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Legal News Roundup for March 21 – CBA

March 21, 2017 CBA in the News Focus: Number of fraudulent immigration consultants growing Law Times Find out who gave $478K to candidates in Halifax’s last election CBC.ca MPs push for direct access to representatives Law Times Speaker’s Corner: Missed opportunity for family law Law Times Read More: http://www.cba.org/News-Media/In-the-Media/2017/March/Week-4/Legal-News-Roundup-for-March-21

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Letter: Budget 2017 – a strong vision for N.L.? – The Telegram

How can this really be a way forward, when the vast majority of us are struggling? As N.L. experiences negative economic growth, the only province in Canada to do so, it’s more like a way backward. The economic model championed by government is based on inequality and insecurity, which is not able to bring about […]

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Referendum required before any change to voting age in New Brunswick: minister – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 20, 2017 FREDERICTON _ The New Brunswick government says it won’t lower the voting age in the province unless it’s first approved through a referendum. New Brunswick’s Commission on Electoral Reform recommended lowering the voting age to 16 from 18 but Victor Boudreau, the minister responsible for electoral reform, says the government […]

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The Canadian Press News Look Ahead List from March 26 April 1 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Mar 20, 2017 EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for Sunday, March 26 to Saturday, April 1; x-denotes wire, y-denotes picture, z-denotes graphics coverage. Copy from other events based on merit and availability. All times local unless otherwise noted. Queries about these events and stories in The Canadian […]

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Should non-Indigenous Canadians learn Indigenous languages? – CBC Radio

March 19, 2017 “If I’m not Indigenous, is it ok for me to use Indigenous languages?” That’s the question The 180’s Kathryn Marlow asked herself, a few seconds after she thought “hey, it would be cool to learn some new words,” and “what if I, and all Canadians, worked some Indigenous words into our language?” […]

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New book takes a detailed look at ‘Indian Hospitals’ – APTN

March 17, 2017 Canada had segregated healthcare for Indigenous people for decades. They were known as “Indian Hospitals” and were notorious for their abuse, neglect and, in some cases, experiments. A new investigative book tackles the subject in great detail and the revelations aren’t any more flattering. Tfennario@aptn.ca Read More: http://aptnnews.ca/2017/03/17/new-book-takes-a-detailed-look-at-indian-hospitals/

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Op-ed: Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo – MUN Gazette

March 20, 2017 Research in the North has too often focused on answering the questions that the South has about the North. Increasingly, Northern organizations, governments, researchers, and communities are calling for more leadership when deciding how research and education will be conducted, what research is a priority, and how funding will be controlled and […]

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Indigenous man wins human rights settlement after jail denied request to practise spirituality – CBC

Anthony Peter-Paul filed complaint after he was prohibited from smudging while in jail Mar 20, 2017 The Department of Justice and Public Safety and its jail in Shediac have apologized to a former Indigenous inmate who was denied access to traditional native spiritual services, such as smudging. Anthony Peter-Paul was incarcerated for 16 months, first […]

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Nearly killed by frostbite, Hopedale woman grateful as her life gets back on track – CBC

Despite losing 8 fingers and part of a leg, Gerri Boase is on the mend Mar 20, 2017 A Labrador woman who lost fingers and part of one leg after falling asleep outdoors in sub-zero temperatures is recovering from a horrific experience, thanks to family and friends who pitched in to help. In February of […]

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Canadian wins $1M global award for teaching excellence – CP

Source: The Associated Press Mar 19, 2017  By Aya Batrawy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DUBAI, United Arab Emirates _ A Canadian school teacher whose teaching philosophy underscores hope and acts of kindness in an isolated corner of Quebec won a $1 million prize Sunday in what has become one of the most-coveted and high-profile awards for teaching excellence. […]

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