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Fort McMurray man raising awareness about missing Indigenous woman last seen 8 years ago – CBC

Security footage shows Janice Desjarlais climbing into a dumpster with her boyfriend in 2010 Jul 02, 2018 Martin Crummy protested on street corners around downtown Fort McMurray over the Canada Day long weekend to raise awareness about Janice Desjarlais, a missing Indigenous woman last seen nearly eight years ago. Crummy started his protest just metres […]

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From the shame of residential schools to the pride of the Summit series: What every Canadian should know about this country – Edmonton Journal

July 2, 2018 Canada’s 151st birthday doesn’t come with the hype of last year’s sesquicentennial. But anniversaries, no matter the increment, are always a chance to look back and reflect. Ahead of Sunday’s July 1 celebrations, Postmedia asked a dozen Edmonton leaders and thinkers to share a moment in Canadian history they think everyone should […]

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In the news today, July 3 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jul 3, 2018 Five stories in the news for Tuesday, July 3 ___ MMIW INQUIRY LAWYER STEPS DOWN A lawyer for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has resigned and lists government interference among his reasons. Breen Ouellette, who worked as a commission counsel at its Vancouver offices, […]

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Alberta’s energy regulator ignoring own rules on tailings ponds: critics – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jul 1, 2018  By Bob Weber THE CANADIAN PRESS EDMONTON _ Alvaro Pinto wants Alberta’s energy regulator to follow its own oilsands rules. The director of sustainability for the Fort McKay First Nation _ a community surrounded by oilsands developments _ said he doesn’t understand how the agency can say it’s going to […]

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In the news today, June 29 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jun 29, 2018  Five stories in the news for Friday, June 29 ___ DOUG FORD TO BE SWORN IN AS ONTARIO PREMIER The Doug Ford era officially begins today in Ontario. He will be sworn in as premier about three weeks after leading his Progressive Conservatives to a sweeping victory in the provincial […]

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Federal government puts $27.5M into Canada’s biggest national park – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jun 28, 2018 OTTAWA _ The federal government is putting up $27.5 million over the next five years for Canada’s biggest national park after concerns about its status as a world heritage site. Minister of Environment Catherine McKenna announced the money for Wood Buffalo National Park, which covers almost 45,000 square kilometres of […]

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Predictions of pipeline protest violence derided by organizers from both sides – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jun 28, 2018 By Dan Healing THE CANADIAN PRESS CALGARY _ Pro-pipeline activists who hit the streets in increasing numbers this year to try to drown out anti-pipeline picketers plan to continue to confront their adversaries, even in the face of predictions of protest line violence. Stay-at-home mom and part-time activist Nicole Wapple, […]

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Indigenous education framework established for Alberta’s children services workers – CISN Country

June 26, 2018 Alberta Children’s Services staff will receive training starting this fall about the impacts and history of colonialism. The province said the new Indigenous Cultural Understanding Framework will give staff a better understanding of the challenges and barriers Indigenous people face, so they can better serve the community. The framework will cover topics […]

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Study predicts Trans Mountain pipeline buy will add to federal deficit – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jun 26, 2018 CALGARY _ A study by a sustainable energy research group predicts the federal government’s purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline will add significantly to the deficit next year. The study by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis says the buying the Kinder Morgan Canada assets, plus planning and […]

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Canada’s largest national park, UNESCO site threatened: environmental assessment – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jun 26, 2018  By Bob Weber THE CANADIAN PRESS Federal documents echo earlier concerns that Canada’s largest national park faces long-term threats that could place it on a list of endangered world heritage sites. An environmental assessment provided to UNESCO says oilsands activity, climate change and hydro development are fundamentally changing the environment […]

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