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‘No one listened’: How reports of sexual abuse in an Ontario foster…

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Two allegations of sexual abuse from 10-year-old foster children in Ontario were allegedly discounted — until a third foster child came forward half a decade later. Ontario’s Prince Edward County is an isolated place. Geographically speaking, the county is surrounded by water except for an isthmus at Carrying Place, Ont. …

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MJardin’s Atlantic Canada Facility Completes Multiple Harvests at…

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MJardin (CNSX:MJAR)Intraday Stock Chart Today : Thursday 27 June 2019 MJardin Group, Inc. (“MJardin” or “the Company”) (CSE: MJAR) (OTCQX: MJARF), is pleased to announce its AtlantiCann Medical Inc. (“AMI”) facility has reached full production capacity at three harvests per month with consistent yields and is ahead of schedule for …

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Canada: ‘We don’t want another 30 years of…

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Algonquin Nation erects wigwam opposite Parliament in protest over future of former U.S. embassy Members of the Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation have erected a wigwam in front of the former U.S. embassy opposite Parliament Hill in Ottawa in an effort to draw attention to a lack of consultation on the future …

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Saskatchewan Immigration Draw Nominates 479 New Candidates

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Saskatchewan has implemented a new draw from the province’s International Skilled Worker pool on June 20, 2019. This category falls under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), which authorizes the province to nominate employed immigrants to be eligible for permanent residence in Canada. Candidates with the following occupations in Saskatchewan’s …

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Water Not Oil: Battle Cry Of The Blue Planet

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By Jerome Irwin It’s a battle cry inspired by the dire climate crisis that has been sung by many for years yet still hasn’t been resolutely taken up by the world as a whole. So the question remains: what ultimately is more important: Water or Oil? The Human World is …

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…Indigenous programming and…

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by ahnationtalk on June 24, 201950 Views WOLFVILLE, June 20, 2019 – TD Bank Group announced today a $1.2 million CDN donation to three post-secondary institutions in Atlantic Canada to help develop on-campus support services for Indigenous students. Acadia University, Memorial University, and Mount Saint Vincent University will use the …

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Andrew Scheer is not the answer to Justin Trudeau.

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Canadians. I am begging you. I will get down on my knees.  Andrew Scheer is not the answer to Justin Trudeau.  All you will do in electing him is make things even worse. I’m not going to dress up my words: The Conservatives are evil. Or in their very best, …

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Medical Education Financial Analyst

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This position offers a comprehensive benefits package which can be viewed at: Faculty & Staff Benefits. The Department of Medicine within the University of Alberta is one of Canada’s leading academic institutions in medical education with a vision to be recognized for innovative education, research and clinical care resulting in …

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