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City of Sault Ste Marie, Algoma Steel relaunch bid for huge port development – Northern Ontario Business

Approval of a new $112,000-a-year job at city hall last week signalled the quiet rebirth of what used to be the Sault’s hottest job-creation prospect Sault Ste. Marie is shovelling some significant cash into reviving hopes of establishing a public-access port at Algoma Steel. City officials expect to spend $793,800 over the next three years […]

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Indigenous leaders and land defenders censored at RBC’s 2024 Annual General Meeting – Rabble.ca

April 16, 2024 RBC implemented exclusionary and censorship practices to silence Indigenous leaders and demonstrators, an ongoing pattern of the bank’s annual general meetings. Indigenous leaders and land defenders attended Royal Bank of Canada’s 2024 Annual General Meeting (AGM) on April 11 to send the bank their message: put an end to fossil fuel financing. […]

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Thunder Bay police chief vows to rebuild eroding trust after ex-chief arrested – Daily Guardian

April 16, 2024 Criminal charges against the former Thunder Bay police chief and other high-ranking members have sown further doubt in the credibility of the embattled force in northern Ontario, its current leaders acknowledged Monday as they vowed to rebuild confidence in the service. Chief Darcy Fleury and police board chair Karen Machado held a […]

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The Governor General deserves better, but we deserve impartiality: Philippe Lagassé for Inside Policy – MLI

April 16, 2024 Mary Simon’s impartiality was undermined by hosting a symposium tied to controversial government legislation. Mary Simon has been a guarded Governor General. She’s adopted a low profile since her appointment, performing her vice-regal responsibilities without much notice. When she has been in the news, it’s usually because of her efforts to learn […]

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Deplorable’ conditions see sentences lowered at Toronto South Detention Centre: court – CTV News

April 16, 2024 A growing number of judges presiding over Ontario’s criminal cases are condemning “deplorable” jail conditions at the Toronto South Detention Centre (TSDC), where sentences continue to be shortened over inhumane conditions. In considering a bail decision issued last week, Justice Brock Jones wrote that near-constant lockdowns and confinement are contributing to a […]

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Oneida meeting puts ‘actions behind words’ in reconciling with local First Nations: Morgan – CBC

Apr 16, 2024 Environment, infrastructure and housing among the issues to be discussed London, Ont., and Oneida Nation of the Thames leaders say they hope this week’s joint council meeting will bring about a stronger working relationship between the communities, and ensure Oneida voices are represented at London city hall. Wednesday’s meeting, set to get […]

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Kashechewan First Nation preparing for mass evacuation amid flood threat – CTV News

April 15, 2024 The residents of Kashechewan First Nation are in a race against time, preparing for a mass evacuation as the relentless threat of flooding from the Albany River looms closer. “These are people who are obviously going through a tough time having to uproot themselves and their families,” said Joseph Sayers, the general […]

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Region calling on Indigenous artists for GRT bus wrap design – CambridgeToday.ca

April 16, 2024 The artwork will honour National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Indigenous History Month The Region of Waterloo is on the lookout for local Indigenous artists to help them design a Grand River Transit bus wrap that will recognize National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Indigenous History Month. For the first […]

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University of Guelph embraces Indigenous culture with new name for science atrium – Global News

April 16, 2024 More Indigenous culture will be represented at the Summerlee Science Complex atrium at the University of Guelph. The post-secondary school’s atrium has been renamed to Waasamowin, which comes from the Ojibwe language meaning to be bathed in light. Melissa Perrault, a neuroscience professor at the school, was one of two people to […]

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Indigenous infrastructure gap estimated at more than $425B – CBC

April 16, 2024 National organizations estimate immense needs in advance of 2024 federal budget As the Trudeau government prepares to release this year’s federal budget, Indigenous organizations estimate it would take more than $425 billion to close the infrastructure gap in their communities by the government’s 2030 goal. While the bulk of that staggering sum […]

by ahnationtalk on April 16, 202411 Views

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