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A Guide to the Indian Act

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Tamarack Productions via CBC.ca I have been working on a piece about the inquiry into the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Woman in Canada, but the topic is so difficult for me to face that each time I try to write, I become so consumed with anger that I can’t formulate words. …

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Canada: New Brunswick Indigenous chiefs left…

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Alberta regulator restricts fracking near Brazeau dam following earthquake CALGARY — The Alberta Energy Regulator is moving to restrict oilfield fracking activity near the Brazeau Reservoir in east central Alberta as a precaution following a 4.3 magnitude earthquake south of the area in March. The AER says hydraulic fracturing operations …

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A Guide to the Indian Act

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I have been working on a piece about the inquiry into the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Woman in Canada, but the topic is so difficult for me to face that each time I try to write, I become so consumed with anger that I can’t formulate words. Needless to say, …

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Canada: New Brunswick Indigenous chiefs left…

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Alberta regulator restricts fracking near Brazeau dam following earthquake CALGARY — The Alberta Energy Regulator is moving to restrict oilfield fracking activity near the Brazeau Reservoir in east central Alberta as a precaution following a 4.3 magnitude earthquake south of the area in March. The AER says hydraulic fracturing operations …

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MFA Thesis (Completed August, 2018)

Click here to view original web page at MFA Thesis (Completed August, 2018) The following individuals certify that they have read, and recommend to the College of Graduate Studies for acceptance, a thesis/dissertation entitled: COURSE LANGUAGE: HOW THE READER IS ENCOURAGED TO COLLABORATE ON OUR SEMINAR AND PASS ME submitted …

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Families of missing Indigenous children welcome call for Quebec inquiry

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Quebec’s minister of Indigenous Affairs is going to ask First Nations and Inuit what to tackle first among 21 calls for justice issued in a special supplementary report by the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Some Indigenous people are torn about what should be at the …

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