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Family takes solace in joy that her twins bring WE’KOQMA’Q — “Cassidy’s lucky, she’s an angel of God,” Misha Bernard said to her grandmother. Mona Bernard smiled sadly at the…

Yukon gov’t promises ‘noticeable changes’ to territory’s largest shelter – CBC

Jan 30, 2019 Government says it will keep doors open 24/7 and nearly double capacity The Yukon government is indicating it will be more accommodating of clients when it takes?control…

Robinson Huron Treaty First Nations disappointed by Ontario appeal notice – Manitoulin Expositor

January 30, 2019 TORONTO—The 21 First Nations communities of the Huron Robinson Treaty annuities case received the disappointing news that Ontario was reserving its right to appeal Justice Patricia Hennessey’s…

Campus community invited to keynote addresses at the 2019 Exchange Conference – UCalgary News

January 30, 2019 Staff, faculty and community members are invited to see two inspiring keynote speakers at the 2019 UCalgary Exchange Conference: millennial influencer Kelly Lovell on Friday, Feb. 1,…

Diamonds, cash coming to standout employees for winter road’s 20th anniversary – CBC

Jan 30, 2019 Tibbitt to Contwoyto Winter Road set to open Friday morning The Tibbitt to Contwoyto Winter Road is set to open for the year on Friday morning, marking…

Our national shame: The racism inherent in our First Nations water crisis – The Globe and Mail

Eight years ago, the state government in Michigan was forced to take over the financial affairs of the city of Flint, which had fallen on hard times and been run…

Mi’kmaw community makes renewed effort to preserve language – CTV News

January 29, 2019 The United Nations has declared 2019 the year of indigenous languages, in part to raise awareness about the threat of endangerment many face. The Mi’kmaw culture can…

Land eyed for treaty settlement raises questions in Summit Lake – Prince George Citizen

January 29, 2019 Summit Lake residents are seeking answers after learning Crown land within the townsite could be transferred to the West Moberly First Nations as part of a treaty…

Court rules First Nation needn’t share settlement cash with victims of discrimination – CBC

Jan 30, 2019 The Ontario Superior Court has ruled in a case that highlights?the fallout from past government laws that discriminated against First Nations women. Specifically, the ruling addresses?how laws…

Three friends in two weeks’: Indigenous women’s deaths ‘unbearable’ – Montreal Gazette

January 30, 2019 All three struggled with addiction and homelessness. One tried to get into rehab, but a spot never materialized. They shuffled in from the cold at dusk; stomping…

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