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  • Three found dead near Oneida Nation of the Thames

    Three found dead near Oneida Nation of the Thames

    MIDDLESEX COUNTY — OPP say the bodies of three people were found in a car just north of the Oneida Nation of the Thames Sunday morning. The bodies of one female and two males were discovered around 10 a.m.. Police have not released details about the condition of the victims or a suspected cause of

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  • B.C. to increase Indigenous participation in environmental assessments

    B.C. to increase Indigenous participation in environmental assessments

    VICTORIA — British Columbia’s government is moving to increase the participation of Indigenous people in the environmental assessment of projects with new legislation tabled Monday. Environment Minister George Heyman says the government is proposing to repeal the current Environmental Assessment Act and replace it with a new act that greatly enhances Indigenous and public participation

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  • Indigenous people worry Saskatchewan trespassing plan may stoke racial tensions

    Indigenous people worry Saskatchewan trespassing plan may stoke racial tensions

    REGINA — A Saskatchewan grandmother who was confronted by a farmer with a gun says changing trespassing laws probably won’t stop crime but could increase racial tension. Angela Bishop, a Metis lawyer, was driving on a rural road in Alberta in September with her two grandchildren who are visibly Indigenous. They were looking for a

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  • Trudeau, making things right in BC

    Trudeau, making things right in BC

    Tsilhqot’in Territory BC — October 26, 2018 marked the 154th anniversary of British Columbia’s martyrdom of the “Chilcotin Chiefs.” Riding a black horse into the community, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered the apology in person at the Tsilhqot’in territory in British Columbia last week in a display of respect for their traditions. But he also

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  • The Rebirth of Day of the Dead in Mexico

    The Rebirth of Day of the Dead in Mexico

    Oaxaca, Mexico — Salvador Cortez Santiago is seated at edge of a large window in his colonial era home on a quiet street in the center of the city of Oaxaca, people walking by can’t help but peer in and catch a peek of the altar he has set up for Day of the Dead

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  • Hagersville Hawks getting traction

    Hagersville Hawks getting traction

    HAGERSVILLE — Their slow start now well behind them, the Hagersville Jr. C Hawks have come alive in recent weeks and slowly inching up the standings but Saturday night would be their biggest test of the season so far. They were up against the first place Glanbrook Rangers, Saturday night at the Hagersville Arena. The

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  • Treaties Recognition Week – The beginning of new relationships

    Treaties Recognition Week – The beginning of new relationships

    This week the province of Ontario marks Treaties Recognition Week. This is a time where the province’s official social media accounts raise awareness about the treaties made between indigenous people and settlers throughout history. A treaty, when talking about the ones being recognized this week with indigenous people in Ontario, is a historic and lasting

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  • Telling the truth could cost ya

    Telling the truth could cost ya

    American cable tv news is incredibly polarized in 2018. Evidence of that polarization was dramatically present this last week after pipe bombs were mailed to Democratic ex-presidents Bill Clinton, Barak Obama, his supporters and CNNs New York and Atlanta headquarters. Journalists and analysts targeted by radical supporters of Donald Trump. A second instance of a

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  • Postal workers strike continues

    Postal workers strike continues

    OTTAWA — Vancouver and Niagara Falls, Ont., were added to the list of cities hit by postal disruptions this week as more Canadian Union of Postal Workers members walked off the job as part of rotating strikes. About 3,400 CUPW members in Vancouver walked off the job early Friday, joining Canada Post employees in the

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  • Coffee House and Open Mic at Woodland

    Coffee House and Open Mic at Woodland

    BRANTFORD — The importance of live performance has had it’s role in spreading musical talent for thousands of years, and although the advent of technology has allowed for music to be accessible at the tips of our fingers, it hasn’t changed the experience of raw emotion and connection that live music brings. The Coffee House

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