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First Nation constable says he stopped B.C. fugitives who drove through unrelated checkstop

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A rookie band constable on a remote Manitoba First Nation says he saw the men who are now Canada’s most wanted fugitives drive through his community’s checkstop a day before police said they were wanted in connection with three killings.

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SNC-Lavalin affair could turn Indigenous votes away from the Liberals, national chief warns

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The SNC-Lavalin affair and Jody Wilson-Raybould’s exit from the federal Liberal caucus will factor into the choices Indigenous voters make in the fall election, Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde said Friday.

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More support needed for HIV prevention, testing, treatment in northern Ontario First Nations, researcher says

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A researcher who specializes in how federal policy impacts access to health care in First Nations says more needs to be done so people in Ontario’s Indigenous communities can access prevention education, testing and treatment for HIV closer to home.

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