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Report reveals Trans Mountain Pipeline faces bigger construction…

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Press Release Unceded Coast Salish Territory (VANCOUVER, BC) — A new investigative report titled “Trans Mountain Pipeline: The truth about construction” released today by international environmental organization Stand.earth reveals how the Canadian federal government faces bigger construction challenges than previously thought and calls into question the three-year construction timeline for …

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Election 2019 cheat sheet: the last four years in Canadian politics

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Justin Trudeau’s first four years as prime minister are officially coming to a close and it remains to be seen whether he and his government have done enough to be re-elected to office for a second shot at governing. The Canadian political landscape looks vastly different from the promises of …

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Canada: Brant Family And Children’s Services Spent…

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Estimated 20,000 B.C. First Nations to benefit from Human Rights Tribunal order As many as 20,000 First Nations individuals in B.C., including children, their parents and grandparents, could be in line for compensation flowing from an order of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal for discrimination by the federal government in …

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Election 2019 Candidates Listening Session: Focus on the Future

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“Choose forward.” “Not left. Not right. Forward together.”  “In it for you.” “It’s time for you to get ahead.” Looking carefully at the slogans of the four main political parties in English Canada, it’s clear that this October’s election is about the future. Thankfully campaigns are about more than slogans. …

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Quick Looks | Vision 2019

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UM Research by the Numbers UM research and scholarship positively impacts our health, environment and economy. Through grants and contracts awarded to UM in fiscal year 2019, faculty members are developing a better influenza vaccine, researching and educating Montanans about our state’s precious water resources, and nurturing a vibrant bioscience …

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Carry the Kettle man selected for Water Leadership Award

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Saskatchewan Deon Hassler, a former water plant operator and First Nations veteran, has been named 2019’s recipient of the First Nations Water Leadership Award. Deon Hassler, Indigenous veteran, former water operator, named 2019 winner of Water Leadership Award CBC News · Posted: Sep 12, 2019 2:00 AM CT | Last …

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Reconciliation is nothing to fear, it will benefit all Canadians

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As a federal election looms, all major parties have discussed the need for reconciliation with Indigenous peoples in one way or another. While Canadians see the pressing need to improve the living conditions in Indigenous communities, many are cautious about Indigenous reconciliation and what exactly it entails. Though the concept …

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Make broadband an essential service, rural community leader urges…

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TORONTO — High-speed internet should be declared an essential service to ensure all Ontarians can enjoy the benefits of the digital economy, says the head of a group representing rural communities. Allan Thompson, the chairman of the Rural Ontario Municipal Association, said broadband services should be treated the same as …

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Make broadband an essential service, rural community leader urges…

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TORONTO — High-speed internet should be declared an essential service to ensure all Ontarians can enjoy the benefits of the digital economy, says the head of a group representing rural communities. Allan Thompson, the chairman of the Rural Ontario Municipal Association, said broadband services should be treated the same as the provision of clean water, …

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