Alberta regional chief hopeful ‘momentum’ continues with Liberal minority government

Edmonton Alberta regional chief hopeful 'momentum' continues with Liberal minority government The Alberta regional chief of the Assembly of First Nations says she's looking forward to working on Indigenous issues with the Liberal minority government elected Monday. Social Sharing Marlene Poitras says she's encouraged by number of Indigenous candidates elected …

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WINNIPEG | Projects and Development | SkyscraperPage Forum

Winnipeg Developments & Construction Courtesy of Mike Sudoma Inuit Art Centre at the Winnipeg Art GalleryLocation: 300 Memorial Blvd, Winnipeg, MBArchitect: Michael Maltzan ArchitectureDevelopers: Winnipeg Art GallerySize: 40,000 sq. ft. Addition to existing art gallery facilityCompleted: 2020 (targeted) Budget: $65 MProject Thread:…light=winnipegStatus: U/C True North SquareLocation: 242 Hargrave St, …

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Liberals hold on to Cape Breton as Battiste becomes 1st Mi’kmaw MP

Liberal Mike Kelloway won the riding of Cape Breton-Canso, beating Conservative Alfie MacLeod who resigned his seat as MLA to run. Liberal Jaime Battiste took the riding of Sydney-Victoria, becoming the first Mi’kmaw MP. Liberal Jaime Battiste is shown with supporters Monday night as the vote count shows him pulling …

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‘We have to step up here’: Search underway for Indigenous foster families in Prince Albert, Sask.

Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Social Services is teaming up with the Prince Albert Grand Council on a new pilot project that will involve the recruitment of 50 Indigenous foster families in Prince Albert, Sask. The Prince Albert Grand Council hopes to recruit First Nations and Métis foster families in Prince Albert, …

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Canadians vote amid some delays, robocalls and power outages

After a 40-day campaign, millions of Canadians are casting ballots today in the 43rd general election. Voters wait in line to cast their ballots in Montreal in the 43rd general election. (Ivanoh Demers/Radio-Canada) After a 40-day campaign, Canadians are voting in the country’s 43rd general election, with polls now closed in Atlantic …

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Vaughn Palmer: NDP ready to adopt UN resolution on Indigenous rights

VICTORIA — The New Democrats are taking the first step this week to reconcile B.C. laws with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, which John Horgan endorsed three years ago. The enabling legislation, scheduled for introduction on Thursday, is patterned after a federal bill that died on …

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Cannabis 101 course returns to RRC

Learning about the industry could help create jobs By Daniel Halmarson Red River College is bringing back the Cannabis 101 course for another five weeks. After its successful initial run in 2018, following the legalization of marijuana, the course will run from Oct. 29 until Nov. 28 at RRC’s Notre …

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The Latest: Election night in Canada

OTTAWA — The latest developments on federal election night, Oct. 21, 2019. All times are Eastern Time: 1:45 a.m. Green Leader Elizabeth May says her party will go to Parliament to ensure the Liberal minority government takes real action on climate change before the window of opportunity closes. She vows …

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