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Feds file judicial review of $40B Indigenous child-welfare settlement

Feds file judicial review of $40B Indigenous child-welfare settlement

OTTAWA — The federal government is asking a judge to review some aspects of the $40-billion settlement agreement over discrimination in the Indigenous child-welfare system, after the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal rejected the deal in late October.

Ski Report

LEBANON, N.H. (AP) — Latest skiing conditions, as supplied by SnoCountry Mountain Reports. Conditions are subject to change due to weather, skier/rider traffic and other factors. Be aware of changing conditions. For more information go to www.
Two Halifax universities provide Mi'kmaq 'auntie-in-residence' to Indigenous students

Two Halifax universities provide Mi'kmaq 'auntie-in-residence' to Indigenous students

HALIFAX — Two Halifax universities are sharing a Mi'kmaq "auntie-in-residence" who is assisting Indigenous students to navigate campus life.
Brazil expels US fishing tour company from Indigenous land

Brazil expels US fishing tour company from Indigenous land

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Federal courts in Brazil have ordered a New Jersey-based fishing tourism company to leave a remote Indigenous area of the Amazon after prosecutors filed charges of operating without government authorization and manipulating Indi

Ski Report

LEBANON, N.H. (AP) — Latest skiing conditions, as supplied by SnoCountry Mountain Reports. Conditions are subject to change due to weather, skier/rider traffic and other factors. Be aware of changing conditions. For more information go to www.

Collaborative Indigenous Research is a way to repair the legacy of harmful research practices

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Ski Report

LEBANON, N.H. (AP) — Latest skiing conditions, as supplied by SnoCountry Mountain Reports. Conditions are subject to change due to weather, skier/rider traffic and other factors. Be aware of changing conditions. For more information go to www.
Métis delegates call for withdrawal of The Saskatchewan First Act

Métis delegates call for withdrawal of The Saskatchewan First Act

SASKATOON — Delegates attending the legislative assembly of the Métis Nation-Saskatchewan unanimously supported their leadership's rejection of The Saskatchewan First Act.
Alberta chief critical of Premier Danielle Smith's claim of Indigenous roots

Alberta chief critical of Premier Danielle Smith's claim of Indigenous roots

EDMONTON — A First Nations leader in Alberta is questioning Premier Danielle Smith's claim of Indigenous heritage. Smith has said she has some Cherokee roots and years ago declared herself as a person of mixed race.
Alberta treaty chiefs unite against United Conservatives' proposed sovereignty act

Alberta treaty chiefs unite against United Conservatives' proposed sovereignty act

EDMONTON — In what may have been an unprecedented show of unanimity, all of Alberta's treaty chiefs have spoken out strongly against the provincial government's proposed sovereignty act.
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