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What’s behind rising food costs in Canada’s North? Questions emerge over how retailer sets prices – CBC

Feb 23, 2024 North West Company says it tries to protect consumers from high costs When spending more than $100 yields only a little bag of groceries, Nora Jean Omand…

Indigenous firms, First Nation to create investment dealer with Scotiabank – The Hamilton Spectator

February 23, 2024. TORONTO – Canada’s first Indigenous-owned investment dealer could soon be a reality as Scotiabank is partnering with two Indigenous development corporations and a First Nation to launch…

UN kudos for Canadian project to climate-proof coastal estuaries – Canada’s National Observer

February 23rd 2024 A West Coast conservation group is getting global kudos for its work protecting the heart of coastal ecosystems. The Nature Trust of British Columbia’s project to study…

Fort Simpson, N.W.T., parents want answers after teacher allegedly hit 8-year-old – CBC

Feb 23, 2024 Education council still investigating alleged incident at Líídlįį Kúę Elementary School last month A family in Fort Simpson, N.W.T., is reeling after an incident at the community’s…

The deep rooted history of lacrosse celebrated at Indigenous Heritage Night – CHCH

February 23, 2024 This Saturday the Toronto Rock will be playing in the Indigenous Heritage Night game at FirstOntario Centre against the Vancouver Warriors. This game has become one of…

Festival du Bois spotlights Acadian sounds, Métis culture, all-ages fun & more, March 8 to 10 – Stir

February 22, 2024 Event marks 35 years with a weekend lineup of great concerts, shows for families, delicious food and a wide array of onsite activities The 35th annual Festival…

Funding announced for Provincial Indigenous Women’s Reconciliation Council – NTV

February 23, 2024 The funding is provided under the National Action Plan to End Gender-based Violence, a four-year bilateral agreement the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador signed with Women and…

First Métis Man of Odesa – CTV News

Feb. 23, 2024 The First Métis Man of Odesa play runs at Five Points Theatre until March 22. Read More: https://barrie.ctvnews.ca/video/c2872527-first-metis-man-of-odesa…

Project led by Edmonton police identifies 2 Indigenous women who died in the 1970s – Global News

February 23, 202 A special project led by the Edmonton Police Service has positively identified the remains of two Indigenous women who were found dead in the city nearly 50…

Feb 23, 2024 North West Company says it tries to protect consumers from high costs When spending more than $100 yields only a little bag of groceries, Nora Jean Omand is trying her best to do more with less.  This week, the resident of Norway House in northern Manitoba is hoping a package of stewing beef will be enough to feed 10 people in her extended family. “I’m an old age pensioner and that’s what I have to survive on and at times that’s all I have to feed them with, but I’ve learned to budget,” the 66-year-old member of Norway House Cree Nation said. Omand will often drive more than four hours to Flin Flon or Winnipeg to save money on groceries, she said. Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/rising-food-prices-canada-north-1.7122481

Feb 23, 2024 North West Company says it tries to protect consumers from high costs When spending more than $100 yields only a little bag of groceries, Nora Jean Omand…

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