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millennialfeminist: awkward-teabag: blackqueerblog: The US…

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awkward-teabag: blackqueerblog: The US is refusing to let the UN investigate the concentration camps. The federal Canadian government is refusing to adopt the UN’s Indigenous Rights ruling. Also refusing to improve housing and provide clean water to all the indigenous people while buying a pipeline that cost a billion more …

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Voltage Fanatic — millennialfeminist: awkward-teabag: …

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The US is refusing to let the UN investigate the concentration camps. The federal Canadian government is refusing to adopt the UN’s Indigenous Rights ruling. Also refusing to improve housing and provide clean water to all the indigenous people while buying a pipeline that cost a billion more upfront (and …

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Teen excited to belt out national anthem in Cree at Blue Jays game

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Kiya Bruno, 13, will be decked out in beaded Blue Jays bling when she walks onto the field at the Rogers Centre Saturday to belt out O Canada in Cree and English. Kiya Bruno will be singing the Canadian national anthem in Cree and English at Saturday’s Toronto Blue Jays …

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‘They want to make a difference’: Hundreds take part in Regina’s annual North Central smudge walk

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The annual smudge walk was greeted with a hot and sunny day today in Regina’s North Central community. Friday’s walk took community members through North Central to smudge the neighbourhood. (Shayla Sayer-Brabant) Regina’s annual smudge walk was greeted with a hot and sunny day Friday in the city’s North Central …

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Infrastructure in Ontario’s far north more at risk due to more frequent, intense wildfires, experts say

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Wildfire experts say vital infrastructure that criss-crosses Ontario’s far north, like power lines and telecommunications corridors, will be more at risk to damage or destruction in forest fires as blazes will become more frequent and intense. Forest fires will put infrastructure like roads, power lines and telecommunications corridors at greater …

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B.C. First Nation has change of heart, now opposes Trans Mountain pipeline project

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A First Nation that was once in full support of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project is now standing in opposition, at least until it feels confident the project won’t destroy one of their ancient villages. The Shxwowhamel First Nation’s lawyer Merle Alexander says the First Nation has a strong case to …

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YT Government: Western Premiers conclude meetings in Edmonton, Alberta

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by ahnationtalk on June 28, 20196 Views Premier Sandy Silver joined provincial and territorial counterparts in Edmonton at the Western Premiers’ Conference to promote a collaborative relationship focused on a strong, competitive economy that works for all western and northern Canadians. Key Yukon items discussed by Premier Silver included the …

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BlackBerry to Help Modernize Canada’s Indigenous People’s Technology…

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BlackBerry Ltd. (NYSE:BB)Intraday Stock Chart Today : Saturday 29 June 2019 MONTREAL, June 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Today at the Indigenous Technology Summit, BlackBerry Limited (NYSE: BB; TSX: BB) announced it is helping Indigenous communities across Canada deploy new technologies with a view to improving their overall well-being from a health, …

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96 things to do in Calgary in July

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Summer is in full swing in Calgary, so let’s have fun! Pack your July with these 96 things to do in the city and beyond this month! Enjoy Canada Day, Stampede, and more! For more things happening around town check out our events section. Live out your medieval fantasies at this …

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