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Ontario expands vaccine eligibility for essential workers, higher-risk health conditions – 680 News

May 11, 2021 Ontario is expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility across the province this week to residents 40 and older, essential workers and those with higher-risk health issues as it continues…

Canada’s lobster dispute goes international – RCI

May 11, 2021 A dispute over lobster fishing in Canada’s east coast maritime provinces has been simmering for years. Pitting Indigenous groups against regulated commercial fishers, it boiled over into…

Artist and ECU Student Lia Fabre-Dimsdale Lands Atomic Internship – Emily Carr U

Since April, Lia has been helping animate the award-winning children’s cartoon Molly of Denali. Artist and Emily Carr University animation student Lia Fabre-Dimsdale has landed an internship with Vancouver-based company…

Provincial housing provider to take ownership of more than 100 units from local Indigenous housing – SooToday.com

Neech-ke-Wehn Homes and Niwaakai’iganaanind Aboriginal Housing will continue to offer services in partnership with provincial housing provider A new partnership will see Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services (OAHS) assume ownership of…

Montreal launches a toll-free, confidential MMIWG hotline – APTN News

May 10, 2021 Montreal has a new tip line for cases involving missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls – and as of Monday, the toll-free number will be visible…

We want to survive’: Indigenous children in Toronto receive COVID-19 vaccines at school clinic – CTV News

May 10, 2021 TORONTO — Indigenous children in Toronto are celebrating after becoming some of the first kids in Ontario to receive one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Last week,…

Saskatchewan First Nations respond to Ottawa delay for water advisory deadline – Global News

May 10, 2021 The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) is frustrated after hearing the federal government is delaying its plan to remove all long-term water advisories in First Nations…

As an Indigenous professor, Egerton Ryerson’s name haunts me – The Globe and Mail

Anne Spice is an assistant professor of Indigenous environmental knowledges and a Tlingit member of Kwanlin Dün First Nation. I joined the growing Indigenous faculty at Ryerson University in 2020.…

Trans Mountain decision draws fire for Indigenous rights ‘double standard’ – National Observer

May 11th 2021 Canada’s energy regulator has a message for Tsleil-Waututh Nation: We don’t believe you. In April, the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) said it was “not persuaded” by the…

iPolitics AM: Trudeau’s COVID update; House vote on Line 5 shutdown – iPolitics

May 11, 2021 In what has quietly — and unofficially — become a standing Tuesday morning ritual, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau heads to the precinct to “address Canadians on the COVID-19 situation”…

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