating them with digital models In a cavernous Smithsonian Institution workshop, a team of imaging experts laser scans a small, hand-carved cedar hat. It was crafted more than 140 years ago from a solid piece of wood and depicts a bear with large copper […]

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Fort Nelson geothermal project enters testing phase – Cabin Radio

June 30, 2022 A second round of water testing for the Fort Nelson First Nation’s geothermal power plant is expected by next week, ensuring groundwater in the region can support geothermal electricity and heat production. Owned by the Fort Nelson First Nation, the Tu Deh-Kah power plant will be BC’s first geothermal electricity plant once […]

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Sandy Lake First Nation 80 Active Cases of COVID-19 – NetNewsLedger

June 30, 2022 SANDY LAKE – COVID-19 Update – While many people seem convinced that COVID-19 is over, that certainly isn’t the case in Sandy Lake First Nation. There are eighty active cases in the community that has a population of under 2000. Thirty-six (36) new cases. 7 cleared. Total: 80 active cases Summary of […]

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Indigenous-led Winnipeg organizations’ $620M investment plan proposes new hospital, housing – CBC

Jun 29, 2022 Decade-long Winnipeg Indigenous Executive Circle plan focuses on making city a better, healthier place A hospital for Indigenous people and hundreds of new housing units are among the spending priorities laid out in an investment plan released Wednesday by a coalition of Indigenous-led organizations in Winnipeg. The Winnipeg Indigenous Executive Circle — a coalition […]

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Program boosts the future for Indigenous single moms in Peterborough area – Peterborough Examiner

June 29, 2022 Partnership between Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre and Fleming College. The Urban Indigenous Homeward Bound program is helping women in the Peterborough area realize their potential through higher education. The program, a partnership between the Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre and Fleming College, focuses on female-led single-parent households. The four-year program will help Indigenous woman achieve […]

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