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In the news today, Nov. 6 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov 6, 2018  Five stories in the news for Tuesday, Nov. 6 ___ DENNIS OLAND’S MURDER RETRIAL BEGINS TODAY The family of both murder victim Richard Oland and his accused killer, Dennis Oland, say they are steadfast in their support for Dennis as he faces retrial in his father’s murder. Evidence will begin […]

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On the land, and beyond trauma: A Yukon educator’s healing journey – CBC

As an educator, Melanie Bennett says she’s seen the effects of intergenerational trauma at every school Nov 06, 2018 This story is part of CBC North’s series Children of Survivors | Impact of residential schools. This week we’re highlighting the stories of several children of residential school survivors and the effect intergenerational trauma has had […]

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As Indigenous patients tell ‘horror stories,’ minister says changes coming to N.W.T. health care – CBC

Cultural safety training pilot will roll out by the end of this year, says Health Minister Glen Abernethy Nov 05, 2018 The Northwest Territories government says it’s committed to making the territory’s health and social services system free from prejudice, but some Indigenous people say they’re still facing challenges. In June, Health and Social Services […]

by ahnationtalk on November 5, 201812 Views

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Iqaluit law student receives 2018 Laura Gauthier award – Nunatsiaq News

November 02, 2018 Jasmine Redfern recognized for her “tireless efforts to create community initiatives while juggling ambitious academic goals” In recognition of her “tireless efforts to create community initiatives while juggling ambitious academic goals,” Nunavut law student Jasmine Redfern of Iqaluit will receive the 2018 Qulliq Energy Corp. Laura Gauthier Scholarship, awarded since 2001 to […]

by ahnationtalk on November 2, 201819 Views

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A growing toll: 56,800 migrants dead and missing in 4 years – CP

Source: The Associated Press Nov 1, 2018 14:31 By Lori Hinnant And Bram Janssen THE ASSOCIATED PRESS JOHANNESBURG _ One by one, five to a grave, the coffins are buried in the red earth of this ill-kept corner of a South African cemetery. The scrawl on the cheap wood attests to their anonymity: “Unknown B/Male.” These men were […]

by ahnationtalk on November 1, 201818 Views

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Few choose to opt out of Sixties Scoop settlement as deadline passes – CBC

By the afternoon of Oct. 31 only 2 people had opted out of the deal Some victims of the Sixties Scoop had difficult decisions to make this week as they chose whether to opt out of a class action suit, or receive a cash settlement. October 31 was the deadline for people outside Ontario who […]

by ahnationtalk on November 1, 201815 Views

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Remote Arctic wildlife area benefits from U.S foundation funding pledge – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 31, 2018 A northern national wildlife area is benefiting from a billion-dollar pledge from an American charitable organization. The Wyss Foundation, a private conservation group, says it will spend C$750,000 over the next three years to help fund an Indigenous guardians program for Edehzhie in the Northwest Territories. The money is intended […]

by ahnationtalk on October 31, 201819 Views

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Inuit continue call for cleaner shipping fuel despite higher cost – Nunatsiaq News

October 31, 2018 “Don’t save money using dirty oil” Nunavut consumers will pay more if resupply vessels switch from heavy fuel oil to cleaner alternatives, sealift companies serving the territory’s communities have warned. That cost has now been spelled out in a recent report by a think tank in the Netherlands, CE Delft, which looked […]

by ahnationtalk on October 31, 201818 Views

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Arctic science meeting ends with reaffirmed support for Indigenous participation – Nunatsiaq News

October 30, 2018 “A matter of good governance and genuine partnership” Inuit want Arctic scientists to treat them as partners and to respect their human rights. That’s the message the Inuit Circumpolar Council delivered to the Arctic Science Ministerial last week in Berlin. The meeting—hosted by the European Commission, Finland and Germany—brought together 24 governments, […]

by ahnationtalk on October 30, 201813 Views

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SCC’s Gladue guidance used in Nunavut judge’s quashing of mandatory minimum – The Lawyer’s Daily

October 30, 2018 Unjust punishment and Indigenous principles of rehabilitation and reconciliation led a Nunavut judge to strike down a mandatory minimum sentence that would have meant faraway jail time for a Kimmirut man guilty of firearms offences, lawyers say. Justice Paul Bychok, of the Nunavut Court of Justice, detailed in R. v. Itturiligaq 2018 […]

by ahnationtalk on October 30, 201814 Views

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