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Siemens Canada Opens Office in Port Elgin – Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre

November 19, 2019 Chalk up another nuclear supply company to open an office in Saugeen Shores to serve Bruce Power. Although Siemens Canada is no stranger to Bruce Power, having worked with the facility for decades, it’s the first time an office has been opened in the area. Siemens Vice President of Service and Digital […]

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Breaking into the art scene with Norval Morriseau – McGill Tribune

McGill’s Department of Art History and Communication Studies welcomed Carmen Robertson to present her research on the artist Norval Morrisseau on Nov. 14. The event was the latest in a series of lectures hosted by the department which aim to provide opportunities for discussion on current research in the field of art history. Robertson, a […]

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They’re kids’: Expert on human trafficking speaks about victims, prevention in Thunder Bay – CBC

Average age of entry into the sex trade in Canada is 12 to 14 years old, says former MP Joy Smith Nov 18, 2019 A Canadian expert on human trafficking wants people in Thunder Bay, and across northwestern Ontario, to understand that any child anywhere could be lured into the sex trade at any time. […]

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Duke Redbird’s new poem beckons the future – Anishinabek News

TORONTO— Anishinaabe poet Duke Redbird, from Saugeen First Nation, along with the multiple award-winning Indigenous duo, Twin Flames, are featured on Sultans of String’s new single, “The Power of the Land”, from the band’s upcoming 2020 album Refuge. Recorded at the Jukasa Studios in the Six Nations of the Grand River, the collaboration is the […]

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Indigenous TMX interests sidelined as premiers, opposition leaders posture in minority government lead-up – The Post Millennial

As opposition leaders and provincial premiers postured last week over meetings with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, lost in the chatter was the power indigenous people wield–arguably quite a bit in this minority government the Liberals find themselves attempting to manage. Like Parliament, and the rest of our divided country–Wexiteers, Quebec separatists and everyone else somewhere […]

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Humber launches new 2019-2024 Sustainability Plan – Humber Today

Launch events held at Lakeshore and North Campus celebrated the spirit of collaboration November 18, 2019 During her opening remarks on Tuesday at the Lakeshore Campus 2019-2024 Sustainability Plan launch, Associate Director of Sustainability Lindsay Walker explained the new plan is the result of incredible collaboration within the Humber community. “We created it together, and […]

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Tribune Explains: The Indigenous Student Equity Fund and Fee – McGill Tribune

November 19, 2019 The Fall 2019 Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) Referendum included a proposal written by the Indigenous Affairs Commissioner Tomas Jirousek to create a new Indigenous Equity Fund and Fee (IEFF). With a voter turnout of 17.3 per cent, the motion passed with 72 percent of students voting in favour. With the […]

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An open door to reconciliation: inside Ottawa’s new Indigenous Peoples building – CBC

Part of the building is almost ready for a grand opening ⁠— if all partners can agree on how to move forward Nov 18, 2019 Inside the ornate former U.S. embassy across from the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, a set of plain tools sits in a glass display case — knives for cutting and scraping […]

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iPolitics AM: New Democrats gather on the Hill for group swearing-in ceremony – iPolitics

Nov 19, 2019 ALSO TODAY: Cabinet speculation revs up — Guilbeault expected to get Heritage portfolio With a little over 24 hours to go before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveils his newly reconfigured front bench lineup, the New Democrats are hoping to capitalize on that pre-reveal energy by holding a swearing-in ceremony of their own. […]

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Indigenous workshop aims to make sports more inclusive – CBC

Nov 16, 2019 ‘I would love to see all coaches in the Windsor-Essex area take it’ A specialized coach’s workshop at the University of Windsor this weekend will focus on the needs of Indigenous athletes. The Aboriginal Coaching Module is a workshop through the National Coaching Certification Program. It’s designed with the idea that every […]

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