The results in four Northwest Territories ridings on Nov. 23 were close enough to warrant a judicial recount.
Alberta’s new climate change action plan was roundly praised when Premier Rachel Notley released it Sunday, Nov. 22.
The Giant Mine remediation project is one step closer in coming to fruition, following the announcement that an oversight body has been selected.
Dozens of teams, hundreds of players and thousands of dollars flowed into Fort Smith as the former PWK Invitational Volleyball Tournament rolled into town for four days of action.
After years of the former federal Conservative government dismissing missing and murdered indigenous women, our country’s national epidemic, as an enforcement issue, there is a groundswell of optimism about the new Liberal prime minister’s pledge to call a national inquiry. The anticipation is palpable and widespread.
This is not the article I expected to write, but recent events have lit up lightbulbs that I have to share. Something really stood out while I was listening to a CBC interview the other day; the interviewee said that there is one thing that is similar about all the people who attacked Paris and it is not their race, religion or nationality – it is their youth.
National homicide rates released by Statistics Canada last week included unprecedented clarity on data from the Aboriginal population.READ MORE
For years, advocates have been calling for an inquiry into cases of missing and murdered indigenous women, a call that was answered last week when Indigenous and Northern Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett announced the department was initiating consultations with families of victims – the first step in the inquiry process.READ MORE
The Giant Mine remediation project is one step closer in coming to fruition, following the announcement that an oversight body has been selected.READ MORE