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Canada: Northern First Nations will need trauma support…

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RCMP getting air support from military in hunt for homicide suspects The RCMP are getting some help from the Canadian military as they continue the hunt for two young homicide suspects in northern Manitoba. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale tweeted last night that the military have been called in to …

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Darkness Bringing Us Down

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If you dare enter the door of Tanya Talaga’s Massey Lectures of 2018, All Our Relations: Finding the Path Forward, be prepared to face some dark truths. These terrible truths explode in our faces like mines buried on a battlefield as we traverse the disconsolate pages. An accomplished and honoured …

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Letters to the Editor (7): Wednesday, July 31, 2019

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All is fair in love, war and politics Dear editor: Re: “Federal election campaign approaching,” (Courier, July 26). Conservative MP Dan Albas asks if we think it’s fair that the federal Liberals are campaigning on our dime. I wonder if Dan Albas thinks it’s fair that we the people pay …

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First Nations call for stepped-up financial…

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The collapse of the Mount Polley mine’s tailings dam in 2014 allowed toxic contents from the tailings pond to flow into Hazeltine Creek, with some reaching Quesnel Lake. JONATHAN HAYWARD / Canadian Press files The B.C. First Nations Energy and Mining Council is calling on the provincial government to close …

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Teens Fighting To Take Feds To Court Over Trans Mountain Pipeline

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A group of Canadian teenagers is fighting for the chance to take the federal government to court over the approval and purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline, after its application to the Federal Court of Appeal was blocked by the Canadian government earlier this month. In early July, 12 challenges …

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…their province from Canada (Alberta at 25%, Québec at…

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What gets me with polls like this is how AB and SK think things would get better if they left? Let me start by saying I live in BC and I doubt BC would join in so: Their resources are STILL landlocked, and separation would make negotiations for new pipelines, …

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Essay population growth pakistan

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Without Replicability and Scalability a business has far less future value. Looking to start a blog on the cheap platform. Ideally, the executive summary can act as a stand-alone document that covers the highlights of your detailed plan. ABC Aboriginal Business Canada also offers business loans and support for qualified …

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20 things to do in Calgary this week: July 29 to August 1 | Listed

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So long July, hello August! Here are 20 fun things to do in Calgary from Monday, July 29 to Thursday, August 1. Check out the Calgary Bluesfest, Tony Robbins, and more! For more things happening around town check out our events section. Heritage Park is hosting an adults-only night this August …

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What’s the ballot issue in 2019? The high cost of living

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What’s the ballot issue in 2019? The high cost of living  Vassy Kapelos, host of Power & Politics The countdown is on. Less than three months to go to e-day (or maybe not).  I don’t know about you, but I’m balancing out my obsession with politics and this election by …

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…genocide: Canada accepts its atrocious present and the past –…

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SHIVANGI MISRA CANADA celebrated its National Day on July 1, 2019 – a hundred and fifty two years after it first gained dominion status from its European colonizers. The country experienced settler colonialism when Europeans aggressively took lands from Indigenous peoples, whose presence in North America for centuries predates Canada’s emergence …

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