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  • Pipeline protesters block Trudeau speech with outrage

    Pipeline protesters block Trudeau speech with outrage0

    OTTAWA — Dozens of protesters are delaying an appearance by the prime minister Tuesday afternoon, drumming and chanting in a government building where Justin Trudeau was set to speak. Police have kept Trudeau out of a Sussex Drive office building in Ottawa, where he’s to address a forum bringing together federal officials and representatives from

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  • Man charged with first degree murder of Newfoundland Indigenous woman

    Man charged with first degree murder of Newfoundland Indigenous woman0

    CONNE RIVER, NL — A Newfoundland man has been charged with the first-degree murder of a 28-year-old Indigenous woman whose death shook her small, rural First Nation. The Miawpukek Mi’kamawey Mawi’omi First Nation asked people to wear red Friday in honour of Chantel John, who RCMP say was killed Wednesday evening in Conne River, N.L.

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  • Five year old injured after shots fired at home in northern Saskatchewan

    Five year old injured after shots fired at home in northern Saskatchewan0

    LA RONGE, SK — Mounties say a five-year-old child was wounded after several gunshots were fired at a house in northern Saskatchewan. RCMP were called Sunday night to a home on the Lac La Ronge Indian Band reserve. Officers say a bullet went through a wall of the home and hit the child inside. There

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  • Can-Am Lacrosse League pushed to reject killers participation

    Can-Am Lacrosse League pushed to reject killers participation0

    Warning: sensitive content. The tragic loss of Tashina General and her unborn son in 2008 sent the community of Six Nations into turmoil as the story of her death reached the people. Her body was uncovered in a shallow grave as her family was left distraught after receiving a letter, composed by her murderer to

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  • Haudenosaunee demonstrate a day of action in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en

    Haudenosaunee demonstrate a day of action in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en0

    Solidarity slowdown and road blocks bring attention to indigenous and human rights violations BRANT/HALDIMAND — Demonstrations were held across Haudenosaunee territory Friday in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people who were forcibly removed from defending their traditional territory by RCMP in a violent attack.
RCMP say they executed an injunction on behalf of the Coastal GasLink pipeline

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  • One charged in fatal collision

    One charged in fatal collision0

    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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