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No new COVID-19 cases reported in Nunavut – Nunatsiaq News

26 November 2020 For the first time in close to three weeks, Nunvaut reported no new COVID-19 cases on Thursday. The territorial government also said three more people have recovered,…

National Addictions Awareness Week 2020: Healing and Treatment – FNHA

A message from FNHA’s Mental Health and Wellness team. When people think of “treatment” they often think only of “live-in treatment centres.” In fact, “treatment centres” is one of the…

First Nation asks Indigenous Services minister to launch investigation into top bureaucrat’s behaviour – CBC

Grand chief says federal government should reconsider Ontario regional director general’s position Nov 26, 2020 A First Nation that has been living under a boil-water advisory for 25 years is asking Indigenous…

The salmon came back — and so did we – WWF

November 26, 2020 What exactly is happening in the Fraser River watershed? As we noted in the Watershed Reports, the Lower Fraser basin is highly threatened from pollution, habitat loss,…

Progress Reports: Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity, Indigenization at Queen’s – Queen’s Gazette

In 2020, anti-oppression and anti-racism activism has energized sweeping calls for change and driven new progress toward greater social justice around the globe. The campus community joined this push, particularly…

New book shines a light on Canada’s forced relocation of Inuit to the High Arctic – Broadview Magazine

In “What I Remember, What I Know: The Life of a High Arctic Exile,” Larry Audlaluk weaves together his own memories and interviews with others For Larry Audlaluk, writing his…

Squamish’s first dispensary returns as town’s second legal shop – Squamish Chief

99 North is back in business in a new location at Squamish Station mall a little over a year after being forced to close November 26, 2020 After facing the…

Ottawa-based Inuk artist wins prestigious photography award – The Charlatan

Ottawa-based Inuk artist Katherine Takpannie won the National Gallery of Canada’s prestigious New Generation Photography Award mid-October. The annual award was established by Scotiabank and the National Gallery of Canada…

COVID-19 patients from Nunavut’s Kivalliq region could face medical evacuation to Winnipeg – Nunatsiaq News

The Government of Nunavut says that residents with COVID-19 are in isolation and are “well, with mild-to-moderate symptoms.” But as the number of positive COVID-19 cases in the Kivalliq region…

Solar Wind Reliance Initiatives: combining wind and solar for powerful renewables – Bull Frog Power

November 25, 2020 As we navigate a global pandemic and a just recovery, we want to amplify the stories of those who are working towards a low-carbon future, like Solar Wind…

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