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First public hearings for MMIW Inquiry to begin in Whitehorse – CBC

40 families registered to participate in public hearings that run until Thursday May 29, 2017 The highly anticipated first public hearings for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls will soon get underway in Whitehorse. The “truth gathering process” begins today with the lighting of a sacred fire and an opening […]

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Destroy ‘highly personal’ residential school records, NTI says – CBC

Fate of Independent Assessment Process records before the Supreme Court of Canada May 29, 2017 Inuit are opposed to the federal government’s position in the Supreme Court case which will decide whether to preserve or destroy “highly personal” accounts of residential school survivors. The Government of Canada is arguing that the Federal Access and Privacy […]

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TMAC’s western Nunavut gold mine moves into commercial production – NunatsiaqOnline

“A significant achievement” Commercial production at Nunavut’s second operating gold mine—and the first for western Nunavut—is now underway, “a significant achievement of which our entire team is proud,” said Catharine Farrow, CEO of TMAC Resources Ltd. of its Doris North operation. The mill at the company’s Doris North complex operated at an average of more […]

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Prime Minister Trudeau and Pope Francis discuss reconciliation at the Vatican – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 29, 2017 By Joanna Smith THE CANADIAN PRESS VATICAN CITY _ Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Pope Francis discussed reconciliation with Canada’s indigenous peoples during a private meeting at the Vatican. In a statement, the Vatican said the pair also talked about conflicts in the Middle East, religious freedom and current ethical […]

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Iqaluit’s new airport: big, bold and beautiful – NunatsiaqOnline

GN hopes to attract more international flights, more tourists May 29, 2017 A splendid new experience awaits air travellers to Nunavut’s capital, where builders are putting the finishing touches on the Iqaluit International Airport terminal, due to open this August. Big and beautiful—and equipped with the latest in security, the revamped airport also hopes to […]

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Earth V. Emissions – Corporate Knights

What do Kelsey Juliana from Eugene, Oregon, and Ridhima Pandey from the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand have in common? They are among a growing group of youth suing their governments for putting their futures at risk by failing to take serious action on climate change. Citizens around the world have long been searching for […]

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Trudeau meets with Pope Francis at Vatican – CBC

May 29, 2017 Truth and Reconciliation Commission called for a papal apology to survivors, families, communities Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has had a private visit with Pope Francis at the Vatican. It’s unclear what was said in the meeting, which lasted more than 30 minutes, but Trudeau was expected to discuss reconciliation with indigenous peoples, […]

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BR MMIW Inquiry Whitehorse – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire May 29, 2017 VANCOUVER – Families and advocates in Whitehorse feel a mixture of hope and anxiety as the national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women is set to hold its first community hearings starting tomorrow. Diane Lilley of Carmacks, Yukon, waited nearly two decades for a suspect to […]

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Join us for World Environment Day 2017 – David Suzuki

On June 5, Canada is hosting World Environment Day and Blue Dot is planning a series of actions in the lead up to this international event! Across the country, we’ll continue using email and social media to let decision-makers know people in Canada want their right to a healthy environment recognized. You can help! Here’s […]

by ahnationtalk on May 26, 201715 Views

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Morning Brief: Friday, May 26, 2017 – IPolitics

Good morning! More than a year after the race to replace Stephen Harper got underway, card-carrying Conservatives are set to choose their next party leader this weekend. While early estimates suggest the vast majority of preferential ballots have already been cast, several thousand eligible voters are nonetheless expected to converge on the Toronto Congress Centre […]

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