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BCAFN Regional Chief welcomes Progressive Actions toward Reconciliation in BC Government Throne Speech

(Lheidli T’enneh Territory, Prince George, BC – Feb. 12, 2019) – BC Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN) Regional Chief Terry Teegee welcomes the NDP government’s progressive actions identified throughout the 2019 Throne Speech today. Reconciliation is a political priority and the innovative approaches toward both short-term and long-term advances in political, economic, and social sectors […]

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AMC concerned new provincial block funding model will create funding shortfalls for First Nation child welfare agencies

TREATY ONE TERRITORY, MB. _ The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs is concerned that the Manitoba government’s newly announced block funding of provincial child and family services authorities will lead to underfunding of agencies as it continues to wrongly appropriate Children’s Special Allowance (CSA) meant to benefit First Nations children. Recently Manitoba Families Minister Heather Stefanson […]

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Trudeau faces critics inside and outside party as Wilson-Raybould scandal swirls – SooToday

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing a backlash both within and outside his own party after Jody Wilson-Raybould’s sudden resignation from his cabinet. The Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs and Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak Grand Chief Garrison Settee say the situation is a step backwards in the walk towards reconciliation while National Chief Perry […]

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MKO Press Release Jody Wilson-Raybould Resignation

Treaty One Territory, Winnipeg, MB. Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO) Grand Chief Garrison Settee was disappointed today to learn of the resignation of the Honourable Jody Wilson- Raybould from cabinet. Grand Chief Settee is also issuing this statement to express disappointment in the Prime Minister’s Office for actions which may have led to the former Minister’s […]

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Native Council of NS: Final Descheneaux Collaborative Process Session

(Truro) February 7, 2019 ─ The Native Council of Nova Scotia held their last and final Descheneaux Collaborative Process Session on Bill S.3 – Amendments to the Indian Act, this past weekend in Port Hawkesbury, NS on February 2, 2019. To date, there have been sessions held in Bridgewater, Truro, Bedford, Yarmouth, Sydney, and Port […]

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Media advisory: Minister O’Regan to visit Lac La Ronge and Saskatoon to make announcements regarding health and airport infrastructure

Saskatchewan?— Please be advised that the Honourable Seamus O’Regan, Minister of Indigenous Services, will be in Lac La Ronge and Saskatoon on Thursday, and will participate in two announcements. In the morning, Minister O’Regan will visit Lac La Ronge Indian Band and make an announcement to support the construction of a health and wellness facility. […]

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Politicians and Jody Wilson-Raybould’s father take to Twitter following her resignation – The Globe and Mail

FEBRUARY 13, 2019 Politicians, Including Jody Wilson-Raybould herself, her supporters and her family have taken to Twitter to discuss her resignation from cabinet on Tuesday. Ms. Wilson-Raybould shared her resignation letter to the Prime Minister’s Office on the platform. Opinion:?Wilson-Raybould’s departure is a calamity for Trudeau’s Liberals Opinion:?SNC-Lavalin scandal exposes flaws in Canada’s anti-corruption defences […]

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Muskoday prepares for election – paNOW

Feb 12, 2019 For the first time in almost three decades, Muskoday First Nation will have a new chief. The Muskoday band election is scheduled to take place March 21, and one of the most obvious omissions from the official candidates list is incumbent Austin Bear, who opted to retire after serving 14 terms over […]

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Jagmeet Singh Statement on the Resignation of Jody Wilson-Raybould

February 12, 2019 NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh made the following statement: “Like most Canadians, I was pleased to see the Prime Minister appoint Jody Wilson-Raybould as the Attorney General of Canada, the first Indigenous woman to ever hold the post. This seemed like a move towards reconciliation, but this treatment of her is not acceptable […]

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Kelly McParland: Trudeau suddenly discovers the value of secrets – National Post

Clinton at his Lewinsky-driven worst would have to admire the notion that the prime minister can’t possibly tell us the full story because of lawyer-client privilege February 12, 2019 I haven’t spoken personally to any anonymous, off-the-record, can’t-speak-for-attribution officials from deep inside the Liberal party, who want to clear up this misunderstanding about the pressure […]

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Alfred Moses: Community Housing Plans

February 12, 2019 Mr. Speaker, the Northwest Territories Housing Corporation is helping to address the high cost of living in our territory by implementing Northern solutions for Northern housing. ?We are working with other governments and housing stakeholders to support Indigenous and local governments in their housing aspirations and create initiatives to address homelessness. ?As […]

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‘A significant step backwards’: First Nation leaders react to Jody Wilson-Raybould resignation – APTN News

February 13, 2019 As Jody Wilson-Raybould remained mum on her resignation from cabinet Tuesday, there was no shortage of Indigenous leaders willing to speak for her. “I’m absolutely pissed,” said Stewart Phillip, president of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs. “The bullying and deceit coming out of the PMO’s office in regard to this […]

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Resignation of ‘very principled’ Jody Wilson-Raybould not a surprise, say former Manitoba grand chiefs – CBC

‘Her resolve to do the right thing is always on the top of her mind,’ says former MKO grand chief Sheila North Feb 13, 2019 Two former Manitoba grand chiefs are defending Jody Wilson-Raybould as a strong leader?following her resignation from cabinet Tuesday morning. “She follows her convictions to the greatest degree. She’s very principled,” […]

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Some Liberals boost Jody Wilson-Raybould after she resigned from cabinet – Globalnews.ca

February 13, 2019 Some Liberal MPs are showing support and even praising ex-justice and veterans affairs minister?Jody Wilson-Raybould after she announced her resignation from cabinet on Tuesday. The Vancouver-Granville MP announced on Tuesday morning that she was tendering her resignation as veterans affairs minister, a post she was moved to from the justice portfolio in […]

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Liberals’ Indigenous child welfare bill just about ‘politics’ says prof who saw draft – CBC

Draft bill suggests only Indigenous groups with provincial, federal agreements could create own rules Feb 13, 2019 Ottawa’s promised “turning point” Indigenous child welfare legislation seems to have been designed with politics in mind because it sounds good?but doesn’t change much, according to an Ojibway academic who reviewed a draft version of the bill. Dennis […]

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BC Government: Making life better for people at the heart of throne speech

Feb. 12, 2019 VICTORIA – The speech from the throne presents a clear path forward for a government that is working to make life better for people. “People deserve the opportunity to build a good life in the communities they call home, with housing and child care they can afford, quality public services, like health […]

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Is the SNC-Lavalin scandal’s biggest victim Trudeau’s relationship with Indigenous people? – Toronto Star

Feb. 12, 2019 The appointment of Jody Wilson-Raybould, a We Wai Kai First Nation woman, to serve as the first Indigenous minister of justice was a powerful symbol for Indigenous people and a signal to all of Canada. Her?resignation from cabinet?is equally powerful. Read More: https://www.thestar.com/politics/political-opinion/2019/02/12/is-the-snc-lavalin-scandals-biggest-victim-trudeaus-relationship-with-indigenous-people.html

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Ministers fan out to tout Team Trudeau accomplishments under shadow of SNC-Lavalin controversy – iPolitics.ca

Feb 13, 2019 Given the last 24 hours or so, it’s a safe bet that collective attention of Official Ottawa —?not to?mention?the national political news cycle —will be focused on?the West Block committee room where MPs?will?gather to discuss?whether to launch a formal parliamentary investigation into allegations of attempted political interference?in the criminal prosecution of?SNC-Lavalin. Even […]

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Slate Falls Nation celebrates the creation of their Reserve

February 12, 2019 — Ottawa, ONT — Indigenous Services Canada Today, the Honourable Seamus O’Regan, Minister of Indigenous Services congratulated Chief Lorraine Crane as they celebrate the creation of the Slate Falls Nation Reserve. A federal Order in Council, signed on December 14, 2018, set apart 6,599.176 hectares (16,306.919 acres) of land, including the mines […]

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UBCIC – Open Letter: The discriminatory, sexist comments about Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould being spread by government officials and staff are appalling and condemnable

February 12, 2019 Right Honourable Justin Trudeau Prime Minister, Canada House of Commons Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0A6 Via fax:613-992-4211 Via email: pm@pm.gc.ca Dear Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, We demand that you immediately and categorically publicly condemn the racist and sexist innuendo about Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould that is being spread by unnamed elected officials and staff […]

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Block Funding Model to Begin in MB for Child Welfare – PortageOnline.com

February 12, 2019 The Province of Manitoba made an announcement yesterday about a change in funding models for the Child Welfare system. Minister of Families Heather Stefanson was with Minister of Indigenous and Northern relations Eileen Clarke as well Child and Family Services Assistant Deputy Minister Jill Perrin. “We are here to announce important changes […]

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OPSEU stands in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en

February 8, 2019 OPSEU is joining the Wet’suwet’en Nation in British Columbia in opposing the Coastal Gaslink pipeline. OPSEU President Warren (Smokey) Thomas says the British Columbia government must respect Indigenous title and revoke permits for the pipeline. He is also calling for the federal government to pull funding from the project. “It’s time that […]

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Trudeau urged to condemn ‘racist and sexist’ attacks on Jody Wilson-Raybould amid SNC-Lavalin affair – Globalnews.ca

February 12, 2019 The Union of BC Indian Chiefs is demanding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speak out against “racist and sexist” language against former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould by officials in comments to media over recent days. In a statement issued Tuesday morning, Grand Chief Stewart Phillip and Chief Robert Chamberlin said they spoke on […]

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Bill C-91, An Act respecting Indigenous languages

Credits:Kevin Waugh Published on Feb 7, 2019 Please watch as I rose in the House of Commons today to speak on Bill C-91, An Act respecting Indigenous languages. Conservatives recognize the importance of preserving Indigenous language and culture. We also recognized, through our previous Conservative government’s Residential Schools apology, that such schools had a damaging […]

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NAN Congratulates Slate Falls Nation for Receiving Reserve Status

February 12, 2019 THUNDER BAY, ON: Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler, on behalf of the NAN ExecutiveCouncil,congratulatesSlate Falls Nation Chief Lorraine Craneand Council for receivinglong-awaited reserve statusfor the remote Ojibway community. “Weare pleased to congratulate ChiefCraneand her Councilfor their determination to reclaim their homeover nearlythree decades of advocacy and negotiations. This is […]

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Pallister Government’s Announcement on Child Welfare Funding Misses the Mark

February 11, 2019 Although we may share much of the same vision to make child welfare more effective and efficient and save taxpayer money, today’s announcement by Families Minister Heather Stefanson on child welfare missed the goals of improving child safety and family health outcomes with the spirit of reconciliation, partnership, and respect. Despite what […]

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Alberta’s Path to Reconciliation – AB Government

Rachel Notley’sgovernment hasworked tomake life better for Indigenous people, one of the fastest growingand most culturally diversepopulations in the province. Over the past fouryears, the Albertagovernmenthasstrengthenedpartnerships with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities, organizations and people. Afterthe 2015 election, Premier Rachel Notley apologized for Alberta’s failure to stopthe federal Indian Residential School system. She also […]

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Statement from the Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould, Member of Parliament for Vancouver Granville

February 12, 2019 Office of the Prime Minister 80 Wellington St. Ottawa, ON K1P 5K9 Attention: The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau February 12, 2019 Dear Prime Minister, With a heavy heart, I am writing to tender my resignation as the Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence. I want to thank all […]

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NAN Congratulates Order of Canada Recipient Edmund Metatawabin

THUNDER BAY, ON: Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler, on behalf of the Executive Council, congratulates Indian Residential School survivor and advocate Edmund Metatawabin, on being invested into the Order of Canada today. “Edmund’s advocacy has been fundamental in ensuring that the federal government cannot suppress the shocking truth behind the residential school […]

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Letter: Time to take the true path to respect and reconciliation – The Journal Pioneer

As a member of the Mi’kmaq Grand Council, the traditional government for the Mi’kmaq Nation, representing the district of Epekwitk, now known as Prince Edward Island, I fully support Indigenous elder Nathan Philips. All indigenous societies have great respect for our elders. They are our knowledge keepers and have walked many hard roads. I am […]

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Funding towards Mushkegowuk’s self-governance, advocacy – Timmins Press

The door to greater self-governance and increased advocacy on behalf of First Nation communities may have opened a crack further for Mushkegowuk council. February 11, 2019 The door to greater self-governance and increased advocacy on behalf of First Nation communities may have opened a crack further for Mushkegowuk council. Marc Miller, parliamentary secretary to Carolyn […]

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Canada’s new Arctic policy could be done by June, minister says – Nunatsiaq News

February 12, 2019 National security, reconciliation added to list of “themes” After more than two years of work, the Liberal government’s new Arctic policy framework won’t be ready for release until after it works out the release date with its “partners,” Carolyn Bennett, the minister of Crown-Indigenous relations, told the Senate Special Committee on the […]

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Glen Abernethy: Land Based Mobile Addictions Treatment and Aftercare

February 11, 2019 Mr. Speaker, we know that mental health and addictions issues are top of mind for many NWT residents and they are also priority area in the mandate of this Legislative Assembly. ?To guide our work to address these important issues affecting our communities, the Department of Health and Social Services developed a […]

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UBCIC: DFO Must Engage First Nations to Revise Negligent Aquaculture Policy

February 11, 2019 (Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver, B.C. – February 08, 2019) On Monday, February 4, 2019, the Federal Court ruled in favour of the ‘Namgis First Nation and Alexandra Morton’s challenge to the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) and their controversial policy to not test farmed salmon for the Piscine Reo-Virus (PRV) before transfer […]

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QIA: Call for Applications, Various Boards and Councils

February 11, 2019 EVENT: Call for applications, various boards and councils The Qikiqtani Inuit Association (QIA) is looking for energetic and dynamic individuals to fill the following board and committee positions. To be considered, candidates must be actively and personally committed to represent the interest of Qikiqtani Inuit and have a sound understanding of the […]

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Media Advisory – Governor General to Present Honours at the Citadelle of Québec

February 11, 2019 OTTAWA—Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada, will present honours to 32 recipients during a ceremony on Thursday, February 14, 2019, at 10:30 a.m., at the Citadelle of Québec. Recipients will be recognized for their excellence, courage or exceptional dedication to service with one of the following honours: […]

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Manitoba Implements Provincewide Block Funding in Child Welfare System

Agencies to Retain Children’s Special Allowance: Stefanson The Manitoba government is implementing a new funding approach as part of its plan to reform the child welfare system and provide stronger supports to children and families, Families Minister Heather Stefanson announced today. “Block funding will fund authorities and agencies up front to improve outcomes for children […]

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Jody Wilson-Raybould’s father: ‘I think she was kicked in the teeth’ – Maclean’s

Bill Wilson: ‘The reality is that with Trudeau and this government, reconciliation is more a farce than the Conservatives.’ Feb 8, 2019 Not long after the Globe and Mail broke the story alleging that Justin Trudeau’s PMO had pressured former Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould to interfere in a criminal investigation involving Montreal engineering giant SNC-Lavalin, […]

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Minister Lebouthillier opens three Canada Revenue Agency Northern Service Centres

February 11, 2019???????? Yellowknife?????? Canada Revenue Agency The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) takes pride in serving millions of Canadians each and every year, from coast to coast to coast. The CRA is committed to improving access to its services for all individuals and businesses, regardless of their location, by putting people first. Today, the Honourable […]

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W5: An Indigenous man’s quest to clear his name

Credits: Official W5 Published on Jan 26, 2019 Brian Anderson was sentenced to life in prison in 1974 after being convicted of murder. He claims that systemic racism in the Canadian justice system is what led to his conviction. W5’s Avery Haines investigates his decades-long fight to prove his innocence.

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Trudeau’s treatment of Wilson-Raybould a betrayal of his feminist values and Indigenous reconciliation – The Post Millennial

February 11, 2019 Last week, the Globe and Mail dropped some bombshell allegations against the Prime Minister and his office, accusing them of “pressuring” the then Attorney General Judy Wilson-Raybould to interfere in the case of SNC Lavalin and grant them a remediation agreement to help them avoid prosecution. The story alleges that Ms. Wilson-Raybould […]

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NT Government: Collective Bargaining Update

YELLOWKNIFE (February 10, 2019) – After two days of mediation convened by Mediator Vince Ready, the Government of the Northwest Territories and the Union of Northern Workers have not reached a tentative agreement. However, the parties have agreed to submit their outstanding issues to Mr. Ready for binding recommendations. As a condition of agreeing to […]

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Media advisory: Minister Garneau to visit Whitehorse, Yukon

Ottawa, Ontario — The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, will visit Whitehorse, Yukon on February 11 and 12, 2019. During his visit, the Minister will make an important announcement, meet with transportation stakeholders and partners, deliver a speech at the Arctic Indigenous Investment Conference 2019 Welcome Luncheon and deliver welcoming remarks at the Arctic […]

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Wilson-Raybould entered federal politics hoping to be a bridge builder – National Observer

February 11, 2019 As the frigid air of an Ottawa winter howled outside in January 2013, Jody Wilson-Raybould stood at the centre of a mass of national media, trying to be a peacemaker as First Nations chiefs from across the country battled over how to secure a meeting with the sitting government on their terms. […]

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Indigenous-led truck convoy rolls through northern Alberta to support pro-pipeline movement – CBC

Feb 10, 2019 Dozens of truckers joined rally Sunday in community 200 km north of Edmonton Indigenous?truck drivers staged a pro-pipeline rally in the small?community of Lac La Biche, Alta, Sunday as laid-off oil and gas workers struggle to make ends meet. Sunday’s rally, about 200 kilometres northeast of Edmonton, was billed as the first […]

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First Nations groups want changes to draft child welfare law | Power & Politics

Credits: CBC News Published on Feb 6, 2019 A draft of the federal Liberal government’s proposed Indigenous child welfare bill recently received negative reviews from First Nations representatives involved in co-development talks with Ottawa, according to a grand chief. Ottawa announced last November it would table the bill?that would break from more than 100 years […]

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Wally Schumann: Vision and Purpose of the Proposed Mineral Resources Act

Ministers’ Statements and Speeches Mr. Speaker, the Government of the Northwest Territories recognizes the need to advance the territorial vision of land and resource management in accordance with the Land Use and Sustainability Framework and we have made a mandate commitment to evolve our legislative, regulatory and policy systems by developing and proposing a variety […]

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Public engagement begins on regulatory approach to off-road vehicles

Feb 08, 2019 Public engagement is now open on the Government of Yukon’s proposed approach for regulating off-road vehicle use in Yukon. The Government of Yukon is also consulting with Yukon First Nations and transboundary Indigenous groups on the development of this off-road vehicle regulation. The proposed approach to regulation will provide an effective regime […]

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Trudeau Liberals face pushback on Indigenous child welfare legislation – CityNews

Feb 8, 2019 OTTAWA — The Trudeau Liberals have delayed a law meant to help Indigenous children due to concerns from some Indigenous leaders. The bill on Indigenous child-welfare services was expected to be tabled by the end of January but wasn’t. Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O’Regan has given no indication when the legislation will […]

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Public Statement: UBCIC Expresses Condolences on the Passing of Auditor General Michael Ferguson

UBCIC Expresses Condolences on the Passing of Auditor General Michael Ferguson (Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver, B.C. – February 7, 2019) The Union of BC Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) offers our sincere sympathies and condolences to the family and colleagues of Michael Ferguson, Canada’s Auditor General, who passed away on February 2, 2019 due to cancer. Mr. Ferguson […]

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