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2018-19 Inuk Woman of the Year

January 29, 2019 OTTAWA – On January 17, Pauktuutit’s Board of Directors selected and announced its Inuk Woman of the Year. This year’s nominees are all deserving of recognition and represent just some of the diversity, strength and talent of Inuit women from across Inuit Nunangat. The 2018-19 Inuk Woman of the Year is Audrey […]

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Point Pelee’s cull needed to keep a balanced ecosystem – CBC

Jan 29, 2019 This year they reduced the deer population by 50 Point Pelee National Park closed between?January 10 and 26 for a deer cull to reduce the population by 50. The deer population was estimated at 120?before the cull, up from 103 last January, according to Tammy Dobbie, the park’s ecologist. The park works […]

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SpeakEasy Announces Non-Brokered Private Placement

VANCOUVER,?Jan. 28, 2019? –?SpeakEasy Cannabis Club Ltd. (CSE: EASY) (Frankfurt: 39H)?(the “Company” or “SpeakEasy”) a late stage ACMPR applicant is pleased to announce a non-brokered private placement of up to 11,000,000 units of the Company (the “Units”) at a price of?$0.50?per Unit for aggregate gross proceeds of up to?$5,500,000?(the “Offering”). The Company is pleased to […]

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Our Campus: Order of Canada inductee Dr. Jo-ann Archibald carves out space for Indigenous education – Ubyssey Online

Jan. 28, 2019 Dr. Jo-ann Archibald Q’um Q’um Xiiem found her purpose early in life. In high school in the ’60s, she was forced to navigate a system that either neglected Indigenous history and culture or reduced it to stereotypes. Despite living and feeling the legacy of colonial practices as a member of the Stó:lō […]

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Neskantaga First Nation Disappointed With Stay in Adam Capay Murder Trial

Neskantaga First Nation Disappointed With Stay in Adam Capay Murder Trial NESKANTAGA: Neskantaga First Nation Chief Wayne Moonias has issued the following statement after a court decision yesterday that Adam Capay, who was charged with the first-degree murder of Neskantaga member Sherman Quisses, will not stand trial. “Neskantaga community and the Quisses family have fought […]

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Prime Minister releases ministerial mandate letter for Minister Jordan

Ottawa, Ontario –?January 29, 2019 The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today released a new ministerial mandate letter to reflect recent changes to the Ministry and to guide the Government’s ongoing commitment to spur economic growth and create good, middle class jobs across the country. Over the past three years, the Government has taken significant strides […]

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Local musician hits #34 on Top 40 Indigenous Music Countdown – Sherwood Park News

January 29, 2019 A local Indigenous singer-songwriter is becoming quite the rising star with her music getting picked up on Sirius XM and FM stations across the county. Robin Cisek’s original song Waiting on You recently hit #34 on the Top 40 Indigenous Music Countdown, which the aspiring musician calls a major accomplishment. “Making the […]

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Canada’s Ambassador to the U.S. David MacNaughton to Speak at 2019 COFI Convention

January 28, 2019 Vancouver, B.C. – The BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI) is pleased to announce that it will be welcoming Canada’s Ambassador to the United States, David MacNaughton, to speak at its annual convention. This year’s event, one of the largest annual gatherings of the forest sector in Canada, will take place from […]

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Q&A with Nutrition and Dietetics Alum Sue Mah about Canada’s new Food Guide – Dalla Lana

January 28, 2019 Last week, the Federal Government launched a new food guide based on the best available evidence to translate the science on food and health into healthy eating guidelines. It offers concrete dietary guidance to Canadians on healthy food choices and eating habits, including: eating plenty of vegetables and fruits eating protein foods […]

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Prime Minister announces changes to parliamentary secretaries

Ottawa, Ontario –?January 29, 2019 The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced changes to the parliamentary secretaries. The parliamentary secretaries included in today’s announcement are either newly appointed, or taking on new responsibilities. The appointments are effective immediately. The changes to the?parliamentary secretaries?are as follows: Rémi Massé?becomes Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Innovation, Science […]

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Fort Nelson is Shooting for the Stars by Bringing Canada’s Best Music to Northern BC

FORT NELSON, BC,?Jan. 29, 2019 –?Fort Nelson is hosting the longest winter music and cultural festival that?Northern British Columbia?has ever seen. Sponsored by?Young Living, the festival will run from the Opening Ceremonies on?March 9th?until the Closing Ceremonies on?March 24th, 2019. The festival features two weeks of events and exclusive experiences with a two-night concert capping […]

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Chesterfield Inlet dealing with a Hepatitis A outbreak, health dept. says – CBC

Jan 29, 2019 Chief medical health officer recommends washing hands with warm water, soap to prevent transmission The Nunavut Department of Health has issued a public advisory warning Chesterfield Inlet residents of a Hepatitis A outbreak in the community. The advisory said to prevent the spread of the infection?people should wash their hands with warm […]

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City of Thunder Bay: Transit Route Optimization Open Houses

January 29, 2019 In October 2017, Transit launched its route optimization project. The purpose of the project was to develop service improvement options for routes and schedules with the goal of providing quicker and more efficient travel for customers. “Based on an analysis of current bus service and performance, and the feedback gathered from passengers, […]

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Man gets life for killing girl but case dismissed in another B.C. murder – APTN News

January 29, 2019 A judge called Garry Handlen a sexual predator and sentenced him to life in prison for killing a 12-year-old girl in 1978 but moments later dismissed a case involving allegations that the man murdered another British Columbia girl three years earlier. B.C. Supreme Court Justice?Austin Cullen said Handlen preyed on the vulnerable […]

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LC, LPS team up to provide training to police cadets from five agencies

January 28, 2019 Lethbridge College’s?Police Cadet Training program?welcomed a new class of 34 cadets this morning from five different agencies. This class is unique as it marks the first time in Alberta’s history that police recruits and community peace officer recruits will train side-by-side. A total of 34 cadets will take part, including 23 from […]

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Indigenous Australians Are the Most Incarcerated People on Earth – VICE

In this episode of Violent Times, we interview Vickie Roach about violence and indigenous incarceration. Indigenous Australians are the most incarcerated people on earth. They make up two percent of the general population, but a staggering 28 percent of the male prison population and 34 percent of the female prison population. According to the Australian […]

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Award-winning musician Jeremy Dutcher gets inspiration, humility from home – CBC

Jan 28, 2019 Tobique First Nation singer’s debut album won the Polaris prize in 2018 Jeremy Dutcher is dedicating his award-winning debut album to the Indigenous people of his home province. Tobique First Nation’s Dutcher is having a big couple of years. His album Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa won the $50,000 Polaris Music Prize and was named […]

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Deadline Reminder! Last week for City’s call for applications: 2019 Boards or Committees

January 28, 2019 It’s the last week to send in your application for an opportunity to take an active role?on one of the City’s boards, commissions or committees.? For 2019, apply to volunteer,?share?your talents and passion to help make a difference in our city! In addition to general citizen representation, we are looking for applicants […]

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City of London: Community Diversity & Inclusion Strategy Implementation

Monday, January 28, 2019 The City of London is looking for volunteers to help implement the?Community Diversity and Inclusion Strategy?(CDIS). Community champions are needed to sit on the five working groups established around the priorities identified in CDIS: Take concrete steps towards healing and reconciliation Have zero tolerance for oppression, discrimination and ignorance Connect and […]

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Welcome orientation sees police cadets from five different agencies begin training program – rdnewsnow.com

January 29, 2019 LETHBRIDGE- A packed audience at the Lethbridge Police Station on Monday morning (Jan. 28) saw 34 cadets – from five different agencies – take the first step towards making their dream of a career in policing a reality. This latest class of cadets in 2019 is the largest in recent LPS history […]

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MacEwan student-athlete passes away

January 26, 2019 MacEwan University is heartbroken to learn that 23-year-old Nakehko Lamothe, a member of the Griffins men’s hockey team, has passed away. After playing a game in Calgary on Friday, January 25, Nakehko became unwell, and was rushed to Foothills Hospital. Sadly, just before midnight, Nakehko passed away. Dr. Deborah Saucier, president, MacEwan […]

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Cat Lake Crisis Raised During Question Period – Net Newsledger

January 29, 2019 OTTAWA – Cat Lake First Nation remains under a state of emergency. The emergency was declared over issues with housing. On the first day of sitting in the new session of parliament Timmins-James Bay MP Charlie Angus raised the issue questioning Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O’Regan. Here is the exchange from the […]

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City of Iqaluit: Transgender Flag raised January 28

JANUARY 24, 2019 – (IQALUIT, NUNAVUT) – The City would like to inform residents that on behalf of City Council, Councillor Jason Rochon will be raising a transgender flag at City Hall on January 28, 2019, at 12:15 PM. The flag is being raised in support of a Council motion that was passed at a […]

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Meet the candidates running for chair and CEO of the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation – CBC

Jan 28, 2019 The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC)?—?an organization representing the collective interests of all Inuvialuit?—?is just days away from electing a new leader. ?This week, 42 directors from?six community corporations in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region are in Inuvik to cast their vote for the IRC’s new chair and CEO. Those?directors,?voted in?by eligible Inuvialuit beneficiaries […]

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Athabasca Minerals Inc. Acquires Interest in Duvernay Frac Sand Project

January 29, 2019 Strengthens Position as Leading Canadian Domestic Frac Sand Producer January 29, 2019 EDMONTON, ALBERTA. Athabasca Minerals Inc. (“AMI” or the “Corporation”) (TSX Venture: ABM) has entered into an agreement (“Agreement”) to acquire ownership of a private Alberta corporation (“Privco2”) that holds the Duvernay Frac Sand Project (“Duvernay Project”) in Alberta. The Duvernay […]

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Historic day for House of Commons also historic day for First Nations – iPolitics.ca

Jan 28, 2019 The day of firsts when the Commons opened sittings in Parliament Hill’s West Block Monday included a special first for Indigenous MPs — the first time a member of Parliament delivered an entire speech in an Indigenous language with translation provided by the House of Commons. The breakthrough came following months of […]

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Drone Delivery Canada Submits Expression of Interest for $12M in Funding from Transport Canada’s National Trade Corridors Fund

Toronto, ON, January 28, 2019, Drone Delivery Canada ‘DDC or the Company’ (TSX.V:FLT, OTC:TAKOF), is pleased to announce it has submitted its Expression of Interest to participate in Transport Canada’s National Trade Corridors Fund (NTCF) for a total request of $12 million dollars to deploy DDC drone delivery solution in two remote locations. “The vision […]

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Stornoway Announces Appointment of Vice President, Operations

LONGUEUIL, Quebec, Jan. 28, 2019 — Stornoway Diamond Corporation (TSX-SWY; the “Corporation” or “Stornoway”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Patrick Sévigny to the position of Vice President, Operations, effective immediately. With more than 25 years of experience in the mining sector, Mr. Sévigny holds a Bachelor’s degree in mining engineering. He joined […]

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How to revitalize Indigenous languages discussed at UVic conference – CTV News

January 28, 2019 The University of Victoria is hosting 40 people from across Canada to share ideas on maintaining and revitalizing Indigenous languages. Ideas generated at the Indigenous Language Forum will be taken back to communities and used to help nurture language, culture and identity. “This project is a six year project,” said Onowa McIvor, […]

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National Access Cannabis Generates $3.8 million in Revenue in Q1 2019, +766% Compared to Q1 2018

17 retail cannabis stores open at the end of Q1-2019 (November 30, 2018);?32% gross margin on retail cannabis products. The Company?announced on?January 10, 2019, that it had generated over?$10 million?in cumulative sales sinceOctober 17, 2018?at an average gross margin of over 32%. With 22 stores currently open?in?Alberta?and?Manitoba?and an executed agreement to purchase a store inSaskatchewan1, […]

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MB Government: Province Recruiting Talented Candidates for Leaders in Training Program

January 28, 2019 The Manitoba government is recruiting for the new Leaders in Training Program, a two-year paid internship for those seeking a fulfilling career in the public service, Finance Minister Scott Fielding, minister responsible for the civil service, announced today. “This program is a fantastic opportunity for the province to find and train people […]

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ทดลอง เล่น ฟรี sbobetMacEwan hockey player died of heart attack, family says – CBC

Nakehko Lamothe, 23, died in hospital following a hockey game in Calgary Friday Jan 28, 2019 A 23-year old MacEwan University student and hockey player, Nakehko Lamothe, died of cardiac arrest Friday after a hockey game in Calgary, the young man’s family said Sunday. “He just went into cardiac arrest. His heart just stopped,” his […]

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First-degree murder charge against Capay stayed – Tbnewswatch.com

A judge has ruled that Adam Capay will not stand trial for first-degree murder for his alleged role in the 2012 stabbing death of a fellow inmate and has been ordered released from custody. THUNDER BAY – Adam Capay will not stand trial for first-degree murder for his alleged role in the 2012 stabbing death […]

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Chateh RCMP partner with Dene Tha’ First Nation to bring recreational sports to the community

January 28, 2019 Chateh, Alberta On Jan?28,?2019?Chateh youth skated on a brand new public rink thanks to a partnership between the local RCMP and the Dene Tha’ First Nation Recreation and Cultural Society. A first of its kind in the community, the rink will facilitate sports year-round thanks to contributions from the Rink of Dreams […]

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The Daily Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Study: Immigrant ownership of residential properties in Toronto and Vancouver, 2016 and 2017 A new study provides detailed information on the degree to which immigrants are integrated in different segments of the housing market in Toronto and Vancouver. Continue reading? Railway carloadings, November 2018 The volume of rail freight carried in Canada totalled 33.8 million […]

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Indigenous Ally Toolkit aims to fill knowledge gap in says developer – APTN News

January 29, 2019 Leilani Shaw picks up a pamphlet from the table and opens it up. The front reads Indigenous Ally Toolkit,? laid over a backdrop of medicinal plants. “The idea is that it’s [the Indigenous Ally Toolkit] supposed to be like medicine,” said Shaw, who designed the toolkit. “I hope that’s not too corny.” […]

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Indigenous homeless youth program ready for clients Friday – CBC

The program, first announced more than a year ago, is set up to be culturally sensitive Jan 28, 2019 An Indigenous youth homeless project in Hamilton will start taking in clients on Friday, more than a year after being announced. The Endaayaang project, meaning ‘Our Home’ in Ojibwe, was announced in November 2017 and is […]

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Blackstock readies for another hearing into the unequal treatment of First Nation kids | APTN News

Credits:?APTN News Published on Jan 3, 2019 It may be a brand new year, but the battle for equality for First Nations kids in Canada has been ongoing for 12 years. Next week, the federal government is back in front of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal defending its progress on implementing Jordan’s Principle, a measure […]

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What’s On at Trent University

January 28, 2019 Upcoming events include Black History Month Panel and the Aging and Society Seminar Series Every week new and exciting things are happening at Trent University. Come and be inspired through a range of events, public lectures, panel discussions and debates, all open to the community. Here’s what’s on at Trent University this […]

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We’re not convinced:’ Draft plan to restore Wood Buffalo National Park panned – Fort McMurray Today

January 28, 2019 The draft for a federal plan to restore Canada’s largest national park suggests Ottawa is unlikely to ease international concerns about threats posed to its status as a World Heritage site, say environmental groups and First Nations. “If this is all we’ve got to save the park, we don’t have a very […]

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UVic chosen as location for UNESCO project during International Year of Indigenous Languages

January 28, 2019 One of the biggest projects of its kind for the UN International Year of Indigenous Languages—a Language Revitalization Pole commissioned by the First Nations Education Foundation (FNEF)—will be located at the University of Victoria as a centrepiece of the year and a significant point of reflection for UVic’s ongoing commitment to the […]

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Métis veteran Alex Boucher celebrates 106th birthday – MNO

Submitted by Greg Garratt, MNO Veterans’ Council Secretary Treasurer Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) veteran Alex Boucher celebrated his 106th birthday surrounded by friends, family and the MNO Veterans’ Council, putting a well-deserved smile on his face. On Jan. 26, veterans from as far away as Windsor, Ont. attended the celebration at his home in […]

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Indigenous girls tops in Burnaby for grad rate last year – Burnaby Now

January 28, 2019 When it comes to students graduating from high school, the Burnaby school district is ahead of the curve. For well over a decade, the district has been ahead of the provincial average – by as much as seven per cent – when it comes to six-year completion rates (the percentage of students […]

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Political leaders are still sowing confusion about the duty to consult: Joseph Quesnel for Inside Policy – MLI

January 28, 2019 NDP leader Jagmeet Singh’s recent remarks show the need to adopt factual and reasonable language when engaging on issues related to the duty to consult, writes Joseph Quesnel. Recent comments by the leader of the federal New Democratic Party (NDP) suggest that the party needs to adopt reasonable and legally sound positions […]

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Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada: 2017-2018 Annual Report

President’s?Message Hello and thank you for reading Pauktuutit’s 34th Annual Report. These reports form an important modern history of Inuit women in Canada – and we have much to be proud of. We have had many, many accomplishments and successes, and we at Pauktuutit remain committed to improving the lives of all Inuit women and […]

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Announcing! East Coast Music Awards Nominees 2019

January 28, 2019 Classified, Ben Caplan, and Jeremy Dutcher lead 2019 East Coast Music Award nominations …full list unveiled this morning in Charlottetown (le fran?ais suit) The East Coast Music Association is thrilled to announce the 2019 East Coast Music Award nominees. Classified leads the pack with seven nominations, and Ben Caplan follows with six. […]

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Jane Philpott tables 2018–19 Supplementary Estimates (B) and 2019-20 Interim Estimates

January 28, 2019 – Ottawa, Ontario – Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat Canadians, and their Parliamentary representatives, must be able to easily track how government spends public funds, which is why the Government is committed to improving the transparency of the Estimates’ documents. Today, the Honourable Jane Philpott, President of the Treasury Board and Minister […]

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Edmonton dental clinic expansion improves service for those in need – Globalnews.ca

January 28, 2019 A joint venture aims at improving dental care for certain Edmonton populations. The University of Alberta’s School of Dentistry led a fundraising campaign to expand the Boyle McCauley Health Centre Dental Clinic for low-income, immigrants and Indigenous Peoples. The facility has moved from the health centre to the Renaissance Tower and expanded […]

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Rumble: The Concert, celebrating Indigenous contribution to popular music, is coming to FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre on Feb. 6. – WellandTribune.ca

They rocked in the movie, and now they’ll rock on stage at FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre. Coming Feb. 6, “Rumble: The Concert” carries on where the award-winning 2017 Canadian documentary “Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World” left off. The concert frames the story of the Indigenous contribution to popular music through the decades. In […]

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Updated Canada’s Food Guide: focus on country foods, Indigenous realities – Nunatsiaq News

28 January, 2019 The new, national guide more closely resembles Nunavut’s 2011 version For those who have seen the 2011 Nunavut Food Guide, the new, national guide might look a little familiar. “A traditional way of eating is balanced,” says the Nunavut guide. “Country foods are a healthy choice.” Eight years later, the 2019 Canada’s […]

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