40 Years Overdue, Grassy Narrows Gets Their Care Home
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40 Years Overdue, Grassy Narrows Gets Their Care Home

Reading Time: 2 minutes 40 years overdue, Grassy Narrows will finally get their Mercury Care Home Ottawa, Traditional Algonquin Territory, Yesterday, in the spirit of collaboration, trust and mutual respect, the Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Indigenous Services and Chief Rudy Turtle of the Asubpeeschoseewagong Netum Anishinabek (Grassy Narrows First Nation) signed a framework agreement to provide federal support Read More…

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Chag Pesach Sameach, Passover 2020, Begins at Sundown Today
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Chag Pesach Sameach, Passover 2020, Begins at Sundown Today

Reading Time: 2 minutes Chag Pesach Sameach, Passover 2020, Begins at Sundown Today. Officially Marking The Start Of The Jewish Holiday Tonight at sundown, Jewish communities across Canada and around the world will begin the eight-day celebration of Passover commemorating the Exodus, the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt.  “Usually, families and friends celebrate Passover by Read More…

400,000 Brits Can Tell You How To Spot A Terrorist, Can You?

400,000 Brits Can Tell You How To Spot A Terrorist, Can You?

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UK Gov. Uses Video Games To Power Up Coronavirus Message

UK Gov. Uses Video Games To Power Up Coronavirus Message

Will Norway's Government $50 Billion NOK Measures Be Enough?
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Norway’s Government $50 Billion NOK Measures Enough?

Reading Time: 7 minutes Will Norway’s Government $50 Billion NOK Measures To Boost Economy The Norwegian Government today proposed $50 Billion NOK in additional financial measures to soften the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak in Norway. The newly submitted measures are directed at industries, companies and certain groups that have been particularly hard hit during the pandemic and are Read More…

Russia Provides Urgent Coronavirus Help To Italy

Russia Donates 300K Masks To Help Italy Fight Coronavirus

UK Will Grant Early Release To Prisoners In Wake Of COVID-19

UK Will Grant Early Release To Prisoners In Wake Of COVID-19

UN Pleads For Early Release Of Eritrean Prisoners

UN Pleads For Early Release Of Eritrean Prisoners

England Increases Covid-19 Testing To 100K People A Day

England Increases Covid-19 Testing To 100K People A Day

GRIMM MILESTONE - 1,000,000 Infected With The Coronavirus

GRIMM MILESTONE – 1,000,000 Infected With The Coronavirus

GRIMM MILESTONE - 1,000,000 Infected With The Coronavirus Worldwide. The deadliest pandemic in modern times We mark a very grim milestone today, there are now more than one million people around the world infected with the Coronavirus disease, according to Worldometer an international team of developers, researchers, and volunteers with the goal of making world statistics available. Covid-19 - Live Map Update Worldometer's Covid-19 data is trusted and used by Johns Hopkins CSSE, This global pandemic has spread far and wide in only a matter of months. The first reported case was on December 31st, 2019. Chinese Health officials informed the WHO about 41 patients

60th Anniversary Of Status Indians Being Allowed To Vote In Canada

The first votes cast since rights were extended to Status Indians were those of the Rice Lake Band near Peterborough On. From left to right in the photo, Lawrence Salleby, Chief Ralph Loucks, Deputy Returning Officer; Lucy Muskrat, Poll Clerk; Eldon Muskrat, Poll Constable. Photo Credit Nick Nickels. March 31st is the 60th anniversary of the right for Status Indians in Canada to vote in federal elections. The right to vote has not been even for different groups of Canadians. Métis people have always had the right to vote like other Canadians; the Inuit gained the right to vote in 1950; women have

10 Reasons For Same-Sex Marriage “A Canadian Perspective”

The Picture featured in the article is Jim Kane with the Honourable Anne Mclellan presenting a signed copy of the Charter of Rights to the Edmonton Pride Society. The Charter was signed by Anne and Prime Minister Paul Martin. This article is a response to the highly inflammatory story written by TFP Student Action Group that teaches bigotry and homophobic rhetoric to youths under the disguise as family values.I felt the need to respond and reflect on it from a Canadian Perspective not-withstanding that this has been part of the law in this country for 15 years this June.

Haisla First Nation Creating 10,000 High Paying Skilled Jobs with $40 Billion LNG Investment. #Greta

Ready right now: Canadian LNG can lower global emissions while creating prosperity here at home. Tim McMillan, President and CEOCanadian Association of Petroleum Producers Canada is known around the world as a country of inclusiveness, tolerance, and respect for human rights. Our energy industry also holds world-class standards; among the best anywhere when it comes to innovation, environmental protection and responsible resource development. According to Statistics Canada, nearly half of all money spent by Canadian businesses on environmental protection was contributed by the oil and natural gas extraction industry. It is time for Canadian energy to play

Hydro Sites Are Toxic: I Opened Up My Bag To Eat Lunch And Found A Noose Inside Said A Black Employee

The aftermath of the whistleblower article sent shockwaves throughout Canada. Although shocking to Canadians, several of the Hydro employees that were interviewed perceived racism to be openly accepted within Manitoba Hydro and the majority of the Hydro Dams across the country. One Afro Canadian employee shared his story of the time he was working at a Hydro site in Saskatchewan and found a noose placed in his lunch bag after coming back from his break. He was afraid for his life and left the job site immediately. He filed a report with Hydro but nothing came of it as the

Courageous Worker Stands Up Against Sexual Harassment And Racism At Toxic Manitoba Hydro

From October 13, 2017, to May 28, 2019, I was a member of the scaffolding department with BBE at the Keeyask Generating Station construction project in Northern Manitoba. In the 20 months that I worked there, I met and worked alongside countless tradespeople, labourers, machine operators, safety officers, engineers, teamsters, and managers from all across Canada. It was the biggest construction project I’d ever had the privilege to be a part of. Anything that I had ever experienced in the construction industry was elevated to a much larger and more chaotic scale at this particular job site. Crews of workers were

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‘Baby, I Can’t Breathe’: America’s First ER Doctor To Die In Heat Of COVID-19 Battle

America’s First ER Doctor To Die In Heat Of COVID-19 Battle

Reading Time: 6 minutes America’s First ER Doctor To Die In Heat Of COVID-19 Battle At about 5 a.m. on March 19, a New York City ER physician named Frank Gabrin texted a friend about his concerns over the lack of medical supplies at hospitals. “It’s busy ― everyone wants a COVID test that I do not have to Read More…

Retiree-Rich Palm Beach County Leads Florida In COVID-19 Deaths

Retiree-Rich Palm Beach County Leads Florida In COVID-19 Deaths

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Virtual Doctor’s Appointments, Scary Looking Masks, The New Norm

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers, Suspends April 7th Election

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers, Suspends April 7th Election

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