Monthly progress update through May 2019 on long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on reserves

Monthly progress update through May 2019 on long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on reserves

Click here to view original web page at Monthly progress update through May 2019 on long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on reserves OTTAWA, TRADITIONAL ALGONQUIN TERRITORY, June 5, 2019 /CNW/ – The federal government remains steadfast and on track in its commitment to end all long-term drinking water …

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New First Nations child welfare agency looks back on one year of work

New First Nations child welfare agency looks back on one year of work

Click here to view original web page at New First Nations child welfare agency looks back on one year of work A new First Nations child welfare agency released its first annual report Tuesday, outlining the work it’s done to protect children in seven communities and what more has to …

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MMIWG report says government is responsible for race-and-gender-based crisis

MMIWG report says government is responsible for race-and-gender-based crisis

Click here to view original web page at MMIWG report says government is responsible for race-and-gender-based crisis Sculpture/carving by Mary Ann Grainger for the MMIWG Gallery of Artistic Expressions. Qfter two-and-a-half years the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls released its final report June 3, laying …

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First Nations Marijuana Dispensary Raided, Two Arrested

First Nations Marijuana Dispensary Raided, Two Arrested

Click here to view original web page at First Nations Marijuana Dispensary Raided, Two Arrested (WAHNAPITAE FIRST NATION, ON) – On January 3, 2018, members of the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team (PJFCET) of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), along with members of the Anishinabek Police Service (APS) executed …

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Indigenous Cannabis: Revitalizing First-Nation Economies Through Legalization

Indigenous Cannabis: Revitalizing First-Nation Economies Through Legalization

Click here to view original web page at Indigenous Cannabis: Revitalizing First-Nation Economies Through Legalization Photos of Jacob Taylor( rear ) Jonathan Araujo (front) from the Pontiac Group in Toronto in December 2017. On a Tuesday afternoon in late August, Jacob Taylor takes a call in his truck. This is …

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First Nations demand control over cannabis sales

Click here to view original web page at First Nations demand control over cannabis sales First Nations leaders say they must be given the right to govern the sale and distribution of legalized marijuana within their communities and to set the laws that will oversee its use by their people. …

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First Nations Chief says Cannabis Dispensary just a ‘Glorified Drug Dealer’

First Nations Chief says Cannabis Dispensary just a ‘Glorified Drug Dealer’

Click here to view original web page at First Nations Chief says Cannabis Dispensary just a ‘Glorified Drug Dealer’ Marijuana dispensary says it does between $5,000 and $10,000 in sales every day. First Nations Chief sees it just as a crime. First its one step inside a trailer parked in …

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Marijuana In First Nations Communities – What Law Will Apply?

Marijuana In First Nations Communities – What Law Will Apply?

Click here to view original web page at Marijuana In First Nations Communities – What Law Will Apply? The Federal Government is on track to legalize marijuana later this year, with Bill C-45 making its way through the Senate. However, there are many questions still unanswered as to the implementation …

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What We’re Watching: Trudeau to appear at Women Deliver, D-Day…

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is seen in the House of Commons in a file photo. iPolitics/Matthew Usherwood PM skips House duty to kick off international women’s summit, commemorate 75th anniversary of D-Day in Paris After joining his buddy Barack Obama for a post-speech bite to eat at the Big Rig …

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MMIWG inquiry’s call to consider safety of Indigenous women in resource projects receives Amnesty International support

Click here to view original web page at MMIWG inquiry’s call to consider safety of Indigenous women in resource projects receives Amnesty International support Attendees console each other at the closing ceremony for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Gatineau on June 3, 2019. …

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