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Doors of new institute open at McMaster – Brighterworld.mcmaster.ca

June 21, 2019 The offices of an institute dedicated to broadening Canada’s research capacity in infectious disease and the response of the human immune system, opened today at McMaster University. The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Institute of Infection and Immunity (CIHR III) is McMaster’s first institute sponsored by the federal health research funding […]

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Video: Performers awe crowds at 2019 Indigenous Cultural Festival – Goldstream News Gazette

Jun. 24, 2019 A celebration of B.C. First Nations culture returned to Victoria this weekend. The 2019 Victoria Indigenous Cultural Festival provides a unique and special opportunity to connect with and learn about the incredible cultures of B.C.’s First Nations peoples – from stunning song and dance performances to demonstrations of weaving and drum-making. “What’s […]

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Indigenous Voices – A Mentee’s Experience – Bigbrothersbigsisters.ca

In 2017, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada launched a National Youth Mentoring Advisory Council (NYMAC) to ensure that young people are shaping the future of mentoring in Canada. These young leaders have firsthand experience as mentees and mentors with Big Brothers Big Sisters. They bring enthusiasm and a fresh perspective to our work and […]

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The Senate halts recognition of Indigenous rights on National Indigenous Peoples Day – Canadian Lawyer

June 24, 2019 This year, June 21 not only marked National Indigenous Peoples Day but also the day that bill C-262 died before the Senate. The bill would ensure that the laws of Canada are in harmony with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, but it did not make it passed […]

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U of T researchers and Indigenous communities collaborate to improve infrastructure and food security – Utoronto.ca

Researchers at the Centre for Global Engineering (CGEN) are collaborating with Indigenous communities to address pressing infrastructure challenges facing geographically disparate communities across Canada. CGEN’s Reconciliation Through Engineering Initiative will identify six projects that aim to improve access to clean drinking water, food security, housing, health care, transportation and communication systems from a multi-disciplinary and […]

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Sports: Elliot Lake Mixed Slo-Pitch weekend wrapup for June 24th – My Algoma Manitoulin Now

Jun. 24th, 2019 Napa Power Sports 14 lost to Brown & Fabris 16 Brown & Fabris 17 defeated Young Bucks 6 Got Gas? 7 lost to GinFes Refrigeration & A/C 23 Elliot Lake Dental Centre 4 lost to Lakeland 11 Smokin Bases 0 lost to Serpent River First Nation Trading Post 7 Blanchette Electrical Inc. […]

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Kingston celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day at Confederation Basin – Global News

June 24, 2019 Friday was National Indigenous Peoples Day, a time to recognize Canada’s First Nations and celebrate their art, languages, music and culture. Kingston’s celebration took place at Confederation Basin in front of City Hall. Lynda Gerow was a member of the organizing committee that helped put on the four-hour gathering. “Because it’s the […]

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Former Justice LaForme stresses importance of vigilance in rights protection at Pride Month event – The Lawyer’s Daily

June 24, 2019 At the Law Society of Ontario’s Pride Month program, the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) awarded former Justice Harry LaForme the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Community (SOGIC) Ally Award for his “tireless efforts” in furthering the rights of Indigenous peoples and Canada’s LGBTQ+ communities. LaForme, the first Indigenous person to sit on […]

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Metric, Coleman Hell headline Wake the Giant Music Festival – CBC

Jun 24, 2019 Some well-known Canadian bands will take the stage at Thunder Bay’s waterfront in September as part of the first-ever Wake the Giant Music Festival. Metric, July Talk, Crown Lands, and Coleman Hell will headline the inaugural event, according to organizers, and it will feature both Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists, a live art […]

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Mixed reviews on child welfare bill – Dryden Now

23 June 2019 Ottawa has finally passed a bill governing Indigenous child welfare, but it’s getting mixed reviews. “I believe this Bill will help keep Indigenous families together and foster a positive, culturally appropriate environment for Indigenous children,” said Kenora MP Bob Nault. “I would like to congratulate all those involved on a job well […]

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