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Guelph Market highlights products from those who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Colour – Guelph Mercury

Jul 10, 2020 A new digital marketplace has been launched with a specific focus. Brian Kwok launched Guelph Market on July 1 with the aim of highlighting artisan businesses owned…

Provincial ministers condemn ‘racist anti-Indigenous vandalism’ on Coast – Coast Reporter

RCMP investigating banner at a Pender Harbour school, defaced highway signs July 10, 2020 Two provincial cabinet ministers and local MLA Nicholas Simons have issued a joint statement condemning “recent…

Interactive map allowing Sixties Scoop survivors to share stories – Soo Today

People can share as little or as much as they want to Sixties Scoop survivor Colleen Hele-Cardinal has launched an interactive digital map allowing fellow survivors to share their stories.…

Listuguj chief says New Brunswick travel ban doesn’t consider ancestral rights – CBC

Premier Blaine Higgs says public health was considered when closing the border Jul 10, 2020 The chief of Listuguj First Nation says New Brunswick didn’t consider the ancestral rights of the Mi’kmaq…

Work Underway On Natural Gas Expansion Project At Saugeen First Nation – Bayshore broadcasting

Construction is underway on a new natural gas pipeline expansion to Saugeen First Nation. The Enbridge project is expected to provide natural gas to 65 homes and 24 businesses, according…

B.C. government and Williams Lake First Nation to sign landmark government-to-government cannabis deal – The Growth Op

“We’re pushing the envelope a little bit by creating our own cannabis law,” Chief Willie Sellars said. “And you’re seeing other First Nations in the province doing the same thing.”…

‘What are you going to acknowledge?’ Amaranth mayor questions Indigenous land acknowledgement before Dufferin county council meeting – Orangeville.com

There was a brief exchange between Amaranth Mayor Bob Currie and members of Dufferin County council after a proposal was made to introduce a land acknowledgement to Indigenous peoples at…

Mayor, community members urge Morden hockey team to ditch controversial nickname – CBC

Team president says club is looking into it, says any change won’t happen overnight Jul 10, 2020 A senior hockey team in rural Manitoba that’s resisted calls to discard its…

Free webinar series to focus on employee rights, safety during COVID-19 pandemic – Soo Today

Workplace Safety North is hosting a ‘Feed Your Brain Lunch and Learn Series’ once a month throughout the summer On Wednesday, July 15, 2020, from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m., Workplace…

How one Mi’kmaq boy went from fearing police to shooting hoops with them – CBC

‘I didn’t even know how to be a mom to him in that moment’ Jul 10, 2020 In June, as riots and protests against police violence erupted across the world,…

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