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Canada: Duty To Consult Requires A Potentially Material Adverse Effect – Mondaq News Alerts

On April 23, 2020, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed, with costs, an application for leave to appeal the PEI Court of Appeal’s decision in Mi’kmaq of P.E.I. v. Province…

iPolitics AM: Scheer set to make the case for reopening the House as May 25 deadline looms – iPolitics

May 19, 2020 ALSO TODAY: COVID-19 special committee holds virtual meeting — Bloc Quebecois leader holds media availability — Theresa Tam briefs House health committee As the clock ticks down…

New Canada Water Agency to provide solutions for emerging water crisis—expert panel – USask

The new Canada Water Agency—a mandated commitment of the federal government—will provide much-needed solutions to the emerging water crisis, according to Tom Axworthy, chair of a national water policy panel…

Oil revenues plunge for many Indigenous communities in Western Canada – CBC

‘We’re trying our best to adjust and keep our head above water,’ says Alberta chief as oil production halts May 17, 2020 Considering how much effort the Frog Lake First…

An empowered GG could restore Crown’s role as Treaty partner – Policy Options

May 15, 2020 The PM should direct the governor general to take a greater role in convening Indigenous partners, reflecting the values inherent in Treaty. The protests and blockades that…

New cannabis store approved to open – The North Bay Nugget

May 15, 2020 A second cannabis store has been approved to open on Nipissing First Nation. Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) spokesperson Ray Kahnert said Thursday that Cheerful…

Nunavut Sivuniksavut celebrates graduation online – Nunatsiaq News

14 May 2020 “Now I can say that I’ve experienced something huge that will be remembered for many years” There were graduate gowns, speeches and tears. But Nunavut Sivuniksavut’s 2020…

Fort William First Nation reopens retail stores – Anishinabek News

FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION — Fort William’s retail stores were reopened May 4 for Fort William citizens and May 5 for the general public after closing in early April due…

Morning Brief: Make sure to use two-factor authentication, health researchers – iPolitics

May 15, 2020 Good Friday morning, readers. Health researchers and groups working on Canada’s response to COVID-19 are facing an increased risk of hacking and espionage sponsored by other countries,…

About-face on schools, Indigenous tour guides, more news – Montreal Gazette

Thursday, May 14, 2020: Here are some of the stories we’ve been following today. In his first visit to Montreal since the coronavirus outbreak began, Premier François Legault announced Thursday…

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