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Nunavut boy uses Children’s Wish to fly grandparents 3,400 km for a visit – CBC

‘It was one of the most heartwarming wishes ever,’ says Children’s Wish Foundation coordinator Jul 21, 2017 Four-year-old Jake Amarualik moved to Ottawa from Resolute Bay, Nunavut, almost two years ago to fight leukemia. His grandparents still live in Resolute Bay, so when Jake’s nurse filled out the paperwork to qualify him for a wish […]

by ahnationtalk on July 21, 201710 Views

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Once rejected Nunavut gold project gets OK from board – Mining.com

Sabina Gold & Silver’s (TSX:SBB) will finally be able to proceed to the licensing stage for its Back River project in Canada’s far north, after additional public hearings held by the company prompted the Nunavut Impact Review Board to reverse an earlier rejection of the proposed mine. The revised report, published Tuesday, was later submitted […]

by ahnationtalk on July 21, 201711 Views

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Ship happens: Parks Canada downsizes Franklin wreck work in Nunavut – NunatsiaqOnline

July 21, 2017 Summer survey of Erebus will be cursory; full excavation delayed to 2018 Parks Canada underwater divers will have to settle for a cursory glance at the HMS Erebus wreck this summer since their research vessel is stuck in dry dock in British Columbia. According to documents filed with the Nunavut Impact Review […]

by ahnationtalk on July 21, 20177 Views

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Why are First Nations men overrepresented in the Yukon’s penal system? – This Magazine

July 20, 2017 No formal Gladue report system currently exists in the territory, which could help reduce recidivism among Indigenous offenders This year, Canada celebrates its 150th birthday. Ours is a country of rich history—but not all Canadian stories are told equally. In this special report, This tackles 13 issues—one per province and territory—that have […]

by ahnationtalk on July 21, 20178 Views

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New funding will help support a vibrant gender equality movement across Canada

From Status of Women Canada Project will advance gender equality in Saskatchewan. Local women leaders will be engaged in a pan-Canadian network JULY 18, 2017 – REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN – Status of Women Canada As Canada marks the 150th anniversary of Confederation, it is important to reflect on our legacy for the future. Despite the important […]

by ahnationtalk on July 18, 201713 Views

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Big federal contract for Nunavut drone company – NunatsiaqOnline

July 18, 2017 Transport Canada chooses Arctic UAV to help shape rules for future drone use in Canada An Iqaluit drone imagery company just won a two-year contract with Transport Canada to help formulate rules and regulations on how manned and unmanned aircraft might one day share airspace. Arctic UAV, a small and recent start-up […]

by ahnationtalk on July 18, 201710 Views

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Morning Update: The U.S. NAFTA demands; latest on B.C. wildfires; more suicides on Ontario reserve – The Globe and Mail

Breaking down the U.S. NAFTA demands The Trump administration has laid out more than 100 demands heading into North American free-trade agreement talks, which could start as soon as Aug. 16. Here are the highlights: Dispute panels: The U.S. wants to get rid of Chapter 19 of NAFTA, which allows for panels to hear trade […]

by ahnationtalk on July 18, 20176 Views

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Seven stories in the news for today, July 18 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jul 18, 2017 Seven stories in the news for Tuesday, July 18 ___ B.C. OFFICIALS PREPARE FOR SOME RESIDENTS TO RETURN HOME. A British Columbia official says getting people to safety as fast-moving wildfires approached was only half the battle _ the other half will be returning them home. Al Richmond, chairman of […]

by ahnationtalk on July 18, 20175 Views

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Public consultations intensify as launch of NAFTA renegotiations looms – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jul 18, 2017 By Joan Bryden THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA _ The Trudeau government is extending public consultations to find out what Canadians want to see in a new North American Free Trade Agreement. The consultations were to end today but officials say the government will continue indefinitely to accept responses to its […]

by ahnationtalk on July 18, 20176 Views

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The roots of the Indigenous Games – The Globe and Mail

July 14, 2017 Around 5,000 athletes will attend the 2017 North American Indigenous Games in Toronto from July 16 to 23. Among them will be a group of teenagers, whose journeys are geographically, financially and sometimes emotionally challenging. They will arrive by different routes, over thousands of kilometres, to compete in the largest sporting and […]

by ahnationtalk on July 17, 201710 Views

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