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Can universities lead the movement towards reconciliation? – Possiblecanadas.ca

Billy-Ray Belcourt smelled mustard when he opened the door to the University of Alberta Aboriginal Student Council office on Oct. 5, 2015. Somebody had graffitied the lounge’s walls with a spray of mustard and barbecue sauce over the weekend. Saddened, Belcourt, the president of the ASC, wrote a mournful Facebook status the same day, reading: […]

by ahnationtalk on November 24, 2015205 Views

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Edmonton Chamber of Commerce calls for tax freeze as public weighs in on city budget – Edmonton Journal

November 23, 2015 More than two dozen Edmonton residents turned out to weigh in on Edmonton’s next three-year operating budget Monday. The proposed budget includes a 4.9-per-cent tax increase, but doesn’t include a long list of new initiatives city council was hoping to see in the next couple years. Here are five arguments made. Freeze […]

by ahnationtalk on November 24, 2015200 Views

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Statement: Alberta climate plan an historic first step but more needs to be done

22 November 2015 (Edmonton) – Following today’s climate change plan announcement by the Government of Alberta, Mike Hudema, a Greenpeace Canada Climate and Energy campaigner said: “Today is an historic step for the province of Alberta. After too many years of previous provincial governments heading in the wrong direction and ignoring the problem, we applaud […]

by ahnationtalk on November 24, 2015197 Views

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Haskayne aboriginal students named scholars in Ch’nook Business Program – U of C

A couple of aboriginal students at Haskayne School of Business are discovering more options and meeting plenty of peers after being chosen as scholars in the Ch’nook Aboriginal Business Program, an initiative helping to create sustainable and self-sufficient economies in aboriginal communities. “I often felt like I was the only one,” says Cheyenne Danelle McGinnis, […]

by ahnationtalk on November 24, 2015103 Views

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Acclaimed Métis filmmaker Gil Cardinal dead at 65 – CBC

‘The world lost an amazing storyteller,’ former CBC anchor Carla Robinson writes Nov 23, 2015 Gil Cardinal, an acclaimed Métis filmmaker, director and writer, has died at age 65. “The world lost an amazing storyteller,” wrote former CBC anchor Carla Robinson. “May he rest peacefully with his ancestors.” Robinson narrated one of Cardinal’s last films, […]

by pmnationtalk on November 24, 2015108 Views

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A Movement Rises – Open Canada

This story, much like Indigenous history, does not begin in a vacuum. Relatives of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people* have been on the front lines searching for their loved ones and for answers in every city, community and institution in Canada for decades. At the same time, and with the same […]

by pmnationtalk on November 24, 2015106 Views

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NorthStar Ford Group Canada Employees Collect 6,400 Pounds of Food and $3,219.40 in Monetary Donations for We Day’s Free the Children We Scare Hunger Campaign

Employees Walk Door-to-Door Collecting Food, Halloween Costumes and Cash, Filling Up Truckloads of F150s FORT MCMURRAY, AB–(Nov 23, 2015) – NorthStar Ford Group Canada employees, who work at locations in Fort McMurray, Cochrane, Fort McKay and Calgary, walked door-to-door throughout local communities to collect food, cash and Halloween costumes for kids in October. The end […]

by pmnationtalk on November 24, 2015135 Views

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Canadian Rangers Joined in Massive Search for Charnelle Masakeyash – Net Newsledger

November 20, 2015 MISHKEEGOGAMING – A small group of Canadian Rangers from Pickle Lake and Mishkeegogamang First Nation played a key role in the search for Charnelle Masakeyash, which was conducted in the bush and waters between the two communities. The search was discontinued on Thursday after it failed to find any evidence of her […]

by pmnationtalk on November 24, 201590 Views

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Chamber sees NDP carbon plan as another cost layered onto business – 630 News

November 23, 2015 The Edmonton chamber of commerce says Sunday’s carbon tax announcement from the NDP is just one more example of how added costs are piling on to make business ‘more difficult’ It’s President and CEO came to City Hall looking for relief. “Everything that you hear, and every new announcement that’s coming out […]

by pmnationtalk on November 24, 201595 Views

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Pathways 2016 National Youth Conference Gathers and Educates Canada’s Indigenous Youth to Fill the Labour Gap in the Skilled Trades

Pathways 2016 National Youth Conference Gathers and Educates Canada’s Indigenous Youth to Fill the Labour Gap in the Skilled Trades November 23, 2015 … Treaty No. 6 (Edmonton, AB) … Pathways 2016: Gathering our Nations’ Youth for Trades is a national conference bringing together Canada’s Indigenous youth (ages 16-30), exposing them to information and resources […]

by pmnationtalk on November 23, 2015366 Views

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