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One fifth of on reserve families to miss out on child benefit boost: Duclos – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jul 19, 2018  By Jordan Press THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA _ Thousands of Indigenous families living on-reserve will miss out on a boost to the federal Liberals’ signature child benefit that government MPs plan to tout at dozens of events Thursday. Almost every family in the country receives the monthly benefit, but take-up […]

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Ontario librarian creates online guide for teachers to find available Indigenous course content – CBC

Librarian from OISE compiles accessible sources on TRC course content after curriculum writing cancellation July 18, 2018 A librarian at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto has compiled a list of Indigenous education content available. The resource compilation is a response to the recent cancellation of Truth and Reconciliation […]

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Cabinet List – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Jul 18, 2018  OTTAWA – An updated list of federal cabinet ministers following Wednesday’s shuffle, by order of precedence: _ Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister _ Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness _ Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food _ Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations _ […]

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Recovery Day announces partnership with Fort William First Nation – Tbnewswatch.com

Recovery Day announces partnership with Fort William First Nation City of Thunder Bay release THUNDER BAY — Recovery Day, one of the nation’s largest public events to display freedom from addiction, is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership between Fort William First Nation and the Drug Awareness Committee to support the Thunder Bay Drug […]

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Why members of London’s Indigenous Running Club say running is for everybody – CBC

‘Running is for everybody, it doesn’t matter your size, your shape,’ says club founder July 18, 2018 Nancy Doxtator, 52, has a pretty lofty goal: to run a full marathon by the time she turns 60. The grandmother from Oneida Nation of the Thames is already off to a good start. She does a five-kilometre […]

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Minister of Indigenous Services visits Wiikwemkoong – Manitoulin.ca

July 18, 2018 WIIKWEMKOONG—It may have been a whirlwind day of tours for Indigenous Services Minister the Honourable Jane Philpott as she made her first visit to the Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territories last week, but the minister left with a strong and positive impression of the community and its accomplishments. “I am very impressed with the […]

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President DeGagné launches new edition of book on reconciliation

July 18,  2018 Marking the 10th anniversary of then-prime minister Stephen Harper’s apology in the House of Commons for the government-funded residential school system and its lasting harmful legacy, a new third edition of Speaking My Truth: The Journey to Reconciliation, a book of essays about the dark history of residential schools and concept of reconciliation, was […]

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MNO Veterans’ Council Senator attends change of command parade – MNO

Submitted by MNO Veterans’ Council Senator Guy Mandeville, CD Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Veterans’ Council Senator Guy Mandeville recently attended the Canadian Forces Postal Unit change of command parade at Canadian Forces Base Trenton. The June 26 ceremony was presided over by Commander of the Canadian Forces Joint Operational Support Group Col. Carla Harding, […]

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Treaty #3 Chief Seeks Meeting With Premier – 931 The Border

July 18, 2018 The Grand Chief of Treaty #3 has some early concerns with the new PC government. Francis Kavanaugh is upset with a decision to merge the Ministry of Indigenous Affairs into Energy and Northern Development. Kavanaugh calls the new Ministry “watered down.” He’s also upset with the decision to cancel Residential School instruction […]

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On the Journey with the Spiritwalkers – NetNewsLedger

July 18, 2018 It is Tuesday evening, the finish of Day 3 of Healing Walk 2018, the 2ndannual Healing Walk even hosted by Ginoogaming First Nation and Long Lake #58 First Nation near the Town of Longlac, and I am still admiring the strength and resolve of the people who are taking part in this […]

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