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  • One charged in fatal collision

    One charged in fatal collision

    HAGERSVILLE — OPP say a New Credit resident is facing drunk driving and criminal negligence causing death charges after a fatal collision last fall. Police say a 3 vehicle crash on Highway 6 between the 10th and 11th concession at 3:00 p.m. on Monday September 3, 2018 resulted in the death of 33 year old

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  • Indigenous peoples want conflict resolution within own communities, conference told

    Indigenous peoples want conflict resolution within own communities, conference told

    Approaches to conflict dispute resolution are different in the Indigenous family context and legal professionals need to educate themselves on cultural variances in order to ethically and effectively assist them, explained Katherine Hensel to attendees of the Family Dispute Institute of Ontario’s annual conference on family dispute resolution. Hensel, founder and principal lawyer at Hensel

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  • Lecture to explore past to build better futures with Indigenous people

    Lecture to explore past to build better futures with Indigenous people

    BRANTFORD — Building a better relationship between Canadians and Indigenous people in the future starts with understanding the past, says Darren Thomas. He’ll be exploring that idea in a free public lecture in Brantford on Wednesday, Jan. 16. Thomas is a lecturer in the Indigenous Studies program at Laurier Brantford and a Ph.D candidate in community

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  • Bought for a buck, now priceless: Indigenous Alberta media archive digitized

    Bought for a buck, now priceless: Indigenous Alberta media archive digitized

    EDMONTON — He bought them for a dollar. Now, “boxes and boxes and boxes” of old audiotape and film that Bert Crowfoot has safeguarded for decades are turning out to be a priceless trove of Indigenous stories, culture and language. “This is a continuation of our oral traditions,” said Crowfoot, who’s helping direct a project

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  • Judge allows tribes to challenge Corps’ Dakota Access study

    Judge allows tribes to challenge Corps’ Dakota Access study

    BISMARCK, ND —  A federal judge is allowing four Native American tribes in the Dakotas to challenge the recent conclusion of federal officials that a Dakota Access oil pipeline spill wouldn’t unfairly affect them, further prolonging a court case that has lingered for more than two years. The Standing Rock, Cheyenne River, Yankton and Oglala

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  • Tina Fontaine’s cousin killed during botched drug debt collection: Crown

    Tina Fontaine’s cousin killed during botched drug debt collection: Crown

    WINNIPEG — The cousin of a teenager whose death fuelled calls to stop violence against Indigenous women was herself killed in a botched attempt to collect on a drug debt, jurors at a manslaughter trial were told Monday. Jeanenne Chantel Fontaine, who was 29, was shot in March 2017 before the house she was in

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  • AFN says RCMP pipeline intervention a violation of rights

    AFN says RCMP pipeline intervention a violation of rights

    HOUSTON, BC — The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations says the use of force against people peacefully protesting the construction of a pipeline in northern British Columbia is a violation of their human and aboriginal rights. Fourteen people have been taken into custody at a blockade southwest of Houston, B.C., where some

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  • Rallies planned for protesters arrested while blocking work on B.C. pipeline

    Rallies planned for protesters arrested while blocking work on B.C. pipeline

    HOUSTON, BC — Dozens of rallies are planned in British Columbia, across Canada and as far away as Europe to support pipeline protesters arrested in northwestern B.C. Fourteen people were taken into custody Monday at a blockade southwest of Houston, B.C., where members of the Gidimt’en clan of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation had set up

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  • Five things to know about the LNG pipeline protest in northern B.C.

    Five things to know about the LNG pipeline protest in northern B.C.

    OTTAWA — Here are five things to know about the anti-LNG demonstrations in northern British Columbia: The pipeline A pipeline by TransCanada subsidiary Coastal GasLink is to carry natural gas from the Dawson Creek area to Kitimat, B.C. In October, LNG Canada announced it was moving ahead with its plans for the Kitimat export facility,

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  • No:ia Baby for 2019

    No:ia Baby for 2019

    Dahlia Rey Mikayla King was born January 5, 2019 at Brantford General Hospital weighing 6 pounds, 15 ounces. Proud parents are Donovan King and new mommy Kristen Monture.  Dahlia is welcomed by a loving family — sister to Kiesha Stella King and granddaughter of Crystal King & Shawn Porter, and the late Devin Hill; and

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