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NPI: Come North Planning Conferences – You’re Invited!

16 January 2020 – Two conferences are coming to Northern Ontario. Come North – Population Growth Strategy Planning Conferences will be taking place in Temiskaming Shores on February 11-13, and in Thunder Bay on February 18-20. The conferences are designed around information sharing, planning and coordination. During these three -day conferences, attendees will participate in […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 20208 Views

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The Rise Of The Anishinabek Nation: Self-Government For The Status Quo? – Yellowhead Institute

IN JUST A FEW WEEKS, Anishinaabeg (at least those in the province of Ontario) will vote on the Anishinaabek Nation Governance Agreement (ANGA). The Agreement has been under negotiation for over twenty years, with a tremendous amount of support and hope invested from Anishinaabe communities. In fact, the self-government provisions are limited to what already […]

by ahnationtalk on January 15, 20205 Views

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Why Canada’s North Warning System Needs an Overhaul: New MLI Commentary

OTTAWA, ON (January 14, 2020): Regardless of the party in power, the federal government has been notorious for dropping the ball when it comes to Canada’s national defence. Good examples can be found in the government’s failures to modernize our North Warning System (NWS) and expand the scope of the North American Aerospace Defense Command […]

by ahnationtalk on January 15, 20204 Views

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A Work in Progress: Measuring Wage Gaps for Women and Minorities in the Canadian Labour Market

January 9, 2020 – Wage gaps between men and women and white, Indigenous, and visible minority groups persist, despite a wide range of federal and provincial legislation intended to close them, according to a new report from the C.D. Howe Institute. In “A Work in Progress: Measuring Wage Gaps for Women and Minorities in the […]

by ahnationtalk on January 9, 202012 Views

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CAP on C-92 coming into Force: A biased process resulted in a biased policy

January 8th 2020 (Ottawa, ON) – On January 1st 2020, Bill C-92, “An Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, youth and families”, came into force. The stated purpose of this legislation is “to affirm the rights and jurisdiction of Indigenous peoples in relation to child and family services”. It claims to respect “the […]

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Cultural Appropriation Keeps Happening Because Clear Laws Simply Don’t Exist – CIGI Online

December 24, 2019 Gucci, Dior, Valentino, Carolina Herrera, DSquared — countless top fashion labels have been in hot water over claims of cultural appropriation. Not a day goes by that news outlets don’t report on yet another example. But, despite the outrage and the backlash, high-profile brands and public figures continue to make headlines and […]

by ahnationtalk on January 6, 20209 Views

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Groups from Across Canada Join Initiative to Get Climate and Energy Policy Working Together

The Energy Future Forum (EFF), a new pan-Canadian initiative to develop policy answers that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and strengthen the economy, was officially launched on Dec. 16 at a meeting in Toronto. It’s an “unprecedented effort to find common cause in addressing Canada’s climate and energy challenges,” said PPF’s Edward Greenspon. New initiative seeks […]

by ahnationtalk on December 16, 201915 Views

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Unicef Canada: Top 5 policies to defend childhood in 2020

TORONTO, 13 December 2019 – The Prime Minister of Canada released ministerial mandate letters to guide federal ministers during the 43rd Parliament. Canada ranks 25 out of 41 wealthy countries in child and youth well-being, a middling position that has persisted for more than a decade. Kids in Canada have one chance at childhood; they […]

by ahnationtalk on December 16, 201921 Views

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Indigenous participation in energy sector an exercise in Indigenous self-determination, economic development: Joseph Quesnel in the Hill Times

December 3, 2019 Now that the dust has settled from the election, the newly re-elected Liberal government will have to take stock of this election campaign and what issues were missed. For Indigenous communities, much was lost or distorted. When a group called Climate Justice Edmonton attempted to hold a “climate strike” in Edmonton on […]

by ahnationtalk on December 3, 201920 Views

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A chance to forge a fiscal relationship with Indigenous peoples – Policy Options

December 3, 2019 History tells us that minority governments in Canada can be shaky and unpredictable. But along with volatility and risk, there’s also an upside for political leaders who choose cooperation over conflict. One such opportunity lies in government-wide policies that will set Canada’s relationship with Indigenous peoples on a solid path toward reconciliation […]

by ahnationtalk on December 3, 201920 Views

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