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UNDRIP is a step towards reconciliation – Macleans.ca

Sarah Morales and Josh Nichols: The purpose of UNDRIP is to remedy the historical denial of self-determination and human rights of Canada’s First Nations people Nov 5, 2019 Sarah Morales…

Barbara Kay: Supplanting literary classics with native literature is a disservice to students – National Post

Orwell, Shakespeare and other canon favourites will be set aside in favour of a course wholly devoted to Indigenous writing in Ontario’s Essex County Some years ago, the late, great…

Ulukhaktok’s community-owned internet could deliver 10x speeds of Northwestel – CBC

Internet Society contributed $20K worth of equipment and training to get community network off ground Nov 06, 2019 The days of the internet monopoly in Ulukhaktok, N.W.T., are numbered. A…

Trans Mountain equity deal requires united indigenous group, resource summit told – Business in Vancouver

November 5, 2019 Indigenous communities that want to invest in the Trans Mountain pipeline have been urged to unite behind a group that has invited the participation of First Nations…

Sask. defence lawyers applaud Ont. judge’s ruling allowing jury selection challenges – CBC

A Hamilton judge’s decision has caught the attention of Saskatchewan attorneys Nov 06, 2019 Saskatchewan defence attorneys are welcoming a Hamilton, Ont., superior court judge’s decision to uphold the old…

iPolitics AM: Scheer faces critical test of caucus support as Trudeau talks trade with senior US Democrat – iPolitics

Nov 6, 2019 ALSO TODAY: Liberals gather to bid farewell to departing MPs — New reconciliation tour to highlight residential school experience After spending the last two weeks fending off…

Government of Nunavut returns to paper records and phone calls following ransomware attack – Nunatsiaq News

Far-reaching consequences may affect everything from student report cards to social assistance payments This past weekend’s ransomware attack on the Government of Nunavut has had far-reaching consequences, having frozen the…

Indigenous representation at Edmonton’s updated City Hall Plaza – CTV News

November 5, 2019 EDMONTON — The City of Edmonton officially raised five flags at the newly renovated City Hall Plaza on Tuesday. The flags of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Treaty 6…

Baffinland’s Inuit landlord won’t support Mary River expansion – Nunatsiaq News

4 November, 2019 “There are issues raised by impacted communities that have not yet been addressed” The Qikiqtani Inuit Association, which controls most of the land occupied by the Mary…

Elizabeth May stepping down, but says she will continue to advocate for Indigenous issues – APTN News

November 4, 2019 Elizabeth May announced Monday she is stepping down as leader of the Green Party that she brought into the House of Commons. She made the announcement in…

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