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Proposals for the 2019 Indigenous Initiatives Fund are now being accepted – UM Today

November 12, 2019 — Shawn Bailey decided he wanted to do more to incorporate Indigenous knowledges into his work as an architect and professor. This seemed like the perfect opportunity…

Lennox Island chief highlights contributions of Canada’s indigenous population on Remembrance Day – The Journal Pioneer

LENNOX ISLAND, P.E.I. — In her remarks during a Service of Remembrance at St. Anne’s Church on Remembrance Day, Lennox Island First Nation Chief Darlene Bernard paid tribute to all…

Thunder Bay’s James Street bridge reopens, but can’t accommodate fire trucks- The Globe and Mail

When the sun rose over Thunder Bay on Monday, illuminating the rusted girders of the James Street bridge, it revealed a welcome sight: weekday morning traffic flowing in a steady…

Ministry of Education rolls out new Respect in School training for teachers, staff – CTV News

November 12, 2019 REGINA — The Ministry of Education has announced a new training program for teachers, school staff and volunteers. The program, called Respect in School, was announced by…

Human-induced climate change dates back much further than we think: study – Folio

Evidence crowdsourced from archeologists worldwide suggests land use for hunting and farming has contributed to global warming for at least 5,000 years. Human-induced climate change has origins far earlier than…

Floodwaters receding on Bearskin Lake First Nation – Tbnewswatch.com

A state of emergency remains after the Severn River spilled its banks BEARSKIN LAKE FIRST NATION, Ont. — Conditions on the Bearskin Lake First Nation, 600 kilometres north of Thunder…

Miawpukek chief calls remarks at heart of Byrne-Dinn spat ‘racist’ – CBC

Mi’sel Joe says comments made during a meeting were derogatory, after fisheries minister releases audio Nov 12, 2019 Miawpukek First Nation Chief Mi’sel Joe says comments made during a meeting…

ONTC move to Transportation will happen – Fedeli – The North Bay Nugget

November 12, 2019 The provincial government is determined to move the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission to the Ministry of Transportation from the Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines. At…

BC Hydro will discuss redundancy vs. resiliency with council – Castanet.net

BC Hydro will discuss redundancy vs. resiliency with council Nov 12, 2019 BC Hydro officials will appear before West Kelowna council this week to provide yet another update on the…

Six Nations voters elect a young, new chief – Brantford Expositor

November 11, 2019 OHSWEKEN Mark Hill was the youngest member to serve on Six Nations elected band council when he was first elected in 2010 at age 19. Now he…

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