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Drone company seeking $12M to expand into Canadian North – Northern Ontario Business

National Trade Corridors Fund will provide $2 billion over 11 years Vaughan-based Drone Delivery Canada (DDC) is seeking $12 million in federal funding to help bring drone delivery service to two remote locations. On Jan. 28, the company announced it would apply to the National Trade Corridors Fund, a $2-billion Transport Canada program which will […]

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Ottawa to examine First Nation’s water system after residents voice concerns – CBC

Jan 29, 2019 Move to ‘explore viable options’ to ensure safe drinking water in Garden Hill comes after CBC investigation The federal government says it will look into what it would take to improve the water and sewer system in Garden Hill First Nation in Northern Manitoba — a fly-in reserve where many residents refuse […]

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Senator Murray Sinclair – Education is important – Net Newsledger

January 29, 2019 WINNIPEG – OPINION –?All students, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal, need to learn that the history of this country did not begin in 1492, or even with the arrival of Vikings much earlier. They need to learn about the Aboriginal nations that the Europeans met, about their rich linguistic and cultural heritage, about what […]

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Noojimo Mikana (A Healing Path): Insights from a Canadian leader in Indigenous Peoples’ health research – UToday

CIHR’s Carrie Bourassa to deliver ii’ taa’poh’to’p lecture at downtown campus Feb. 7 Dr. Carrie Bourassa, PhD, didn’t get into the field of Indigenous health on purpose. But, with more than 15 years of experience in Indigenous health research, and as the current scientific director of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Institute of […]

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Off-reserve children need Indigenous language classes too, council says – CBC

Jan 29, 2019 Three-quarters of Indigenous people in Canada live off reserves The head of the New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council says she’s disappointed children living off reserve won’t benefit ?from changes to education funding. This spring, on reserve-schools will receive $1,500 per student every year for language and cultural programs, and schools will offer […]

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Nault pushes back on Cat Lake criticism, O’Regan says officials meeting with community – Daily Miner and News

January 29, 2019 Kenora MP Bob Nault accused Timmins-James Bay NDP MP Charlie Angus and provincial Indigenous Affairs Minister Greg Rickford of playing politics when they criticized the federal Liberal government’s handling of housing on Cat Lake First Nation, after the remote northwestern Ontario First Nation’s chief and council declared a state of emergency over […]

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Politicized care: Indigenous ways of knowing in healthcare – McGill Tribune

January 29, 2019 McGill Nurses for Global Health hosted a panel of indigenous healthcare professionals and community members on Jan. 17 to discuss the importance of integrating indigenous understandings of health into care. Megan Eaker, a McGill Nursing master’s student and woman of mixed Cree and European ancestry, opened the event by offering concrete steps […]

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Number of alleged sexual assaults at Manitoba hydro station could rise: Grand Chief – Globalnews.ca

A Manitoba Hydro spokesman says the Crown utility does not tolerate illegal or exploitative behaviour following numerous allegations at one of its power station construction sites. RCMP said last week that officers have conducted nine sexual assault investigations since 2015 at the Keeyask Generating Station and four resulted in charges. Hydro did not comment on […]

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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MacEwan 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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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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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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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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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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Counsel praises Crown for ‘holistic’ approach using Indigenous mediation circle in Manitoba – The Lawyer’s Daily

January 28, 2019 Legal minds are hoping for more restorative justice similar to that of an Indigenous mediation circle taking place for two Manitoba women suspected of spewing online hatred toward local Aboriginals. Deemed by many as historic, the circle, which sat Jan. 16 for the first of several sessions, involves two non-Indigenous women who, […]

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Government officials to examine ‘serious housing’ situation in Cat Lake – The Outlook

January 28, 2019 OTTAWA — Senior regional officials will meet with the northern Ontario community of Cat Lake on Tuesday to develop short- and long-term plans for its “serious housing” situation, Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O’Regan said Monday. O’Regan said he has spoken with Cat Lake’s Chief Matthew Keewaykapow and Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief […]

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On land acknowledgments, some Indigenous advocates are ambivalent – Globalnews.ca

January 28, 2019 Canada’s growing embrace of Indigenous land acknowledgments appears to have left some First Nations advocates ambivalent about whether they are a form of reconciliation – or institutional hypocrisy. The remarks, recognizing the relationship between Indigenous Peoples and their traditional territories, have become increasingly ubiquitous at the start of school days, conferences, ceremonies, […]

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Returning to teach brings alumna storyteller full circle – U Windsor

Jan 28th, 2019 UWindsor’s Sandra Muse Isaacs is a self-described chatterer. “I’m Bird Clan. We’re the storytellers,” said Dr. Muse Isaacs, an English professor who teaches courses in Indigenous literature and 19th Century crime and detective fiction. Muse Isaacs, one of five new Indigenous faculty members hired through the President’s Indigenous Peoples Scholars Program, earned […]

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Nunavik police get a step closer to new funding, then a step back – Nunatsiaq News

KRPF continues to negotiate a new funding agreement with Ottawa and Quebec For a period of time this month, it appeared as though Nunavik’s police force had finally secured a new funding agreement. The Kativik Regional Police Force has been without an agreement since April 2018, operating since then on an $8-million advance contribution from […]

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Teen charged with second-degree murder in death of 37-year-old Ottawa woman – APTN News

January 26, 2019 Police say a teen has been charged in the death of a 37-year-old Ottawa woman who was initially thought to be a missing person. Ottawa police say 18-year-old Lennese Kuplu is facing charges of second-degree murder and indignity to a dead body in the death of Susan Kuplu. Officers did not say […]

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Cape Breton students harvest wood, make traditional M’ikmaw sleds – CBC

Jan 28, 2019 Students from Marion Bridge Elementary harvest wood from school grounds Students at a Cape Breton elementary school?are the proud owners of four traditional Mi’kmaw working sleds?they helped make. The project was funded through the ReconciliACTION program to help students learn about Mi’kmaw culture and traditions. Students from grades Primary to 5 at […]

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Tensions rise over pipeline project following truce between Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and RCMP – Straight.com

January 27th, 2019 Over the past few days, some Indigenous people have been raising concerns over the impact of preparatory work being done for the Coastal Gaslink pipeline project. The Unist’ot’en Camp Twitter feed has alleged that Wet’suwet’en people have been denied access to their traplines by Coastal Gaslink contractors. The company, on the other […]

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Certainty for Whom? – Watershed Sentinel

January 27, 2019 Following 2015’s high-profile election promise of a “new nation-to-nation relationship” with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples, on Valentine’s Day of this year Justin Trudeau announced a proposed new legislative framework to govern that relationship. In a short, impassioned speech, he said the framework will “breathe new life” into Section 35 of Canada’s constitution (which […]

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Archeological findings confirm oral history of Lake Babine First Nation in northern B.C. – CBC

January 27, 2019 Sprawling village, complex fish weirs around lake date back at least 1,300 years Archaeological findings out of northern B.C. have confirmed the oral history of the Lake Babine First Nation, dating back at least 1,300 years. Some of the more significant findings include a large?village and?remnants of fishing weirs that were used […]

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Liberals cut reserves’ boil advisories, but water-system problems linger – The Globe and Mail

The federal Liberal government is on track with its pledge to end long-term boil-water advisories on First Nations reserves, but the overall reliability of the underlying water systems is little improved since the party came to power, according to a Globe and Mail analysis. When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau assumed office, there were 105 such […]

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Canada failed to engage, dialogue meaningfully and grapple with real concerns of Indigenous applicants – Law Times

Canada failed to engage, dialogue meaningfully and grapple with real concerns of Indigenous applicants National Energy Board issued report concerning proposed expansion of Trans Mountain pipeline system. Board’s report recommended that Governor in Council approve expansion. Governor in Council accepted Board’s recommendation and issued Order in Council. Applicants brought applications for judicial review of Board’s […]

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Waubgeshig Rice balances historical accuracy with dystopian future in new novel – CBC

January 27.2019 Whether it’s in the classroom or a work of fiction it’s important to get the history right. For author?Waubgeshig?Rice, balancing?historical accuracy with a dystopian vision of the future in his new novel, Moon of the Crusted Snow, was essential. In the novel, winter is looming when cell service suddenly goes down in a […]

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Students’ Council criticizes provincial advocacy group for not doing enough for Indigenous students – The Gateway Online

A presentation by the Council of Alberta University Students (CAUS) turned into a controversial Q&A session after Students’ Council grilled the organization about their Indigenization project. The presentation given by CAUS on January 22 was meant to inform Students’ Council about the organization’s internal and external priorities. CAUS is a student advocacy group whose membership […]

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Award led to $25K grant for Peterborough’s TRACKS – ThePeterboroughExaminer.com

Nominations now open for annual environmental education awards A partnership that feted a city youth program in 2015 is again calling for nominations for an annual award that recognizes not-for-profit groups for advancing environmental education through science, technology, engineering arts and math (STEM) principles. The UL Innovative Education Award, the result of a partnership between […]

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9 cases of sexual assault investigated at Keeyask dam site since 2015 ‘tip of the iceberg,’ says prof – CBC

Jan 26, 2019 First Nations says Manitoba Hydro not doing enough to address sexual violence at northern hydro projects The RCMP say?they have investigated nine cases of sexual assault at Manitoba Hydro’s Keeyask?generating station?construction site in the last four years. Of those cases, four resulted in men being?charged with sexual assault. In the other reports, […]

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Reconnecting LGBT and Indigenous struggles – Tbnewswatch.com

Professor and activist, Gary Kinsman, held a talk at Lakehead University about the historical connection between the LGBT movement and Indigenous people and why it should be strengthened again today THUNDER BAY – Historically, the LGBT community and Indigenous people have been closely connected in their struggle for equal and fair treatment in Canada. However, […]

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How to do a territorial acknowledgment – Folio

If you’re going to recognize the Indigenous history of the land you’re on, here are five ways to make it meaningful. By JORDAN MAE COOK If you’re going to do a territorial acknowledgment, make sure it’s coming from a good place, say Indigenous leaders at the University of Alberta. “I see [territorial acknowledgments] happening more […]

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