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…more fur for the Queen and Alec Baldwin files suit; In-The-News for…

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer is surrounded by members of his caucus as he speaks to reporters following a caucus meeting on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here …

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Youth rising: Meet 2019’s top 30 under 30 sustainability leaders

As world leaders descended upon New York City for the UN Climate Action Summit in September, millions of young people gathered in more than 200 countries on seven continents to make their voices heard. They walked out of their classrooms, their workplaces and their homes to join a 16-year-old Swedish …

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Editorial: The election’s over — let’s get to work on reconciliation…

SUMAYYAH AJEM/THE VARSITY The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC)’s final report, released in 2015, documented the history and lasting legacy of Canada’s residential school system, where the government forcibly removed Indigenous children from their communities and placed them in abusive schools that aimed to erase their culture and identity.  We …

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Care of Indigenous children at Batshaw compromised by ‘racist attitudes,’ report finds

The report, prepared by researchers at Concordia University in collaboration with the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal, details problems at Batshaw Youth Services and offers recommendations to improve the situation. Batshaw Youth and Family Centre provides care to youth in Montreal. (CBC) Indigenous children and their families are subject to “racist …

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Indigenous groups urged to unite or risk losing out on Trans Mountain pipeline ownership

Some Indigenous leaders have said an ownership stake in the multi-billion dollar project could provide lucrative returns and ensure the environment is protected through Indigenous monitoring of the pipeline. Hundreds of pipes are stacked at a storage yard for the Trans Mountain expansion project, near Hope, B.C. (Kyle Bakx/CBC) On …

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Ogimaa Duke Peltier honoured to be new Anishinabek Nation Children’s Commissioner

Ogimaa Duke Peltier of Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory says it is truly an honour to have been appointed as the new Anishinabek Nation Children’s Commissioner. Ogimaa Duke Peltier is the Anishinabek Nation’s new children’s commissioner. (Submitted by Laura Barrios) Ogimaa Duke Peltier of Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory says it is truly an …

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Coroner to probe death of 19-year-old First Nations man found near Thunder Bay hospital hours after discharge

Indigenous Ontario’s Office of the Chief Coroner says it’s investigating the death of a 19-year-old First Nations man a few hours after he was released from the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre. Nishnawbe Aski Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler says 19-year-old was escorted by hospital security to secluded area Jorge Barrera …

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Coroner to probe death of 19 year-old First Nation man found near Thunder Bay hospital hours after discharge

Ontario’s Office of the Chief Coroner says it’s investigating the death of a 19-year-old First Nations man a few hours after he was released from the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre.

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