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After three years, MMIWG inquiry releases report

After three years, MMIWG inquiry releases report

Click here to view original web page at After three years, MMIWG inquiry releases report GATINEAU, Que. — Hundreds of families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls and survivors are filing into the Canadian Museum of History to mark the release of findings from a commission tasked with …

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Former Harper-era minister doubles down on calling MMIWG inquiry report ‘propagandist’

Former Harper-era minister doubles down on calling MMIWG inquiry report 'propagandist'

Click here to view original web page at Former Harper-era minister doubles down on calling MMIWG inquiry report ‘propagandist’ A former federal Aboriginal affairs minister under the Stephen Harper government is doubling down on his social media claim that the finding of “genocide” by the National Inquiry into Murdered and …

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#NotInvisible: Groundbreaking legislation tackles epidemic of violence against Indigenous women

#NotInvisible: Groundbreaking legislation tackles epidemic of violence against Indigenous women

Click here to view original web page at #NotInvisible: Groundbreaking legislation tackles epidemic of violence against Indigenous women Image Credit: Sarah Morris/Getty Images Newly-proposed federal legislation tackles a silent crisis – the epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. Rep. Deb Haaland (D-N.M.) introduced H.R. 2438 – the …

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Final MMIWG report to be released — calls violence against women and girls ‘genocide’

Final MMIWG report to be released — calls violence against women and girls ‘genocide’

Click here to view original web page at Final MMIWG report to be released — calls violence against women and girls ‘genocide’ A much-anticipated final report from the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls calls on police services to do a better job dealing with human …

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Nanaimo-Ladysmith byelection 2019 cheat sheet: A last-minute voter’s guide

Nanaimo-Ladysmith byelection 2019 cheat sheet: A last-minute voter’s guide

Click here to view original web page at Nanaimo-Ladysmith byelection 2019 cheat sheet: A last-minute voter’s guide It is rare to have a byelection so close to a general election. That is why the Nanaimo-Ladysmith byelection on Monday, May 6, is shaping up to be a litmus test for four …

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Top cop in Nunavut

Top cop in Nunavut

Click here to view original web page at Top cop in Nunavut Lindsey Brine, the commanding officer of the RCMP’s V Division in Nunavut, oversaw the work of 4,000 officers from dozens of countries as part of the UN’s stabilization efforts in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake (Photo: Courtesy of …

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Inuvik actor excited to see himself in The Grizzlies for 1st time with friends, family

Inuvik actor excited to see himself in The Grizzlies for 1st time with friends, family

Click here to view original web page at Inuvik actor excited to see himself in The Grizzlies for 1st time with friends, family Chris Church will see the full film for the first time when it screens in Inuvik this Wednesday. (Mackenzie Scott/CBC) The Grizzlies has been receiving rave reviews …

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UPDATE: New West council votes to remove judge Begbie statue in 4-2 decision

UPDATE: New West council votes to remove judge Begbie statue in 4-2 decision

Click here to view original web page at UPDATE: New West council votes to remove judge Begbie statue in 4-2 decision Passersby make their way through New Westminster’s Begbie Square, past a statue of Judge Matthew Baillie Begbie, the first chief justice of B.C. A symbol of the colonial era …

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Parliament passes Charlie Angus’s motion to establish national suicide prevention action plan

Click here to view original web page at Parliament passes Charlie Angus’s motion to establish national suicide prevention action plan As parliamentarians voted unanimously Wednesday evening in favour of a national suicide prevention action plan, NDP MP Charlie Angus, who proposed the private member’s motion, says he was reciting in …

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Businesswoman tops awards

Businesswoman tops awards

Click here to view original web page at Businesswoman tops awards Advertisement Advertise With Us TIM SMITH/THE BRANDON SUN Michelle Budiwski speaks after winning the entrepreneur award during the Champions of Aboriginal Employment Awards luncheon at the Victoria Inn’s Imperial Ballroom on Wednesday. Michelle Budiwski overcame a cocaine addiction and …

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