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Addressing Inuit housing shortage will be key to eliminating TB, says study – Nunatsiaq News

18 April, 2019 “Alleviating the chronic housing shortage will be a key element in the elimination of TB in the Canadian Inuit Nunangat” If the Canadian government plans to live…

Casino Rama Remains Uncertain about Ontario 2019 Budget’s Actual Impact – Casino Reports

Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government would seek to introduce free alcohol consumption in casino venues with the help of the recently issued budget for the following year. This is projected to…

Amid conflict, two new Salt River councillors named – Cabin Radio

April 18, 2019 Warren Gagnon and Warren Sikyea are to join Salt River First Nation’s council, months after three councillors left their positions amid continued conflict. Councillors Ronnie Schaefer, Freda…

Budget reductions deep and cruel, says MPP Mantha – Manitoulin Expositor

April 18, 2019 ONTARIO—Algoma-Manitoulin MPP Michael Mantha says cuts were definitely expected in the Ontario budget delivered last week. However, he said, the cuts made were especially deep and cruel…

No First Nations, Métis candidates elected in Alberta – APTN News

April 17, 2019 None of the 19 Indigenous candidates who ran in Alberta’s provincial election Tuesday were successful in their bids for public office. “I’m discouraged,” said Taz Bouchier, a…

Sohi delays decision on Trans Mountain pipeline – National Observer

April 18th 2019 The Trudeau government says it isn’t satisfied with First Nations consultations on the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion project, and is pushing back its deadline to make…

Closing arguments in Ontario carbon tax court battle coming today – CBC

4 day hearing of constitutional challenge to federal carbon tax comes to a close Thursday Apr 18, 2019 Lawyers for the federal and Ontario government’s are back in court on…

Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq grandmothers to launch land title claim against gas project – Advocate Daily

HALIFAX — Three Indigenous women described as “grassroots grandmothers” who were arrested last week at a rural construction site north of Halifax have filed a title claim over land where…

Tristin Hopper: How environmentalists killed Rachel Notley’s government – Ottawa Citizen

Notley wanted to build one federally approved pipeline with widespread Indigenous support. What did she get instead? Lawsuits and protests. Great job, everybody April 17, 2019 Under Rachel Notley, oil…

Federal climate law crucial to Indigenous constitutional rights, court told – Toronto Star

April 17, 2019 TORONTO—The federal government has no choice but to tackle greenhouse gas emissions given the catastrophic impact unchecked global warming will have on Canada’s Indigenous people, Ontario’s top…

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