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Glooscap First Nation re-elects chief – Nova News Now

February 27, 2017 GLOOSCAP, N.S. – Sidney Carl Peters has been re-elected as the chief of the Glooscap First Nation. He will be joined by two fellow incumbents and one…

What Indigenous restorative justice processes look like in Sask. – Parkland Online

February 27, 2017 Last week, the defence in a violent Regina manslaughter case called for a non-jail sentence, arguing the accused should instead receive “intense counselling” on a First Nation. Dale Stonechild, 62, was convicted…

Hay River Reserve reviving its fire department after years of inactivity – CBC

New fire chief aims to have department up and running within a year Feb 27, 2017 With an easy crossing from Hay River, it’s not a problem in the winter for…

British Columbia appoints new head of treaty commission – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Feb 27, 2017 14:08 VICTORIA – A lawyer who is known for her work with the Musqueam First Nation has been appointed chief commissioner of the…

NDP calls for Q3 budget update to be released in Saskatchewan amid deficit talk – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Feb 27, 2017 12:59 SASKATOON _ The Opposition NDP is calling for a budget update, saying the Saskatchewan Party government is hiding the truth about the province’s finances. The…

Liberals’ heavy-handed health-care push part of endless political cycle – The Globe and Mail

February 27, 2017 The Trudeau government is trying to bribe or blackmail the provincial premiers into making federal Liberal health-care priorities their own, by offering increased funding on the condition…

NDP leadership race expands with Charlie Angus entering the fold – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Feb 26, 2017 By Kristy Kirkup THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA _ And then there were two. Ontario MP Charlie Angus officially entered the NDP leadership race Sunday _…

Prison violence leaves Ottawa with growing legal burden: ‘It’s an awful lot’ – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Feb 27, 2017 By Michael Tutton THE CANADIAN PRESS HALIFAX _ Canada’s prison service faced 1,200 legal actions at the end of last March _ a figure the…

Christy Clark’s Election Goodies Budget Clearly Aimed At Getting Votes On May 9 – Link Newspaper

Premier Christy Clark put out her last budget before the British Columbia goes to the polls on May 9 and so it’s no surprise that it had goodies for the…

What a huge celebration’: Indigenous graduation rates improving in Regina – CBC

Graduation rate for Indigenous students at Regina Public Schools has increased by 2 per cent since 2014 Feb 27, 2017 Regina Public Schools is celebrating rising graduation rates for Indigenous…

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