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The National Inquiry into MMIWG has created a national, toll-free crisis call line. This line is available free of charge, 24/7. Please call 1-844-413-6649 if you or someone you know is triggered and needs help or support. You Are Not Alone Support Resources

Focus on Cree culture paying off in Maskwacis schools

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Maskwacis student Donavan Buffalo is determined to graduate from high school and pursue an education in carpentry. Students from Ermineskin Elementary School in Maskwacis start each day with 100 minutes of reading. (Josee St-Onge/CBC) Maskwacis student Donavan Buffalo is determined to graduate from high school and pursue a career in …

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One Nation, Two Healthcare Systems

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The Canadian medical system has integrated several paradigm-shifting transformations in the past two decades, not the least of which include quality improvement a nd patient-centred c are. With each transformation there has been a concurrent benefit to patients, leading to improved patient outcomes and more effective systems of care. In …

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MIL-OSI Canada: In Their Own Words: Conservative…

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Post sponsored by NewzEngine.com Source: Liberal Party of Canada On the Friday before the Thanksgiving long weekend, after all the Leaders’ debates have passed, and after thousands of Canadians have already cast their ballot, Andrew Scheer finally released his platform, which includes $53 billion in cuts, including $14 billion in …

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What is Canada doing to protect the environment? Read RCI’s reports

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Is Canada doing enough to protect the environment? Read RCI’s recent reports on environmental protection, climate change and decisions of the Canadian political and justice systems on these issues. Extinction rebellion action in Canada: measured success By Lynn Desjardins, Friday 11 October, 2019 Protesters with Extinction Rebellion occupied a bridge in …

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Voters should take Trudeau to task for lack of health portability

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Justin Trudeau accuses Andrew Scheer of not mentioning his U.S. citizenship. However, apparently he never voted there, and allowed his passport to expire. Ironically, Trudeau and his entire family likely have and use fully portable Ontario health cards unlike his Papineau constituents.  They are treated as “second-class citizens” outside Quebec …

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…to task for lack of health…

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Justin Trudeau accuses Andrew Scheer of not mentioning his U.S. citizenship. However, apparently he never voted there, and allowed his passport to expire. Ironically, Trudeau and his entire family likely have and use fully portable Ontario health cards unlike his Papineau constituents.  They are treated as “second-class citizens” outside Quebec …

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Candidate Questions: Michael Nenn – NDP

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1. What do you feel is the biggest issue impacting Mission residents and how will you and/or your party address that? Affordability is an issue that impacts us all. Past governments have let big polluters off the hook with billions in profits while leaving families to struggle. Time and time …

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