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Equinox Gold Publishes Inaugural Climate Action Report, Announces GHG Emissions Reduction Target of 25% by 2030

February 7, 2023 Equinox Gold Corp. (TSX: EQX, NYSE American: EQX) (“Equinox Gold” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce its target of a 25% reduction in greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions by 2030. Equinox Gold’s strategy for GHG emissions reduction is summarized in the Company’s inaugural Climate Action Report, which is aligned with the disclosure guidelines […]

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Public Notice – Call for Applications: Minister of Environment and Climate Change’s Advisory Council on Impact Assessment

From: Impact Assessment Agency of Canada February 7, 2023 — The Government of Canada is seeking applications from individuals interested in becoming members of the Minister’s Advisory Council on impact assessment (the Council). The Council provides independent and objective advice to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change on issues related to the implementation of impact […]

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Statement from the Governor General at the Press Conference at the Presidential Palace in Finland

February 7, 2023 Hello, I have had the pleasure of visiting Finland many times in my professional life. Today, I’m delighted to be back as governor general of Canada to celebrate the links that bind our two countries. Diplomatic visits are how countries demonstrate the importance and value of our relationships with the international community. […]

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Working together to improve health care for Canadians

February 7, 2023 As Canadians, we place a lot of value in our universal, public health care system. Unfortunately, it hasn’t been living up to expectations. Across the country, patients seeking emergency care are finding their emergency rooms overwhelmed or even closed. People are waiting for surgeries that are postponed or cancelled. The health care […]

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Supreme Court of Canada Appeal Heard – 2023-02-07

Supreme Court of Canada / Cour suprême du Canada (Le français suit) APPEAL HEARD February 7, 2023 OTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada announced today that the following appeal was heard. APPEL ENTENDU Le 7 février 2023 Pour diffusion immédiate OTTAWA – La Cour suprême du Canada a annoncé aujourd’hui que l’appel suivant a […]

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Media Advisory: Governments of Newfoundland and Labrador and Nunavut to Sign Memorandum of Understanding

February 7, 2023 The Honourable Andrew Furey, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, and the Honourable P.J. Akeeagok, Premier of Nunavut, will sign a Memorandum of Understanding tomorrow (Wednesday, February 8) in Ottawa. The announcement and signing ceremony will take place at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (12:00 p.m. AST, 12:30 p.m. NST) at the Shaw […]

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Indigenous leaders want seat at health-care reform talks – Timmins Today

‘I’m very disappointed that we’re not there and that they’re advocating on our behalf when really our First Nation leaders should be there,’ says grand chief As the country’s top politicians sit down to talk about health-care reform, Indigenous leaders are looking for a seat at the table. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is meeting with […]

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International commission to offer advice on unmarked graves – APTN News

Feb 07, 2023 Ottawa is spending $2 million for an international organization to provide Indigenous communities with options for identifying possible human remains buried near former residential school sites. The office of Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller said in a statement Tuesday it is signing a technical agreement with the International Commission on Missing Persons. […]

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NAN Supports Mushkegowuk Leaders Shut Out of Federal/Provincial Meeting on Health Funding

February 7, 2023 THUNDER BAY, ON: Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Derek Fox expressed support for Grand Chief Alison Linklater and the Mushkegowuk Council of Chiefs rallying in Ottawa today to defend their Treaty right to equitable health-care. “Our leaders are extremely disappointed that they have been shut out of today’s discussions between federal […]

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MNO ELCC Family Supports information sessions

February 6, 2023 The Métis Nation of Ontario’s Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) Family Supports team invites parents/guardians to attend a series of information sessions to learn more about the MNO’s Family Supports Programs. PLEASE NOTE: These sessions are specific to Métis Nation of Ontario Citizen families currently or interested in being supported by […]

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