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AFN begins assembly amid still-simmering internal tensions – CBC

Dec 06, 2022 CEO’s workplace complaint against national chief part of ongoing investigation The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) and its executive committee plan to present a united front during the December special chiefs assembly, starting today in Ottawa, but tensions continue behind the scenes and workplace complaints from both sides remain unresolved, according […]

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SOAHAC — Waterloo Wellington to host Indigenous Maker’s Market in Guelph – Guelph Mercury

December 6, 2022 You can shop and support local Indigenous makers and artists at the Indigenous Maker’s Market on Saturday Dec. 10. The Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre (SOAHAC) Waterloo Wellington is hosting this market to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year at Shelldale Family Gateway Centre, 20 Shelldale Cres., starting at […]

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First Nation launches legal challenge for equitable police funding, citing lack of resources, control over budgets – National Observer

December 6th 2022 Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek (KZA), otherwise known as Gull Bay First Nation, has launched a legal challenge against Canada over inequitable funding of its police service. And Chief Wilfred King notes his nation has won every court case it’s ever fought. King travelled to Parliament with lawyer Chantelle Bryson Monday to announce the […]

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Whitesand First Nation – Armstrong – Extreme Cold Warning in Effect – NetNewsLedger

December 6, 2022 Armstrong / Whitesand – Weather – Bundle up. Cold weather I hard on vehicles, people and pets. A period of very cold wind chills is expected. Wind chill values of minus 35 to minus 40 are expected this morning. Extreme cold conditions may last until Wednesday. Wind chills will moderate during the […]

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5 things to know for Tuesday, December 6, 2022 – CTV News

A Toronto man dies alone at home after his pleas for medical care allegedly go unanswered, executives from Canadian grocery giants push back against inflation profiteering claims, and “Cheers” star Kirstie Alley dies at age 71. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. 1. ‘He could’ve been treated differently’: A Toronto music […]

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Chris Harper appointed national Indigenous archbishop – The Anglican Journal

December 5, 2022 Bishop Chris Harper of the diocese of Saskatoon has been named the Anglican Church of Canada’s new national Indigenous Anglican archbishop and presiding elder of the Sacred Circle. Harper’s appointment was announced by the national office the morning of Dec. 5. Harper succeeds Mark MacDonald, who resigned last spring after acknowledged sexual […]

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Extreme Cold Warnings For Far North Ontario – NetNewsLedger

December 5, 2022 BIG TROUT LAKE – Weather – A multi-day episode of very cold wind chills continues. Wind chill values near -45 are expected this morning. Extreme cold conditions may last until Wednesday. Wind chills will moderate during the day before returning at night. Extreme Cold Warning in effect for: Read More: https://www.netnewsledger.com/2022/12/05/extreme-cold-warnings-for-far-north-ontario/

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Assembly of First Nations chiefs to vote on $20B child welfare deal – CBC

Dec 05, 2022 Multi-billion dollar agreement struck with federal government hangs in balance Assembly of First Nations chiefs are expected to hold votes this week that could affect the fates of tens of thousands of people waiting on a $20 billion child welfare settlement agreement reached with the federal government. Two competing resolutions are expected […]

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Rethinking social services one greenhouse at a time – CBC

Dec. 5, 2022 8 Anishnaabeg First Nations take on a project that will change eating habits and social services in their communities On a chilly fall morning, the eight Anishnaabeg First Nations on the north shore of Lake Huron achieved a long-held dream: to acquire greenhouses that will change social services and eating habits in […]

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‘Abuse of power’: Indigenous communities call out lack of consultation on Ontario housing bill – The Narwhal

Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Steve Clark admitted the government passed Bill 23 without consulting First Nations, despite past clashes with Indigenous communities over development Ever since the Doug Ford government proposed its massive, sweeping housing bill, Indigenous chiefs and organizations across Ontario have been urgently reminding the Progressive Conservatives of their legal duty to […]

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