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B.C. advocate for reconciliation encourages Indigenous women to vote in upcoming provincial election – BC Local News

Through the power of voice and education Chastity Davis-Alphonse is hopeful for change Oct. 23, 2020 The former chair of the Minister’s Advisory Council on Indigenous Women headed to the advanced polls to cast her vote despite admitting disappointment in B.C’s political parties when it comes to the health, safety and wellness of Indigenous women. […]

by ahnationtalk on October 23, 202086 Views

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Métis Nation Engagement on the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

The Métis National Council (MNC) is pleased to invite you to participate in its upcoming virtual engagement sessions on proposed federal legislation to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. The MNC has been working in collaboration with the Government of Canada, the Assembly of First Nations and the […]

by ahnationtalk on October 23, 202077 Views

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Building a More Inclusive Canada: Government of Canada Supports Anti-Racism Projects in Quebec

From: Canadian Heritage October 23, 2020 Strengthening diversity and inclusion is fundamental to building a more consciously inclusive society, where everyone is able to participate fully. Racism and all forms of discrimination are some of the main causes of social and economic barriers for many Canadians. While progress has been made, much more remains to […]

by ahnationtalk on October 23, 202074 Views

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R.J. Simpson: Aurora College Transformation Progress and Benefits

Mr. Speaker, one year ago, Members of this House made the transformation of Aurora College into a polytechnic university a priority of the 19th Legislative Assembly. Today, I would like to provide an update on some of the progress that has been made toward this goal. Earlier this month, Aurora College released a three-year Strategic […]

by ahnationtalk on October 23, 202082 Views

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It’s Ottawa’s job to settle bitter lobster dispute – StCatharinesStandard.ca

Oct. 23, 2020 The hatred and violence that have shaken an Indigenous fishery in southern Nova Scotia this month should have no place in Canada, and the federal government is right to say so. The people who ransacked and torched a lobster pound, burned a van, set a boat ablaze and assaulted a local First […]

by ahnationtalk on October 23, 202058 Views

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For Acadian fisherman, early Mi’kmaq fishery in N.S. bay can ‘never’ be respected – Global News

October 23, 2020 METEGHAN, N.S. – As he stands calmly splicing anchor rope, Roger LeBlanc describes the anxiety, anger and suspicion over a Mi’kmaq lobster fishery that is coursing through his small Acadian community. “This stock has been building up for 150 years, and my grandfather and my father and myself, we sat at the […]

by ahnationtalk on October 23, 202061 Views

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We’re not backing down’: Potlokek First Nation Chief says of lobster fishery – CTV

October 22, 2020 ST. PETER’S, N.S. — Things are heating up on and off the water in the fishery dispute on Cape Breton’s Potlotek First Nation. The community’s chief says there appears to be no plan to return traps seized by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans and that a meeting with DFO Thursday has […]

by ahnationtalk on October 23, 202050 Views

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Diane Archie: Update on Strategic Infrastructure Projects

Mr. Speaker, the 19th Legislative Assembly has identified making strategic infrastructure investments that connect communities, expand the economy or reduce the cost of living as one of its priorities. This includes a focus on the Mackenzie Valley Highway, the Slave Geological Province Corridor, and the Taltson Hydro Expansion Project. It is important that these development […]

by ahnationtalk on October 23, 202068 Views

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Morning Brief: Crisis averted, again – iPolitics

Oct 23, 2020 Good morning and happy Friday. The Liberals decided they will not consider another Conservative committee motion a confidence vote, sparing the Canadian public the repeat drama of insider parliamentary disputes boiling over into election-causing territory. But that doesn’t mean it won’t cause a heated conflict. And the Liberals say that they can’t […]

by ahnationtalk on October 23, 202050 Views

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Canadian ministers condemn ‘disgusting’ attacks on Mi’kmaq fisheries | FULL

Credit:Global News Liberal cabinet ministers on Monday condemned the “disgusting” violence against Mi’kmaq fishing compounds in Nova Scotia and vowed to protect their treaty right to fish for a “moderate livelihood” that has become the focus of mob attacks from non-Indigenous fishers. Public Safety Minister Bill Blair made a plea to the public for anyone […]

by pmnationtalk on October 22, 2020100 Views

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