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How cities in Waterloo region are responding to TRC Calls to Action – CBC

‘They haven’t responded in any significant way,’ says senior director of Indigenous Initiatives at UW Jan 09, 2020 More than four years after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission released its final report, the cities in Waterloo Region are responding to the Calls to Action. One of the most significant changes of 2020 will be an […]

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Jane Philpott on Politics, Integrity and Her New Role in Indigenous Health – TheTyee.ca

‘When you do speak up with courage and conviction, it brings a certain peace of mind.’ “I can’t take any money from Nishnawbe Aski Nation. I never did it for the money. I did it because the work of getting social justice for Canada’s First Nations is so important.” Jane Philpott is talking about her […]

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iPolitics AM: Trudeau returns to closed-door meeting circuit as Iraq questions intensify – iPolitics

Jan 9, 2020 ALSO TODAY: Charest, MacKay planning leadership bids — Guilbeault in Sherbrooke Three days after returning to regular prime ministerial duties following his extended holiday sojourn in Costa Rica —during which he’s spent most of his time ensconced in “private meetings” with senior military and security advisors — Justin Trudeau made his first […]

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Liberals dropped in on-reserve voting in 2019 federal election as NDP remained on top – CBC

Jan 08, 2020 Conservatives saw an increase, but finished a distant third in on-reserve voting Liberal support among voters living on reserves fell significantly in October’s federal election, as the New Democrats remained the top choice. But the Liberals nevertheless retained more than two-thirds of the support they had gained in the previous election, before […]

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CBSA and Mohawk Council of Akwesasne launch collaboration to improve border crossing experience at Cornwall port of entry

From: Canada Border Services Agency CORNWALL – The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and Mohawk Council of Akwesasne (MCA) are pleased to announce the launch of a co-developed strategy to improve the border crossing experience at the Cornwall port of entry (POE). The MCA-CBSA Border Collaboration Initiative was officially launched today, and aims to improve […]

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Canada appoints senior bureaucrat, lawyer to lead First Nation child welfare compensation talks – APTN News

January 8, 2020 After trying unsuccessfully to have a Federal Court judge pause an order from the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal awarding billions of dollars to First Nations children, Canada has named two bureaucrats to negotiate potentially how the order will be carried out. Marc Miller, minister of Indigenous Services Canada (ISC), followed through with […]

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Terence Corcoran: The Trudeau Liberals will have to live with being in breach of a UN declaration they should never have adopted – National Post

In other words, says the UN, Canada should stop all work on its three largest energy projects worth billions in new investment According to an ancient political proverb, governments that pander to the globalist sword fighters at the United Nations run a grave risk of getting their policy necks lopped off. And so, as prophesied, […]

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iPolitics AM: Iranian missile attacks, Ukraine plane crash top Trudeau’s agenda for today – iPolitics

Jan 8, 2020 ALSO TODAY: Freeland in Peace River — Guilbeault to unveil federal support for Quebec City festival In the wake of Iranian missile strikes against two Iraq military bases and the crash of a Ukraine-bound 737 outside Tehran that, as per early reports, killed all 176 passengers on board, including 63 Canadians, Prime […]

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APANO holding presentation to help locals receive benefits – Cochrane Times Post

January 7, 2020 Sometimes manoeuvring around applications and understanding the jargon on them can be difficult. The Aboriginal Peoples Alliance Northern Ontario (APANO) will be having a guest speaker at their Community Kitchen Social on Tuesday, Jan. 21 at the Scout Hall to assist in doing just that. A Citizen Services Specialist from Service Canada […]

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Morning Brief: Poilievre set to enter race for Tory leadership – iPolitics

Jan 7, 2020 Good morning, readers Pierre Poilievre’s in. That’s according to the Toronto Star, which is reporting that the Conservative MP is expected to formally announce his bid to become leader of the party later this month. The Tory finance critic has the backing of two prominent Conservatives. John Baird, a former senior cabinet […]

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