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NAFTA’s environmental arm demands Canada explain oilsands tailings leaks – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Aug 18, 2017  OTTAWA _ The environmental arm of NAFTA is demanding Canada explain what it is doing to stop oilsands tailings ponds from leaking into Alberta waterways. The request comes in a decision by the Commission for Environmental Co-operation, which oversees the environmental pact Canada, the United States and Mexico signed as […]

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Anishinaabe student from Ottawa arrested at blockade of oil exploration site – CBC

Freddy Stoneypoint, 29, charged with mischief, theft, break and enter; bail decision expected Friday Aug 18, 2017 An Indigenous man from Ottawa arrested by police at the blockade of an oil exploration site in Quebec is today expected to find out if he’ll be released on bail or not. Freddy Stoneypoint, an Anishinaabe 29-year-old Carleton […]

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Is racism different in Canada? – Macleans.ca

Opinion: Canadians have a tendency not to be less racist than Americans, but less loud about it, says Melissa J. Gismondi In the aftermath of Charlottesville, it’s worth asking: Are Canadians really less racist than Americans? A recent issue of Rolling Stone magazine — with a photo of a smiling Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on […]

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Understanding motivation key to resolving legal disputes: Rosenbaum – Advocate Daily

As a teenager, Toronto labour and employment lawyer Stefan Rosenbaum’s part-time job as a grocery store cashier in Winnipeg gave him an early taste of workplace issues that now inform his main practice area. “At a really young age, I realized the benefits a union — and an understanding of your rights as an employee […]

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On Campus: Loyalist programs remain available – Belleville Intelligencer

August 18, 2017 BELLEVILLE – Pursue your interests and jump-start your career at Loyalist College this September. The college is still accepting applications for many of the 65 full-time, in-class programs and 1,000 part-time and distance Continuing Education opportunities available through monthly and semester starts. In-class programs are designed to prepare students for the workforce […]

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Northern mayors win skirmish in Species at Risk battle – Northern Ontario Business

Forestry communities continue to push for government consultation Northern mayors are pleased with the Ontario government’s promise to delay posting a Species at Risk guide on the province’s Environmental Registry website. An Aug. 16 release by the Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities (FONOM) announced that Natural Resources and Forestry Ministry Kathryn McGarry’s promised at the […]

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Justice officials testing waters for sentencing reform promised by Liberals – Blue Line

August 18, 2017 OTTAWA — The Justice Department wants to know what Canadians think of changing some of the former Conservative government’s controversial tough-on-crime sentencing legacy — including mandatory minimum penalties — before the Liberals bring in their promised reforms. An online survey asks respondents to judge several scenarios involving mitigating circumstances surrounding a crime, […]

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Ontario Update – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Aug 18, 2017 (Inmate-Death) Police in London, Ontario have not yet released a possible cause of death of an inmate who died at the Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre. Police say the man died yesterday morning but are not releasing his name or saying why he was in custody. It’s the second […]

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Indigenous history and climate change explored in Stratford’s ‘The Breathing Hole’ – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Aug 17, 2017 By Lauren La Rose THE CANADIAN PRESS STRATFORD, Ont. _ Reneltta Arluk wanted to acknowledge the origins of the story told in her Statford Festival production “The Breathing Hole,” so the director took the project to the North. Consultations and workshops were held with Qaggiavuut, a Nunavut-based performing arts society, […]

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Pikangikum First Nation to be connected to Ontario power grid by next fall – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Aug 17, 2017  By Brennan Doherty THE CANADIAN PRESS The federal government announced up to $60 million in funding Thursday to connect a remote northwestern Ontario First Nation to the province’s power grid. Pikangikum First Nation, a community near the Ontario-Manitoba border, currently relies on diesel generators for electricity. The reserve of some […]

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