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Montreal police launch new street checks guide – APTN News

Jul 08, 2020 Montreal police unveiled a new way of conducting street checks Wednesday. It’s the first plan of its kind for both the force and the province of Quebec. The change comes nine months after a finding of systemic racism in the force. Read More: https://www.aptnnews.ca/national-news/montreal-police-launch-new-street-checks-guide/

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Indigenous communities will be able develop their own child welfare systems, but does it go far enough? – CTV News

July 8, 2020 MONTREAL — First Nations will be able to negotiate funding for children and family services after an amendment to Canada’s Indigenous Youth and Families law, Bill C-92. But critics say the bill doesn’t go far enough. It’s the most recent change to what the Liberals call ‘historic’ legislation to change the country’s […]

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Opinion: Decolonizing Indigenous health care in Quebec – Montreal Gazette

In the 2019 made-in-Quebec zombie horror movie Blood Quantum by Mi’kmaq filmmaker Jeff Barnaby, members of an Indigenous community are the only people immune to the zombie virus; one says, “maybe the Earth just forgot about us.” It’s an apt analogy for how Quebec Indigenous communities and their members have survived the first wave of […]

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Quebec court to hear Nunavik class action on long detention periods – Nunatsiaq News

6 July 2020 “It is too important an issue to be ignored” A Quebec Superior Court judge has authorized a class action against the Quebec government seeking punitive damages for Nunavik detainees. The lawsuit, filed in September 2018, seeks compensation for Nunavimmiut who are held in custody for more than three days awaiting a hearing, […]

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Feds ‘Censored’ Indigenous Land Acknowledgement On Canada Day: Musician – HuffPost Canada

Patrick Watson says he was “deeply upset” with Heritage Canada, but they’re denying responsibility. MONTREAL — Canadian singer-songwriter Patrick Watson says Heritage Canada edited out a land acknowledgment he made to Indigenous peoples before his Montreal Canada Day performance. Watson posted on Facebook Thursday he was “deeply upset” to discover his statement did not make […]

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The real reason police arrive at mental health calls: 911 dispatchers are trained to send them – CTV News

June 29, 2020 MONTREAL — On May 3, weeks before anti-police riots erupted, a social worker was sitting in a park in downtown Montreal with a woman he knew well. He wanted to call an ambulance for her. The hard part, he thought, was getting her to agree to that plan. But it turned out […]

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New interactive project aims to map the displacement of ’60s Scoop survivors – CBC

Jun 24, 2020 ‘It’s about visualizing our stories and getting our stories out to the world,’ says Colleen Hele-Cardinal The United Kingdom, Germany, India, the Netherlands and Botswana are just some of the places overseas where Indigenous children from Canada ended up after they were removed from their homes and traditional territories during the Sixties Scoop. Visualizing […]

by ahnationtalk on June 24, 202026 Views

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Nunavik police cleared in 12 provincial investigations – Nunatsiaq News

BEI says it wants to hire Indigenous staff 23 June 2020 It’s been over two years since the incident that left Maina Aculiak with permanent injuries. The 50-year-old Nunavik woman is now living in the Aaniavituqarq Crisis Centre in Puvirnituq, a residential facility for Nunavimmiut living with chronic mental health conditions. Her physical health has […]

by ahnationtalk on June 23, 202027 Views

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Quebec’s anti-racism task force flawed without Inuit voices: Makivik – – Nunatsiaq News

Makivik Corp. calls on province to reform Nunavik’s justice and policing systems 18 June 2020 The Quebec government has announced the creation of a task force to counter racism in the province, and Makivik Corp. has a suggestion for where to start—Nunavik’s justice system. Although Quebec Premier François Legault has denied there is systemic racism […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 202037 Views

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Quebec Government Announces the Establishment of an Action Group Against Racism – Sherbrooke Record

16 June 2020 In an effort to address racism in our society in a concrete way, Tuesday Quebec Premier François Legault announced the creation of an Action Group Against Racism (groupe d’action contre le racism-GACR). The group’s mandate will be to develop a series of effective actions to combat racism, in particular by identifying priority […]

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 202038 Views

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