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Tlingit language course connects Yukon and Alaska communities – CBC

‘Language is going to be revitalized and come to life in our communities, not at the Language Centre’ Jul 13, 2018 Tlingit learners from Yukon and Alaska have wrapped up a three-week intensive course in the language. This was the first time a Tlingit session had been brought to several communities, with classes held in […]

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Town of Inuvik placed under boil-water advisory – Cabin Radio

July 12, 2018 Residents of Inuvik are being told to boil all of their drinking water for at least one minute. The Chief Environmental Health Officer issued an advisory late on Thursday afternoon, blaming higher-than-usual water levels in the river for muddying the water and affecting its quality. The advisory says boiling water is simply […]

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Mackenzie River caused global cooling 13,000 years ago, study suggests – CBC

‘It’s something very active, and it’s happening today,’ says scientist Jul 13, 2018 A massive freshwater flood that caused a millennium-long global cooling event came from the Mackenzie River, according to a new study. Roughly 13,000 years ago, the North Atlantic Current — an ocean current flowing between the equator, Europe and Canada — was […]

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Key steps to getting out of credit card debt as the cost of borrowing rises – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jul 12, 2018  By Ian Bickis THE CANADIAN PRESS The Bank of Canada’s latest rate increase has raised the cost of borrowing as well as the importance of paying off debts. Credit cards often carry interest rates in the double digits, some of the most crippling in the debt world, so anyone carrying […]

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Legal news Roundup – July 12, 2018 – Canadian Lawyer

Canada Toronto police plan to deploy 200 more officers to priority areas in evening hours to combat gun violence, Toronto Star Hydro One board, CEO Mayo Schmidt step aside, bow to pressure from Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Globe and Mail Indigenous leaders turn down invitation to meeting of premiers, CBC news United States Trump claims […]

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Nunavut government reboots human resources department – Nunatsiaq.com

July 11, 2018 GN cites Inuit employment as reason for resurrecting HR The Government of Nunavut announced today that it is bringing back its Department of Human resources, six years after that department was dissolved in 2012. “The creation of a more targeted department echoes the direction of full caucus, and is an important first […]

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A first: AFN candidates in the Yukon for candidates forum – APTN News

July 11, 2018 For the first time in the history of the Assembly of First Nations, a forum featuring the candidates who are running for the national chief’s job were in the north. The group met in Whitehorse to compare views on where to take the AFN after the election on July 25. Read More: […]

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Hunter training now online in Nunavut – Nunatsiaq.com

July 12, 2018 “Our main goal is to make hunting education easily accessible to Nunavummiut” In Nunavut, family members usually pass down traditional skills like hunting and harvesting. But now, you can get help online with learning to hunt, according to the Government of Nunavut’s Department of Environment. And, you can do it for free. […]

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Opinion: The specific claims process is about justice for First Nations, not charity – CBC

Legal obligations have been breached or unfulfilled, and these failings must be remedied Jul 11, 2018 “Specific claims” is a simple phrase that describes a hugely important issue: the body of outstanding violations against First Nations, accumulated through colonial and post-colonial mistreatment and negligence. These violations, allegedly committed by the federal government, generally concern treaty […]

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Ecuador court upholds $9.5 bln damages ruling against Chevron – Digital Journal

Ecuador’s highest court upheld in a ruling released Tuesday a $9.5 billion damages award against oil giant Chevron over decades of pollution that harmed indigenous people. But the decision by the Constitutional Court is largely symbolic because Chevron now owns no assets in Ecuador, meaning the country will have to keep pressing its case in […]

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