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Government of Canada appoints Sarah Jerome new Northwest Territories member to the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada

From: Parks Canada May 6, 2021                           Ottawa, Ontario                             Parks Canada Agency The Government of Canada, through the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, helps connect Canadians with our shared […]

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Residents of the Northwest Territories to benefit from improvements to community infrastructure

From: Infrastructure Canada Kakisa, Northwest Territories, May 6, 2021—The health, safety, and well-being of Northerners are the top priorities of the governments of Canada and the Northwest Territories. Throughout the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, both governments have been taking decisive action to support families, businesses and communities – and continue to look ahead to […]

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NL Government: Premier’s Economic Recovery Team Releases Report

May 6, 2021 Today, Dame Moya Greene, OC, DBE, and Chairperson of the Premier’s Economic Recovery Team (PERT), submitted her report to the Honourable Andrew Furey, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador. The report, titled “The Big Reset”, is a plan of action to respond to the province’s immediate fiscal challenges and plot a new course […]

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Government of Canada announces Polar Icebreakers to enhance Canada’s Arctic presence and provide critical services to Canadians

From: Canadian Coast Guard May 6, 2021 Ottawa, ON – Canada has three oceans and the longest coastline in the world. Our nation’s blue economy depends on a strong Coast Guard fleet to keep mariners safe, protect our coasts and waterways, and deliver commercial goods and other vital services to Canadians. The recent growth in […]

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Sneak peek into the new work of the Arctic Council – A briefing series

Be one of the first to learn about the latest reports, assessments and activities from the Council’s Working Groups on the topics of climate change, Arctic shipping, human health and innovation in Arctic communities The Arctic Council under the leadership of its six Working Groups and its Expert Group on Black Carbon and Methane will […]

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CYFN, AFN call for crackdown on Yukon MLAs after crude text exchange – CBC

‘An apology does not suffice in addressing this behaviour and the biases that fuel it’ May 06, 2021 The Council of Yukon First Nations (CYFN) and the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Yukon Region are calling on Yukon Party leader Currie Dixon to come down harder on some MLAs who engaged in a “deplorable, abhorrent and unacceptable” text […]

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Trudeau’s promise to improve First Nations drinking water years behind schedule: federal government – Global News

May 5, 2021 Long-term drinking water advisories affecting First Nations will take several years longer to fix than what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised, according to a new action plan presented in Parliament. The plan, discussed at a House of Commons committee on April 29, was prepared by Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) in response to […]

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The past is present as young descendants of 1850 Métis Petition witness historic signing – SaultOnline.com

May 6, 2021 Regional Implementation Agreement lays a path for community consultations, greater citizen involvement and protects the inherent rights of the regional Métis community. Sault Ste Marie, ON • May 5, 2021 — Four young Métis people had the opportunity to witness history during a virtual signing ceremony on May 4, 2021 as the […]

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Yukon First Nations Call Upon Yukon Party Leader to Impose Stronger Measures for MLAs

May 5, 2021 WHITEHORSE – Yukon First Nations, the Council of Yukon First Nations (CYFN) and Assembly of First Nations Yukon Region (AFN Yukon) are calling for stricter consequences for veteran Yukon Party MLAs that engaged in inappropriate texts that were made public earlier this week. Yukon First Nations have expressed deep concern over the […]

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After multiple attempts, suicide prevention legislation passed in Saskatchewan – APTN News

Doyle Vermette says Bill 601 is something he’s been pushing the Saskatchewan legislature to pass for years. “I presented the Bill three times,” he tells APTN News. The NDP MLA for Cumberland and the opposition critic for northern affairs and mental health is talking about his suicide prevention legislation. He first proposed it in 2018 […]

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