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Ottawa’s economic growth council set to unveil latest suggestions – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Feb 6, 2017  OTTAWA – The Trudeau government’s group of economic advisers will release a new set of recommendations today that could help shape the…

Decision week for thousands of applicants to the Qalipu band – CBC

More than 100,000 applied to be band members Feb 04, 2017 Thousands of Newfoundlanders are getting some important mail these days that’s letting them know whether or not they’ll be…

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Feb 5, 2017 TORONTO _ Five things to watch this week in Canadian business: It’s coding time: The CRTC begins public hearings on Monday as part of the…

BR Mba Robinson New Party – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Feb 3, 2017 WINNIPEG – A longtime former Manitoba cabinet minister says he is leaving the provincial New Democrats and hoping to form a new…

Sayers re-elected – Sault Star

February 3, 2017 Dean Sayers will continue to serve as chief of Batchewana First Nation. Sayers topped three other candidates in an election held Thursday at Rankin Arena. He received…

Lawyers receive Indigenous culture training, in line with TRC recommendation – CBC

P.E.I. one of first provinces to move on this Truth and Reconciliation Commission recommendation Feb 03, 2017 The Law Society of P.E.I. and members of the Mi’kmaq community are hosting…

Saskatoon suicide prevention rally proves to be life changing as Indigenous youths ‘break the silence’ – MBC Network Radio

03 February 2017 In the four months since the suicides of six girls in northern Saskatchewan made national headlines, leaders across the province have used the message “you are loved”…

Central Saanich, Tsawout honouring Treaty of 1852 – Peninsula News Review

Feb 3, 2017 CENTRAL SAANICH — The Tsawout First Nation and District of Central Saanich along with other Douglas Treaty Nations, are hosting a day-long event on Mon., Feb. 6…

Inuk teen’s sealskin parka becomes an affirmation – NunatsiaqOnline

“This overwhelming sense of confidence and pride. It was surreal, I can’t compare it to anything,” February 03, 2017 When Braden Johnston, 17, first put on the new sealskin parka…

Seeking Justice for 60s Scoop Victims – Sasknow.ca

03 February 2017 Lawyer Tony Merchant says the opportunity for closure from the 60s scoop is slowly getting closer. He notes the fact the government wants to sit down and…

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