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Iqaluit’s COVID-19 cases soar to 13 – Nunatsiaq News

Apr 16, 2021 Announcement comes as case count grows to 13 overnight Iqaluit is experiencing a COVID-19 outbreak, the Government of Nunavut announced Friday. The announcement was made during a…

A Canadian-Metis identity crisis – NNSL Media

April 16, 2021 The Northwest Territory Metis Nation, for the last 40 years or so, has negotiated in bad faith on a land claim for all Metis people now living…

Vulnerable Inuk man left homeless as public guardian argues it is not responsible for housing – CBC

Apr 16, 2021 Public Guardian says its not responsible for housing those under its care An Iqaluit man under the protection of Nunavut’s public guardian is being forced into homelessness…

Rydel Cerezo, Maria-Margaretta Selected for 2021 BAF Residency Program – ECU

The artists and recent ECU grads are among six emerging artists who will work in-residency toward shows at the Vancouver non-profit arts organization this year. A pair of ECU alums…

Indigenous training teaches officers about Gladue report – TimminsToday.com

The training was provided by Nishnawbe Aski Nation Legal Timmins Police Service (TPS) uniform members are taking steps to improve their knowledge and understanding of Indigenous people. During the annual…

This year’s Yukon River Chinook salmon run will likely be small, according to forecast – CBC

Apr 16, 2021 Officials on both sides of the border are concerned that the run will fail to meet conservation goals The 2021 Yukon River Chinook salmon run will likely…

Forging paths: $1M donation from Gene Haas Foundation paves the way for BCIT students through faculty like Indigenous Red Seal Machinist Chelsea Barron – BCIT

Chelsea Barron has an angel. Her name was Angelina. She hunted on horseback, and was a residential school survivor and fierce mother of nine children. Angelina was her grandmother and…

Lı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ First Nation ramps up staycation packages – Cabin Radio

April 16, 2021 The Lı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ First Nation is introducing new staycation tour packages for this summer in the Dehcho. One package offers a trip into the Nahanni National Park…

COVID cases force closures of area First Nations schools – Peterborough Examiner

April 16, 2021 At least one active case of COVID-19 is what prompted Curve Lake First Nation education department to close both schools until deemed safe to re-open. The announcement…

A look at New Brunswick’s decision to scrap tax agreements with First Nations – CBC

April 16, 2021 The provincial government says the deals are unfair, but Indigenous leaders say they’re a vital source of revenue Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1886248515844…

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