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LU Selects Top Talent to Fill Two Vice-President Roles

Laurentian University is pleased to announce that Dr. Marie-Josée Berger has been appointed Provost and Vice-President, Academics and that Dr. Tammy Eger has been appointed Vice-President, Research. “We found two ideal candidates and I am very much looking forward to seeing their contributions at Laurentian over the years to come.” said Dr. Robert Haché, President […]

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Government Proposes Made-in-Ontario Plan for Growth, Renewal and Economic Recovery

Measures Would Help Deliver Critical Infrastructure Projects Faster July 6, 2020 TORONTO — The Government of Ontario has developed a made-in-Ontario plan for growth, renewal and economic recovery. This plan includes measures that would make it easier and faster to build provincial highways, major transit infrastructure projects and quality, affordable housing, while ensuring there are […]

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National Indigenous Day: We are more than feathers and drums – Niagarathisweek.com

Canadians need to learn more about our shared history, Wendy Sturgeon writes We encourage all Canadians to research into our shared history to recognize and acknowledge the part all ancestors played — beginning with original contact, which was welcoming, friendly and helpful. The fact that Indigenous people nursed ancestors of newcomers back to health upon arrival, […]

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CMHA: Statement on police and wellness checks

July 6, 2020 The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is deeply concerned by the recent deaths of individuals experiencing a mental health crisis across Canada stemming from interactions with the police. Each of these deaths is an unacceptable tragedy. We extend our condolences to the families, loved ones and communities mourning these deaths, and call […]

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Canada’s country statement for the 64th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women

From: Women and Gender Equality Canada July 1, 2020 Advancing gender equality is more important than ever 2020 marks many anniversaries and important milestones on the road to gender equality, both internationally and in Canada. In Canada, this year marks the 50th anniversary of the report from the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, which included recommendations […]

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One third of Indigenous workers in Canada in jobs facing automation, says report – The Star

July 6, 2020 TORONTO – One-third of Canada’s Indigenous workers are in jobs facing a high risk of automation, a new report has found. Researchers at the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, Ryerson University’s Diversity Institute and the Future Skills Centre spent roughly a year studying 33 sectors and how advances in automation will affect […]

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How Indigenous people are coping with COVID-19 – CMAJ

July 06, 2020 The camping area is near a stand of tall birch along the shores of the McKenzie River in the Northwest Territories. Dene land-based arts educator Melaw Nakehk’o has set up her canvas tent right next to her mom and dad’s wooden framed tent. In front is a common area where they cook […]

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Nipissing FN: Measures to Address Criminal Activities

July 3, 2020 – We have been working closely with the Anishinabek Police Service (APS) to address multiple issues in our communities, especially in Garden Village.  The APS is spending the majority of their time patrolling Nipissing, and has stressed the need for community members to report suspicious or criminal activities to police immediately for […]

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A look at COVID 19 travel restrictions in each province and territory – MSN

If you’re looking to explore Canada this summer, you’ll first have to navigate the fluctuating patchwork of travel restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus throughout the country. Here’s a look at some of the rules for each province and territory: Newfoundland and Labrador On July 3, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, […]

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Indigenous Screen Office Announces $3 million in Emergency Relief Funding and Launches $300k Solidarity Fund

TORONTO, ON — The Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) is pleased to announce that it will disburse $3.3 million in COVID-19 emergency relief funding to support Indigenous-led production companies affected by the pandemic, as well as new opportunities for individual creators and a new fund for racialized creators. The $3 million in relief funding will support COVID-19-related […]

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