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Study of Fort McMurray homes after wildfire should give residents ‘peace of mind’: U of T researchers – U of T New

Despite devastating 2016 wildfires that turned skies grey and forced an evacuation of Fort McMurray, Alta., University of Toronto researchers have found no evidence of harmful levels of residual toxic substances in local homes. Instead, their study of more than 60 homes in Fort McMurray found levels of contaminants comparable to homes across Canada. The […]

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Trudeau fields questions on pipeline protests, foreign policy at townhall – BNNBloomberg.ca

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday slammed what he called the dictatorship of Venezuela as he tackled audience questions ranging from Canada’s approach to Indigenous issues to immigration and foreign policy. Speaking at one of a series of election-year townhall meetings across the country, Trudeau reserved some of his harshest words […]

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Drew Hayden Taylor is prolific and political – TheSpec.com

Taylor, an Ojibway from Curve Lake First Nation, 25 kilometres north of Peterborough, has written novels, short stories, magazine and newspaper articles, as well as 70 plays. Drew Hayden Taylor is an award-winning playwright with more than 70 plays to his credit. You might call him the Indigenous Norm Foster. Prolific and political in his […]

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Wiky actor lands plum role in ‘Outlander’ series – Manitoulin Expositor

January 16, 2019 Greg Odjig an alumnus of Debajehmujig Storytellers MANITOULIN—Actor Greg Odjig made an interesting discovery as he scanned two Debajehmujig playbills that adorn the walls of The Expositor newsroom. “Hey, I’m Gregory Fisher on this one (‘Biidaasigekwe—Sunlight Woman’) and Gregory Odjig on this one (‘Toronto at Dreamer’s Rock’),” he laughed. Mr. Odjig has […]

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Visible minorities, Indigenous people concerned about data use in smart cities – Toronto Star

Jan. 15, 2019 Visible minorities and Indigenous people are more concerned about how their private information is used in the development of smart cities and are more likely to object to the sharing of data with police, a new survey shows. The national study, “Privacy and Smart Cities: A Canadian Survey,” also says 88 per […]

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Feds poised to bolster RCMP accountability – CTV News

January 15, 2019 OTTAWA — The federal government is creating an external board of civilian advisers to help the RCMP modernize after years of grappling with internal bullying and harassment. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki announced the plan for a management advisory board today at a news conference in Ottawa. […]

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Liberal promises on Indigenous relationship ring hollow to activists, experts as protests continue – Hill Times

Jan. 16, 2019 ‘Either [Justin Trudeau] means what he says but none of his ministers have the confidence to fulfil it, or he really is just about broken promises,’ says Prof. Pam Palmater. Protest actions, like the ones that spread across the country and internationally in support of the Unist’ot’en camp in northern British Columbia […]

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CIRA Grants Available to Increase online access and digital literacy – Net Newsledger

January 16, 2019 OTTAWA – “As part of CIRA’s commitment to building a better online Canada, we’re proud to support Canadian organizations, often on the frontlines of internet and digital innovation, as they enhance internet infrastructure, help more Canadians get online and grow digital literacy across the country,” says David Fowler, CIRA’s vice president of marketing […]

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Ottawa police looking for two missing Inuit women – Nunatsiaq News

Jan. 15, 2019 Susan Kuplu-Irqittuq and daughter Lennese Kublu reported missing last weekend The Ottawa Police Service says one of two Inuit women reported missing over the weekend has been located. The OPS said Wednesday morning that Lennese Kublu was found Jan. 15, but police continue to investigate the disappearance of her mother, Susan Kuplu-Irqittuq. […]

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Space travel and parallel dimensions: Popular comic series does all-Indigenous futurisms volume – CBC

3rd instalment of Moonshot comic collection expected in summer 2019 Jan 16, 2019 Stories focused on the theme of Indigenous Futurisms will make up the third instalment of the award-winning comic collection series, Moonshot. The collection will feature 15 stories by North American Indigenous authors and artists. “We have always told stories which are very […]

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