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Protected: A Covid 19 Disaster In Aroland First Nation, An Indigenous Health Center’s Discriminatory Outlook & The Failed Actions To Protect Or Help All It’s Citizens

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Canada Helps Young Women Prepare For High Demand And Well Paying Jobs In The Skilled Trades

To keep Canada’s economy strong and growing, workers will need the right skills to fill in-demand and well-paying jobs. The Government of Canada is taking steps to encourage young Canadians facing barriers to explore careers in the trades. Today, the Honourable Filomena Tassi, Minister of Labour, on behalf of the

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Fifteen Defendants Indicted on Federal Racketeering and Drug Conspiracy Charges at Jessup Correctional Institution

A federal grand jury has indicted 15 defendants on federal racketeering and drug conspiracy charges at the Jessup Correctional Institution (JCI), including correctional officers, inmates, and outside “facilitators,” for allegedly paying bribes to correctional officers to smuggle contraband, including narcotics, alcohol, tobacco, and cell phones into the prison.  The indictment

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New Water Treatment Plant In Lac Seul First Nation Ends 17 Year Long Drinking water Advisory

The Government of Canada and First Nations communities are working in partnership to improve water infrastructure on reserves and support access to safe, clean and reliable drinking water. Today, the Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Indigenous Services, together with Chief Derek Maud and the community of Lac Seul First Nation,

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First Nations And Natural Resources: A Different Picture

Protests are taking place across the country as certain members of First Nations express their opposition to the Coastal GasLink energy project in British Columbia. Yet according to Germain Belzile, Senior Associate Researcher at the MEI, we must keep in mind that the democratically elected band councils of the communities

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AFN’s Federal Class Action Lawsuit Will Fight for Justice and Fairness for Victims of First Nations Child Welfare System

The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) has filed a federal class action lawsuit to seek damages and justice for the thousands of First Nations children and families that have been discriminated against by Canada’s child welfare system that incentivized the removal of First Nation children from their families and Nations.

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Students: Put More Money In Your Pockets With Benefits And Credits!

Made no or almost no money last year? We can help you file your taxes so that you don’t miss out on a refund, or benefits and credits. You should always file your taxes and file them on time to qualify for any benefits and credits you are entitled to

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Canada Supports The Survival of Wood Bison, An Iconic And Majestic Animal

As a recognized leader in conservation, Parks Canada has made lasting contributions to wildlife conservation for over a century, including the recovery of species at risk such as the wood bison. The Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, announced that 14

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Air Traffic Specialists Ratify Collective Agreement

Unifor Local 2245 members who work as Canadian air traffic specialists have voted 93 per cent in favour of ratifying a new four-year collective agreement with Nav Canada. “The bargaining committee has proven that being united and working hard are two key ingredients to successful collective bargaining,” said Jerry Dias,

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What Is Gray Death? The Lethal Heroin Fentanyl And Opioid Combination Reportedly Found In US

ST. MARY PARISH, La – Members of the public are asked to familiarize themselves with the appearance of pieces of gray death, a drug combination consisting of heroin, fentanyl, and other deadly opioids. The drug takes the shape of small pieces of concrete and rocks. Individually, the drugs combined to

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Top Photojournalists Recognized at Largest Competition in Canada

Great photos tell stories. They transcend language and cultural barriers and speak to basic human nature.  A great photo is a snapshot of time that can reveal the world’s most profound tales of heartbreak, joy and reality with one single image. Today, the News Photographers Association of Canada (NPAC) is pleased

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Risky, Leader of MS-13’s Hollywood Clique Sentenced To 24 Years To Life For Murder And Conspiracy

Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration New York Division Special Agent in Charge Ray Donovan announced that the leader of MS-13’s Hollywood Clique on Long Island was sentenced to 24 years to life in prison on murder and conspiracy charges. David Sosa-Guevara, also known as

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Twenty Seven Individuals Charged or Arrested As Part Of US Joint Law Enforcement Effort

DEA New England Division Special Agent in Charge Brian D. Boyle and United States Attorney Christina E. Nolan announced the results of a multi-agency, multi-jurisdictional law enforcement effort that focused on drug trafficking in Rutland, Vermont and the surrounding area. During the months-long operation conducted by federal, state, local, and county

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New York Mayor de Blasio Addresses Police Involved Shooting in 41st Precinct

New York City – This morning a gunman walked into the 41st Precinct in the Bronx and shot an officer. The alleged gunman who shot up an NYPD station house in The Bronx early Sunday has been identified by police sources as Robert Williams, a career criminal with busts including

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OPP Video Series Focuses on Historical and Unsolved Cases

After the success of the OPP Investigative Lens – Serial Instinct video series, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) turns the lens to a new series focused on unsolved homicide and missing person cases. The OPP provides a behind-the-scenes look at open investigations and unique techniques in

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Group Successfully Launches World-record Firework

With the successful launch of a 62-inch, 2,797-pound firework nearly a mile into the air, Steamboat Fireworks has officially set a world record, as certified by Guinness World Records. Tonight’s thrilling conclusion of the Night Extravaganza on Howelson Hill – the signature event of the Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival –

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RCMP Have Been Unnecessarily Threatening Reporters Who Are Simply Trying To Perform Their Democratic Duties In Wet’suwet’en

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) continues to receive reports that RCMP officers are blocking media from bearing witness to police actions as they implement an injunction and arrest Wet’suwet’en people. “All week the RCMP have been unnecessarily threatening reporters who are simply trying to perform their democratic duties,” said

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Multiple U.S. Troops Killed And Wounded In Afghanistan

Officials say a “combined U.S. and Afghan force conducting an operation in Nangarhar Province was engaged by direct fire.” Four military officials tell NBC News that multiple U.S. troops have been killed and wounded in eastern Afghanistan.     Ads By Google   Ahki Portal  Connecting News, Jobs & Content

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Protestors of Canadian Energy Don’t Speak For Canadians

Despite the screeches of climate activists and one or two First Nation communities, Canadians support the development of Canadian energy. But who will the government side with? The majority of Canadians or loud activists? True North’s Anthony Furey discusses. True North will always stand up for Canadian energy. Support True

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Switzerland To Vote In A National Referendum On Sunday That Could Criminalize Homophobia

Switzerland votes in a national referendum on Sunday that could criminalize homophobia. If passed, Switzerland would join a handful of other European nations like Denmark and the Netherlands where homophobia is a criminal offense.   Ads By Google   Ahki Portal  Connecting News, Jobs & Content From Aroland First Nation

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Addressing Anti-Semitism Requires Co-ordinated And Inclusive Approach

At a high-level OSCE Chairmanship conference, participants called for a co-ordinated effort, incorporating the experiences of targeted communities, to curb the tide of anti-Semitism in the OSCE region. This year’s annual event, organized by Albania’s 2020 OSCE Chair, brought together OSCE officials, representatives of participating States, Partners for Co-operation, international

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Group Attack Against Journalist And Lawyer In Grozny Russia Extremely Concerning

The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Harlem Désir, strongly condemned the attack on Novaya Gazeta’s investigative journalist Elena Milashina and lawyer Marina Dubrovina in Grozny, the capital of the Chechen Republic of the Russian Federation. According to reports, on the night of 6 February, a group of 15

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Brainless Hamilton Criminals Targeted Wrong Address in David Stevens Homicide

Hamilton Police are releasing video and photos of a vehicle associated with the murder of David Stevens on January 29, 2020. As a result of the ongoing investigation, detectives from the Major Crime Unit now believe that the individuals responsible targeted the wrong address and David was not their intended

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Winnipeg Police Guns And Gangs Unit Initiated Project Sasquatch – Nets Almost $10 Million In Cocaine & Crystal Meth

n October 2019, the Winnipeg Police Service Guns and Gangs Unit initiated Project “Sasquatch,” which uncovered the details of an interprovincial drug courier who was transporting multiple kilograms of illicit drugs including Meth, Cocaine, Fentanyl and Heroin from eastern Ontario across the prairie provinces to Alberta. Due to the overall

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Calgary Police Working With Quebec Law Enforcement In Human Trafficking Investigation

The Calgary Police Service is working with Quebec law enforcement in relation to a human trafficking investigation originating in Quebec that is believed to also involve Alberta residents. In May 2018, the Calgary Police Service entered into a joint human trafficking investigation with the Quebec Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force. Police

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