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Halifax schools could acknowledge aboriginal territory in daily announcements – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 24, 2017  By Alison Auld THE CANADIAN PRESS HALIFAX _ The morning ritual for Halifax students may soon be expanded beyond the national anthem, to include a daily reminder that their school sits on traditional Mi’kmaq territory. A member of the Halifax Regional School Board is proposing that an acknowledgment be read […]

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GroundWire: April 24, 2017 – Media Co-op

Hands off Syria, Apprehension of Indigenous Children, CRTC hearing of Indigenous Radio Station Applicants This episode of GroundWire was produced on Anishinabe territory in Thunder Bay, ON part of the Robinson Superior Treaty, home of the Fort William First Nation Headlines The Worsening fentanyl Crisis in Vancouver’s downtown Eastside | Omme-Salma Rahemtullah with files from […]

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Halifax schools could acknowledge aboriginal territory in daily announcements – CTV

April 24, 2017 HALIFAX — The morning ritual for Halifax students may soon be expanded beyond the national anthem, to include a daily reminder that their school sits on traditional Mi’kmaq territory. A member of the Halifax Regional School Board is proposing that an acknowledgment be read out as part of morning announcements. Jessica Rose, […]

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Building future wealth for First Nations – Canadian Lawyer

April 24, 2017 Howard Morry has been associated with First Nations work since the 1980s in the early days of his career. Often, he was focused on economic development projects and occasionally observing the obstacles First Nations faced in trying to grow their economic base. Over time, as a tax lawyer working with First Nations […]

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Eskasoni medical student recognized with award – Cape Breton Post

April 23, 2017 SYDNEY — Aaron Prosper is looking to the future with a solid understanding of the past. The 21-year-old Eskasoni man was recently recognized for his dedication to aboriginal education as he was named Dalhousie University’s student councillor of the year, an award bestowed annually on a student who has demonstrated a commitment […]

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N.L. fisherman on hunger strike taken from protest site in ambulance – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 23, 2017 ST. JOHN’S, N.L. _ A Newfoundland fisherman was hauled off in an ambulance 11 days into his hunger strike in front of the federal fisheries headquarters in St. John’s. Richard Gillett says he has consumed only water since he set up camp outside the building on April 13 to protest […]

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Nova Scotia opposition parties brace for election amid government spending spree – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 23, 2017  By Adina Bresge THE CANADIAN PRESS HALIFAX _ An election date has not been set, but Nova Scotia’s opposition leaders say their campaigns are in full swing with candidates knocking on doors, holding a rally and raising eyebrows about the Liberal government’s recent spending spree. NDP Leader Gary Burrill said […]

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Indigenous communities in New Brunswick to benefit from increased snow crab – APTN

April 20, 2017 Mi’kmaq and Maliseet communities in New Brunswick are hoping a bump in their snow crab quotas will help pay for programs that are underfunded by the federal government. The department of Fisheries and Oceans announced April 12 it is using a surplus of crab stocks to ensure Indigenous communities receive an increase […]

by ahnationtalk on April 21, 201711 Views

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N.S. review of ‘conquered people’ brief complete, but minister won’t comment – APTN

April 20, 2017 A review of a controversial Crown brief that implied the Mi’kmaq are a conquered people is now complete, but Nova Scotia’s justice minister refused Wednesday to divulge its contents. “I’ve seen the report and I’m not able to give any information about it,” Diana Whalen said after a cabinet meeting. “It’s got […]

by ahnationtalk on April 21, 20178 Views

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Esgenoôpetitj needs rehab facility, says drug counsellor – CBC

A week after 5 people overdosed on pills that possibly contained fentanyl, many community members struggle Apr 20, 2017 Theresa Bonnell is “expecting a phone call anytime” with news of one of her Esgenoôpetitj First Nation relatives struggling with addiction. “I had a phone call the other morning,” she said. “It was a little after […]

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