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Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute partners as a centre of excellence – The Manitoulin Expositor

May 23, 2018 M’CHIGEENG— Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute (KTEI) has been forging new paths in education since its foundation and now the institution has been recognized as a provincial centre of excellence in the delivery of Indigenous early education. “Well, yes and no,” laughed KTEI Executive Director Stephanie Roy. “We are a co-lead for a […]

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A Tribe Called Red plays Rankin Arena – Sault Star

May 23, 2018 A Tribe Called Red plays at Rankin Arena on Wednesday night. The free show starts at 7 p.m. at the arena’s baseball diamond at 343 Gran St. A Tribe Called Red is touring several First Nation communities including Wiikwemkoong and Oswe:ge. Read More: http://www.saultstar.com/2018/05/23/a-tribe-called-red-plays-rankin-arena

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Kawartha Children’s Aid Society acknowledging role in residential school horrors – The Peterborough Examiner

From 1880 to the 1940s several Indigenous children were taken from their Hiawatha homes and suffered abuse in the schools Ron and Bill Howard were just five and six when they were taken from their family at Hiawatha First Nation. They were put on a train and sent to a residential school in Chapleau, Ontario. […]

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Anti-pipeline activists hold ’emergency rally’ days before Kinder Morgan deadline – APTN News

May 23, 2018 With the deadline looming for the Trans Mountain expansion project, dozens of anti-pipeline activists rallied against the Liberal government’s “blank cheque” to Kinder Morgan on Parliament Hill on Tuesday. “It’s with great disappointment from all across the country that we see the government willing to take taxpayers’ dollars to bail out a […]

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BR SCOC Vice RCMP – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire May 23, 2018  TORONTO – Canada’s highest court is set to hear a closely-watched case today that pits journalists against police and prosecutors. Vice Media plans to urge the Supreme Court of Canada to overturn a ruling that reporter Ben Makuch give the R-C-M-P materials related to interviews he did […]

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Chief Shining Turtle announces UOI grand council chief bid – The Manitoulin Expositor

May 23, 2018 WHITEFISH RIVER FIRST NATION—Whitefish River First Nation Chief Shining Turtle (Franklin Paibomsai) has announced that he is seeking the position of grand council chief at the upcoming June 6 Anishinabek Nation grand council elections. “I have already discussed my plans with my council during a closed door meeting we held at our […]

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Leaders campaigning for June 7 election in north, southwest and Toronto today – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 23, 2018 The major party leaders are spreading out across the province today as they campaign for the June 7 election in the face of polls indicating the New Democrats are on the rise as the governing Liberals falter. Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne is to make an announcement in Toronto this morning, […]

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Five things to know about the government’s proposed changes to family law – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 22, 2018  OTTAWA _ Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould tabled legislation Tuesday which, if passed, would introduce a number of changes to federal family laws _ billed by the Liberal government as the first substantive update for the laws in 20 years. Five things to know: Why now? Updating Canada’s Divorce Act and […]

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Renaming of Emily Carr painting spurs debate about reconciliation in art – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 22, 2018  By Adina Bresge THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ The painting depicts a colonial structure in an Indigenous setting, but it’s the name of the work that’s spurred a debate about how the art world should address reconciliation. The Art Gallery of Ontario has renamed a painting by Canadian artist Emily […]

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Ontario NDP target of attacks as polls put them at same support as Tories – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 22, 2018 By Paola Loriggio THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ Ontario’s opposition parties seemed to write off the governing Liberals nearly halfway through the province’s election campaign, as new polls suggest the Progressive Conservatives and the New Democrats are tied for the most support. Premier Kathleen Wynne _ whose Liberals have fallen […]

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