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Amnesty calls for accountability on coerced sterilization of Indigenous women – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?12,?2018? OTTAWA _ Amnesty International Canada is calling on the federal government to appoint a special representative to hear from Indigenous women coerced into sterilization procedures _ to learn what justice would look like for them. The human rights organization also plans to raise awareness at this month’s United Nations Committee […]

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Reconciliation on Toronto Islands – NOW Magazine

Toronto islanders and Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation build a new model for land sharing, trust and friendship November 12, 2018 Welcome to Toronto Islands,” says the Islander to the delegation from the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation, as he prepares to raise the band’s flag up the pole. “Right back […]

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First striped bass fishery in 20 years makes a splash – CBC

Eel Ground First Nation began fishing commercially in early October Nov 12, 2018 The first Canadian striped bass fishery in 20 years is making a splash in the U.S. and across Canada. Eel Ground First Nation obtained a commercial fishery licence this year, marking the first time the Department of Fisheries and Oceans has allowed […]

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New grant honours memory of first Indigenous woman to graduate from McMaster – Daily News McMaster

November 8, 2018 The description beneath Marjorie Anderson’s photo in the 1935 McMaster yearbook reads, “The sort of person to whom people tell their troubles.” Eighty-three years after that description was published, Anderson’s son, Don Lynch, says there couldn’t be a better way to remember his mother. “She was such a kind person. She was […]

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Dene Nation ‘not happy’ with distribution of $600M in funding for on-reserve housing – CBC

Chief says there is ‘lack of clarity’ over whether N.W.T. communities can access funding Nov 12, 2018 The Dene Nation is looking to the federal government for clarity about $600 million in funding announced for on-reserve housing, because the majority of Indigenous people in the Northwest Territories don’t live on reserves. “We have two reserves […]

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Canada still hopes to secure comprehensive free trade deal with China – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?12,?2018? OTTAWA _ Canada is still hoping to secure a comprehensive trade deal with China despite suggestions last week it was instead aiming for sector-by-sector agreements. Speaking in Beijing today after bilateral economic meetings, International Trade Minister Jim Carr said China is interested in a wide range of Canadian products across […]

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Use weed revenue for addictions treatment centre, Nunavut mayor says – Nunatsiaq News

November 12, 2018 “The federal government … will be earning billions of dollars in the years to come from cannabis sales” The western Nunavut community of Gjoa Haven is still in dire need of more mental health and addictions services. That’s why Gjoa Haven’s mayor, Joanni Sallerina, continues to lobby for a new regional mental […]

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Fulbright scholar eyes Indigenous voice in Arctic – Western News

November 7, 2018 Indigenous People have a voice in Arctic affairs, but how that voice translates into influence will be central to Brescia University College professor Andrew Chater’s work during his five-month stint at the University of Washington as a 2018 Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Arctic Studies. The Canada-U.S. Fulbright Program offers a unique […]

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Mi’kmaw actor Glen Gould on struggle for Indigenous actors to land roles not focused on ethnicity – Toronto Star

Nov. 11, 2018 HALIFAX — After decades in the entertainment business working with big names like Liam Neeson, Mi’kmaw actor Glen Gould still holds onto a superhero goal. “The dream” would be stepping into the iconic shoes of the Caped Crusader, Batman. “I’m tall, dark and handsome. I’ll put on that suit,” the Nova Scotian […]

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Cottage country conflict over wild rice leads to years of rising tensions – CBC

Waterfront residents and local First Nations at odds over increase in wild rice beds on Pigeon Lake Nov 12, 2018 A long-simmering dispute over wild rice led people from local First Nations and lakeside communities to pack a community hall in the Kawartha Lakes area of Ontario last week. A Curve Lake First Nation man […]

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Inuk veteran to receive military grave marker – Nunatsiaq News

November 12, 2018 “Eddy went to war for our country, and that’s something that needs to be recognized” This story was originally published on Aug. 27, 2018. We’re sharing it with our readers again for Remembrance Day. A Nunavik Inuit veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces will be honoured for his service with a new […]

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Trudeau says politicians need to enhance their social media skills – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?12,?2018 By Jordan Press THE CANADIAN PRESS PARIS _ Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says politicians need to learn how to enhance citizen engagement through the use of social media in the face of leaders using those platforms to undermine democracy. He made the comment this morning while speaking at a conference […]

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New $10 bill featuring Viola Desmond goes into circulation next week – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?12,?2018? By Alex Cooke THE CANADIAN PRESS HALIFAX _ A new $10 banknote featuring Viola Desmond’s portrait will go into circulation in a week, just over 72 years after she was ousted from the whites-only section of a movie theatre in New Glasgow, N.S. The civil rights pioneer and businesswoman is […]

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In the news today, Nov. 12 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?12,?2018? Six stories in the news for Monday, Nov. 12 ___ PM WARNS OF POLITICIANS’ MISUSE OF SOCIAL MEDIA Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says politicians need to learn how to enhance citizen engagement through the use of social media in the face of leaders using those platforms to undermine democracy. He […]

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Indigenous women coerced into sterilizations across Canada: senator – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?11,?2018 By Kristy Kirkup THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA _ When she was 17 years old, Liz was coerced by a Children’s Aid worker into having an abortion and being sterilized at a northwestern Ontario hospital, she says _ an experience she’s carried for 40 years. “It was a matter of me […]

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Forgotten stories: First Nations soldiers who served in First World War – CBC

First Nations try to learn more about Indigenous soldiers and the sacrifices they made Nov 11, 2018 In 1911, John Joe of Elsipogtog First Nation was working as a labourer and seaman, loading pulp onto ships in Richibucto Harbour. Five years later, he was a soldier in the First World War, digging tunnels underneath no […]

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It’s our time’: U.S. midterm wins mean victory for Indigenous women worldwide, say voters and leaders – CBC

‘I was smiling ear to ear. I was inspired. I thought, this is huge,’ says Indigenous-Canadian expat Nov 12, 2018 When the United States midterm election results starting rolling in on social media with a solid win for two Native American women to Congress, Laurie Ahdemar’s heart started pounding. “I was smiling ear to ear. […]

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So many bears:’ Draft plan says Nunavut polar bear numbers unsafe – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?12,?2018? By Bob Weber THE CANADIAN PRESS There are too many polar bears in parts of Nunavut and climate change hasn’t yet affected any of them, says a draft management plan from the territorial government that contradicts much of conventional scientific thinking. The proposed plan _ which is to go to […]

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UCP member apologizes for ‘unintentionally’ comparing pride flag to swastikas – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?12,?2018 By Paola Loriggio THE CANADIAN PRESS A member of Alberta’s United Conservative Party is apologizing for making what he says was an unintentional comparison between the rainbow LGBTQ pride flag and swastikas in a speech this weekend. John Carpay issued a statement Sunday evening, saying he wished to clarify the […]

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Tsilhqot’in and Ottawa to sign financial deal as part of new relationship: chief – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?11,?2018? By Amy Smart THE CANADIAN PRESS WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. _ The leader of Canada’s first Indigenous group to win title to its territory says an updated agreement it’s negotiating with the federal government is part of a new model of relations between Ottawa and First Nations. Chief Joe Alphonse, tribal […]

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We have to build some trust here’: legalizing cannabis sales on Mohawk territory – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?10,?2018? By Giuseppe Valiante THE CANADIAN PRESS MONTREAL _ For the Mohawk territory of Kahnawake, cannabis legalization is an opportunity to correct the mistakes of the past regarding tobacco. Smoke shacks selling tax-free cigarettes are pervasive in the community across the St. Lawrence River from Montreal, and their owners have no […]

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In Conne River, an eagle feather is a great gift — and a great responsibility – CBC

Dancers use their feathers during yearly powwow, but chief says they are not simple decorations Nov 11, 2018 Each piece of the regalia is carefully kept: the epaulet is held separately from the bustle, the visor apart from the fan. And some pieces are doubly secured: the head-roach feathers are kept in a zip-up wallet, […]

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Attempt to appeal ’60s Scoop settlement tossed for ‘extreme’ lack of evidence – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?9,?2018? By Colin Perkel THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ A last-ditch effort to challenge the court-approved settlement of the ’60s Scoop class action failed Friday when a judge tossed the novel attempt as lacking any substance. In his decision, Judge John Laskin of the Federal Court of Appeal said the applicants […]

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Many step up to help following Iqaluit’s Northmart fire – Nunatsiaq News

November 09, 2018 “We want the leaders of Nunavut to know we are here to help in anyway we can” Now the rebuilding starts, after Thursday’s fire that destroyed the warehouse attached to Iqaluit’s Northmart and badly damaged one of the city’s two major stores. That’s sure to require a continued effort from many players, […]

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The world remembers: 16,000 First World War dead memorialized through display, free NAC concert – Sarnia and Lambton County This Week

November 9, 2018 If R.H. Thomson had his way, we’d have two hours of silence to honour the fallen on Remembrance Day. “Two minutes is just not sufficient,” said the Toronto-based actor/producer in an interview. “If we stood there for two hours in silence, I think we would start to understand what happened.” His feeling […]

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First Nations cite ‘racial tensions’, file lawsuit against upstart junior hockey league – Winnipeg Free Press

A divisive junior hockey league dispute has moved a north versus south rivalry from the ice into a courtroom. After the Keystone Junior Hockey League split in half along geographical borders in May, the remaining teams in the league, backed by northern Manitoba First Nations, are asking the court to shut down the Capital Region […]

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Manitoulin Secondary School remembers on Aboriginal Veterans Day – Manitoulin Expositor

November 9, 2018 “There is so much that we owe to those who we can truly never repay. The best we can do is to remember them with respect, honour and dignity; not just today, but every day.” Manitoulin Secondary School marked Remembrance Day on Aboriginal Veterans Day on Thursday, November 8, 2018. The student […]

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Joni Mitchell is Sparkling White Bear Woman: Music legend given Saulteaux name at 75th birthday bash – CBC

Traditional Indigenous name presented to Saskatoon-raised Mitchell by childhood friend at L.A. birthday party Nov 09, 2018 What a 75th birthday party. This week in Los Angeles, a collection of the musical elite gathered to celebrate and pay tribute to Saskatoon-raised Joni Mitchell, one of the most influential artists of our time. But among all […]

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Time to acknowledge evidence: Parliament Hill sits on Indigenous territory – iPolitics.ca

Nov 9, 2018 ‘Sand from a communal Indigenous burial ground, almost certainly containing fragments of human remains, is believed to have been used to mix mortar for the original Parliament Buildings.’ It doesn’t sound like much: some broken bits of pottery and an old bead. And federal officials certainly seem to be downplaying the significance […]

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TimberWest and UBC launch $100,000 endowment program for Indigenous forestry students – Canadian Forest Industries

Nov. 9, 2018 – TimberWest and the Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia (UBC) recently announced a first-of-its-kind $100,000 endowment program for Indigenous students pursuing a graduate degree in forestry. The endowment established by TimberWest, along with matching funds from the Faculty of Forestry, will award scholarships of $4,000 per year to First Nations, […]

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First Nation leader say it’s time to put Lakehead University issue in the past – APTN News

November 9, 2018 A First Nations leader says it’s time to move on after a judicial investigation found Justice Patrick Smith violated the federal judges act when he accepted the position of interim dean at Lakehead University’s faculty of law last spring but are not taking action against him. “Somebody’s got to acknowledge the fact […]

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Police ID victims in Middlesex triple homicide – The London Free Press

November 9, 2018 The discovery of three bodies southwest of London days ago has turned into a full-blown homicide probe, as police appeal to the public for information about sightings of a grey pickup in the area. The two men and one woman found dead Sunday in Middlesex Centre, near Bodkin Road and Jones Drive, […]

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Neglected ‘far too long’: Aboriginal veterans finally honoured in Calgary ceremony – CBC

National Aboriginal Veterans Day ceremony held at Calgary’s military museum for the first time. Nov 09, 2018 Dancers, drummers and even a federal minister were all on hand to mark National Aboriginal Veterans Day in Calgary. The ceremony was held for the first time at Calgary’s military museum, since the event was established in 1994. […]

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Another Keystone XL setback: environmental review ordered – CP

Source: The Associated Press Nov?9,?2018 By Matthew Daly THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON _ In a setback for the Trump administration, a federal judge has blocked a permit for construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada and ordered officials to conduct a new environmental review. Environmentalists and tribal groups cheered the ruling by a […]

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N.S. student honoured as first Indigenous woman to receive CBU engineering diploma – Globalnews.ca

November 9, 2018 When Tiannie Paul walked across the stage at Cape Breton University over the weekend to receive her diploma, she never expected to also receive a standing ovation. But as the first Mi’kmaw woman to complete the engineering diploma program, the school decided to honour her achievements. “I wasn’t expecting that at all, […]

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The Latest: Court to intervene as senate race narrows – CP

Source: The Associated Press Nov?9,?2018? TALLAHASSEE, Fla. _ The Latest on the Florida election (all times local): 8:55 a.m. A court in South Florida has been asked to intervene in the tight U.S. Senate race between Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson and Republican Florida Gov. Rick Scott as the two sides prepare for a possible […]

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Suncor supportive of hosting 2026 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in Calgary

CALGARY, Alberta, Nov. 08, 2018? — Suncor, and its Petro-Canada brand, today affirmed support of the City of Calgary’s bid to host the 2026 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. As a long-standing supporter of Canadian athletes, coaches and their families, Suncor believes that this bid offers a chance to come together to create an exciting […]

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Westbank First Nation honours veterans – The Daily Courier

Members of the community and Westbank First Nation, along with local schoolchildren, gathered at the WFN veterans monument Thursday morning to mark National Aboriginal Veterans Day and see the B.C. Dragoons unveil the name of one of their new tactical armoured patrol vehicles bearing the Syilx translation of the name. The ceremony included prayer, song […]

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Curve Lake First Nation band council drops contentious plan to keep 30 per cent of a settlement – mykawartha.com

Community had voted to distribute money equally among band members Curve Lake First Nation band council has dropped a plan to keep 30 per cent of a settlement of $154.4 million – instead it will allow 100 per cent of the money to be distributed equally among band members, which follows the will of a […]

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Deliberate destruction:’ Alberta judge concerned about Indigenous justice – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?8,?2018 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. _ An Alberta judge faced with sentencing a woman for manslaughter last summer expressed concern about how people of Indigenous descent are treated in the courts. Court of Queen’s Bench Justice James Langston sentenced Barbara Elizabeth Holmes in August to five years in prison. His written decision […]

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Gladue principles are failing in courts how will they work in correctional system if ‘enshrined’ in law? – APTN News

November 9, 2018 The number of Indigenous people being incarcerated in this country keeps rising. That’s a phrase heard year after year. Now Indigenous people represent 29 per cent of offenders in the correctional system, a jump of two per cent over a year ago. Female offenders have kept pace, jumping from just under 38 […]

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Former premier Gallant yet to decide on future as Tory government is sworn in – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?9,?2018? By Kevin Bissett THE CANADIAN PRESS FREDERICTON _ A new Progressive Conservative government will be sworn-in today in New Brunswick, leaving former premier Brian Gallant to decide if he’ll stay on to lead his Liberal party. Gallant’s minority government was toppled last week in a confidence vote on the throne […]

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Stimulating innovation and growth to promote job creation for everyone in all Quebec regions

From: Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions The Government of Canada unveils its Federal Strategy on Innovation and Growth for the Quebec Regions November 9, 2018 – Gaspé, Quebec – Government of Canada Ever-changing economic and technological conditions provide Quebec’s businesses and regions with new business opportunities. The Government of Canada wants to make sure […]

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Dene national chief takes on 4 portfolios for Assembly of First Nations – CBC

Norman Yakeleya will need to balance roles as Dene national chief and regional chief for AFN Nov 09, 2018 Dene National Chief Norman Yakeleya has his marching orders from the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) in his role as one of the organization’s regional chiefs. Yakeleya holds four portfolios for the Assembly of First Nations: […]

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First Nations authority over cannabis hazy, legal experts say – The Lawyer’s Daily

November 09, 2018 The legalization of cannabis in October saw massive lineups, short supply and a likely uptick in sales of Tim Hortons doughnuts. But amid all the celebration, serious questions emerged over what role Canada’s Indigenous peoples have in making their own laws on marijuana, and legal experts are saying those questions do not […]

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Manitoba legislature wraps another session with budget bill, carbon reduction plan – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?8,?2018 WINNIPEG _ Manitoba politicians gave final approval to an omnibus budget bill, a new carbon-reduction plan and more laws Thursday night as the provincial legislature wrapped up another session. Among the new laws is the province’s green plan, which will establish targets for emission reductions but will not include a […]

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Provincial money ends for Ring of Fire talks as Matawa chiefs await response, negotiator says – CBC

Matawa chiefs negotiator Bob Rae says First Nations ‘ready to move ahead’ Nov 09, 2018 The lead negotiator for the chiefs of Indigenous communities closest to the Ring of Fire says they’re still waiting to hear back from the provincial government about how talks will look going forward. That comes as Bob Rae says money […]

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Eagle feathers now an option for legal affirmations in Nova Scotia courts – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?8,?2018? HALIFAX _ Indigenous people appearing in Nova Scotia courthouses now have the option to take legal affirmations with a sacred eagle feather. The Nova Scotia Judiciary says each main courthouse in the province will have one eagle feather for courtroom use and a second for the front counter. It says […]

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British Columbia premier, Opposition leader clash in electoral reform debate – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?9,?2018 By Laura Kane THE CANADIAN PRESS BURNABY, B.C. _ British Columbia’s political leaders clashed in a debate on electoral reform on Thursday, with Premier John Horgan casting proportional representation as modern and even “hip,” while Opposition Leader Andrew Wilkinson insisted the system was too confusing. The politicians often talked over […]

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Minister Rickford – Statement on Aboriginal Veteran’s Day – NetNewsledger

November 8, 2018 KENORA – Today, the Honourable Greg Rickford, Minister of Indigenous Affairs, issued the following statement commemorating Aboriginal Veteran’s Day: “I am honoured and humbled to acknowledge the bravery, service, and sacrifice First Nation, Inuit and Métis veterans made on behalf of our country during the First World War, Second World War, Korean […]

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