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Mohawks of Akwesasne face discrimination at border crossing says class-action suit – APTN News

July 18, 2019 A proposed class-action lawsuit led by plaintiff Kanawakeron Jody Swamp, alleges Mohawk residents of Akwesasne face “systemic discrimination” as they are forced to go through a border crossing to access the rest of Canada. The lawsuit alleges the Canada Border Services Agency and the Attorney General of Canada have turned a blind […]

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Law community reflects on Indigenous leader Susie Jones – CBC

Jones was a vocal advocate for Indigenous rights Jul 18, 2019 Susie Jones, a member of the Walpole Island First Nation, is remembered by Windsor’s law community as a staunch advocate for Indigenous rights, as well as an advocate for Indigenous representation in the legal field. Though she wasn’t a lawyer herself, Jones sat on […]

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iPolitics AM: More Canada-EU trade talk and a party fundraiser on Trudeau’s to-do list – iPolitics

Jul 18, 2019 ALSO TODAY: More federal cash to help BC combat opioid crisis — Scheer continues to make the rounds in Saskatchewan — Singh takes QC tour to Trois Rivieres Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to spend a second day touting the benefits of unfettered transatlantic trade as the Canada-European Union summit continues […]

by ahnationtalk on July 18, 20196 Views

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Pikangikum evacuees in Regina start returning to northern Ont., but full plan not yet decided – CBC

Each charter flight has a capacity of about 35 people Jul 17, 2019 Dozens of wildfire evacuees from the Pikangikum First Nation returned to northern Ontario on Tuesday and dozens more could follow, the Saskatchewan government announced on Wednesday. Two flights out of Regina on Tuesday returned 41 evacuees to Ontario and another three or […]

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Indigenous Students Health Sciences team celebrates a decade of success – Daily News McMaster

July 17, 2019 For the second year in a row, three Indigenous students took prizes at the 2019 Faculty of Health Sciences Research Plenary Awards. Jillian Roberge, an emergency medicine resident; Danielle Bourque, a nursing master’s student, and Brittany Lickers, a master’s student in occupational therapy, were recognized with the ISHS Graduate Performance and Community […]

by ahnationtalk on July 17, 20197 Views

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U of T alumnus, partner bring visibility to Indigenous and two-spirit community on The Amazing Race Canada – U of T News

A University of Toronto education is meant to prepare graduates for anything life throws at them – including, apparently, whirlwind journeys across the country on The Amazing Race Canada. On this season of the reality TV show, three alumni – Dr. James Makokis, who has a master’s degree in public health from U of T, […]

by ahnationtalk on July 17, 20195 Views

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How will Canada’s steel industry stack up against Trump’s new ‘Buy American’ quota? – Global News

Should Canada’s steel industry be gouged again by U.S. trade policies, the federal government would “vigorously defend” its interest. An official speaking on background confirmed that its defence would include seeking an exemption to Trump’s Buy American policy. On Monday, U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order that would eventually boost the amount of […]

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Former Attawapiskat chief Theresa Spence begins hunger strike over state of community – CBC

Jul 16, 2019 Spence and band councillor demand end to federal government’s ‘piecemeal’ approach to crises Former Attawapiskat chief Theresa Spence says she is embarking on another hunger strike, this time over the state of her community’s water and infrastructure, along with its ongoing social struggles. Spence became a focal point of the Idle No […]

by ahnationtalk on July 17, 20194 Views

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Weengushk International Film Festival celebrates global Indigenous talent – Manitoulin Expositor

July 17, 2019 AUNDECK OMNI KANING – They came, they saw, and then they watched some more. The offerings at the Weengushk International Film Festival proved addictive to most of the audience who took in the films from Indigenous communities across the globe. The opening night ceremonies were enhanced with a dance and song performance […]

by ahnationtalk on July 17, 20193 Views

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What do turtles, calendars have in common? Storyteller brings Ojibway language to life (5 photos) – Barrie Today

Presentation was related to a Norval Morrisseau art exhibit at Innisfil library, which is on display until the end of the month It’s important to know who you are and where you came from. That was the essence of storyteller Will Morin’s session called Grandfather Teachings at the Lakeshore library in Alcona recently, as he […]

by ahnationtalk on July 16, 20198 Views

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