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  • Women’s marches showcase largest demonstration in U.S. history

    Women’s marches showcase largest demonstration in U.S. history0

    The Women’s marches held on Saturday, January 20, are estimated to have accumulated an attendance of 4.2 million people in demonstrations held throughout 600 U.S. cities. Meanwhile, 200 international Women’s Marches were estimated to have seen over 300,000 people. The events ranged from small get-togethers and gatherings in tiny town squares to waves of people

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  • Ontario addressing elder abuse in Indigenous communities

    Ontario addressing elder abuse in Indigenous communities0

    OTTAWA – The province is introducing new resources to help address elder abuse in Indigenous communities — part of Ontario’s Action Plan for Seniors that is helping seniors access the support they need at every stage of their life. Ontario will be providing additional resources to Indigenous partners through the Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy, to support prevention

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  • Man who threw trailer hitch that killed Barbara Kentner now charged with murder

    Man who threw trailer hitch that killed Barbara Kentner now charged with murder0

    THUNDER BAY – A white man who threw a trailer hitch out the window of a moving vehicle at an indigenous woman in Thunder Bay is now charged with second degree murder in connection to her death. Brayben Bushby, 18, of Thunder Bay was previously charged with aggravated assault in the case. The victim, 34

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  • Indigenous Bar Association warns of Bill C-58

    Indigenous Bar Association warns of Bill C-580

    OTTAWA – The Indigenous Bar Association (IBA) wishes to express its concerns with respect to the content of Bill C-58 which, if passed into law, would seriously undermine the ability of Indigenous communities to access government records and information in support of their claims against the Government of Canada. The IBA fully supports and endorses

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  • AFN National Chief Bellegarde welcomes Supreme Court decision on rights of former residential schools students

    AFN National Chief Bellegarde welcomes Supreme Court decision on rights of former residential schools students0

    OTTAWA – The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde said that the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision ensures the rights of former residential school students are respected as part of the continuing work towards justice, healing and reconciliation. On October 6, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed an appeal by Canada to take full

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  • Two Row Times on the road

    Two Row Times on the road0

    Two Row Times reporter Jayson Koblun and sales executive Tiff Thomas are on a tour of duty with the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation to remote reserves in northern Ontario. With help from Henderson Playground Equipment of Simcoe, creative playgrounds are being installed in remote Northern Ontario communities. Tiff and Jay will be filing stories from reserves

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