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AFN Regional Chief Augustine Mourns Loss of Candace Stevens, Calls for Full and Thorough Investigation by Law Enforcement

AFN Regional Chief Augustine Mourns Loss of Candace Stevens, Calls for Full and Thorough Investigation by Law Enforcement November 2, 2018 (Eel Ground First Nations, NB): Assembly of First Nations (AFN) New Brunswick-Prince Edward Island Regional Chief Roger Augustine is calling for local police and RCMP to conduct a full and thorough investigation into the […]

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SK Government: Inquest Into The Death Of Brydon Whitstone

November 2, 2018 The public inquest into the death of Brydon Whitstone will take place from December 3-7, 2018, at Court of Queen’s Bench in Battleford, Saskatchewan. The first day of the inquest is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m., with remaining start times to be determined by the presiding coroner. Whitstone, 22, was fatally […]

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Government of Canada announces judicial appointments in the province of Ontario

From: Department of Justice Canada November 2, 2018 – Ottawa, Ontario – Department of Justice Canada The Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, today announced the following appointments under the new judicial application process introduced on October 20, 2016. The new process emphasizes transparency, merit, and diversity, and will?continue to […]

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Government of Canada announces judicial appointments in the province of Saskatchewan

From: Department of Justice Canada November 2, 2018 – Ottawa, Ontario – Department of Justice Canada The Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, today announced the following appointments under the new judicial application process introduced on October 20, 2016. The new process emphasizes transparency, merit, and diversity, and will continue […]

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Tori Stafford rally sidetracked by complaints on carbon tax, budget deficits – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?2,?2018 OTTAWA _ A rally on Parliament Hill meant to protest the controversial transfer of Tori Stafford’s killer from a prison to an Indigenous healing lodge was sidetracked by complaints over a carbon tax, veterans benefits and federal deficits. Veteran Colin Saunders raised a number of political issues that seemed to […]

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City (Iqaluit) passes By-law for Cannabis consumption, smoking and vaping

OCTOBER 10, 2018 – (IQALUIT, NUNAVUT) – Mayor Redfern, on behalf of Council, announced today that the City’s By-law for Cannabis Consumption, Smoking and Vaping passed the third reading last night. Bylaw #863will go into effect on October 17th – the day Federal and Territorial Cannabis Legislation becomes law. The Government of Nunavut’s (GN) Cannabis […]

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Statement from SCO – Ivan Zinger Annual 2017/18 Report on Corrections Canada

October 31, 2018 Statement from the Southern Chiefs’ Organization Inc. RE: Ivan Zinger Annual 2017/18 Report on Corrections Canada ANISHINAABE TERRITORY, MB –?Grand Chief Jerry Daniels agrees with Canada’s Correctional Investigator’s report regarding Corrections and the Truth and Reconciliation’s Calls to Action. The report, released yesterday calls for the Federal Government and Correctional Services to […]

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Greyhound exit leaves gap for homeless, domestic violence shelters – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?2,?2018 By Lauren Krugel THE CANADIAN PRESS CALGARY _ Organizations that help the homeless and those fleeing domestic violence say they have lost a vital resource with Greyhound’s exit from the West _and they’re not sure how well a patchwork of alternatives will be able to fill the gap. Awo Taan […]

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Funeral today for Fredericton woman police say was victim of homicide – CBC

Fredericton police seek any information about death of Candace Stevens, whose body was found in Renous area Nov 02, 2018 Friends and family are paying their respects Friday to Candace (Cree) Stevens, a young Indigenous single mother whose body was discovered Saturday on a rural road southwest of Miramichi. Her funeral will be held in […]

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MB Government: Province Proclaims November as Domestic Violence Awareness Month

November 01, 2018 Sustainable Development Minister Rochelle Squires, minister responsible for the status of women, is proclaiming November as Domestic Violence Awareness Month and urging Manitobans to speak out against abuse. “As we reflect on this issue, I’m sure most of us can think of family members, friends or co-workers who have dealt with domestic […]

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60s Scoop payouts on hold as fight rages over $75 million in legal fees – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?1,?2018 By Colin Perkel THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ A novel effort by some survivors to challenge the court-approved settlement of the ’60s Scoop class action amid a squabble over $75 million in legal fees could delay payments to the victims, court documents show. The request to appeal the agreement finalized […]

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A growing toll: 56,800 migrants dead and missing in 4 years – CP

Source: The Associated Press Nov?1,?2018?14:31 By Lori Hinnant And Bram Janssen THE ASSOCIATED PRESS JOHANNESBURG _ One by one, five to a grave, the coffins are buried in the red earth of this ill-kept corner of a South African cemetery. The scrawl on the cheap wood attests to their anonymity: “Unknown B/Male.” These men were […]

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I’m not going back to prison’: How a healing lodge motivated one inmate to change – CBC

‘Every person that resides at the Stan Daniels Healing Centre has had to earn their way here,’ says director Oct 31, 2018 There are no locks or bars to keep Christopher Houle from leaving the Stan Daniels Healing Centre in Edmonton, but the inmate says he has never considered escaping. “I don’t want to jeopardize […]

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AB Government: Preventing violence and helping survivors

Nov 01, 2018 To mark Family Violence Prevention Month, the government is taking action to increase awareness, support survivors and end family violence. Family violence is an abuse of power in a family, intimate partnership or other trusting relationship where people rely on each other. It can affect people of all ages, abilities, cultural backgrounds, […]

by ahnationtalk on November 1, 201829 Views

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Few choose to opt out of Sixties Scoop settlement as deadline passes – CBC

By the afternoon of Oct. 31 only 2 people had opted out of the deal Some victims of the Sixties Scoop had difficult decisions to make this week as they chose whether to opt out of a class action suit, or receive a cash settlement. October 31 was the deadline for people outside Ontario who […]

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‘Somehow we became the enemy’: Sixties Scoop survivors say they were kept in the dark about summer court hearings – APTN News

October 31, 2018 A group of ’60s Scoop survivors say they were left in the dark about a court hearing in New Brunswick involving lawyers’ fees associated with their settlement agreement with Canada and is asking the Federal Court of Appeal to quash the judge’s ruling. The motion, which has yet to be heard by […]

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Alberta proposes legislation to better protect children in government care – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?31,?2018? EDMONTON _ Alberta is proposing legislation that would see First Nations notified if social workers were thinking of removing an Indigenous child from a family’s care. It would ensure that a study would be done of a child’s home and cultural connections before any private guardianship application were approved. There […]

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Manitoba Highlights Crime Prevention Programs Receiving Provincial Support

October 31, 2018 Province Sends Youth to Attend Crime Prevention Event, Donates Forfeited Vehicle to Crime Stoppers: Cullen To mark Crime Prevention Month, the Manitoba government is investing in crime prevention and community outreach programs including $91,000 to support the ongoing work of Crime Stoppers and more than $131,000 for crime prevention programs led by […]

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Statement: Minister Goodale welcomes the Office of the Correctional Investigator’s Annual Report

OTTAWA, October 30, 2018 –?Today,?the Honourable Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, issued the following statement in response of the Office of the Correctional Investigator’s (OCI) 2017-18 Annual Report. “The Correctional Investigator contributes to public safety by identifying issues of concern within the federal correctional system. To enhance that important work, we […]

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Mom cries telling B.C. jury about last day she saw young daughter alive in 1978 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?30,?2018? By Camille Bains THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ The mother of a 12-year-old girl who disappeared 40 years ago tearfully told a jury Tuesday about the last time she saw her daughter outside Merritt, B.C. Madeline Lanaro said she was driving her old Mustang home with her other children when […]

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Give Indigenous people more control, resources to address over-incarceration, says correctional investigator – CBC

Ivan Zinger’s new report says ‘heavy lifting has hardly begun’ on TRC calls to action in corrections Oct 30, 2018 Canada’s correctional investigator is calling on the federal government and the Correctional Service to work on handing responsibility, control and resources to Indigenous communities to “address the enormity of the challenge of Indigenous over-incarceration.” “Loosening […]

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Prison watchdog says politicians need to put McClintic transfer ‘behind us’ – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?30,?2018? OTTAWA _ When politicians use particular criminal cases to inflame their supporters it doesn’t help public safety, Canada’s corrections ombudsman said Tuesday. While ombudsman Ivan Zinger wouldn’t comment directly on the controversial transfer of the woman convicted of murdering eight-year-old Tori Stafford from a prison to an Indigenous healing lodge, […]

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Spirit Lake Sioux tribe sues North Dakota over voting rules – CP

Source: The Associated Press Oct?30,?2018? By Blake Nicholson THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BISMARCK, N.D. _ The Spirit Lake Sioux tribe on Tuesday sued the state of North Dakota over its voting identification requirements, part of a larger effort to ensure American Indians can vote in next week’s election in the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court […]

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RCMP seeking public assistance in search for missing Dawson Creek teen – CFNR

October 30, 2018 Dawson Creek RCMP are requesting public assistance in the search for a missing teen. 15 year-old Nitasha Chowace was reported missing on October 22nd after she failed to return home on time for her curfew. Chowace is described as a 5 foot 1 Aboriginal woman, weighing 101 pounds, with long dark brown […]

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Indigenous legal fund pitch a ‘divide and conquer’ tactic: Senator – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?30,?2018? By Lauren Krugel THE CANADIAN PRESS CALGARY _ A Manitoba senator says a proposal by Alberta’s United Conservatives to pick up the legal tabs of pro-pipeline First Nations is an example of age-old “divide-and-conquer” tactics. Leader Jason Kenney touted the proposed legal fund in a Calgary speech this month as […]

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Correctional Investigator’s 2017-18 Annual Report calls for more openness, transparency, and accountability in Federal Corrections

OTTAWA, October 30, 2018 –?The 45th?Annual Report of the Office of the Correctional Investigator (OCI) was tabled in Parliament today. ?In remarks accompanying the release of his report, the Correctional Investigator, Dr. Ivan Zinger, referred to the recent appointment of Ms. Anne Kelly as the Commissioner of the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC), as well […]

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Volunteers Being Sought To Help In Search For Missing Man – 89.5 The Lake FM

October 30, 2018 Grand Council Treaty Three is trying to round up some volunteers to help in the search for a missing man from the Big Island First Nation. Bradley Kirkrude Junior has been missing for 22 days. Grand Chief Frances Kavenaugh says family and friends are exhausted after searching for the missing man daily […]

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Missing 13-year-old Girl – Thunder Bay – NetNewsLedger

30 October 2018 THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance in locating missing person Treasure SPOON who is 13 years old. Treasure SPOON was last seen leaving her residence at 3:30 pm on Monday 29 October 2018. Treasure SPOON is described as an Indigenous female, 160 cm, 54.5 kg, […]

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Commissioner Audette met with European Parliament’s Human Rights Committee

Toronto – October 24, 2018 – HARTE GOLD CORP. (“Harte Gold” or the “Company”) (TSX: HRT / OTC: HRTFF / Frankfurt: H4O) Harte Gold Corp. was joined today by Ontario Premier Doug Ford, as well as the Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines, Greg Rickford to celebrate the Grand Opening and ribbon cutting of […]

by pmnationtalk on October 30, 201819 Views

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Disturbing and unnecessary’: FSIN decries decision to arm conservation officers – CBC

FSIN Vice Chief says move ‘could potentially be disastrous’ Oct 29, 2018 The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations says Saskatchewan’s plan to arm conservation officers with new rifles happened without proper consultation and could lead to lives lost. On Oct. 24 the government of Saskatchewan posted a Request for Bid seeking 147 semi-automatic patrol carbines. […]

by ahnationtalk on October 30, 201816 Views

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European Parliament Subcommittee on Human Rights Reaches out to the Native Women’s Association of Canada – Raises Concerns about Discrimination Against Indigenous Women in Canada

Ottawa, ON – Today, the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) met with representatives from the European Parliament Subcommittee on Human Rights (DROI) to discuss the ongoing systemic and aggravated forms of discrimination against Indigenous women, girls and gender-diverse people in Canada. “The international community’s concern regarding the staggering rates of violence against Indigenous women […]

by ahnationtalk on October 29, 201844 Views

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Pardons don’t go far enough. Convictions for cannabis possession must be expunged – CBC

A future government could retract pardons for simple possession en masse by amending the Criminal Records Act Oct 29, 2018 In 2013, Justin Trudeau – then leader of the third-place party – admitted to having smoked cannabis about a half-dozen times. He was unapologetic. He noted that the most recent occasion was during a dinner […]

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Standing Hearing for Inquest into Deaths of Adrian Lacquette and Evan Caron

A standing hearing will take place to determine who can participate in the upcoming inquest into the deaths of Adrian Lacquette, 23, and Evan Grant Caron, 33, both of Winnipeg. On Sept. 13, 2017, Lacquette was shot several times during an altercation with members of the Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) during the course of a […]

by pmnationtalk on October 29, 201836 Views

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The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs calls for tips in disappearance of Dwayne Lavallee

Treaty One Territory, MB?–?Grand Chief Arlen Dumas?of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) is requesting that people come forward with tips to support the search for missing Skownan citizen?Dwayne Lavallee. The 21-year-old man has been missing from his First Nation since September. He was last seen in the Ebb and Flow First Nation on September […]

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New cell service increases safety along Highway of Tears

Oct. 26, 2018 WITSET – The only First Nation without cellular service along Highway 16 will soon have access to new wireless coverage, increasing safety, enhancing communications and bringing economic opportunities for people in Witset?and surrounding areas. “This new cell tower will make it much easier for people to call for help during an emergency […]

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 201857 Views

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Indigenous #MeToo catching fire in B.C. First Nations communities – CBC

Lack of services prevents Indigenous sexual assault victims from coming forward, advocates say Oct 26, 2018 A recent Facebook post by Lauraleigh Paul, the daughter of Vancouver artist Lawrence Paul, alleging an Indigenous actor had sexually assaulted her, has spurred other Indigenous women to do the same. Over the past week, scores of Indigenous people […]

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Family calls for inquest into death of former Grassy Narrows First Nation chief – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?26,?2018? By Shawn Jeffords THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ The family of an Ontario First Nation chief, who was a vocal advocate for a community plagued by a mercury-contaminated river, called Friday for an inquest into his death, saying it was needed to shed light on the illness he grappled with […]

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 201843 Views

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Judge’s order for inquest is upheld – Whitehorse Star

The Yukon Court of Appeal has upheld a Supreme Court order to hold an inquest regarding the death of Cynthia Roxanne Blackjack. The Yukon Court of Appeal has upheld a Supreme Court order to hold an inquest regarding the death of Cynthia Roxanne Blackjack. Justice Gail Dickson’s 30-page written decision was released Wednesday. Justices Elizabeth […]

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 201832 Views

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Family calls for inquest into death of former Grassy Narrows First Nation chief – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?26,?2018? TORONTO _ The family of a former chief of an Ontario First Nation plagued by a mercury-contaminated river is calling for an inquest into his death. Relatives of Steve Fobister Sr., the former chief of the Grassy Narrows First Nation who died this month, say the probe would prove his […]

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 201825 Views

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The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada and Indigenous Tourism Ontario sign memorandum of understanding

October 24, 2018, Territory of the Three Fires Confederacy (Windsor, Ontario)?– The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) and the Indigenous Tourism Association of Ontario (ITO) have signed a memorandum of understanding to further the growth of authentic Indigenous market and export-ready businesses in Ontario. The three-year agreement will advance the important work ITO has […]

by pmnationtalk on October 26, 201837 Views

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Ahousaht First Nation, Sikh agency connect to right wrong of British past – Times Colonist

October 26, 2018 The story of a little Indigenous girl ripped from her family in 1864 has connected two communities still reeling from the colonial legacy of the British Empire. The story of how the Ahousaht First Nation came to receive $100,000 from a Sikh humanitarian agency starts with a toddler who would come to […]

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 201819 Views

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NU Government: Justice Committee seeking members in four communities

October 26, 2018 Do you have knowledge and experience with restorative justice, social issues and Inuit societal values? Interested in helping victims and offenders? The Justice Committees in Arviat, Cambridge Bay, Gjoa Haven and Coral Harbour are currently recruiting members. Justice committees in Nunavut use a community-based approach to assist victims of crime and work […]

by pmnationtalk on October 26, 201841 Views

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Death of Cape Breton woman not random, RCMP say – CBC

22-year-old found dead in a home on We’koqma’q? First Nation on Wednesday Oct 26, 2018 Police say the death of a 22-year-old woman on We’koqma’q? First Nation in Cape Breton on Wednesday was not random. Two infants were also found in the home where the woman was discovered. The children were not harmed and are […]

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 201824 Views

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Admit he was poisoned, family of Steve Fobister Sr. demands of federal, Ontario governments – CBC

Statements from ministers, Prime Minister, don’t explicitly mention Grassy Narrows mercury poisoning Oct 26, 2018 The family of former Grassy Narrows First Nation Chief Steve Fobister Sr. is demanding that federal and Ontario government officials acknowledge that Fobister died from mercury poisoning brought on by industrial dumping into the English-Wabigoon River System. Fobister’s family announced […]

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BC Government: New homes on the way for women and children fleeing violence

October 25, 2018 VICTORIA – The British Columbia government is building 280 new homes to provide safe places to stay for women and children fleeing violence, the first major investment in transition housing in more than two decades. These homes will be delivered in 12 projects around the province. They are the first step in […]

by pmnationtalk on October 26, 201825 Views

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Police reopen investigation into 1972 death of Ontario Indigenous teen – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?25,?2018? Police in Ontario say they’ve reopened an investigation into the 1972 death of an Indigenous teen. They say Audrey Anderson, 19, was found lying by the side of a road near Sioux Lookout, Ont., after being seen leaving a local restaurant with two men. Det. Insp. Gilles Depratto with the […]

by ahnationtalk on October 25, 201835 Views

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SCOC Caledonia – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Oct?25,?2018? OTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada says it will hear a case involving a man who sued the Ontario Provincial Police and claimed permanent injury after a struggle in Caledonia, Ont. in 2009. Randy Fleming says he was walking down a street with Canadian flags near […]

by ahnationtalk on October 25, 201820 Views

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Police Search for Missing People – My Timmins Now

Oct. 25th, 2018 The Timmins Police Service is looking for two missing people. Officers say 26-year-old Sylvie “Andrea” Sutherland was last seen on Friday in the Timmins area. Police say she has no fixed address and is described as Indigenous, five foot eight, about 120 pounds with a slim build, long black hair and brown […]

by ahnationtalk on October 25, 201825 Views

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Algoma U & SSM Police Service Sign MOU on Indigenous Training

(SAULT STE. MARIE, ON – October 24, 2018): This evening, Algoma University and the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will see the University offer an educational training program, titled Shifting Indigenous Frontline Tactics (SHIFT) to all local police personnel. “We are pleased to be entering into this significant […]

by ahnationtalk on October 25, 201822 Views

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Yukon appeals court upholds order for inquest into death of Cynthia Blackjack – CBC

First Nation alleged systemic discrimination played a role in Blackjack’s death in 2013 Oct 25, 2018 The Court of Appeal of Yukon has upheld a lower court order that an inquest be held into the 2013 death of Carmacks, Yukon, resident Cynthia Blackjack. Blackjack was 29 years old when she died during an approximately 150 […]

by ahnationtalk on October 25, 201821 Views

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