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Prime Minister announces additional support for Indigenous peoples living in urban centres and off reserve

May 21, 2020 As COVID-19 continues to affect Canadians across the country, First Nations, Inuit, and Métis are also facing health, social, and economic challenges. The Government of Canada recognizes that Indigenous peoples have unique needs, especially those who are separated from their families and communities. On March 18, the Government of Canada announced $305 […]

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iPolitics AM: Trudeau set to boost pandemic aid to off-reserve Indigenous groups – iPolitics

May 21, 2020 ALSO TODAY: Special committee holds virtual session — Green MP Paul Manly briefs Hill reporters on climate change delay, Israel annexation plans A week after a group representing First Nations, Metis and Inuit living off-reserve launched a legal challenge over what it alleges was “inadequate and discriminatory” federal aid in response to […]

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Governor General Announces the Appointment of a New Chief Herald of Canada

May 20, 2020 OTTAWA—Today, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada, announced the appointment of Dr. Samy Khalid as chief herald of Canada and the appointment of Dr. Claire Boudreau as Margaree-Chéticamp herald emeritus. Responsible for the creation of coats of arms, flags and badges for Canadian citizens, corporate bodies and […]

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Forgotten Peoples Campaign Calls on Federal Government to End Funding Discrimination and Support Off Reserve Indigenous Peoples During COVID-19 Pandemic

May 19, 2020 (Ottawa ON) – The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) and its Provincial and Territorial Organizations (PTOs) have filed an urgent court application over the federal government’s inadequate and discriminatory funding during the COVID-19 pandemic. Today they are launching a campaign, Forgotten Peoples, to shed light on the impacts this lack of funding […]

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Trudeau encouraged to reach out to Democratic Party in U.S. to talk Keystone XL pipeline – APTN News

‘We believe that Justin Trudeau should be doing everything he can to encourage his friends in the Democratic Party’ May 19, 2020 Conservative leader Andrew Scheer is encouraging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to contact the Democratic Party to discuss the Keystone XL pipeline and recent comments made by Joe Biden. “We believe that Justin Trudeau […]

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iPolitics AM: Special committee meets as standoff looms over resuming regular House sittings – iPolitics

May 20, 2020 ALSO TODAY: Morneau offers more details on large employer support — Industry members get briefed on cyber threats to Canadian COVID-19 researchers Amid rising cross-aisle tensions over whether to prolong the current parliamentary shutdown, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to face his opposition rivals from his usual front-row seat in the […]

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LMG: Workplace Safety

May 19, 2020 The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government has begun the gradual reopening of our government buildings. We would like to welcome all of our returning staff. We hope you are enjoying your time back in the office. In the weeks leading up to today, our government has put in place new measures within our government […]

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Canada’s Capital Marks Manitoba 150 with Métis Nation Banners along Confederation Boulevard

May 19, 2020 On the 150th anniversary of Manitoba becoming Canada’s fifth province through the Manitoba Act 1870, the central role of Louis Riel and the Métis Nation in the founding of the province is being being commemorated in banners along Confederation Boulevard. The banner highlights the role of the Métis Nation in Manitoba’s entry […]

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MCFN: Message from the Chief

I know the province is lifting some restrictions, however MCFN will not blindly follow their methods. We will evaluate and take the steps necessary to ensure the safety of our Nation. Please continue to practice social distancing and avoid gatherings of more than five people. MCFN continues to evaluate what’s happening internally and externally to […]

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iPolitics AM: Scheer set to make the case for reopening the House as May 25 deadline looms – iPolitics

May 19, 2020 ALSO TODAY: COVID-19 special committee holds virtual meeting — Bloc Quebecois leader holds media availability — Theresa Tam briefs House health committee As the clock ticks down to the pre-set expiry date for the current House hiatus — which, barring an official request for an extension co-signed by all four recognized parties, […]

by ahnationtalk on May 19, 20208 Views

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