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Women remain invisible in debates about the future of Canada

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Women remain invisible in debates about the future of Canada Jacqueline Hansen is Amnesty International Canada’s gender rights campaigner. I am a middle-aged, middle-class, single mother of a primary school-aged child, living in rural Quebec. I also happen to be a gender rights expert for Amnesty International. I have spent …

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Einbahnstraße: on the Maritime Bus to Edmundston

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019. 19:30. Fredericton bus terminal. Enough time to grab water and have a smoke. Several packages change hands. Large brown cardboard boxes. Some of them labelled Canadian Blood Services. Passing Kingsclear we step into a dreamlike world. Harvest sunsets, infinite skies, an assortment of pine and Christmas …

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Leaders debate ‘environment’ segment reveals adults in the room

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Leaders debate ‘environment’ segment reveals adults in the room There’s something decidedly anachronistic about a 2019 federal leaders debate in which “the environment” is annexed as a category, distinct from “the economy” or “Indigenous issues” or “immigration.” It’s old-fangled thinking that suggests the “environment” exists outside of everything—just a bunch …

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AFOA Canada Is Hosting 1,000 Indigenous Leaders To…

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AFOA Canada Is Hosting 1,000 Indigenous Leaders To Discuss Community Administration – Managing Through Disruptions During Its 20th Anniversary National Conference In Saskatoon, SK October 8-10, 2019 by pmnationtalk on October 8, 20195 Views AFOA Canada Is Hosting 1,000 Indigenous Leaders To Discuss Community Administration – Managing Through Disruptions During …

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Ontario’s Resource Revenue Sharing Agreements

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Canada  •  October 8, 2019  •  Matthew Corbeil A Step Toward Reconciliation? Announced last spring, Ontario’s new resource revenue sharing (RRS) agreements with three northern First Nations councils are set to come into effect this fall. The agreements were marketed with lofty rhetoric. The government press release described them as “an …

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Today in Right News — October 7th **********

Today October 7th in history============================ Andrew Scheer stands firm under fire on Indigenous rightsOctober 7, 2019, John Geddes, Macleanshttps://www.macleans.ca/politics/ottawa/andrew-scheer-stands-firm-under-fire-on-indigenous-rights/ Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer came under repeated fire in theleaders debate section on Indigenous issues for his opposition topolicies that he said would lead to First Nations blocking pipelinesand other resource …

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Indigenous issues largely absent from election campaign — why?

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When NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh promised clean water on First Nations reserves and the Greens’ elizabeth pledged that a Green government would start dismantling the Indian Act, both on Saturday, it was the first time Indigenous issues got much attention on the federal campaign trail. The federal party leaders’ near-silence …

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Tidewater Midstream and Infrastructure : Announces Strategic…

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10/07/2019 | 04:32am EDT Tidewater Midstream and Infrastructure Ltd. (‘Tidewater’ or the ‘Company’) (TSX: TWM) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a purchase and sale agreement (‘PSA’) to acquire Husky Energy Inc.’s (‘Husky’) light oil refinery located at Prince George, British Columbia (‘B.C.’) (the ‘Acquisition’) thereby expanding …

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