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iPolitics AM: Trudeau faces the House as deadline on Line 5 shutdown order expires – iPolitics

May 12, 2021 Today may mark the official deadline for Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s order to shut down Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline, but, according to the latest dispatch from the Star, neither…

Charlottetown council votes to make changes to Sir John A. Macdonald statue – CTV News

May 11, 2021 FREDERICTON, N.B. — The City of Charlottetown will add a representation of an Indigenous elder or child next to a statue of Sir John A. Macdonald to…

On B.C.’s Indigenous Nurses Day, healthcare workers celebrated for ‘answering the call to justice’ – The Star

May 11, 2021 On Indigenous Nurses Day, Indigenous nurses are recognized for “answering the call to justice” in their leadership transforming and navigating colonial healthcare systems. Indigenous Nurses Day in…

City of Kitchener hires director of equity, anti-racism and Indigenous initiatives – CBC

May 11, 2021 Suzanne Charles Watson is expected to start her new role on June 7 Suzanne Charles Watson will be the director of equity, anti-racism and Indigenous initiatives for the City…

Gwich’in and Metis knowledge preserved for UNESCO – NNSL Media

Two new collections of Indigenous culture and knowledge have been added to Canada’s Memory of the World Register. A press release announced the addition of documents from the Gwich’in Tribal…

B.C. Indigenous leaders call for reform after 3rd member of Vancouver Island First Nation shot by police – CTV News

May 11, 2021 VICTORIA — Indigenous leaders in British Columbia are calling for immediate police reform after three members of a small Vancouver Island First Nation have been shot by…

Group of fire departments ban together to put out grassfire near Cote First Nation – CBC

May 11, 2021 Blaze started Saturday afternoon and took firefighters until 3 a.m. CST to put out Chief George Cote says a grassfire over the weekend came a little too…

United Nations committee seeks answers from Canada over racism, violence against Mi’kmaw fishers – Ku’ku’kwes News

May 11, 2021 A United Nations committee is seeking answers from Canada regarding the racism and violence Mi’kmaw lobster fishers experienced while they exercised their treaty right to fish for…

Climbing high and losing ground – Wildsight

Their scientific classification is Oreamnos americanus. To the Ktunaxa First Nation living in the valleys below them, they are known as kyanukxu. While we call them mountain goats, they’re not…

Spirit Bear Day creates change in child welfare system – SaultOnline.com

May 11, 2021 Spirit Bear Day celebrates the implementation of Jordan’s Principle, named after a First Nations child, Jordan River Anderson from Norway House Cree First Nation in Manitoba. Jordan…

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