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Public hearings into $1B Giant Mine remediation begin at last – CBC

‘It’s monumental,’ says project lead Jan 20, 2020 Public hearings on the closure and remediation plan for Yellowknife’s defunct Giant Mine begin Monday. That’s after 13 years of study, planning, assessment and discussion. “It’s monumental,” said Natalie Plato, deputy director of the Giant Mine Remediation Project, which is leading the cleanup. The project is seeking […]

by ahnationtalk on January 21, 20205 Views

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Inuit women experience racialized policing in Canada’s North, report says – Nunatsiaq News

20 January 2020 Report calls for a decolonized approach to policing in Inuit Nunangat A new report from Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada calls for a fundamental shift in how policing is carried out in Inuit Nunangat. The report, Addressing Gendered Violence Against Inuit Women, calls for a decolonized approach to policing. “The way forward, […]

by ahnationtalk on January 21, 20202 Views

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Defence expert slams Ottawa for ignoring North Warning System upgrade – Nunatsiaq News

20 January 2020 Federal government hasn’t budgeted for NWS modernization, professor says In a scathing article published on Jan. 14, James Fergusson, a defence expert, says the federal government is dodging the need to replace the aging North Warning System, which is near the end of its lifespan. “A failure on Canada’s part to move […]

by ahnationtalk on January 21, 20202 Views

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Inquest into Cynthia Blackjack’s death begins in Carmacks – CBC

Blackjack, 29, died during medevac flight to Whitehorse in 2013 Jan 20, 2020 A coroner’s inquest begins Monday into the 2013 death of Carmacks, Yukon, resident Cynthia Blackjack. The first two days of the inquest are scheduled to happen in Carmacks at the local community centre. On Wednesday, it resumes at the Kwanlin Dün Cultural […]

by ahnationtalk on January 21, 20202 Views

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Smith’s Landing First Nation asks N.W.T. to speak out against northern Alberta mine – CBC

The Teck Frontier mine could be built 110 km north of Fort McMurray in the Peace-Athabasca Delta Jan 20, 2020 The chief of Smith’s Landing First Nation near Fort Smith, N.W.T, is calling on the territorial government to speak out against a northern Alberta mining project. “The government of the Northwest Territories is strangely silent […]

by ahnationtalk on January 20, 20203 Views

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United Nations says criminal groups targeting Indigenous and Afro-Colombian groups in Columbia – APTN News

January 16, 2020 The United Nations says armed groups linked to criminal activities are targeting human rights defenders who work with Indigenous groups and Afro-Columbians in “staggering” numbers and is calling on the Columbian government to make a “strenuous” effort to prevent these attacks. “According to our records, 107 activists were killed last year, and […]

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United Nations says criminal groups targeting Indigenous and Afro-Colombian groups in Columbia – APTN News

January 16, 2020 The United Nations says armed groups linked to criminal activities are targeting human rights defenders who work with Indigenous groups and Afro-Columbians in “staggering” numbers and is calling on the Columbian government to make a “strenuous” effort to prevent these attacks. “According to our records, 107 activists were killed last year, and […]

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Dene Nation seeks formal apology for TB treatment in ‘Indian hospitals’ – CBC

Dene in the Northwest Territories part of $1.1 billion-lawsuit against hospitals Jan 17, 2020 The Dene Nation is seeking a formal apology for the way its members were treated in medical institutions. “A lot of our members, since 1945 to 1980, were sent down to the Charles Camsell Hospital,” said Dene National Chief Norman Yakeleya, […]

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Yukon food bank working overtime as temperatures plummet – APTN News

January 16, 2020 The food bank in Whitehorse, Yukon is in overdrive trying to keep up with the high demand because of frigid temperatures. At times the temperature drops in the city to -50. That’s keeping workers at the food bank busy. And not just with Whitehorse residents. Read More: https://aptnnews.ca/2020/01/16/yukon-food-bank-working-overtime-as-temperatures-plummet/

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Nunavut government urges residents to kick smoking – Nunatsiaq News

16 January 2020 “Quitting smoking is the best thing that you can do to improve your health” January in Nunavut is Tobacco Reduction Month, which also includes National Non-Smoking Week, beginning on Jan. 19. “Quitting smoking is the best thing that you can do to improve your health,” said a public service announcement from the […]

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