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If you think Indigenous people don’t pay tax, think again – Financial Post

Jul 12, 2024 Jamie Golombek looks at a recent case that dealt with the exemption and how it is applied There’s a common misconception that Indigenous people in Canada simply…

Poilievre promises chiefs more economic control in speech to Assembly of First Nations – CBC

Jul 11, 2024 Conservative leader made remarks during first in-person speech to AFN since becoming leader In his first in-person speech to the Assembly of First Nations on Thursday, Conservative Leader…

AFN, Ottawa finalize $47.8B deal on child-welfare reform – Global News

July 11, 2024 The AFN’s national chief confirmed today that the organization finalized a deal with Ottawa late Wednesday night to put $47.8 billion towards child-welfare reform. Cindy Woodhouse Nepinak…

Keyano College Announces New Indigenous Student Centre in Fort McMurray – CFWE FM

Jul 11, 2024 Keyano College is building a new Indigenous Student Centre downtown. The new space will be located in what is currently the Syncrude Technology Centre on the Northeast…

Skibicki found guilty of murdering four Indigenous women – Winnipeg Free Press

Jul. 11, 2024 A judge has ruled serial killer Jeremy Anthony Michael Skibicki is criminally responsible for slaying four Indigenous women in Winnipeg in early 2022. The 37-year-old man pleaded…

New emergency exit in West Kelowna neighbourhood gets first test – Kelowna Capital News

July 11, 2024 ‘A lot of good things come out of it’ A portion of the Casa Loma community was the scene of a mock evacuation to test a new…

From Law Enforcement to Tech Leader: Denis Villeneuve’s Journey to Foster Indigenous Talent – Indigenous SME

July 11, 2024 Indigenous-SME Business Magazine recently interviewed Denis Villeneuve, the Cybersecurity & Resilience Practice Leader for Canada at Kyndryl. Denis shared his journey from law enforcement to a pivotal…

Indigenous baskets on display at Sooke Region Museum – Sooke New Smirror

July 11, 2024 The museum is located at 2070 Phillips Road Contributed by Emma Wilton, Sooke Region Museum collections and exhibits manager Although National Indigenous History Month has ended, this does…

Anishinabek Educational Institute celebrates 30 years of Anishinabek education – Anishinabek News

July 11, 2024 NIPISSING FIRST NATION TERRITORY – This year, the Anishinabek Educational Institute (AEI) is celebrating its 30th year of contributing to Anishinabek education, commemorating that milestone with a…

Judge to give verdict in trial of man who admitted to killing four women in Winnipeg – Winnipeg Sun

Jul 11, 2024 A man who admitted to killing four women in Winnipeg but claimed he was too mentally ill to be held responsible has been found guilty of first-degree…

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