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Cat Lake Canadian Rangers First Rescue a Success – NetNewsLedger

April 25, 2019 CAT LAKE FN – The rescue of a stranded family party of eight whose snowmobiles went through lake ice is “proof that the rescue system works,” according to the Canadian Army officer commanding the Canadian Rangers in the Far North of Ontario. A Ranger rescue party from Cat Lake First Nation reached […]

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Grassy Narrows worries about fate of Trudeau Liberals’ promised treatment home – cpac

CHARLOTTETOWN — An affable dentist with a distinct Scottish accent, Peter Bevan-Baker ran nine times for the Green party —federally and provincially — before finally winning a seat in the P.E.I. legislature in 2015. The leader of the Island’s Green party, Bevan-Baker could become leader of Canada’s first Green government after Island voters cast their […]

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M’Chigeeng FN Chief Linda Debassige sworn in as First Nations Trustee – My Algoma Manitoulin Now

A popular Manitoulin Island First Nation chief has been sworn in as the First Nation Trustee for the Rainbow District School Board. M’Chigeeng First Nation Chief, Linda Debassige, has been appointed trustee representing the 11 First Nations communities who have educational service agreements with the board, including those in the Manitoulin and Sudbury districts. Justice […]

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Trial starting on Indigenous bands’ claim to Lake Huron, Georgian Bay – CTV News

April 25, 2019 TORONTO — A complex trial involving a novel claim to a large swath of Lake Huron lake bed and allegations of broken promises is set to kick off in Toronto today. The trial pits the Saugeen Ojibway Nation against the federal and Ontario governments. The two Aboriginal groups who make up the […]

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Boushie Family Releases Statement Ahead of Hot Docs Opening Night Premiere – Point of View Magazine

April 25th, 2019 Ahead of tonight’s Hot Docs premiere of nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up, which examines the death of Cree man Colten Boushie and the ongoing fight for Indigenous rights, Boushie’s family released a statement about their experience and several calls to action for audiences inspired by the film. Read their statement below. [Capitalization […]

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Hearings scheduled for Milton logistics project – Journal Of Commerce

April 25, 2019 MILTON, ONT. — The review panel for the proposed Milton Logistics Hub Project has announced the new phase of public hearings into the project. Hearings will begin with a general session in Milton, Ont. on June 19. Members of the public, Indigenous groups, governments and other organizations are invited to participate, stated […]

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Healthcare, education jobs transforming Thunder Bay’s economy – Northern Ontario Business

First Nation partnerships key to restoring city’s tarnished image as regional hub In the early 2000s, much of Thunder Bay’s economy leaned on the pillar of the forestry industry. For Doug Murray, the former general manager of the Resolute Forest Products mill, he remembers 2003 as being the city’s best employment years with two kraft […]

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How Bill C-69 will end up punishing Indigenous Canadians most of all – National Post

Opinion: The misconception that Indigenous communities are victims of the resource industry is paternalistic and out-dated Across our country, workers, communities and businesses have been telling senators that Bill C-69, the proposed legislation on impact assessment, threatens to destroy the resource industry. Investment is fleeing, projects are being cancelled and jobs are being lost. Often […]

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Trial begins on Indigenous bands’ claim to Lake Huron, Georgian Bay – Toronto Star

April 25, 2019 A complex trial involving a novel claim to a large swath of Lake Huron lake bed and allegations of broken promises is set to kick off in Toronto today. The trial pits the Saugeen Ojibway Nation against the federal and Ontario governments. The two Indigenous groups who make up the Saugeen Ojibway […]

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Thessalon mill workers face layoffs while First Nation and province negotiate land claim – CBC

Thessalon First Nation claims its reserve lands should be four times larger Apr 25, 2019 The union leader for sawmill workers in Thessalon blames the provincial government for 20 of his members facing layoffs next month. But Scott Dunlop fears that some will blame their neighbours in Thessalon First Nation, whose land claim has led […]

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