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The Year Ahead: Mayor Daniel Reynard – Daily Miner and News

January 17, 2020 Since Daniel Reynard was sworn in as Kenora’s new mayor December 2018, he said the city’s been focused on fixing Kenora’s ageing infrastructure, efforts Reynard hopes to continue in 2020 Mayor Daniel Reynard takes a glass half-full approach when looking at 2019. Setting aside last year’s more controversial issues, he said he […]

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History-making’ governance agreement will give decision-making power to First Nations: Anishinabek Nation – Sudbury.com

But that’s probably not the case, Indigenous-led student research centre says SAULT STE. MARIE — Anishinabek Grand Council Chief Glen Hare says the Anishinabek Nation – a political secretariat representing more than 60,000 people across 40 First Nations – has made a “giant step” in the implementation of the proposed Anishinabek Nation Governance Agreement (ANGA), […]

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Traditional vs. Indian Act: Perry Bellegarde explains where he sits on Wet’suwet’en – APTN News

January 16, 2020 The Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs don’t just oppose a liquefied natural gas pipeline through their traditional territory because of the environment and climate change. Even if it looks that way to some. At the root of it they’re challenging the system that allowed for the approval of Coastal GasLink’s 670-kilometre pipeline in the […]

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Morning Brief: SCC rules against B.C. bill that could impede Trans Mountain project – iPolitics

Jan 17, 2020 Good morning, readers. The Supreme Court of Canada has upheld a lower court dismissal’s of the B.C. government’s plan to restrict heavy oil shipments flowing through its borders. It announced the decision in a statement on Thursday afternoon, shortly after holding a hearing on the case. No reasons were provided, as the […]

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Minister Fortier in Hamilton to speak with Canadians about Budget 2020 priorities

From: Department of Finance Canada January 16, 2020 – Hamilton, Ontario – Department of Finance Canada A strong economy starts with a strong middle class and a responsible fiscal plan. For the last four years, investments in people and communities, combined with the hard work of Canadians, have helped create more than a million new […]

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Justice for Indigenous people won’t come from silencing discussion – Toronto Star

Jan. 16, 2020 I abhor violence against women and girls. Period. That’s why, as parliamentary poet laureate, in November 2017, I posted to my website a poem-chant, “For the Murdered and the Missing.” Utterly shocked, then, was I to learn, in September that an email associate, namely, Stephen Kummerfield-Brown, had murdered Pamela George, a Saskatchewan […]

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Anishinabek Nation looks forward to ‘history-making’ self-government agreement vote – APTN News

January 15, 2020 The day started with a drum song by the youth – though not a single drummer is old enough to remember when negotiations for self-government began. “This is a vision of the leadership of 25 years ago,” said Anishinabek Nation Grand Chief Glen Hare about his organization’s proposed self-government agreement. “This is […]

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Morning Brief: New poll puts leaderless Ontario Liberals in front – iPolitics

Jan 16, 2020 Good morning, readers. A new poll suggests the Ontario Liberals have leapfrogged the governing Progressive Conservatives for first place in voter intentions, even though the party will not elect a new leader for another seven weeks. According to the Pollara Strategic Insights survey, the Liberals are at 33 per cent, the Tories […]

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‘We want young people calling us directly’: head of the new children and youth unit in the Ontario ombudsman’s office

January 10, 2020 The message Ontario’s Ombudsman Paul Dubé and the head of his office’s new children and youth unit want to share with young people across the province is: if you have a question, call. The relatively new unit, headed by Diana Cooke, has a mandate to promote respect for the rights of children […]

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Minister Fortier meets with business leaders in London to discuss growing the middle class

From: Department of Finance Canada January 15, 2020 – London, Ontario – Department of Finance Canada A strong economy starts with a strong middle class and a responsible fiscal plan. For the last four years, investments in people and communities, combined with the hard work of Canadians, have helped create more than a million new […]

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