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Geraldton mine project offers ‘generational’ opportunities for First Nations – Northern Ontario Business

Indigenous development group views Hardrock Project as stepping stone to create homegrown workforce, mine service hub Hopes have been raised – and dashed – over the years in training Indigenous…

It’s Going to Change Everything’: Inuit Face a New and Worrying Climate – VICE

Indigenous peoples of the north are finding themselves at the centre of a geopolitical climate change bomb that they did not cause. It’s time to wake up. On Global Climate…

Wáhta Mohawk Territory honouring missing, murdered Indigenous women Oct. 4 – parrysound.com

Event to be held outdoors at 4 p.m. The people of Wáhta Mohawk Territory will be raising awareness at the annual event to honour missing and murdered Indigenous women at…

The Secret to Caribou Recovery? Indigenous Leadership – TheTyee.ca

How two First Nations succeeded where BC’s government had failed. In 2013, the Klinse-Za caribou herd was put on life support. The herd, which roams the northern Rockies west of…

Residential schools and reconciliation: community urged to wear orange – Western News

In 1973, Phyllis Webstad was six years old, heading off to a residential school in British Columbia, proudly wearing a new orange shirt her grandmother bought. Upon her arrival, and…

Indigenous women don’t face ‘special threat’ says government lawyer at hearing – APTN News

Indigenous women and girls are not unique victims of crime and don’t qualify for a class-action lawsuit or compensation from Canada, a federal justice department lawyer said Thursday. “Indigenous women…

Building Indigenous Food Sovereignty in 14 First Nations in Northern Superior region – Anishinabek News

September 25, 2020 THUNDER BAY— Indigenous rural development economist Winona LaDuke spoke about heading to the sugar bush when the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic hit during the Building Indigenous…

To stop the spread in Indigenous communities, Canada needs to respect Indigenous sovereignty over the land – The Martlet

September 24, 2020 While businesses across Canada have been reopening, COVID-19 cases have continued to be confirmed all over the country. Since March, the Canadian government has kept pledging funding…

Ontario police services board calls Six Nations members halting housing development ‘terrorists’ – CBC

NDP MP says Haldimand County police board statements are racist and ‘anti-Indigenous colonial violence’ Sep 25, 2020 A southern Ontario police services board is calling on the Ontario Provincial Police…

Letter of Commitment Signed to Address Suicide in First Nations Communities – 620 CKRM.com

Sep 25, 2020 A letter of commitment has been signed between the federal and provincial governments and the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations to work on mental health and wellness…

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