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It may be days before power restored to evacuated First Nations: Manitoba Hydro – CTV News

July 23, 2021 WINNIPEG — Manitoba Hydro said on Thursday that it could take a number of days before it can restore power to four First Nations, which have been…

Tseshaht First Nation re-opens Broken Group Islands with refreshed Beach Keepers Program – Westerly News

To help sustain the program, tour operators are encouraged to implement a $10 per day per guest fee Jul. 23, 2021 Following the lead of the Tla-o-qui-aht’s Tribal Parks Movement,…

Inexplicably frozen’: Judge quashes Ottawa’s Coalspur order as it failed to consult with Ermineskin Cree Nation – Financial Post

Jul 23, 2021 Comes just weeks after a federal policy statement on thermal coal all but sent Coalspur’s Vista expansion up in smoke Coalspur Mines Ltd.’s controversial Vista mine expansion…

Future of Métis National Council uncertain as Manitoba Federation gets mandate to pull out – Yorkton This Week

July 23, 2021 The signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF) and the newly-created Alberta Métis Federation could spell the end of the Métis National…

New Indigenous land dispute brewing in Norfolk – The Hamilton Spectator

July 23, 2021 Forty acres of Norfolk County farmland is poised to become the next front in the ongoing battle over Indigenous land rights. In 2015, the Haudenosaunee Development Institute…

Opinion: Brian Pallister has shattered the relationship between Indigenous people and the Manitoba government – The Globe and Mail

David A. Robertson is a Swampy Cree author and graphic novelist based in Winnipeg. In 1875, Icelanders were given land on the west shore of Lake Winnipeg, despite Indigenous people…

Morning Brief: A majority in sight? – iPolitics

Jul 23, 2021 Good morning, and happy Friday. — A majority in sight? Pollster Nik Nanos says a “smash and grab majority” is a possibility for the Liberals, if an…

Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc leaders say some companies taking advantage of those searching for missing loved ones – CBC

Jul 22, 2021 Indigenous people inundated with company offers looking for business to survey potential graves Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc leaders say Indigenous people across Canada are being inundated with ground-penetrating radar specialist…

Upholding Obligations and Compensating Wrongs: Case Comment on Southwind v. Canada – Kate Gunn

July 22, 2021 Last week, the Supreme Court of Canada issued its decision in Southwind v. Canada regarding the principles for calculating compensation for First Nations whose reserve lands have…

A new study shows just how quickly the world’s cryosphere is shrinking – Nunatsiaq News

Jul 22, 2021 More than 102,000 square kilometres of frozen areas were lost in the Northern Hemisphere from 1979 to 2016 The world’s frozen areas lost an average of about…

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