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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Report fails Indigenous youth

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Report fails Indigenous youth

Click here to view original web page at LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Report fails Indigenous youth Dear editor: The MMIWG Report utterly fails to address its mandate to make recommendations for “concrete and effective action that can be taken to remove systemic causes of violence and to increase the safety …

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MMIWG issues final report

Click here to view original web page at MMIWG issues final report Here’s two sections of the report that will send it down the burning ring of fire 2.1 Acknowledge, recognize, and protect the rights of Indigenous Peoples to their cultures and languages as constitutionally protected inherent rights. 2.2 Recognize …

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National Geographic grant honours Howe Sound researcher

National Geographic grant honours Howe Sound researcher

Click here to view original web page at National Geographic grant honours Howe Sound researcher In May, Fiona Beaty was awarded a National Geographic Early Career grant to help support her study of Howe Sound. Every summer growing up, Fiona Beaty’s family would make the trip from Vancouver to Bowen …

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Why Canada and Genocide Belong in the Same Sentence

Why Canada and Genocide Belong in the Same Sentence

Click here to view original web page at Why Canada and Genocide Belong in the Same Sentence Genocide, as defined by the person who coined the term, is “the criminal intent to destroy or cripple permanently a human group.” Canada’s mounting toll of missing and murdered Indigenous women is but …

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UN representative finds Canada’s Indigenous people are ‘disproportionately’ affected by toxic waste

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Politics UN representative finds Canada's Indigenous people are 'disproportionately' affected by toxic waste The United Nations Special Rapporteur on human rights and hazardous substances says Canada's Indigenous people are disproportionately affected by toxic waste. Social Sharing Many Indigenous communities “feel they are located in areas that are … 'sacrifice zones'” – …

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