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Help build manufacturing skills and entrepreneurship through indigenous education – Plant.ca

October 19, 2021 While Indigenous peoples account for about five per cent of our national population, Indigenous children under the age of 14 represent seven per cent of all children…

The Right to Say Yes on Resource Projects: Ken Coates – Inside Policy

For the last few decades, Indigenous communities fought for the right to have a say in resource projects. In earlier generations, major resource and infrastructure projects were imposed on traditional…

First Reading: Justin Trudeau’s extremely uncomfortable visit to Kamloops – National Post

Oct 19, 2021 China is mad at us again First Reading is a daily newsletter keeping you posted on the travails of Canadian politicos, all curated by the National Post’s…

Six Nations official says no consultation done in Cambridge warehouse development – CBC

Oct 19, 2021 A provincial Minister’s Zoning Order was approved for the warehouse complex in April A community group against a proposed warehouse development near the Grand River in Cambridge,…

Indigenous peoples did nothing wrong to the government of Canada – The Star

Canadians still struggle with the realities facing Indigenous peoples. Some run out the old “they should pull themselves up by their bootstraps” idea, ignoring structural barriers imposed by generations of…

First Nations title acknowledgements could be used as evidence in N.B. land claim case, say experts – CBC

Oct 19, 2021 Whether it would sway judge’s decision, however, is difficult to say First Nations land acknowledgements by New Brunswick public servants could potentially be submitted as evidence in an…

Arctic exploration, reconciliation on the agenda as Governor General Mary May Simon starts state visit to Germany – APTN News

Standing in the foreground of the Brandenburg Gate on a hazy afternoon in Berlin, Germany, Governor General Mary May Simon approached a throng of excitable onlookers waving miniature Canadian flags.…

NB organizations denounce gag order on Indigenous land acknowledgements – Global News

October 18 2021 Two organizations in New Brunswick are taking a stance against the attorney general’s memo to prohibit the use of any Indigenous land acknowledgement by public sector employees…

Ontario’s first female Indigenous lawyer to discuss residential schools at Mississauga event – Mississauga News

October 19, 2021 On Oct. 27 Delia Opekokew will hold a speaking event Want to know more about residential schools and First Nations land claims? On Oct. 27, Delia Opekokew…

Ancaster retailer Tepperman’s to offer Indigenous post-secondary scholarships at University of Windsor – OurWindsor.ca

October 19, 2021 Furniture and appliance retailer Tepperman’s has announced a new post-secondary scholarship program, in partnership with the University of Windsor, for Indigenous students. The Tepperman Family Graduate Scholarship…

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