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Overview Of Current News

This is a collection of some of the most recent news articles added to TheFirstNationsCanada. These articles are randomly pulled from all categories and displayed to give you an indication of the range of news during the day.

ADMN O 24R – Program Evaluation Analyst *UPDATED*

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Program Evaluation AnalystAdministrative Officer R24 An eligibility list may be established. 2 vacancies available – 1 in Public Safety Initiatives and 1 in the Office of Crime Reduction & Gang Outreach. The Policing and Security Branch (PSB), Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General (PSSG) is comprised of two divisions; …

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In the news today, July 19

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Various vegetables are on display at the Jean Talon Market, on January 11, 2016 in Montreal. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is facing criticism from members of the health community today after he pledged to review the new iteration of the Canada Food Guide should the Tories form government this fall. …

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In the news today, July 19

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Various vegetables are on display at the Jean Talon Market, on January 11, 2016 in Montreal. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is facing criticism from members of the health community today after he pledged to review the new iteration of the Canada Food Guide should the Tories form government this fall. …

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Lakehead University is receiving more than $380,000 for research…

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July 18, 2019 – Thunder Bay and Orillia, Ont. Lakehead University researchers are receiving $384,374 from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) for several research projects that will have an impact in various areas of Ontario. Some of these projects will establish a network of collaborative campus-based “living …

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Indigenous youth in Thunder Bay ‘enthusiastic’ about building relationship with police, focus groups find

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Despite feeling “somewhat jaded,” Indigenous young people in Thunder Bay are “engaged” and “very enthusiastic’ about the prospect of changing the relationship between their community and the police service in the northwestern Ontario city. Leisa Desmoulins, a professor at Lakehead University, is consulting with Thunder Bay police on their change …

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