New interactive tool to protect Great Lakes Biinaagami showcased at the 2024 Land and Resources Forum – Anishinabek News
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New interactive tool to protect Great Lakes Biinaagami showcased at the 2024 Land and Resources Forum – Anishinabek News

Anishinabek Nation Commissioner on Goverance Patrick Wadaseh Madahbee discussed the Binaagaami interactive educational tool during the Break Out Sessions segment of Day 1 of the Anishinabek Nation Lands…

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Transgender former CPC candidate: Poilievre comments ‘unfortunate’
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Transgender former CPC candidate: Poilievre comments ‘unfortunate’

Hannah Hodson, a transgender former candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada, says that Leader Pierre Poilievre’s comments on transgender sports and bathroom policies create confusion on…

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Echo Park Chapter House: where Indigenous voices thrive
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Echo Park Chapter House: where Indigenous voices thrive

GALLUP – Nestled amid the vibrant hills of Los Angeles’s Echo Park lies a sanctuary distinct from the usual bustle. The Chapter House, founded by Navajo artist and…

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5 tent encampments in Halfax are closing. What happens next?
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5 tent encampments in Halfax are closing. What happens next?

Five homeless encampments in Halifax are closing on Monday. The CBC’s Nicola Seguin wanted to find out how many people are still living at these parks — and…

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Canadian banks’ limited office loans offer investors some comfort
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Canadian banks’ limited office loans offer investors some comfort

STORY CONTINUES BELOW THESE SALTWIRE VIDEOS Prices at the Pumps – February 21, 2024 #saltwire #gasprices #pricesatthepumps Watch on YouTube: “Prices at the Pumps – February 21, 2024…

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Other big retail stores considered to host ServiceOntario locations as well as Staples
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Other big retail stores considered to host ServiceOntario locations as well as Staples

The decision to move several ServiceOntario locations into Staples is part of a broader accessibility push by the Ford government, one that has also considered retailers like IKEA,…

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Transgender former CPC candidate: Poilievre comments ‘unfortunate’
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Transgender former CPC candidate: Poilievre comments ‘unfortunate’

Hannah Hodson, a transgender former candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada, says that Leader Pierre Poilievre’s comments on transgender sports and bathroom policies create confusion on…

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National Society of Industries (SNI) highlighted the work of Ocho Sur in Ucayali – World News Report
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National Society of Industries (SNI) highlighted the work of Ocho Sur in Ucayali – World News Report

SNI President Mr. Salazar at Ucayali Forum President of SNI highlighted the company for its sustainability and social commitment I was invited by Ocho Sur and the truth…

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The New Humanitarian | What’s Unsaid
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The New Humanitarian | What’s Unsaid

Ali Latifi: Today on What’s Unsaid: Is the politicisation of humanitarian health workers getting worse?    Reprehensible.    That’s the word Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used in…

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The hunt for Canada’s last Nazis – National
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The hunt for Canada’s last Nazis – National

For Nazi hunter Abbee Corb, there are cases that stand out, like the one she calls the “baby smasher.” A criminologist with a PhD, Corb was searching for…

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