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anuary 31, 2019 Katelyn Crabtree was hired in September without any pomp or circumstance I thought maybe I missed a news release from the city. But after doing a search…

Grandaddy’ of jerky: traditional Indigenous dry meat hits the global market – CBC

Feb 01, 2019 ‘Our elders designed this for thousands of years’ Ian Gladue?was watching his mother cut up dry meat in her kitchen when he said it hit him:?“Holy smokes,…

Canada signs deal with Native Women’s Association, promises greater role for Indigenous women in policy development – APTN News

On Friday Canada and the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) signed an agreement they say will give Indigenous women greater say in federal decision-making processes that impact Indigenous peoples.…

Two new sewage trucks to arrive in Nunavut community next week – Nunatsiaq News

February 1, 2019 The Hamlet of Baker Lake says it’s maintaining basic services in the community of 2,000 while it waits for two new sewage trucks set to arrive from…

Victim in fatal police shooting had mental illness, family says – CBC

Family members of the 30-year-old Indigenous man?fatally shot by Ottawa police on Thursday say he was mentally ill?and was heading to a pharmacy to pick up?medication when the altercation happened.…

Northern Pulp asks for one-year extension on effluent plan – Pulp & Paper Canada

February 1, 2019 – Northern Pulp has submitted a request to the Nova Scotia government to extend the deadline to move its effluent drainage system, and indicated that it may…

Busted again: Six Nations police raid Georgia Peach’s latest attempt at a storefront – TheSpec.com

Dispensary chain had four locations closed by Hamilton police last week, opened and closed another store, before Six Nations venture On the same day Georgia Peach announced it had opened…

Removing monuments, renaming streets not priority for Indigenous Manitobans: poll – CBC

Jan 31, 2019 Majority surveyed favour education over renaming Bishop Grandin Boulevard While Winnipeg wrestles with how to handle historical markers that do not reflect Indigenous perspectives, a new poll…

Ellen Page calls out environmental racism in Nova Scotia on Stephen Colbert’s show – Toronto Star

Feb. 1, 2019 HALIFAX—Ellen Page used a late-night TV appearance on Thursday to lambaste conservative politicians in the U.S. and decry environmental racism in her home province in Canada. In…

Artist incorporates Indian Act into jingle dress regalia – CBC

Feb 01, 2019 Regalia part of Aboriginal Visual Arts Exhibition in Fredericton A Wolastoqew artist has made a jingle dress adorned with shreds of the Indian Act to honour the…

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