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Winnipeg Jets unveil jerseys with Indigenous-styled logo for upcoming campaign


Representatives from the Winnipeg Jets and Manitoba Moose hockey teams unveiled special jerseys bearing Indigenous-styled logos on Friday that the players will wear next week.  Nick Wakos and Alyssa Lavallee model the new Winnipeg Jets and Manitoba Moose Indigenous-style logo jerseys. (Gary Solilak/CBC) Representatives from the Winnipeg Jets and Manitoba Moose hockey …

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Documentary Heritage News: Vol. 13, no. 19


Ressources / Resources De l’État / From the State Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada – Research Data Management: Public Consultation Summary National Archives of Australia – Information and Data Governance Framework Guide thématique …

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How Prince Edward Island went from stigma central to a pot paradise


Pre-colonization, Prince Edward Island’s Mi’kmaq called the small island Epekwitk. French explorer Jacques Cartier arrived in the late 1700s, calling the red sandy beaches and tall grasses “the fairest land ’tis possible to see!” and, according to Tourism PEI, renamed the island Île Saint-Jean. In 1799, the British occupied the …

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Year In Review: August


A dream became a reality on Aug. 16 as a group of nearly 100 scout leaders, donors, dignitaries, youth and volunteers gathered at Lambton Shores’ Camp Attawandaron Scouting Reserve to celebrate the completion of 12 accessible cabins. The state-of-the-art cabins replaced a dozen antiquated structures used by thousands of campers …

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Nelson: Trudeau’s genocidal flimflam has international consequences


Trudeau pledges Canadian support to investigation of Iran plane crash OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will work with its international partners to thoroughly investigate the cause of the plane crash in Iran that killed 63 Canadians. Trudeau says Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne and Transport Minister Marc …

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