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Editorial: A Look Back at Volume 39 – The Link

This month marks the end of The Link’s volume 39, and for many of us, the end of our mandates as editors of this publication. Walking through the glass doors on the sixth floor of the Hall building for the first time, many of us never realized the impact this publication would have on ourselves, […]

by ahnationtalk on April 9, 201956 Views

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Towards the Indigenization of Concordia – The Concordian

April 9, 2019 Indigenous Directions Leadership Group discusses the future of Indigenization at Concordia Concordia’s Indigenous Directions Leadership Group launched its action plan last Thursday, which includes governance changes, student recruitment, Indigenous knowledge and pedagogical changes. The plan is based on consultations done in the last year with Indigenous students, faculty and staff about changes […]

by ahnationtalk on April 9, 201956 Views

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Canada: Searching for an Inuk role model to end violence against women – Radio Canada International

Ending violence against women starts with changing the culture of abuse, and an Inuit women’s group has launched a novel approach to making that change with its search for role models for a new campaign. The Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada are on the search for an Inuk to be a role model for others […]

by ahnationtalk on April 8, 201955 Views

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Morning Update: Teacher cuts in Ontario; leaders’ debate in Alberta; gas prices in B.C. – The Globe and Mail

Good morning, These are the top stories: Ontario plans to cut more than 3,400 teaching jobs Memos sent to school-board directors indicate Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservative government would cut 3,475 positions over the next four years to save an estimated $292-million a year. The move is the first sign of the impact of Ontario’s plan […]

by ahnationtalk on April 5, 201961 Views

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Concordia launches an Indigenous Directions action plan – Concordia U

The new guiding document will set the university on course to a more equitable and inclusive future April 4, 2019 Today, Concordia announced the launch of its Indigenous Directions action plan — Concordia’s Path Towards Decolonizing and Indigenizing the University. The action plan was created and implemented in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission […]

by ahnationtalk on April 4, 201961 Views

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Search is on for missing Inuk woman in Montreal – APTN News

April 2, 2019 Police in Montreal are on the look-out for an Inuk woman who has been missing for nearly four months. Donna Paré, 32, hasn’t been seen since December. Her disappearance was only reported to police last week. Intervention worker Jessica Quijano says that it’s likely the people who know her were hesitant to […]

by ahnationtalk on April 3, 201959 Views

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Addressing hate is a collective action – McGill Tribune

April 2, 2019 On March 28, the Quebec government tabled its proposed secularism law, which would bar anyone working in the public sector in a ‘position of authority’—including bus drivers and teachers—from wearing visible religious symbols such as the hijab and kippah. Like the failed 2013 Charte des Valeurs , Bill 21 is a thinly-veiled […]

by ahnationtalk on April 2, 201957 Views

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Pipe Dream: Canada’s Love of Oil – The Link

April 2, 2019 Pipelines have been running through our nations lands dating back to the 1950s, when this method of transportation was developed to carry oil and natural gas to Eastern Canada and the U.S., eventually being carried North. Pipelines have been running through our nations lands dating back to the 1950s, when this method […]

by ahnationtalk on April 2, 201960 Views

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Quebec human rights commission says Nunavik children remain at risk – Nunatsiaq News

2 April, 2019 Commission urges Quebec government to invest in region’s social services, housing Quebec’s Human Rights and Youth Commission is calling on the provincial government to address what it calls urgent and ongoing gaps in Nunavik’s youth protection system. Quebec’s Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse, as it’s […]

by ahnationtalk on April 2, 201958 Views

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Trudeau always quick to apologize for the past but not for SNC interference – TheSuburban.com

From turning back vessels with wartime refugees to the resettlement of indigenous people afflicted with tuberculosis, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is always a drop away from a glycerin tear as he atones for the sins of his predecessors. But when he’s waist-high in scandal of his own making, virtue-signalling, unlike charity, doesn’t begin at 24 […]

by ahnationtalk on March 27, 201967 Views

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