Racism

Cell service coming to Ahousaht First Nation

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The remote community of Ahousaht near Tofino, B.C., is set to get wireless phone and internet service for the first time, as a Telus cell tower nears completion. Ahousaht, accessible only by air or boat, is set to get wireless internet and phone service next month for the first time. …

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Treaties in Ontario: what are they and what do they do?

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Since 2016, Ontario has held Treaty Recognition Week in the first week of November to honour the importance of treaties and raise awareness about treaty rights and relationships. What are treaties?  A treaty is a legally binding agreement between nations. European countries colonizing North America made treaties with the Indigenous Peoples occupying …

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Manitoba musicians rally for concert supporting storm evacuees

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More than 15 artists performed pro bono, including top Manitoba talent like Desiree Dorion and JC Campbell. Singer and hand drummer Darryl Buck performs to help raise funds for evacuees displaced by October’s destructive storm. (CBC News) Award-winning singer Rhonda Head was busy travelling all over Canada the past few weeks, but …

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