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Canadian Seafood Farmers’ Letter to Federal, Provincial and Territorial Agriculture and Aquaculture Ministers

July 12, 2024 The Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance, on behalf of Canada’s seafood farmers, is pleased to share with you a copy of its letter to federal, provincial and territorial ministers of agriculture and aquaculture in advance of their respective summer meetings. The letter was submitted to the ministers on July 11, 2024 and reminds […]

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First Nations Leaders from BC Attend AFN Annual General Assembly in Montréal

July 12, 2024 (Kanien’kehá:ka Nation/Montréal, PQ) – The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) held its 45th Annual General Assembly this week, July 9th to 11th, 2024. This year’s theme for the AGA was “Strengthening Our Relations,”. This important event brought together Chiefs, leaders, youth, knowledge keepers, veterans, women, and community members to engage in crucial […]

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Mohawks’ banners may not be put back at Elora community centre – Guelph News

July 12, 2024 Staff have recommended excluding banners with Indigenous-themed logos or names until the development of a relevant policy CENTRE WELLINGTON – As banners are proposed to return to the Jefferson Elora Community Centre, banners from Non-Indigenous sports teams using Indigenous-themed sports logos and names could be excluded until a relevant policy is developed. […]

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Bigstone Cree Nation boycotting Slave Lake over councillor comments – Cochrane Eagle

Jul 12, 2024 Controversy sparked by Slave Lake Coun. Shawn Gramlich’s online post has raised questions of racism, public safety, and individual and institutional accountability Bigstone Cree Nation has declared a boycott of all goods and services from Slave Lake after a controversial social media post from a town councillor sparked heated digital debate, including […]

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Kele Antoine wins second term as Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ chief – Cabin Radio

July 11, 2024 Kele Antoine has been narrowly re-elected as Chief of the Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ First Nation, according to results posted on the First Nation’s Facebook page on Thursday. A statement of results suggested Antoine had received 119 votes to challenger Mavis Cli-Michaud’s 110. Antoine came through a six-way contest for chief in 2021 to secure his […]

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Opinion: Indigenous women play central leadership role – Winnipeg Free Press

Jul. 12, 2024 National Indigenous Peoples Day once again passed on June 21. Many of us witnessed incredible Indigenous women dancing and singing in ribbon skirts, holding ceremonial feathers and celebrating the summer solstice. Many of us also know about the tragic history of Indigenous women post-European contact in the 1500s or so. They were […]

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Poilievre promises chiefs more economic control in speech to Assembly of First Nations – CBC

Jul 11, 2024 Conservative leader made remarks during first in-person speech to AFN since becoming leader In his first in-person speech to the Assembly of First Nations on Thursday, Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre promised chiefs a government led by him would reduce the federal government’s role their lives and give them more say over their economic futures. “I’m not […]

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Prime Minister strengthens defence and security partnerships at the NATO Summit

July 11, 2024 The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today concluded his participation in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Summit in Washington, D.C., United States of America. A cornerstone of transatlantic security for 75 years, the NATO Alliance has a critical role in upholding democracy, peace, security, and the rules-based international order. Today, the Alliance […]

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Historic Draft Final Agreement Reached for Long-term Reform of Child & Family Services

July 11, 2024 MONTREAL, QC: Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) joined with Chiefs of Ontario, the Assembly of First Nations, and Indigenous Services Canada to announce a $47.8-billion draft Final Agreement on the long-term reform of the First Nations Child and Family Services Program. “Our journey began eight years ago when we obtained standing at the […]

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Statement by the Prime Minister on an agreement-in-principle reached between Canada and the United States on the Columbia River Treaty

July 11, 2024 The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on an agreement-in-principle reached between Canada and the United States on the Columbia River Treaty: “Canada and the United States have always been steadfast partners when it comes to protecting our shared waters. Today, in Washington, D.C., I’m proud to reaffirm this […]

by ahnationtalk on July 11, 202431 Views

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