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Cross-Cultural Roundtable on Security Renewed

From Public Safety Canada Members of diverse Canadian communities gathered in Ottawa on March 25 and 26, as the Government of Canada renewed its Cross-Cultural Roundtable on Security (CCRS). The CCRS brings together cultural leaders who have extensive experience in social and cultural matters, to engage in long-term dialogue on national security-related topics. The CCRS […]

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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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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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Capital Voices: ‘I’m in trouble and I don’t know what I did’ – Ottawa Citizen

April 3, 2017 “I’m Inuk and I haven’t even been living here for two years yet. It’s not my first time living in a city, but I often run into funny situations where people aren’t understanding me because of my Inuit communication style. “When I was about 14, I was living in Montreal. I was […]

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Ms. Mavis Cli-Michaud appointed as Chair of the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board

March 31, 2017     Ottawa, ON        Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada The Hon. Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, has appointed Ms. Mavis Cli-Michaud as Chair of the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board (MVLWB). Ms. Cli-Michaud, whose appointment is for a period of 3 years, was selected from a pool of […]

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Voters in five federal ridings select new MPs in byelections today – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 3, 2017  OTTAWA _ The federal political parties will put their popularity to the test today in five byelections. There are two seats up for grabs in Alberta, two in Ontario and one in Quebec, all of which were held by high-profile politicians. One of the Calgary ridings was previously held by […]

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2016 Ontario Public Sector Salaries Disclosed

Making it Easier for Ontarians to Access Data and Information March 31, 2017 11:00 A.M. Treasury Board Secretariat The government has released the salaries of Ontario Public Service and broader public sector employees who were paid $100,000 or more in 2016. In keeping with Ontario’s commitment to openness and transparency, the government is releasing the […]

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NAN Welcomes CHRT Decision

THUNDER BAY, ON (March 30, 2017): Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler welcomes yesterday’s ruling by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (CHRT) supporting NAN’s submissions for immediate relief, and congratulating NAN’s agreements with the Government of Canada on child welfare reform as “carriers of hope”. “I am pleased that the Tribunal has accepted […]

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Senator displays ‘inexplicable resistance’ – The Chronicle Journal

March 31, 2017 Thunder Bay-Rainy River MP Don Rusnak remains in “shock and disappointment” over controversial residential school comments made by a Canadian senator and is urging her to meet with indigenous representatives. The chairman of the Liberal indigenous caucus continued to respond to remarks made by Sen. Lynn Beyak earlier this month that the […]

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Education, diversity welcomed by industry in budget – Daily Commercial News

Mar 31, 2017 During his 2017 federal budget speech, Finance Minister Bill Morneau alluded to the fact Canadian families are worried about the future, worried what opportunities lie ahead for their children and what the workforce will look like. For Paul de Jong, president of the Progressive Contractors Association of Canada, the federal government aims […]

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