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Moose Cree First Nation gets $100,000 for food co-op feasibility study

Moose Cree First Nation has received $100,000 from the province’s Indigenous Economic Development Fund to do a feasibility study on setting up its own food co-op. Moose Cree First Nation has received $100,000 from the province’s Indigenous Economic Development Fund for a food co-op feasibility study. (www.moosecree.com) If you live …

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Adopted at birth: one woman’s decades-long search for her Indigenous family

A woman adopted by a Vancouver family spent more than 30 years tracking down her birth parents. She overcame family resistance to finally uncover her connection to the west coast Penelakut Tribe. Sally Hart sits on the front porch of her home on Vancouver Island with a photo taken by …

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Supreme Court Rules in R. v. Resolute FP Canada Inc.

Resolute Mill in Dryden Ontario Bankruptcy Can’t Stop Responsibility for Pollution Clean-up OTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled on December 6, 2019, in a case from the Court of Appeal for Ontario that will have an impact on companies and across Northwestern Ontario. The 5-2 majority decision in R. …

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A life of fighting monsters leaves coyote battling PTSD in new Indigenous tale

Blue Coyote sheds light on mental health issues while also incorporating the First Nation’s language nsyilxcən. ‘Blue Coyote’ is a new book published by the Okanagan Nation Alliance. (Billie Jo Kruger) A new book teaches about mental health issues with Indigenous storytelling, incorporating the Okanagan language nsyilxcən.  In Blue Coyote, interdisciplinary artist Billie …

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Your gift guide to supporting Indigenous artists and businesses this holiday season

Helping support Indigenous businesses, artists and crafters around the holidays is easy according these artists and advocates. It’s as simple as “buy stuff,” says Inuk artist Jason Sikoak. Cory Hunlin, a two-spirit artist and photographer, sold out of most of his beaded earrings at a pop-up market in Montreal last …

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Marcus Powlowski – Speech from Throne Sets Positive Direction – Net…

Marcus Powlowski – Speech from Throne Sets Positive Direction – Net Newsledger by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201914 Views December 6, 2019 THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – “This Government’s Throne Speech placed special emphasis on working with Canada’s different regions to improve our economy. As a Member of Parliament for …

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Marcus Powlowski Speech from Throne Sets Positive Direction

THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – “This Government’s Throne Speech placed special emphasis on working with Canada’s different regions to improve our economy. As a Member of Parliament for a northern and rural riding like ours, I am happy to see this focus. Our towns and First Nations face different challenges …

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Economy, health and climate change the leading issues in…

OTTAWA — The economy, regional divisions, healthcare pressures, the growing threat of climate change, and Indigenous rights are the pressing issues of this Parliament, based on the queries put to the prime minister by the opposition parties in the first question period of the new session. Each taking their first …

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