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A new University of Toronto initiative aimed at promoting collaborative research between faculty members and community organizations has chosen its first project recipients: seven researchers who will work with groups…

Province responds to Friends of Northumberland Strait call for data on 2018 effluent leak at Northern Pulp – The News

PICTOU, N.S. — The Nova Scotia Department of Environment says it is still investigating the Oct. 21 effluent leak from the Northern Pulp pipeline. “We won’t be able to provide…

Dean Sayers re-elected as chief following Batchewana First Nation election – SooToday.com

Votes cast for chief, eight councillors during last night’s election Last night, Batchewana First Nation members took to the polls to elect a chief and eight councillors. Incumbent Dean Sayers…

How architecture transforms communities and promotes healing – UCalgary Today

Sierra Bainbridge, inspiring principal of MASS Design Group, opens Design Matters Lecture Series Architecture can heal, or it can hurt. This is the bold statement used by Sierra Bainbridge to…

Won’t somebody please think of the tax collectors – Macleans.ca

Feb 6, 2019 Politics Insider for February 6: Mulcair has boundary issues, Trudeau pans Conservative proposal to create a single tax form in Quebec, and the idea of a Western…

Women call for more female powwow emcees – CBC

Feb 06, 2019 Role traditionally held by men; some attendees complain about misogynistic comments Jeff?Cappo?had been a powwow announcer for 11 years when he came to a realization: Men dominated…

Transportation minister signals support for Hwy. 69 four-laning – Sudbury.com

Jeff Yurek includes roadway in province’s priorities in speech at road builders conference Transportation Minister Jeff Yurek included the four-laning of Highway 69 in a list of the province’s priorities…

Tofino’s Ocean Outfitters donates $200K to salmon restoration efforts – Westerly News

Feb. 6, 2019 Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation and Central Westcoast Forest Society working to revive Tranquil Watershed Vital efforts being made to restore vanishing salmon habitats on the West Coast recently…

Risk factors for food insecurity include income supports, location and Indigenous status: U of T study – [email protected]

Canadian households that rely on publicly funded income supports are much more likely to face food insecurity than those reliant on employment income, according to new research from the University…

Feds propose Sept. 30 for new ‘Truth and Reconciliation’ statutory holiday – CTV News

February 5, 2019 OTTAWA – The federal government wants to make Sept. 30 a new statutory holiday, focused on reconciliation with Indigenous Canadians. Sept. 30, which is currently known as…

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