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December 19, 2018 Grand Chief Brian Hardlotte, Vice-Chief Joseph Tsannie and Vice-Chief Christopher Jobb welcome appointments of Jason Stonechild and Sheryl Kimbley to police team The Prince Albert Grand Council’s…

Criminal record checks, pared down council part of historic Indigenous governance changes – CBC

Squamish Nation members have mixed reviews of new changes Dec 20, 2018 The Squamish Nation is changing the way it elects its leaders. In an initiative similar to B.C.’s recent…

Regional chief says police systemic racism exists across Ontario – Tbnewswatch.com

RoseAnne Archibald feels Thunder Bay solutions can help the province TORONTO — The Regional Chief for Ontario says Thunder Bay is not the only community where there are problems with…

Indigenous elder reflects on past relationship with Cochrane – Cochrane Eagle

Dec 20, 2018 The relationship between Cochrane and Morley has iced over compared to earlier days, according to a renowned Stoney Nakoda First Nation elder Tina Fox. But years ago,…

Coerced sterilization of Indigenous women sparks concern in Canada’s medical community – Globe and Mail

The Canadian Medical Association is “very concerned” about recent reports of forced and coerced sterilization of Indigenous women in Canada. Its president Gigi Osler says no person should have a…

Beyond the Indian Act: Cree Nation looks for housing solutions – CBC

The Cree Nation looks remove systemic barriers to creating value in real estate Dec 20, 2018 The Cree Nation says it wants to take a “hard right” away from depending…

Thunder Bay police board plans apology in wake of anti-Indigenous racism findings – Toronto Star

Dec. 19, 2018 Faced with withering criticism from two separate reviews, the police oversight board in Thunder Bay has now accepted findings of racism within both the board and police…

Indigenous grads reach parity – Coast Reporter

December 19, 2018 For the first time, the Indigenous high school completion rate is on par with the overall completion rate at School District No.46 (SD46). Superintendent Patrick Bocking called…

Unsettling questions surround death of Timothy Atlookan in Thunder Bay – CBC

Was Timothy Atlookan’s death made to look like a suicide? His mother wants answers Dec 20, 2018 Donna Atlookan weeps in the arms of a friend by the tree in…

Lawsuit takes aim against excessive force on Indigenous – My Yellowknife Now

Dec. 19th, 2018 A class action lawsuit has commenced against the Attorney General of Canada on behalf of Indigenous of the North. Koskie Minsky LLP in Toronto and Cooper Regel…

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