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  • Grassroots movement needed to counter Ottawa’s virus of greed

    Grassroots movement needed to counter Ottawa’s virus of greed

    The Federal department called the Assembly of First Nations seeks to throw out all existing documentation of First Nations sovereignty. Historic leadership and nations from the Eastern door to the western shores have held that the land is sacred, lent and occupied by the original First Nations who greeted and assisted lost colonial settlers. Federal

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  • Chiropractor charged with sexually assaulting patients

    Chiropractor charged with sexually assaulting patients

    HAMILTON — A Ontario chiropractor, already facing discipline with professional watchdogs, has been charged in connection with two alleged sexual assaults on his patients. A woman reported to Hamilton police earlier this year that her chiropractor had sexually assaulted her in 2015, investigators said Friday. Police then reopened a previous investigation into the same man, begun in

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  • Experts say massive fires can take long term toll on environment

    Experts say massive fires can take long term toll on environment

    TORONTO — There was little rest for firefighters in northern Ontario during the long weekend as they continued battling flames on numerous fire lines. The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources says there were 122 active fires as of Monday night, including 78 in the northwest region and 44 in the northeast. Eighteen fires in the

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  • Bystanders catch driver as van drives onto crowded Port Dover, Ont., beach

    PORT DOVER — A 28-year-old woman says she was with her husband, children and other family members when she heard screaming as a van drove onto a crowded southwestern Ontario beach. “It sounded like plastic crunching or metal cracking, I just heard a noise, which was the van hoping the curb,” Christine Ayala said Sunday.

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  • West Nile Virus hits Brant County

    West Nile Virus hits Brant County

    BRANTFORD — Three positive cases of West Nile Virus have surfaced in Brant County. The Brant County Health Unit issued an advisory to the public this week, cautioning residents to take precautions and avoid being bitten. “We are continuing to monitor and control local mosquito activity,” says Diana Duncan, Public Health Inspector at the Brant

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  • Pipeline activist denies rape accusations in court filing

    Pipeline activist denies rape accusations in court filing

    By Mary Hudetz, AP ALBUQUERQUE, NM —  An activist who has been described as having assisted Native American elders, veterans and others during 2016 pipeline protests at the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota has disputed accusations that he raped unconscious women. In a New Mexico court filing, Redwolf Pope, 41, said last week that

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  • Plains bison roaming free in Banff National Park for first time in decades

    Plains bison roaming free in Banff National Park for first time in decades

    BANFF, AB — Parks Canada says wild plains bison that were reintroduced to Banff National Park are now free-roaming animals. Officials say 31 bison were released Sunday into a 1,200 square-kilometre zone that features meadows and grassy valleys for grazing along the park’s eastern slopes. “Now, they are free-roaming wild bison and their path forward

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  • Conquistador reenactment leaders apologize to Pueblo Indians

    Conquistador reenactment leaders apologize to Pueblo Indians

    SANTA FE, NM — Organizers of the annual reenactment of a 17th-century Spanish conquistador reclaiming Santa Fe from Native Americans have issued an apology to Pueblo Indians after ending the annual event. In a statement Tuesday, Santa Fe Fiesta, Inc. said organizers for the first time apologize to the various Pueblo Indian tribes for the

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  • Feds to test limits of Indigenous housing ideas through new contest

    Feds to test limits of Indigenous housing ideas through new contest

    OTTAWA — The Trudeau Liberals are offering Indigenous communities $30 million in prize money as part of a contest that could end up rewriting the rules about how the federal government funds badly needed housing on-reserve. Key to the contest is to draw in private sector builders to help finance the construction and repairing of

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  • Case of Inuk woman missing six days after release from custody subject of probe

    Case of Inuk woman missing six days after release from custody subject of probe

    MONTREAL — The disappearance of an Inuk woman for six days after she was released from Montreal police custody at about midnight is raising questions about whether authorities followed proper procedures. Mina Iquasiak Aculiak, 48, was found Thursday, hours after police had released her photo to seek the public’s help in tracking her down. They

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