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Travel Manitoba to advance Indigenous tourism with new association – Global News

September 23, 2021 The Manitoba Indigenous Tourism Association (MITA) and an updated Manitoba Indigenous Tourism Strategy were officially recognized at the opening of the MITA virtual summit on Thursday, according…

‘Champions of Indigenous Employment’ honoured – The Star

Sept. 23, 2021 The Interprovincial Association on Native Employment Westman Chapter held its annual Champions of Indigenous Employment Awards Wednesday to celebrate businesses promoting diverse workplaces. Interprovincial Association on Native…

Organizations with easements across reserve land should look at B.C. appeal decision, lawyer says – The Lawyer’s Daily

September 23, 2021 The B.C. Court of Appeal has put a time limit on the possible redevelopment of a disused railway line running across the reserve of a Vancouver Island…

Nunavut Inuit suing feds over fishing licence allocations to Mi’kmaw company – CBC

Sep 23, 2021 Nunavut fishers pushing for proportionate amount of quotas off its shores Inuit in Nunavut are suing the federal government over a decision to hand over a sizeable…

Writ Large: The count goes on – iPolitics

Sep 23, 2021 Good morning, iPolitics readers. The count goes on. Just 10 ridings across the country remain to be called in Canada’s 44th election. While the total seat count…

Indigenous voices are changing the film industry. ‘Canada needs to sit, listen and watch.’ – Macleans.ca

September 22, 2021 Jesse Wente on his memoir and why he’s arguing for ‘narrative sovereignty’ in Indigenous arts Jesse Wente is one Canada’s most respected Indigenous voices. For more than…

Acknowledging native territory – Quinte News

Hastings County Council will be asked to acknowledge traditional Native Territory at the beginning of each of its meetings. The county’s Finance Committee is making the recommendation, following its meeting…

First Nations groups to participate in project to capitalize on liquefied natural gas – CBC

Sep 21, 2021 Deal is ‘a big part’ of Miawpukek First Nation’s plan toward self-sufficiency The Miawpukek First Nation and the First Nations Major Projects Coalition have signed an agreement…

Nunavut election gets underway as federal race wraps – Nunatsiaq News

Sep 21, 2021 The race to elect Nunavut’s next legislative assembly got underway Monday, just as the federal election campaign was winding down, with some prominent public figures clarifying where…

Lengthy recovery projected for Indigenous tourism industry – Cabin Radio

September 21, 2021 The Canadian tourism sector as a whole is expected to take until 2024 or 2025 to rebound back to 2019 levels – but the Indigenous tourism industry…

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