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Senate Passes Bill C-15, U.N.D.R.I.P, Now Awaits Royal Accent

Reading Time: 3 minutes U.N.D.R.I.P United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples In 2018 the House of Commons passed C-262 a Private Members Bill which would require the implementation of United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). It was passed on recommendation of the Liberal Indigenous Caucus, but this Bill was eventually defeated in the Read More…

Manitoba Invest $825,000 Into Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre of Winnipeg

Manitoba Invest $825,000 Into Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre of Winnipeg

Flags Lowered To Half-Mast Honouring 215 Indigenous Children

Shamattawa First Nation Declares State Of Emergency In Wake Of Multiple Suicides

Canada & Manitoba Metis Federation Reach Historic Agreement On Kapyong Barracks

Canada & Manitoba Metis Federation Reach Historic Agreement On Kapyong Barracks

Government Of Canada Makes $375,000 Investment To Support NWT Tourism Industry

Government Of Canada Makes $375,000 Investment To Support NWT Tourism Industry

Canadian Government Commits $3.2M Nunavut's Fishing & Industries

Canadian Government Commits $3.2M Nunavut’s Fishing & Industries

Canadian Human Rights Tribunal Rules In Favour Of First Nations Families

Canadian Human Rights Tribunal Rules In Favour Of First Nations Families

MMIWG2S Advocate, MLA Nahanni Fontaine Kicked Out Of Manitoba Legislative Chamber

Artic Gateway Transportation Hub, Now 100% Indigenous Owned

Artic Gateway Transportation Hub, Now 100% Indigenous Owned

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The Cash Propaganda

The Cash Propaganda

The federal government still has serious holes in their plan to help Black Businesses Opt. Ed By Ryan O'Neil Knight As a man and a business owner, I would like to give my thoughts on the past 9 months since the announcement of the Black Entrepreneurship Program by the federal government. In September it was announced that the federal government would be allocating 221 million to support Black Entrepreneurs in partnership with the banks ... Red Flag Number 1 Prior to that announcement I, along with other members of the community, was invited to engagement sessions with Minister Ng's office. I was asked to conduct

Jamie Moses, First Black MLA To Speak In The Manitoba Legislature

Black History Month celebrates historic election of MLA Jamie Moses On Tuesday, October 1, 2019, I became the first Black person to ever speak in the Manitoba Legislature as a Member of the Legislative Assembly. For the first time, Black people in Manitoba have a voice in the Legislature. Walking into the chamber and seeing a seat with my name on it, is a memory that I won’t forget. As the Speaker of the House called on the “Member from St. Vital”, I rose to speak and history was made. Nearly 150 years after Manitoba joined Confederation, not only was history
Jamie Moses, First Black MLA To Speak In The Manitoba Legislature
University of Toronto Mississauga Charging Mandatory Fees To Students For Closed Facilities

Canadian University Continues To Charge Students Fees For Facilities That Are Closed Due To COVID-19

Students are calling mandatory fees unfair especially while income is limited due to COVID-19 Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of facilities at the 'University ofToronto Mississauga (UTM) have been closed. However, UTM students are still required to pay mandatory fees, called incidental fees, for these closed facilities as well as still having to pay for high course fees. Here is the breakdown of these incidental fees and the course fees forthe University of Toronto Mississauga. The first mandatory fee is the ‘UTM Athletics Fee’ which comprises a payment of 154.41$ for the first semester and 205.88$ for the second
Chief Medical Officer Calls for renewed COVID-19 privacy

Chief Medical Officer Calls for renewed COVID-19 privacy

New Brunswickers want more details about COVID-19 infection zones but they would breach privacy laws. In recent days, we have received questions looking for specific information about how the latest outbreaks of COVID-19 in Zone 1, the Moncton region, and Zone 5, the Campbellton region, began. I understand the desire to know what took place, and I also understand that people want to know why we cannot provide more specific information. As New Brunswick’s chief medical officer of health, I have a duty to do my best to protect public health, and I take this responsibility very seriously. In the event of an

Our actions and inaction’s, have hurt a lot of people

Our actions and inaction's, have hurt a lot of people. The two most powerful people in the world, "LAWLESS" Trump - The first president in modern day history that has never held a political office. Nor does he believe the constitution, courts, congress, the judicial systems and the senate have the necessary powers to regulate or circumvent any of his presidential executive orders. He is the pro gun, anti-choice, fake god fearing, pro-law enforcement, sympathetic to white supremacist, president that brags about grabbing women by the pu**y and encourages violence at his rallies that are often filled with angry American first racist,
Our actions and inaction's, have hurt a lot of people
Long Term Care Homes are Failing Seniors - Epic Misconduct

Long Term Care Homes are Failing Seniors – Epic Misconduct

Long Term Care Homes are Failing Seniors - Epic Misconduct. Canadian ARMED Forces report detail mismanagement It is incredible that it takes a simple report from the military medical services to tell governments and Canadians what we have known for years; that senior homes in Canada are offering below standard care which is borderline criminal.  While we all should have the common sense to know what the minimum health standards should be, the people running the long term care system do not. No one seems able or willing to enforce those commons standards. The Canadian ARMED Forces in a report given to

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UK Government Awards £20 For Next Generation Of Electric Vehicles
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UK Government Awards £20 For Next Generation Of Electric Vehicles

Reading Time: 2 minutes Promising electric vehicle technology innovations are a step closer to becoming reality as winners of zero-emission vehicle competition are announced. Projects to power up the electric vehicle (EV) revolution have received a boost through the government’s £20 million research and development competition, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced today (17 June 2021). Among the winning Read More…

Norway Temporarily Extends Kabul Field Hospital After Troop Withdrawals

Norway Temporarily Extends Kabul Field Hospital After Troop Withdrawals

Europol Nets 1.6 Tonnes of Cocaine & €16.5 Million In Operation Jumita

Europol Nets 1.6 Tonnes of Cocaine & €16.5 Million In Operation Jumita

Post COVID-19 Marketing Tools And Apps To Give Your Biz A Boost

Post COVID-19 Marketing Tools And Apps To Give Your Biz A Boost

Goma Volcano Eruption Displaces 415,700 People as IOM Prepares Response

Goma Volcano Eruption Displaces 415,700 People as IOM Prepares Response

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Canada Makes Historic Apology To Italian Canadians

Reading Time: < 1 minute The apology comes 81 years after the treatment of Italian following Italy’s declaration of war against Canada Apologies go a long way and are an essential prerequisite to healing and writing the wrongs of past governments. Prime Minister Trudeau’s recent apology to the Italian community is not only historic, but it was also heartfelt and Read More…

Europol Seizes €45M In Heroin Concealed In Marble Destined For Romania

Europol Seizes €45M In Heroin Concealed In Marble Destined For Romania

Snap Election In Syria Draws Concern From International Community

Snap Election In Syria Draws Concerns From Global Affairs Canada

Everyone Is Awesome – Lego Launches LGBT2Q Set

UK Sets Stage For New Trade Agreements With Canada & Mexico

UK Sets Stage For New Trade Agreements With Canada & Mexico

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US Senate Passes Legislation To Make Juneteenth A National Holiday

US Senate Passes Legislation To Make Juneteenth A National Holiday

Reading Time: 2 minutes 47 of 50 US States celebrate Juneteenth. The celebration of liberation of those held as slaves Juneteenth (a portmanteau of June and nineteenth;  also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, and Liberation Day is a holiday celebrating the liberation of those who had been held as slaves in the United States. Originally a Texas state holiday, it is now celebrated annually on the 19th of June throughout the United States, with Read More…

Get Vaccinated & Receive A Free Bus Pass

Get Vaccinated & Receive A Free Bus Pass

GOP Party Blocks Bipartisan Committee Into Jan 6 Deadly Insurrection

GOP Party Blocks Bipartisan Committee Into Jan 6 Deadly Insurrection

UK Sets Stage For New Trade Agreements With Canada & Mexico

UK Sets Stage For New Trade Agreements With Canada & Mexico

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