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Close the gap between words and behaviour on children’s rights – Toronto Star

Nov. 20, 2019 Wednesday marks the 30th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. The most universally supported human rights agreement in history, the convention commits its current 196 signatories to support the needs of children until they reach age 18. It’s hard to find a better marker for the […]

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Hydroelectric station commissioned on Mattagami River – Northern Ontario Business

Québec company Boralex developed 16-megawatt facility Boralex, a Kingsey Falls, Que.-based developer of renewable power facilities, has commissioned a new, 16-megawatt hydroelectric station south of Smooth Rock Falls. Located on the Mattagami River, about 20 kilometres south of Smooth Rock Falls, the Yellow Falls hydroelectric station is comprised of two 8-megawatt turbines, a water intake, […]

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Indigenous leaders, U of T researchers look to forge collaborative relationship through ‘Two-Eyed Seeing’ – U of T News

As Indigenous leaders and researchers at the University of Toronto seek to put their relationship on a new footing, they are looking to incorporate the Mi’kmaw concept of Two-Eyed Seeing, an approach grounded in mutual respect for one another’s knowledge systems. The Centre for Global Engineering Forum (CGEN), a cross-disciplinary research institute in the U […]

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Summit sees ‘ground-breaking’ MOU signed in Timmins – Timmins Press

Agreement will help to fulfil growing market demand for Indigenous-themed tourism November 19, 2019 A “ground-breaking” agreement between two organizations was signed during the Northern Ontario Tourism Summit in Timmins which will see greater promotion and development of Indigenous-themed tourism. “Markets are demanding Indigenous tourism products and if you’re not involved with Indigenous tourism operators […]

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Autumn Peltier models for Nike N7 x Pendleton line – Manitoulin Expositor

November 20, 2019 BEAVERTON, OR – Manitoulin’s very own Autumn Peltier is being seen around the world as part of her work on the new Nike N7 x Pendleton collection of sportswear that works to empower Indigenous peoples. “The N7 campaign is basically about helping to amplify (Indigenous) voices and empower positive change for the […]

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Ryerson’s part in Inuit water solutions – The Eyeopener

Inuit communities in Nunavut have raised concerns about the quality and cleanliness of their waters due to ongoing environmental issues such as climate change, and researchers at Ryerson are trying to help find solutions to the problem. Since 2015, they have been mentoring three Nunavut communities: Pond Inlet (Mittimatalik), Baker Lake (Qamani’tuaq) and Taloyoak, in […]

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Morning Brief: Swearing-in day – iPolitics

Nov 20, 2019 Good morning, readers. It’s cabinet swearing-in day. Today’s festivities at Rideau Hall will get underway officially at 1:30 p.m., and as the Canadian Press reports, will not feature the showmanship of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet reveal following the 2015 election. Rumours have been aswirl about which MPs could land which appointments, […]

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$320M in government subsidies given to Trans Mountain in first half of 2019: report – Globalnews.ca

The Trans Mountain pipeline received $320 million in subsidies from the Canadian and Alberta governments in the first half of 2019, says a new report by an economic institute that analyzes environmental issues. The money included $135.8 million in direct subsidies and $183.8 million in indirect subsidies that were not clearly disclosed to taxpayers, says […]

by ahnationtalk on November 19, 20197 Views

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New clinic at CHEO focused on the needs of Inuit children – OttawaMatters.com

Last year, 2,200 patients from Nunavut visited the children’s hospital. A first of its kind health clinic for Inuit peoples’ has opened at CHEO. Last year, 2,200 patients from Nunavut visited the children’s hospital some 2,000 kilometres away from home. The Aakuluk clinic will serve as a hub for children and youth from Nunavut who […]

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Understanding wrongs and seeking justice for First Nations – GuelphToday

Dublin United Church series is part of November’s Treaty Recognition Week They see themselves as keepers of the water. And for the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, water continues to play a significant role in their identity. “They settled mostly at the mouths of rivers and because of this, they signed many treaties,” said […]

by ahnationtalk on November 19, 20196 Views

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