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Changes to education funding model won’t happen any time soon – Kamloops This Week

December 21, 2018 The Ministry of Education is taking its time to determine how to implement recommended changes to the province’s education funding model — a move being welcomed by the chair of the Kamloops-Thompson school board and other education officials. “It’s going to take a lot of time to figure what their funding formulas […]

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How to say ‘Merry Christmas’ and ‘Happy New Year’ in the Mi’kmaw language – CBC

Dec 21, 2018 Mi’kmaw linguist Bernie Francis explains holiday greetings How do you say ‘Merry Christmas’ and ‘Happy New Year’ in your language? In the CBC Indigenous video series, Ask an Elder, Mi’kmaw Linguist Bernie Francis explains how the Mi’kmaq in the Maritimes share holiday greetings. Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/mi-kmaq-language-bernie-francis-holiday-greetings-1.4954824

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Sudbury adoption part of ’60s Scoop lawsuit – The Sudbury Star

December 21, 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 to a proposed class action filed on Thursday. And a man helping to lead the case bases his claims on his experiences growing up with […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201826 Views

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To Implicate Ourselves – Watershed Sentinel

December 20, 2018 It was a breakthrough for me to learn that Indigenous treaty negotiating and re-negotiating sessions, including with Europeans in the 1700s, customarily opened with a ritual round of condolences – mutual admission and expression of regret at the oh-so-human failings behind them. I began to imagine how differently carbon reduction treaty talks […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201824 Views

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First Nations connected to Ontario’s power grid – CTV News

TORONTO — The first of 17 remote First Nations has been connected to Ontario’s power grid under a $1.6-billion expansion project. The diesel generating station in Pikangikum First Nation, more than 200 kilometres north of Kenora, Ont., was shut down Thursday as the transmission lines to the provincial grid were energized. The work is part […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201829 Views

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Senate highlights — Nov. 26 and Dec. 10 – Dal News

December 21, 2018 Following each meeting of the Dalhousie University Senate, Dal News highlights some of the presentations and decisions made. Senate is the university’s senior academic governing body, with membership consisting of elected representatives from Dal’s Faculties and the University Libraries, elected student representatives, a representative from the University of King’s College and Dal’s […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201826 Views

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Respect First Nation sovereignty to avoid courts and gain predictability says NDP leader – APTN News

December 21, 2018 Jagmeet Singh has been leader of the federal NDP party for just over a year and during that time he has seen how First Nations use courts to stop the federal government from trampling over their rights, such as the expansion of the Trans Mountain bitumen pipeline. Several First Nations believed they […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201826 Views

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It’s not the end,’ community leader vows after Hillside Beach cultural centre destroyed by fire – CBC

Windy Hill lodge, part of Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre in Winnipeg, burned to the ground Wednesday Dec 21, 2018 Community members involved in a cultural centre in Hillside Beach, Man., are entering a healing period after the centre burned to the ground in a fire earlier this week, says the leader of the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201832 Views

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Indigenous Institute unveils new website and logo – BayToday

‘We are adding, stone by stone, a new layer to the foundation created over decades by Indigenous educators and advocates’ The Indigenous Advanced Education and Skills Council (IAESC) has a new logo and website.to celebrate the first anniversary of the Indigenous Institutes Act receiving royal assent Dec. 14, 2017. IAESC was created through legislation as […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201821 Views

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Feds invests $295K in two NB Indigenous forestry projects – Canadian Biomass

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 Nation will receive $255,000 over multiple years to establish a forest-based community business that will create jobs and increase revenue in the community. So far, […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201819 Views

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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 be “afraid” and pass an NDP private member’s bill to harmonize Canada’s laws with the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Bill C-262, […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201817 Views

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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 — an illegal tax,” said Long Plain First Nation Chief Dennis Meeches. Two pot stores are operating on Long Plain land now. The province is […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201818 Views

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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 of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) and the government signed the Canada-Congress of Aboriginal Peoples Political Accord recently. “This is a significant step forward in recognizing CAP […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201818 Views

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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 also denouncing the prejudice that followed the protest. On Dec. 10, a group of Secwépemc protesters disrupted a government pre-consultation roundtable with local Indigenous groups […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201828 Views

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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 shooting in October 2017 after crashing through two police cars following a pursuit. Manitoba RCMP reviewed the case and found that — contrary to RCMP […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201826 Views

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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 next four years. The values, objectives, and actions are part of Victoria council’s draft strategic plan, which is posted online along with a provisional budget. […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201825 Views

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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 on behalf of Indigenous women who say they were subjected to forced sterilizations. The lawsuit seeks $500 million in damages, plus an additional $50 million […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201827 Views

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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 to a proposed class action filed on Thursday. In an untested statement of claim, the survivors of the Scoop argue they were deprived of their […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201824 Views

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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. Eleanore Sunchild is one of 18 lawyers in the province to be honoured with the title in the province’s announcement Dec. 18. Sunchild, from Thunderchild […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201823 Views

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Sudbury has its first deputy police chief – The Sudbury Star

December 20, 2018 Sudbury has its first female deputy police chief. Sheilah Weber, who will take over from retiring deputy Al Lekun in the new year, also made history in 2014 when she was the first woman elevated by Greater Sudbury Police to the role of superintendent. “I’m very excited, and feel truly honoured and […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201829 Views

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Culturally Specific Child Care Helps Instil Pride In Indigenous Kids – HuffPost Canada

12/19/2018 “I’ve heard it described as a program that strives to give back what residential schools took away.” Growing up, Dawn Westlands lived in an urban centre and because of the city environment, she didn’t have a supportive cultural influence outside of her family and friends. Now, she works at Eagle’s Nest Aboriginal Head Start […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201837 Views

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Process Nerd: Unfinished House (and Senate) business from fall sitting – iPolitics.ca

Dec 20, 2018 If pressed, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale would likely admit, albeit grudgingly, that there’s a fair-to-medium chance his government’s much-touted overhaul of Canada’s firearms laws won’t make it to the legislative finish line before the next election, as reported by iPolitics’ own Tim Naumetz. The question of gun control is, after all, […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201828 Views

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PAGC chiefs praise police for acting on Indigenous representation – Prince Albert Daily Herald

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 (PAGC) chiefs are expressing appreciation to the police service for their appointments of Indigenous members. The police service has had many shifts in positions in […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201821 Views

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Countries move to re-balance the revenue scales in 2018 – CIM Magazine

Increasing state revenue from mining operations and generating foreign investment among the changes to legislation around the world this year Making countries more attractive to foreign investment, minority and Indigenous rights, and rebalancing the revenue scales between companies and countries factored prominently in mining legislation changes around the world in 2018. Below is a look […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201823 Views

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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 referendum on electoral reform, the nation asked members to say yes or no to questions about revising its 40-year-old election rules in a referendum. Almost […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201820 Views

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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 how police deal with Indigenous people. RoseAnne Archibald made the comment late Wednesday in a statement responding to the recent reports on Thunder Bay Police […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201830 Views

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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, Fox said she remembers a time when strong friendships were more common between the two communities. Back when Cochrane was only first being established and […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201826 Views

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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 procedure performed on him or her without free, prior and informed consent, adding that pressuring women into being sterilized is not only a violation of […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201834 Views

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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 on social housing toward a new model of private home ownership to prevent a Cree “exodus” into neighbouring non-Indigenous towns. Addressing the housing crisis in […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201821 Views

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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 service itself and said it planned a formal apology. At a board meeting on Tuesday, a newly appointed administrator expressed acceptance of the findings by […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201829 Views

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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 the graduation rate “unprecedented” at a Dec. 12 SD46 board meeting where he highlighted the numbers during his report to trustees. For the 2017-18 school […]

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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 the park across from the Thunder Bay courthouse where she said her son was found dead by hanging in October. The Thunder Bay police continue […]

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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 in Edmonton have issued the lawsuit for Indigenous persons who were subjected to excessive force by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Nunavut, Yukon and […]

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Manitoba premier says he will enforce fee on Indigenous cannabis retailers – Globalnews.ca

December 20, 2018 Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says his government will enforce a cannabis retailers’ fee on First Nations store owners in the new year, setting up another potential clash with Indigenous leaders. The Progressive Conservative government is requiring all cannabis retailers to pay what it calls a social responsibility fee. The levy amounts to […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201837 Views

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New stop signs promote Wolastoqey language at Kingsclear First Nation – CBC

Band councillor Keyaira Gruben hopes Wolastoqey stop signs will help revitalize the language Dec 19, 2018 New stop signs at Kingsclear First Nation are doing more than just telling people to stop. The new signs have the Wolastoqey translation above the English, something band councillor Keyaira Gruben hopes will promote the language. “It really kind […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201824 Views

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JWN’s top 10 oil and gas news stories of 2018 – JWN

Dec. 19, 2018 We’ve reached the last week in 2018 of daily oil and gas news publishing on jwnenergy.com. To say it has been a challenging year would be a gross understatement. It’s broadly recognized at this point that Canadian oil and gas is in nothing short of crisis. The lack of sufficient market access […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201829 Views

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2018 year in review: Resources – Business in Vancouver

December 19, 2018 Sawmills cut production B.C.’s forestry industry started 2018 on a high note and ended on a low one. In the first two quarters of 2018, B.C. forestry companies were still profiting from high lumber prices in the U.S., some of them reaping record profits. But by the fourth quarter of 2018, all […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201827 Views

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UCCM Police shuts down two cannabis dispensaries – Manitoulin Expositor

December 19, 2018 Police chief reminds entrepreneurs about Ontario regulations MANITOULIN—With the recent closure of two illegal cannabis shops in two Island communities, the United Chiefs and Councils of Manitoulin Anishnaabe Police is reminding residents on the seven First Nations communities they serve that, under current provincial law, it is illegal to sell cannabis. This […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201832 Views

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Regina police chief says justice camp was one of his biggest challenges – CBC

Evan Bray says relationship with provincial government ‘strained’ during protest camp Dec 19, 2018 Regina police chief Evan Bray says dealing with the protest camp that established itself on the lawn in front of the Saskatchewan legislature was one of the biggest challenges in his two years on the job. “That was quite a journey,” […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201828 Views

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List of concerns disability advocates have about Accessible Canada Act – TheChronicleHerald.ca

A list of concerns disability advocates have expressed about the federal government’s Accessible Canada Act: — Bill C 81 does not include timelines, which advocates say are essential to ensure that key accessibility measures are taken. — It imposes no duty on government to use the powers available in the bill. — While it calls […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201850 Views

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A look at how Iqaluit’s inmates spend Christmas – Nunatsiaq News

19 December, 2018 “Maybe it is a little reflection period” While serving time is never easy, inmates at Iqaluit’s jails get 10 days of a softer sentence during the Christmas holidays. At the end of December each year, the jails operate on a special weekend routine that lasts from Dec. 22 until Jan. 2. “Some […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201830 Views

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The 10 Best Canadian Architecture Projects of 2018 – Azure

Canada is as sprawling as it is diverse, so capturing the architectural zeitgeist is no small feat. But Azure’s editors are up for the task. Here – from Calgary’s library of the future to a new Indigenous student centre at Toronto’s Seneca College – is the best Canadian architecture of 2018. Everyone in Winnipeg has […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201849 Views

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Two First Nations oppose extension of Syncrude oilsands mine – CBC

‘The MLX Project is going to tip the balance, pushing the area beyond the point where it can be restored’ Dec 19, 2018 Two First Nations are voicing their opposition to the extension of a legacy oilsands mine north of Fort McMurray before the project goes to an energy review next month. The Athabasca Chipewyan […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201833 Views

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Who’s winning federal contracts in Ottawa-Gatineau? – Ottawa Business Journal

Colliers Project Leaders Inc. AND Tiree Facility Solutions Inc. (joint venture) 2720 Iris St. Project management support services Buyer: PWGSC $6,021,255 Econ Inc. O/A DBS International 900-275 Slater St. TASK based professional services (TSPS) requirement – business analyst Buyer: Health Canada $1,220,400 Read More: https://obj.ca/article/whos-winning-federal-contracts-ottawa-gatineau-11

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201838 Views

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Saskatoon police cleared in starlight tour complaint, says Chief Troy Cooper – The Star

Dec. 18, 2018 Saskatoon police say they have been cleared of wrongdoing after an Indigenous man accused officers of driving him out of the city limits and leaving him to walk home. Ken Thomas filed an allegation with the Provincial Complaints Commission, an independent body that oversees complaints against police. He says police took him […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201830 Views

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Sachigo Lake geologist to be recognized by mining industry association – Northern Ontario Business

Gordon Maxwell will receive the Skookum Jim Award from PDAC in March Gordon Maxwell of Sachigo Lake First Nation will be recognized by the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) this spring. Maxwell, a well-known and respected geologist with more than 35 years in the mining industry, will receive the Skookum Jim Award during […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201831 Views

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Tina Fontaine’s school honours her with mural 4 years after her death – CBC

Powerview School painting depicts Fontaine, who was 15 when she was found dead in Red River in Winnipeg The school where Tina Fontaine spent much of her youth has memorialized her with a mural, four years after the 15-year-old was found dead in the Red River in Winnipeg. The painting in a hallway at Powerview […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201825 Views

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Takeovers of police services boards happen rarely – TB Newswatch

An administrator has only been appointed on one other occasion THUNDER BAY — When the Ontario Civilian Police Commission on December 14 appointed an administrator for the Thunder Bay Police Services Board, it was only the second time it had taken such drastic action. Executive Chair Linda Lamoureux of the Safety, Licensing Appeals and Standards […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201819 Views

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Reconciliation involves learning from our history – St. Albert Gazette

Dec 19, 2018 Re: Why have we honoured a residential school advocate? (St. Albert Gazette, Your Views, Dec. 1). I congratulate the Gazette on its ongoing and unique efforts to educate readers about the rich history of this region. It is true that Bishop Vital Justin Grandin played a significant role in the development of […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201824 Views

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CSIS gathered info on peaceful groups, but only in pursuit of threats: Watchdog – CBC

Committee concluded fears of CSIS surveillance were unjustified December 19, 2018 Canada’s spy service collected some information about peaceful anti-petroleum groups, but only incidentally in the process of investigating legitimate threats to projects such as oil pipelines, says a long-secret federal watchdog report. The newly disclosed report from the Security Intelligence Review Committee acknowledges concerns […]

by pmnationtalk on December 19, 201821 Views

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