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Advocates sound alarm on unfolding disaster in B.C. salmon fishing industry

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British Columbia B.C. is seeing its worst commercial fishing season in 50 years. B.C. is seeing its worst commercial fishing season in 50 years The Canadian Press · Posted: Sep 09, 2019 4:15 PM PT | Last Updated: September 9 A salmon is placed in a vessel to be lifted …

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AFN national chief applauds ‘unprecedented’ access to Liberal…

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Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde releases “Honouring Promises: 2019 Federal Election Priorities for First Nations and Canada” at a press conference in Ottawa on Sept. 9, 2019. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press OTTAWA — Four years after the Liberals made reconciliation with Indigenous peoples a central pillar of …

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AFN chief unveils First Nations election priorities, stresses need to…

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September 11, 2019 Trending now In exchange for 20 abducted victims, Katsina government releases… Miley Cyrus and Kaitlynn Carter Sizzle in Matching Outfits… Antonio Brown accused of rape in civil lawsuit Realme 5 Pro to Go on Sale Today at… Jessie James Decker Has a Stylish Solution for Wearing… ANALYSIS: …

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CANADA: AFN outlines First Nations election priorities…

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OTTAWA — Canada has been treating Indigenous issues as higher priorities since the last federal election but more work needs to be done, says Assembly of First Nations Chief Perry Bellegarde. The national group, which includes First Nations chiefs from across Canada, is outlining its election priorities for Canada’s First Nations, with less …

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AFN national chief applauds ‘unprecedented’ access to Liberal…

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Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde releases “Honouring Promises: 2019 Federal Election Priorities for First Nations and Canada” at a press conference in Ottawa on Sept. 9, 2019. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press OTTAWA — Four years after the Liberals made reconciliation with Indigenous peoples a central pillar of …

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AFN outlines First Nations election priorities ahead of fall vote

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OTTAWA — If Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer wants the support of more Indigenous voters in the federal election, he should disavow the approach of his predecessor Stephen Harper, says Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde. During an event in Ottawa Monday to launch a platform of First Nations …

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A world that should be held in-common by all in perpetuity

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The World’s Ultra-Right Political-Industrial-Corporate Movement continues to throttle the awareness of the existence and causes of the global climate crisis in the same way it throttles the awareness of the horrible crises that nations, since time immemorial, have created in the destruction they’ve waged against our Mother Earth and all …

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Climate crisis, human failings and empty opprobriums

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The World’s Ultra-Right Political-Industrial-Corporate Movement continues to throttle the awareness of the existence and causes of the global climate crisis in the same way it throttles the awareness of the horrible crises that nations, since time immemorial, have created in the destruction they’ve waged against our Mother Earth and all …

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In the news today, Sept. 9

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Six stories in the news for Monday, Sept. 9 ——— POST DORIAN CLEANUP A MASSIVE TASK Post-tropical storm Dorian may have departed Atlantic Canada but the scars it inflicted across the region with its hurricane strength wind gusts and torrential rain will take some time to heal. Utility companies in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, …

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In the news today, Sept. 9

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Six stories in the news for Monday, Sept. 9 ——— POST DORIAN CLEANUP A MASSIVE TASK Post-tropical storm Dorian may have departed Atlantic Canada but the scars it inflicted across the region with its hurricane strength wind gusts and torrential rain will take some time to heal. Utility companies in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, …

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