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Justice Canada general counsel named to Quebec Superior Court – The Lawyer’s Daily

February 04, 2020 The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced on Feb. 3 that Nancy Bonsaint, general counsel at Justice Canada, is appointed a puisne judge of the Superior Court of Quebec for the district of Quebec. Justice Bonsaint replaces Justice Catherine La Rosa (Quebec), who was appointed senior associate chief justice effective Sept. 30, 2019. […]

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Suicide prevention workshop launches in Nunavik – Nunatsiaq News

Groups can take half-day training on how to recognize and respond to people in need 4 February 2020 As part of Suicide Prevention Week, Nunavik’s health board is launching a series of workshops on suicide prevention across the region. “We are quite proud of the official launch of the Reach Out workshop. It is developed […]

by ahnationtalk on February 4, 202021 Views

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Canadian forest scientists want to decolonize their research – National Observer

January 29th 2020 When Natural Resources Canada researchers held a meeting last January, they came to an important realization about their department’s relationship with First Nations. Forest scientists often monitor experimental sites, and many at the Laurentian Forestry Centre have set them up on traditional Indigenous territory. The researchers wanted to know what level of […]

by ahnationtalk on January 30, 202021 Views

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Stay-in-school campaign kicks off in Nunavik – Nunatsiaq News

29 January 2020 Songwriting workshop tours region as part of School Perseverance Days Starting in February, windows of Nunavik homes and cars will display messages encouraging students to stay in school. Decal stickers will be mailed out early in the month as part of the campaign, called School Perseverance Days, which runs from Feb. 17 […]

by ahnationtalk on January 29, 202022 Views

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Their monsters and inner demons’: Quebec Cree hip-hop duo make video about youth struggles – CBC

‘We want to show youth they are not alone,’ say The NorthStars Jan 29, 2020 Northern Quebec rap duo The NorthStars has released a new song and video with a powerful message about what some Indigenous young people face. The group is hoping Monsters, a video about the ravages of substance abuse, will inspire some […]

by ahnationtalk on January 29, 202017 Views

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Excluded voices – McGill Tribune

It begins on the first day of the semester: The syllabus is monopolized by white men. When universities emphasize privileged voices, they dominate classroom conversations and textbooks, leaving little space for marginalized groups’ experiences. While academic institutions like McGill continue to enact policies against discrimination, these initiatives raise questions of what kinds of discrimination ought […]

by ahnationtalk on January 28, 202018 Views

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‘Both ambitious and reasonable’: Chiefs lay out priorities for work on Viens commission’s calls to action – APTN News

January 27, 2020 Leaders of various Indigenous organizations and representatives of the Quebec government convened at the Delta hotel in downtown Montreal for a second meeting since the release of the Viens Commission report last year – with a productive outcome, according to the province’s minister of Indigenous affairs. While addressing reporters after the closing […]

by ahnationtalk on January 28, 202019 Views

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Listuguj cannabis shops open for business as community tries to heal old wounds – APTN News

January 27, 2020 Two weeks ago Quebec provincial police were helping Listuguj police with raids on cannabis shops in the community. Fast forward to today – those same shops are open once again with permission from the council. It’s trying to come up with its own laws – and heal old wounds. Read More: https://aptnnews.ca/2020/01/27/listuguj-cannabis-shops-open-for-business-as-community-tries-to-heal-old-wounds/

by ahnationtalk on January 28, 202018 Views

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Akwesasne moves ahead in $239M Dundee land claim settlement after appeals dismissed – CBC

5 appeals of 2018 referendum results dismissed by court following year-long process Jan 28, 2020 Akwesasne is one step closer to settling a 130-year-old land grievance with Canada after a year of reviewing appeals lodged against the results of a community-wide referendum. The referendum, held in December 2018, was required by the Mohawk community that […]

by ahnationtalk on January 28, 202018 Views

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Despite soaring Indigenous incarceration, minimum sentencing persists – Policy Options

Inflexible sentencing is a pipeline to federal prisons for Indigenous offenders. As over-representation soars, it’s puzzling why the laws remain unchanged. It is impossible to know how hard the federal government is working to address Indigenous over-representation in Canada’s federal prisons, but it is clear it is not working very effectively. Indigenous people now make […]

by ahnationtalk on January 27, 202015 Views

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