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Dec. 18, 2018 Saskatoon police say they have been cleared of wrongdoing after an Indigenous man accused officers of driving him out of the city limits and leaving him to…

Sachigo Lake geologist to be recognized by mining industry association – Northern Ontario Business

Gordon Maxwell will receive the Skookum Jim Award from PDAC in March Gordon Maxwell of Sachigo Lake First Nation will be recognized by the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada…

Takeovers of police services boards happen rarely – TB Newswatch

An administrator has only been appointed on one other occasion THUNDER BAY — When the Ontario Civilian Police Commission on December 14 appointed an administrator for the Thunder Bay Police…

Reconciliation involves learning from our history – St. Albert Gazette

Dec 19, 2018 Re: Why have we honoured a residential school advocate? (St. Albert Gazette, Your Views, Dec. 1). I congratulate the Gazette on its ongoing and unique efforts to…

CSIS gathered info on peaceful groups, but only in pursuit of threats: Watchdog – CBC

Committee concluded fears of CSIS surveillance were unjustified December 19, 2018 Canada’s spy service collected some information about peaceful anti-petroleum groups, but only incidentally in the process of investigating legitimate…

Wabano Fine Chocolates continues sweet tradition – CBC

Pierrette Vezina’s tiny chocolate factory does more than produce delicious treats December 19, 2018 In the basement of an Indigenous community centre in Ottawa’s Vanier neighbourhood, 57-year-old Pierrette Vezina gently…

True North Partnership in Bradford wants to empower First Nations communities – BradfordToday

True North Partnership aims to build a bridge between the people of Bradford West Gwillimbury and the people of Mishkeegogamang First Nation, nearly seven hours north of Thunder Bay It…

Town planning 2019 budget deliberations – battlefordsNOW

Battleford citizens will soon have an opportunity to find out what the town’s proposed budget will look like for 2019. The town has announced it will hold its budget deliberation…

Ep. 19 – The Resource Economy and Indigenous Rights with Ken Coates and Dwight Newman – MLI

In this episode of Pod Bless Canada, Ken Coates is joined by MLI Senior Fellow Dwight Newman to discuss the current state of affairs in Canada with respect to Indigenous…

Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation seeks to stop Syncrude oilsands expansion project – National Observer

December 17th 2018 The Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation is seeking to block a major oilsands expansion project, adding another Indigenous legal challenge to the region’s resource exploitation. In a filing…

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