• Violence in Akwesasne following cannabis dispensary raid

    Violence in Akwesasne following cannabis dispensary raid1

    AKWESASNE/ST REGIS — Two raids in one month on a collectively owned cannabis dispensary on Akwesasne led members in support of the dispensary to clash with Mohawk police. On Friday, early reports said the second raid of the Wild Flower Cannabis Dispensary led to the arrest and detainment of dispensary operators. According to local reporting

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  • Indigenous researchers plant seeds of hope for health and climate

    Indigenous researchers plant seeds of hope for health and climate0

    Authors: Hannah Tait Neufeld, Assistant Professor of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, University of Guelph; Brittany Luby, Assistant Professor of History, University of Guelph, and Kim Anderson, Associate Professor of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, University of Guelph As we learn more about climate change, this knowledge can be paralyzing, especially for young people who

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  • First Nations boil water issues ‘enormously complicated’: Morneau

    First Nations boil water issues ‘enormously complicated’: Morneau0

    OTTAWA — Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the “enormously complicated” effort to end all drinking-water advisories in First Nations communities isn’t being held back by a shortage of money. In response to a university student’s question Thursday in Guelph, Ont., Morneau acknowledged that fulfilling the Liberals’ 2015 campaign pledge has been a big challenge and

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