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Bridges:CeCe Baptiste connects Indigenous values to the business world

Click here to view original web page at Bridges:CeCe Baptiste connects Indigenous values to the business world CeCe Baptiste remembers being incredibly hungry. She used to watch her high school classmates eat their lunches at school with a gnawing sensation in her stomach and a longing in her eyes. At …

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Morning Update: The Wettlaufer inquiry; RCMP scale back manhunt; Democratic debate takeaways

Click here to view original web page at Morning Update: The Wettlaufer inquiry; RCMP scale back manhunt; Democratic debate takeaways Good morning, These are the top stories: The Wettlaufer inquiry and the state of the long-term care system “Systemic vulnerabilities” enabled Elizabeth Wettlaufer to murder at least eight seniors in …

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Opinion — Wanted in connection to murder: two angelic, teen kids from good homes

Opinion — Wanted in connection to murder: two angelic, teen kids from good homes

Click here to view original web page at Opinion — Wanted in connection to murder: two angelic, teen kids from good homes Jessica Iron is an Indigenous writer whose column appears monthly in the Daily Herald. Jessica Iron, Herald Contributor I’m sure most of Canada is watching the developing story …

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Educators told to teach more Indigenous lessons – what does that mean in practise?

Educators told to teach more Indigenous lessons – what does that mean in practise?

Click here to view original web page at Educators told to teach more Indigenous lessons – what does that mean in practise? Students will benefit from more Indigenous education after a new B.C. teaching standard was introduced. (News Staff/The Northern View) For the first time, a new B.C. teaching standard …

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Two hockey development coaches drop their gloves over use of “First Nation Elites”

Two hockey development coaches drop their gloves over use of “First Nation Elites”

Click here to view original web page at Two hockey development coaches drop their gloves over use of “First Nation Elites” “People are confused and they were calling him and asking if he was involved with us,” Tommy Neeposh Donald Lucas of Flamme Olympique Hockey recently laid claim to the …

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Government of Canada supports training and resources for workplace harassment and violence

Click here to view original web page at Government of Canada supports training and resources for workplace harassment and violence Government of Canada supports training and resources for workplace harassment and violence TORONTO, July 5, 2019 /CNW/ – All Canadians deserve a workplace that is free from harassment and violence. …

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Former Vision Vancouver councillor Andrea Reimer rips into NPA’s Colleen Hardwick over vote on reconciliation report

Former Vision Vancouver councillor Andrea Reimer rips into NPA's Colleen Hardwick over vote on reconciliation report

Click here to view original web page at Former Vision Vancouver councillor Andrea Reimer rips into NPA’s Colleen Hardwick over vote on reconciliation report A high-profile former politician who discovered her Indigenous heritage in mid-life has delivered a stinging denunciation of an NPA councillor’s position on the city’s reconciliation efforts. …

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64 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Saturday, July 6

64 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Saturday, July 6

Click here to view original web page at 64 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Saturday, July 6 Looking for something to do on Saturday? The Straight ’s got you covered. Here are 64 events happening in or around Vancouver on Saturday, July 6. CONCERTS Facebook/Khatsahlano! Music & Art …

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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s inquiry issues final report

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s inquiry issues final report

Click here to view original web page at Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s inquiry issues final report Whitewashing Canadian capitalism’s crimes: The Canadian government’s public inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIW) issued its final report June 3. The product of a three-year investigation into the “systemic …

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John Marston’s nutsamuut syaays welcome figure unveiled at LSS

John Marston’s nutsamuut syaays welcome figure unveiled at LSS

Click here to view original web page at John Marston’s nutsamuut syaays welcome figure unveiled at LSS The unveiling of John Marston’s nutsamuut welcome figure (Cole Schisler photo) John Marston’s nutsamuut syaays welcome figure was unveiled at Ladysmith Secondary School to a foyer packed with students, community members, and dignitaries. …

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