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Former social worker, MCFD face another civil suit from former foster child

Another civil claim has been filed in B.C. Supreme Court alleging that Robert Saunders, a former Kelowna social worker, stole money from a child he was supposed to be looking after while in the care of the Ministry of Children and Family Development.

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A decade of Red Cross on the ground

As the decade comes to an end, we reflect on events that brought together international aid workers, inspired innovative solutions to complex challenges, and showed the amazing capacity for resilience humans have in the face of disasters. 2010: Haiti earthquake On January 12, Haiti was hit by a devastating earthquake …

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Acclaimed Inuk singer Kelly Fraser was ‘fiercely open with her fans,’ says family

Kelly Fraser, the 26-year-old Inuk musician who died last week in Winnipeg, had hoped sharing her struggles would let others know they’re not alone, her family said Monday. Kelly Fraser ‘was an incredibly kind person who gave so much of herself to help others,’ the family of the Inuk musician …

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[Serious] Climate Scientists/Those in the know, how long do we have until the daily life of the…

Yes, agreed, which is why my two links are for America and Canada since that is where I live and have the most information about. But even the effects between Canada and America are going to be very different, and different too from the effects felt in Europe or Aus/NZ. …

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Three years of mining, 40 years of taxpayer clean up for river downstream of Vancouver Island copper…

Click here to view the original article. [Privatized profits, socialized losses. And the need to choose between more flat screen TVs at any cost vs the planet. *RON*] Andrew Findlay, The Narwhal, 17 Dec 2019 Caroline Hiem is the Tsolum River Restoration Society project coordinator photographed here on the Tsolum River. …

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Ecumenic Laic Interfaith Creativity

Abstract: From scientific method’s necessity for cosmologies synthesis basing humanitarianism, and faith inspiration dialetics historiographic phenomenologic noetics laicity theology, religious studies rise from crossculturality sociopsychology to institutional economics. The interfaith-basement movement epistemology, from new-age faith-tradition apostasy, religious freedom and anti-cult, ecology sustainability and prosperity faith, crafts history of cultural heritage …

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The little-known story of when Perth banned Indigenous people from the city and suburbs

We can’t leave or undo the past, but we can definitely improve the situation. For starters, we can listen to Aboriginal requests for greater land rights, self-governance, political representation and cultural protections. These are important because they tie directly to health, crime, education and other ongoing crises in Indigenous communities. …

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