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Canada’s First Indigenous Women’s Leadership Summit Will Bring 300 of the Country’s Most Powerful Indigenous Female Leaders Together

OTTAWA, Nov. 13, 2018 – Canada’s first ever Indigenous Women’s Leadership Summit will be taking place November 15 – 17 in Ottawa and Gatineau. Founded by the Vancouver mother-daughter team, Laurie Sterritt and Nicole Taylor-Sterritt, the inaugural IWLS summit was created to bring women together to build a network of future leaders and offer a platform for sharing stories and lessons. More than 300 Indigenous women who […]

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Lack of consultation on Ring of Fire development frustrates First Nation communities – SooToday

Neskantaga, Eabametoong want negotiated settlement with Queen’s Park, threaten legal action The lack of an all-inclusive provincial strategy to advance development in the Ring of Fire is frustrating two remote First Nation communities in the area of the Far North mineral deposits. In a Nov. 9 news release, the communities of Neskantaga and Eabametoong called […]

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Midnight Shine’s New Video Tackles Suicide, Depression Crisis In Far North – Samaritan Mag

November 12, 2018 Northern Ontario rock band Midnight Shine’s new video “I Need Angels” is shining a light on the high rate of depression and suicide in Canada’s Far North. Hailing from Attawapiskat, a remote Indigenous community on the western side of James Bay, Midnight Shine are all too familiar with these crises. In 2016 […]

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Lakehead University’s sustainable communities speaker series hosting two lectures this month

November 12, 2018 – Orillia, ON The Research Centre for Sustainable Communities (RCSC) at Lakehead University Orillia is offering two lectures in November as part of its 2018/2019 Speaker Series. On Thursday, November 15 at 5:30 p.m., Dr. Lesley Lovett-Doust, professor in the Faculty of Arts and Science at Nipissing University, will deliver her lecture, […]

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Power of the people – Corporate Knights Magazine

November 12, 2018 When the 10 turbines started rotating at the Gunn’s Hill Wind Farm in late 2016, they brought more than just green energy to Ontario’s Oxford County – they brought in revenue. Gunn’s Hill – owned by the Oxford Community Energy Cooperative (OCEC), the Six Nations of the Grand River and developer Prowind […]

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Honouring Indigenous voices and history at Humber – Humber Today

November 9, 2018 From the Eastern shores of Turtle Island to the Western end of Ojibwe Gitchi-Gameh (Lake Superior), the migration story of the Anishnaabe people is rich and fascinating. That story is now represented at Humber College’s Lakeshore campus by the installation “The Great Migration,” a series of markers located in the quad and […]

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Superior Gold Inc. Announces Third Quarter 2018 Financial and Operating Results

RECORD QUARTERLY SALES WITH ANNUALIZED PRODUCTION RATE OF MORE THAN 100,000 OUNCES FOR TWO CONSECUTIVE QUARTERS STRONG CASH POSITION UNCHANGED AT $22 MILLION AND NO DEBT AT QUARTER END TORONTO, November 13, 2018 – Superior Gold Inc. (“Superior Gold” or the “Company”) (TSXV:SGI) announced today its financial and operating results for the quarter ended September 30, 2018. This release should be read […]

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In the news today, Nov. 13 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov 13, 2018 Four stories in the news for Tuesday, Nov. 13 ___ IN SINGAPORE, TRUDEAU SEEKS MORE TRADE WITH ASIA Prime Minister Justin Trudeau lands in Singapore today, looking for a way to expand trade in southeast Asia. He’ll be attending the East Asia Summit hosted by a bloc of 10 countries […]

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Media Advisory: Western’s 2018 International Week to highlight environment, global health and migration

MEDIA ADVISORY WESTERN UNIVERSITY NOVEMBER 12, 2018 Western’s 2018 International Week to highlight environment, global health and migration Western University’s annual International Week kicks off today, with a focus on celebrating diversity, highlighting international research and exploring international learning opportunities. Taking place from November 12-16, the week features cultural experiences, panel discussions, presentations, workshops, displays, […]

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BR Coerced Sterilization Indigenous – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Nov 13, 2018 OTTAWA – Senator Yvonne Boyer is calling on the red chamber to examine nationally the scope of the issue of Indigenous women coerced into sterilization procedures. Boyers says she has heard from Indigenous women in different parts of the country who have experienced this trauma in the […]

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