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December 20, 2018 Dec. 20, 2018 – Two Indigenous forestry projects in New Brunswick have received $295,000 in funding from the federal government. According to a news release, Tobique First…

AFN national chief says senators should not be ‘afraid’ of Indigenous rights bill – CBC

Perry Bellegarde wants speedy passage of 2 major bills set for introduction in January Dec 21, 2018 Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde said Conservative senators should not…

Conflict over fee for Indigenous cannabis retailers could end up in court: Long Plain chief – CTV

December 20, 2018 A flap over a provincial cannabis fee is likely on the horizon between the premier and Indigenous leaders. “Opinions from our lawyer is that it could possibly…

Accord is ‘significant step forward’ for Indigenous people in Simcoe County – Bradford Today

Feds, Congress of Aboriginal Peoples sign Canada-Congress of Aboriginal Peoples Political Accord Indigenous people in Simcoe County should benefit from a new accord signed with the federal government. The Congress…

Not all Indigenous agree with pipeline protesters’ tactics – Kamloops This Week

December 20, 2018 A First Nations woman is condemning the tactics used by members of the Tiny House Warriors during a recent protest at Thompson Rivers University. Kel-c Jules is…

Officers will be separated after serious incidents: Saskatchewan RCMP – National Post

REGINA — Saskatchewan RCMP say officers will be separated after serious events such as a shooting following a review into an Indigenous man’s death. Brydon Whitstone died in an RCMP…

From coffee cups to childcare to housing, Victoria council sets ambitious agenda – Times Colonist

December 20, 2018 From banning single-use coffee cups to advocating for the provision of safe illicit drugs to addicts, Victoria councillors have charted an ambitious and varied agenda for the…

Lawsuit Brought Against Alberta On Coerced Sterilization Of Indigenous Women – HuffPost Canada

On behalf of all Indigenous women sterilized in Alberta without their consent before Dec. 14, 2018. OTTAWA — A proposed class action has been filed against the government of Alberta…

Metis, non-status Indians launch ’60s Scoop lawsuit over identity loss – Prince George Citizen

December 20, 2018 TORONTO — Metis and non-status Indians across Canada are seeking damages for the alleged harms inflicted on them by the Canadian government during the ’60s Scoop, according…

Local Indigenous lawyer honoured with appointment from province – battlefordsNOW

An accomplished Battlefords area Indigenous lawyer was recently recognized with a Queen’s Counsel (Q.C.) designation for her work in contributing to the legal profession as well as to public service.…

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