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Local hockey player to participate in Canadian Aboriginal championships on Vancouver Island in May – Belleville Intelligencer

April 03, 2017 Belleville’s Braedyn Irwin has played in a world championship in her own backyard. Now, she’ll play in a Canadian championship on the West Coast. Irwin, a 17-year-old Grade 12 student at Moira Secondary School, has been selected to play for the Team Ontario women’s hockey team at the 2017 Canadian Aboriginal championships, […]

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Border tax might damage American economy more than Canada’s: Morneau – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 3, 2017 OTTAWA _ Canada’s finance minister is warning business leaders in New York that a proposed U.S. border tax threatens to make both countries poorer _ and might even hurt Americans more. In an appearance Monday at a World Economic Forum event, Bill Morneau cautioned that a tariff-like tax would hurt […]

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Funeral for girl killed in crash near Caledonia last week – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Apr 3, 2017 CALEDONIA, Ont. – A funeral for one of three people killed in a crash near Caledonia, Ont., will take place today. A service to honour 12-year-old Grace King will be held this morning. The chief of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation is requesting privacy […]

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Circle tour offers Superior travel experience; splendours of Gichigami abound – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 3, 2017  By Colin Perkel THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ It might not have the must-do cachet of California’s Highway 101, of South Africa’s Garden Route or of the Rockies. Yet a voyage around the world’s largest freshwater lake, the big sea they once called Gichigami, reveals a sublime and in-your-face spectacular […]

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Northwest has ‘room to improve’ – The Chronicle Journal

April 3, 2017 The Screen for Life Coach is on the road again, returning to a season of mobile cancer-screening service to more than 70 communities. “We are excited to get back on the road for a full travel season this spring,” Julia Bailey, Mobile Coach Lead at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, […]

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Fans rave over A Tribe Called Red’s Juno celebration of Indigenous culture – CBC

Ottawa electronic group follows up Juno win with vibrant show opener Apr 03, 2017 Ottawa’s A Tribe Called Red opened Sunday’s televised 2017 Juno Awards with an electrifying celebration of Indigenous culture and music that had fans across the country raving on social media. Legendary singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie began the broadcast from the Canadian Tire […]

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Windsor law professor calls on Senator Beyak to educate herself about residential schools – CBC

Lynn Beyak said indigenous people ‘owe their lives’ to residential schools April 03, 2017 Valerie Waboose, an assistant law professor from the University of Windsor, is adding her voice to the growing chorus of Indigenous people calling on Senator Lynn Beyak to educate herself on the legacy of residential schools in Canada. Earlier this month, Beyak criticized the Truth […]

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Métis Dance Club performs at Sault Ste. Marie cultural festival – MNO

On February 20, 2017, The Métis Dance Club of the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Historic Sault Ste. Marie Métis Council (HSSMC) performed to a packed audience at The Machine Shop in Sault Ste. Marie. The performance was part of the Bon Soo Festival, which coincided with Passport to Unity 2017. Passport to Unity is […]

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Reconciling past ills spawns music video – The Chronicle Journal

A group of students at Queen Elizabeth District High School in Sioux Lookout have created a music video that focuses on reconciliation. The song was written, recorded and filmed by N’we Jinan Artists and a dozen students, representing 10 different communities. The song and video were filmed and produced by N’we Jinan in Sioux Lookout […]

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Capturing the inspiration behind Ontario’s newest courthouses – Daily Commercial News

Apr 3, 2017 Recently released Ontario courthouse e-books showcase a new era of courthouse design, celebrating the grandeur and inspiration behind some of Ontario’s newest courthouses, all while reflecting the dignity of the justice system, says the author of the books. Caitlin Sweet, the communications co-ordinator at the facilities management branch of the Ministry of […]

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