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DeBeers Victor Diamond Mine Pushing for Massive Garbage Dump in Fragile Wetlands Habitat – Attawapiskat First Nation Fighting Back

ATTAWAPISKAT FIRST NATION, ON, Sept. 28, 2020  – DeBeers Canada (DBC) is seeking Ontario Government approval for a third landfill waste site to be built and filled up at the Victor Mine Site, located in a vulnerable James Bay wetlands area, and in a place of critical importance to Attawapiskat. The Victor Mine is now […]

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Madbin Jina: Caldwell First Nation and Parks Canada unveil a new sign that conveys the warmest of welcomes Français

Symbolic re-naming of day-use area in Point Pelee National Park invites visitors to “sit a while” in Anishinaabemowin LEAMINGTON, ON, Sept. 28, 2020  – Parks Canada collaborates with and are partners with Indigenous peoples across Canada, in conserving natural and cultural heritage and sharing stories of these treasured places. It is with this in mind […]

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Sustainable Development Strategy for the Office of the Auditor General of Canada—2020–2023

Section 1: Introduction to the Office of the Auditor General of Canada’s Sustainable Development Strategy The 2019 to 2022 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy presents the Government of Canada’s sustainable development goals and targets, as required by the Federal Sustainable Development Act. The Office of the Auditor General of Canada (OAG) adheres to the principles of […]

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Historian says Macdonald statue must go – Belleville Intelligencer

September 28, 2020 A national historian says the Holding Court statue of Sir John A. Macdonald should not have a place in downtown Picton. Dr. Sean Carleton, an assistant professor in the history department at the University of Manitoba, appeared before the Macdonald working group via Zoom Friday afternoon and told members allowing the statue […]

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Ontario Supporting the Province’s Vibrant Film and TV Sector

September 28, 2020 Targeted programs and services will help promote made-in-Canada entertainment and creative content globally TORONTO ― The Ontario government is investing nearly $1.3 million through Ontario Creates grants, providing 99 organizations with funding to help bring Canadian film, TV and digital content to audiences around the world. The announcement was made today by […]

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Attawapiskat First Nation Seeks For DeBeers to Clean Up their Mess – Net Newsledger

September 28, 2020 ATTAWAPISKAT FN – DeBeers Canada (DBC) is seeking Ontario Government approval for a third landfill waste site to be built and filled up at the Victor Mine Site, located in a vulnerable James Baywetlands area, and in a place of critical importance to Attawapiskat. The Victor Mine is now in the closure […]

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Dr. Joseph LeBlanc Joins Board of Directors of the Maple Leaf Centre for Action on Food Security

MISSISSAUGA, ON, Sept. 28, 2020  – The Maple Leaf Centre for Action on Food Security (“The Centre”) is honoured to announce the appointment of Dr. Joseph LeBlanc to the Centre’s Board of Directors. He will replace Dr. Mustafa Koç, who is leaving the board after serving as a director since the Centre’s founding in 2016. […]

by ahnationtalk on September 28, 20208 Views

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Fort Frances to gift fire truck to Couchiching First Nation – CBC

Sep 28, 2020 The Town of Fort Frances will look at gifting one of its reserve pumper trucks to neighbouring Couchiching First Nation. Town council will consider the idea on Monday night, as the fire department said the pumper is no longer needed by the Fort Frances Fire and Rescue Service. The truck is already […]

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First Nations police services seek higher, stable funding after throne speech – Globalnews.ca

September 26, 2020 The Rama Police Service, which serves the Chippewas of Rama First Nation, does not have dedicated funding for forensic and crime investigation units, or to provide aid to victims. Rama Police Chief Jerel Swamp said the force provides front-line, culturally responsive policing to the community near Orillia, Ont., and like other Indigenous […]

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Embracing Digital Innovation and Achieving Excellent Results for Canadian Fine Art & Inuit Art at Waddington’s

TORONTO  – The artworld has changed drastically since March but the one constant is that collectors continue to look for opportunities to buy and sell quality art. Livestream, or hybrid auctions as they are often referred to, have become the hot topic of the season. Waddington’s continues to embrace digital innovation to best serve our […]

by ahnationtalk on September 28, 20204 Views

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