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Government Proposes Made-in-Ontario Plan for Growth, Renewal and Economic Recovery

Measures Would Help Deliver Critical Infrastructure Projects Faster July 6, 2020 TORONTO — The Government of Ontario has developed a made-in-Ontario plan for growth, renewal and economic recovery. This plan includes measures that would make it easier and faster to build provincial highways, major transit infrastructure projects and quality, affordable housing, while ensuring there are […]

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Canada’s country statement for the 64th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women

From: Women and Gender Equality Canada July 1, 2020 Advancing gender equality is more important than ever 2020 marks many anniversaries and important milestones on the road to gender equality, both internationally and in Canada. In Canada, this year marks the 50th anniversary of the report from the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, which included recommendations […]

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BRANCH 72: Tommy Prince, an Indigenous Canadian war hero – Sarnia Observer

July 6, 2020 On July 1st, 1867 the British North America Act launched the formation of Canada with the joining of four provinces. Over a period of time it enlarged to include a total of 10 provinces and three territories, the last territory joining in 1999. In 1879, July 1st became a national holiday known […]

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iPolitics AM: Trudeau hosts ‘virtual’ cabinet huddle ahead of Wednesday’s ‘fiscal snapshot’ reveal – iPolitics

Jul 6, 2020 ALSO TODAY: Front-line grocery workers, remote voting on committee agenda With just two days to go until his finance minister unveils a long-awaited “fiscal snapshot” — which, as Canadian Press notes, “will be the first public assessment” of both the state of Canada’s economy and the health of the federal treasury since the […]

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Prime Minister to hold virtual Cabinet retreat

July 3, 2020 The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced that he will hold a virtual Cabinet retreat and a Cabinet meeting next week. During the retreat, the Prime Minister and ministers will discuss how we move forward and continue to take concrete actions needed to fight racism in Canada, prepare for a potential second […]

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Niagara Region – Creating Our Way Forward: Recommendations for improving Indigenous engagement

June is a month of deep significance. Pride Month celebrates the diverse LGBTQ2S+ community, and advocates for equality and inclusivity. Passionate voices from mass anti-racism protests have filled the globe as the Black Lives Matter movement fights for freedom and justice. This month also celebrates Indigenous History Month as well as National Indigenous Peoples Day […]

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Ontario Provides Additional Funding to Municipalities and Urban Indigenous Community Partners to Develop Long-Term, Innovative Housing Solutions – Wawa-news.com

The Ontario government is providing municipalities and urban Indigenous community partners with an additional $150 million to continue to protect vulnerable people from COVID-19 by improving homeless shelters and creating opportunities for longer-term housing. This investment more than doubles the funding currently flowing to local municipal service managers and urban Indigenous program administrators through the […]

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ITK Board of Directors Meets by Videoconference

Members of the Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami Board of Directors gathered by videoconference on June 26 for a regularly scheduled meeting. They last met in December 2019. The board discussed progress on federal legislation to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous and implementing the Calls to Justice of the National Inquiry into […]

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Coalition of Residential School Survivors, First Nations Leaders and Community Advocates Question Motive Behind Senator Lynn Beyak’s Recent Training on Indigenous Issues

June 30, 2020 “In effect, our people have once again been silenced. Heads of bureaucracy claim to know what’s best for us. History repeats itself.” – Danielle H. Morrison That’s the sentiment behind a letter today (attached) from Indian Residential School survivors and their families, Grand Chiefs and anti-racism advocates in northern Ontario and Manitoba. […]

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Statement by Minister O’Regan in response to the Supreme Court of Canada Decision on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

From: Natural Resources Canada July 2, 2020                                                          Ottawa, Ontario                                      […]

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