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First Steps to Preventing Human Trafficking is Learning

First Steps to Preventing Human Trafficking is Learning Thunder Bay, ON – Friday July 30th, 2021, is United Nations World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. The first steps to preventing human trafficking is to learn more about it. The Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) will be releasing a new ‘Fostering Community Safety: Digital Bundle Series’. […]

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Media Advisory: Minister McNaughton to Make an Announcement

July 30, 2021 Monte McNaughton, Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development, will make an announcement about employment and skills training for the construction industry. He will be joined by Bob Bailey, MPP for Sarnia-Lambton; Jason Henry, Chief of the Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation; and Joseph Mancinelli, International Vice President and […]

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Baranyai: Indigenous Governor General a contradictory, but well-meaning gesture of reconciliation – London Free Press

Jul 30, 2021 The toxic cloud over Rideau Hall has lifted. Until recently, much of the discussion about the Governor General’s office has centred on the prime minister’s judgment, and whether a tarnished colonial institution still has relevance in a modern parliamentary democracy. Abruptly, the focus has shifted to whether the appointee needs to be […]

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Buffalo Point First Nation woman says she’s trying to escape Casablanca after assault – APTN News

Jul 30, 2021 A woman from Buffalo Point First Nation and Winnipeg now living in Morocco says she is stuck and broke in Casablanca with her two young sons and is asking for help from people back home. Kari Cobiness, who goes by the name Alayaa El on Facebook, says she was brutally assaulted in […]

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Province Announces Ontario Place Redevelopment

New partnerships will help make vision of a world-class, year-round destination a reality July 30, 2021 TORONTO — The Ontario government has announced details of its plan to revitalize Ontario Place into a world-class destination. Three successful participants from the 2019 Call for Development process Therme Group, Live Nation and Écorécréo Group will help deliver […]

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Future of Ontario Place to showcase new landmark entertainment and wellbeing destination, public beach, parkland, and cultural hub by Therme Group

TORONTO, July 30, 2021  – Therme Group, a global wellbeing organization, is pleased to announce that it is working with the Government of Ontario and City of Toronto to contribute to the revitalization of Ontario Place. Therme Canada | Ontario Place will continue Ontario Place’s heritage revitalizing its original vision – celebrating the province and […]

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Michipicoten First Nation Demands Accountability for Decades of Chemical Contamination

First Nation considers legal action against Domtar and Ontario after decades of unresolved environmental pollution. MICHIPICOTEN FIRST NATION, ON, July 29, 2021  – Michipicoten First Nation (MFN) is calling for immediate action by pulp and paper giant, Domtar and the Government of Ontario to resolve the continued chemical contamination of the First Nation’s traditional lands. […]

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Six Nations police to probe deaths at former Mohawk Institute, seek OPP help – APTN News

OPP say they are considering assigning case manager, plan on meeting with other forces Police on Six Nations of the Grand River territory say a probe will be launched into child deaths and unmarked burials at the former Mohawk Institute Residential School in Brantford, Ont. The institute, located a short distance off the territory, was […]

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Ogichidaa Francis Kavanaugh and Grand Council Treaty #3 Applaud Chief of Treaty #3 Police on Governor General’s Award

Earlier this month, Chief of Treaty #3 Police Kai Liu was presented with the Governor Order of Merit of Police Forces award in a virtual ceremony. Chief Liu’s wife, Heidi Liu, presented the award. Established in October 2000, the Order of Merit of the Police Forces honours the leadership and exceptional service or distinctive merit […]

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Museum exhibition will examine First Nation’s land loss – Sarnia This Week

Jul 30, 2021 A multimedia exhibition that takes a comprehensive look at the consequences of colonialism and the loss of land by the Chippewas of Kettle & Stony Point First Nation will be held at Lambton Heritage Museum from Aug. 4 to Sept. 21. Summer Bressette and Monica Virtue, co-curators of Nnigiiwemin / We Are […]

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