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...help those in Indigenous communities with issues like mental health and suicide.“I want to work ... around mental health and teen suicide prevention,” he said. “It’s a national problem.”Brandon...

...enhancement agreement and the Indigenous Advisory Council.Said Richard Franklin, “This process of ... experience much higher than normal suicide rates. Opponents cited the need for parental...

...Griffin Jenkins had attempted suicide twice. For a year or so after that, he stumbled through... By the age of 13, Griffin Jenkins had attempted suicide twice. For a year or so after that, he...

Now a resident of Kelowna, B.C., Tootoo plans to work with indigenous communities on mental health issues and suicide prevention."I feel like it’s my calling to get out and help our communities...

...transcontinental main line. Lac Seul First Nation, made up of three communities — Frenchman’s Head... In 1988, Josias Fiddler, who was chief of Sandy Lake First Nation in Northern Ontario, staged a...

Indigenous people fight for rights with new cash crop – CannabisIndigenous entrepreneurs ... al cannabis on Wednesday.While indigenous entrepreneurs have already been selling cannabis for...

With cannabis legalization looming, B.C. based Aura Cannabis and Alberta based Westleaf Cannabis are ... of cannabis. Aura is headquartered in Vancouver — Canada’s unofficial capital of cannabis — and...

...opposites when it comes to marijuana. For years, illegal marijuana dispensaries have flourished in ... handful.Now that recreational marijuana is legal, it’s suddenly the reverse. B.C. has a single...

...First Nation, Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation, Opaskwayak Cree Nation (OCN) and Peguis First Nation ... provincial cannabis seller National Access Cannabis Corp. Peguis has also partnered with cannabis...

...with special needs and those of Indigenous ancestry.Read Hilder’s answers to the ’s candidate... 26, 2018)Cessford says Delta not ready for legal cannabis (Sept. 25, 2018)Candidate opposes...

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