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First Nation was ‘uncooperative’ in Alton Gas consultation, says lawyer for province – CBC

Nova Scotia Supreme Court is being asked to rule on the Crown’s duty to consult Feb 19, 2020 A lawyer for the province says the government upheld its duty to consult with the Sipekne’katik First Nation on a controversial natural gas storage facility, and any perceived failure is the result of an “uncooperative” approach from […]

by ahnationtalk on February 19, 202025 Views

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New Policy on Research Impacting Indigenous Groups: Marine Institute Consultation – Gazette

C-2205, Hampton Hall, Marine Institute Ridge Road campus The Office of the Vice-President (Research) is hosting consultations regarding Memorial’s new Research Impacting Indigenous Groups policy. These consultations include discussion with Indigenous groups, peoples, and governments as well as staff, faculty, and students at Memorial. Come be a part of the conversation, full info, dates, and […]

by ahnationtalk on February 18, 202027 Views

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Communities ‘asked to clean up somebody else’s mess’ as day school settlement claims open old wounds – CBC

Atlantic First Nations health-care providers seeking trauma-informed clinicians, additional resources Feb 18, 2020 One month into the Indian day school settlement claims process, First Nations health officials in the Atlantic region are voicing their frustration over what they’re calling the “unethical” process and a lack of communication from the federal government. In January, the Atlantic […]

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Wet’suwet’en solidarity reaches Prince Edward Island – APTN News

February 16, 2020 Between 30 and 40 people have slowed traffic on the Confederation Bridge, which connects New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. The Mi’kmaq-led protest began just after 12 p.m. Sunday and is the latest in a growing number of direct action demonstrations in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs whose efforts to uphold their […]

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Country erupts into Wet’suwet’en solidarity demonstrations: A week in pictures – APTN News

February 15, 2020 It was a week that started in British Columbia and ended in protests, sit ins, blockades and marches across the country. The hashtag #wetsuwetenstrong and #shutdowncanada became popular on Twitter. Five Hereditary Chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en Nation are fighting against a 670-kilometre pipeline that will carry fracked natural gas across B.C., including […]

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Calgary-filmed series Tribal mixes Indigenous storytelling with police procedural – SaltWire Network

Partway through the first season of the new Calgary-shot police series, Tribal, an investigation leads the show’s two mismatched protagonists into the tragic world of missing Indigenous people. It was perhaps an inevitable topic for the series to tackle. Tribal, which debuts on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network on Feb. 20, mixes a police procedural […]

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Maritime propane supply runs low amid CN Rail shutdown – CBC

‘You currently have about 5 days before you’re getting pretty close to running out,’ says industry official Feb 14, 2020 Pipeline protests in central Canada have choked off the supply of propane by rail into the Maritimes, leading to rationing and fears of running out of supply. On Thursday evening, CN Rail, the country’s largest […]

by ahnationtalk on February 14, 202023 Views

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Who is eligible to be registered in your band and who gets do decide? – APTN News

February 13, 2020 The question of who is eligible to be registered in a band – and who makes that decision is the focus of a short APTN News Perspectives series. Correspondent Tamara Pimentel spoke to families who have children that are not included on a band’s roll for one reason or another. She wrote […]

by ahnationtalk on February 13, 202026 Views

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Defending Indigenous sovereignty from Wet’suwet’en Territory to Mi’kma’ki – The Coast Halifax

Actions of solidarity across the country as raids echo what’s happened in the past to Alton Gas protesters. Since last week, the RCMP has been executing almost daily raids and arresting Indigenous land defenders on Wet’suwet’en territory in BC, enforcing a court order to remove people from the land granted to Coastal GasLink for its […]

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Demonstration near Listuguj First Nation blocks railway traffic – CBC

A group has been blocking railway traffic in support of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs since Monday Feb 12, 2020 Members of the Mi’kmaq community of Listuguj First Nation in Quebec have been stopping traffic on the Gaspé railway outside their community since Monday afternoon. The community is just minutes from Campbellton, N.B. They have been […]

by ahnationtalk on February 12, 202021 Views

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