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Canada’s Top School by Student Satisfaction 2019 – Macleans.ca

In this year’s student survey, we introduced a new question about how universities are making Indigenous histories, cultures and languages visible on campus Oct 11, 2018 The student voice plays a crucial role in assessing campus life. More than 23,000 university students responded to Maclean’s online survey, giving their opinions on professors and staff, residence […]

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Why No Indigenous Presence on Violence Against Women Committee, asks Advocate – VOCM

A member of an Inuit women’s association in Labrador says she’s disappointed and insulted that there is no Indigenous voice or representation on the Minister’s Committee on Violence Against Women and Girls. Kim Campbell-MacLean is the Executive Director of the Regional Inuit Women’s Association, based in North West River, Labrador. She told VOCM Open Line […]

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Nova Scotia RCMP builds force’s 1st permanent sweat lodge at Dartmouth headquarters – CBC

Ceremonial structure aimed at promoting understanding, strengthening relationships with Mi’kmaw communities Oct 11, 2018 Indigenous and non-Indigenous members of the Nova Scotia RCMP have a new place for prayer and self-reflection thanks to a permanent sweat lodge built behind the Dartmouth headquarters. The sweat lodge, a first for an RCMP division, was unveiled and used […]

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BR NB Legislature – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Oct 11, 2018 2:05 FREDERICTON – Premier Brian Gallant will convene a new session of the New Brunswick legislature on October 23rd, but there are increasing signs his government may not be able to hold on to power. Gallant’s Liberals won 21 seats in last month’s provincial election _ one fewer […]

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BR NS Tire Burning – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Oct 11, 2018  HALIFAX – A controversial plan to let a Nova Scotia cement plant burn massive numbers of tires has been given a regulatory green light by the province. The Environment Department issued industrial approval to the Lafarge plant in Brookfield, allowing it to conduct a one-year pilot project […]

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N.B. Greens say no deal with Liberals, Tories as legislature resumes Oct. 23 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 10, 2018  FREDERICTON _ Premier Brian Gallant will convene a new session of the New Brunswick legislature on Oct. 23, but he has been unable to come to a formal agreement with the Greens in his bid to stay in power. Gallant’s Liberals won 21 seats in last month’s provincial election _ […]

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CIBC Multicultural Centre focal point of new Dal AC learning area – Truro Daily News

A recent, generous gift of $250,000 from CIBC has established the CIBC Multicultural Centre in the Student Learning Commons on the Dalhousie Agricultural Campus. Located in the heart of the Bible Hill campus, the new Student Learning Commons was conceived with the idea to bring campus together, building community among students, faculty and staff – […]

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BR NB Election – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Oct 10, 2018 FREDERICTON – New Brunswick’s Progressive Conservative leader says he’s already making preparations to form government. Blaine Higgs told reporters yesterday that he will meet with the Tory caucus to discuss who would take on cabinet roles and how a Higgs government would proceed. His party squeaked out […]

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This week at the SCC – Canadian Lawyer

October 9, 2018 The Supreme Court of Canada will hear three appeals this week, its first of the fall session. The first two appeals involve charges of sexual assault against Indigenous persons, while the third concerns an alleged Charter breach in a search-and-seizure case. Civil procedure, class actions: While a student at an Indian residential […]

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From the Perspective of the First Mainers: Workshop Teaches Wabanaki History – Bowdoin

The Wabanaki map literally at the center of a recent Bowdoin workshop was imprinted, like a fabric mosaic, of images integral to the history of the Wabanaki people and their culture: a red eagle, a tri-colored dream catcher, fish, and mammals. Over the course of the workshop, the Wabanaki map—the colorful storyboard in the middle […]

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