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Money: Trudeau Poised to Advance Pipeline to Quell Oil Industry Furor

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Trudeau appoints first ambassador to advance women, peace and security OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has appointed Canada’s first ambassador for women, peace and security. Jacqueline O’Neill, who has served on a number of related international bodies, assumes the new diplomatic post designed to advance the Liberal government’s feminist …

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A Dementia Strategy for Canada: Together We Aspire

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Minister’s message I am pleased to be sharing with you Canada’s first national strategy on dementia. Developing and funding this strategy has been a priority for the Government of Canada, but it is also a deeply personal priority. My first experience with dementia was during my time as a social …

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First Nations have created a robust conservation…

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Mongabay Jun 17, 2019, 4:32 pm51 pts Over the past decade, First Nations have created a robust conservation economy in Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest, one of the largest old-growth temperate rainforests left in the world, through investments in sustainable development and environmental stewardship projects that link the health of… Read …

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Pierre Trudeau’s spy file — for nobody’s eyes now

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Pierre Trudeau’s spy file — for nobody’s eyes now Welcome to a sneak peek of the Maclean’s Politics Insider newsletter. Sign-up at the bottom of the page to get it delivered straight to your inbox. Well here we are with one week left to go before the House of Commons adjourns for the …

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Delayed Bill S-3 amendments will be in force before election, says minister’s office

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A report on Indian registration, band membership and First Nations citizenship to Crown-Indigenous Relations minister Carolyn Bennett recommended that delayed Bill S-3 amendments to eliminate residual sex-based discrimination within the Indian Act be implemented by June. The office of Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett says remaining amendments of the Indian …

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