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‘Deserves to feel how I did’

'Deserves to feel how I did'

Click here to view original web page at ‘Deserves to feel how I did’ Photo: Contributed Kelowna’s KF Aerospace has announced a major project that will place it at the forefront of education in its industry. KF Aerospace on Thursday unveiled plans for a $25-million state-of-the-art aerospace exhibition hall and …

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Air Canada Proudly Salutes its Indigenous Employees on National Indigenous Peoples Day Français

Air Canada Proudly Salutes its Indigenous Employees on National Indigenous Peoples Day Français

Click here to view original web page at Air Canada Proudly Salutes its Indigenous Employees on National Indigenous Peoples Day Français Flight AC185 from Toronto to Vancouver was operated by Indigenous pilots, flight attendants and ground employees Historical first flight captured on video: https://vimeo.com/343369521 TORONTO, June 21, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ …

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DAVID STAPLES: Indigenous people level a crushing blow to U.S. funded anti-oil sands campaign

DAVID STAPLES: Indigenous people level a crushing blow to U.S. funded anti-oil sands campaign

Click here to view original web page at DAVID STAPLES: Indigenous people level a crushing blow to U.S. funded anti-oil sands campaign Iron Coalition, co-led by Chief Tony Alexis (pictured) of the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, is urging all First Nations and Métis communities in Alberta to sign an exclusivity …

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Women 4 Wellness health fair spotlights MMIWG crisis

Women 4 Wellness health fair spotlights MMIWG crisis

Click here to view original web page at Women 4 Wellness health fair spotlights MMIWG crisis Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ policy analyst Jamie Pluff piloted a display featuring a missing poster of Jermaine Charlo, who went missing from Missoula roughly a year ago. The display calls attention to the …

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The Grandmother Earth Dress: her ‘strong presence’ gives healing to families of MMIWG

The Grandmother Earth Dress: her 'strong presence' gives healing to families of MMIWG

Click here to view original web page at The Grandmother Earth Dress: her ‘strong presence’ gives healing to families of MMIWG Collin Graham, a community development program manager with the Ontario Native Women’s Association in Thunder Bay, says the idea for the Grandmother Earth Dress came to him in the …

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Director, Cultural Safety and Humility

Click here to view original web page at Director, Cultural Safety and Humility POSITION SUMMARY The Director, Cultural Safety and Humility provides strategic leadership, advice, and management/oversight regarding the development, monitoring, reporting and oversight of major cross-system cultural safety & humility initiatives. The position oversees a backbone team and supports …

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Woman sues Kelowna RCMP officer over ‘abhorrent’ interrogation in sex assault case

Woman sues Kelowna RCMP officer over ‘abhorrent’ interrogation in sex assault case

Click here to view original web page at Woman sues Kelowna RCMP officer over ‘abhorrent’ interrogation in sex assault case Kelowna RCMP building on Richter Street (file) A lawsuit has been launched against the Kelowna RCMP officer at the centre of a controversial interrogation of an Indigenous woman who reported …

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Curation style guide

Curation style guide

Click here to view original web page at Curation style guide The goal of Moments is to showcase the very best of what’s happening on Twitter — the amazing conversations and memes, the breaking news and the diverse voices and perspectives. Moments are intended to feature compelling, original and diverse …

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Langara College marks 49 years on West 49th Ave. with Community Day

Langara College marks 49 years on West 49th Ave. with Community Day

Click here to view original web page at Langara College marks 49 years on West 49th Ave. with Community Day Vancouver, BC – Langara College marked 49 years on West 49th Ave. on Saturday, June 15 with Community Daypresented by RBC, a major celebration attended by thousands of students, alumni, …

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Dialog on green new deal for Canada reaches Smithers

Dialog on green new deal for Canada reaches Smithers

Click here to view original web page at Dialog on green new deal for Canada reaches Smithers From left, Tina Portman, Jesse Hiemstra and Debbie Wellwood participated in a green new deal townhall in Smithers June 6. (Trevor Hewitt photo) Bulkley Valley residents had the opportunity to weigh in on …

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