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#Health Canada approves three supervised consumption sites for Montreal - The Globe and Mail: Montreal Gazette Health Canada approves three…

Canada approves three supervised consumption sites for Montreal - The Globe and Mail: Montreal Gazette Health Canada approves three…

Rex Murphy's hair is the grooviest

Dear Rex Murphy, When you write that Canadians are offended at the term ‘settler’ and ‘genocide,’ you don’t speak for all of us. I’m a Canadian citizen, my ancestors came to Canada from Europe a f.

The 500 delegates attending a conference this week are evidence that Saskatoon is moving faster on reconciliation than anywhere else in Canada, says cultural advisor Judy Pelly.

'A really good time to be alive in Saskatoon': City moving toward reconciliation, says cultural advisor

The 500 delegates attending a conference this week are evidence that Saskatoon is moving faster on reconciliation than anywhere else in Canada, says cultural advisor Judy Pelly.

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Health centre for kidney wellness officially opens at ANHH

In this excerpt from his recently-released book, the late Indigenous activist Arthur Manuel writes about how the BNA Act that created Canada set the young country on the path to a “race-based democracy”

In this excerpt from his recently-released book, the late Indigenous activist Arthur Manuel writes about how the BNA Act that created Canada set the young country on the path to a “race-based democracy”

Russell Diabo on why his close friend and mentor Arthur Manuel believed return of the land is the most important issue facing Indigenous peoples in Canada

Russell Diabo on why his close friend and mentor Arthur Manuel believed return of the land is the most important issue facing Indigenous peoples in Canada

Thousands of aboriginal children across Canada taken from their homes between the 1960s and 1980s is known as the “Sixties Scoop,” is part of a dark chapter of Canadian history.

What was the ‘60s Scoop’? Aboriginal children taken from homes a dark chapter in Canada’s history

Thousands of aboriginal children across Canada taken from their homes between the and is known as the “Sixties Scoop,” is part of a dark chapter of Canadian history.

‘We can shine the light in this province on Indigenous health’: University of Saskatchewan appoints a Cameco-funded Indigenous health chair |

‘We can shine the light in this province on Indigenous health’: University of Saskatchewan appoints a Cameco-funded Indigenous health chair

Yellowstone National Park has initiated wild bison capture operations in their Stephens Creek bison trap, and plans to send hundreds to slaughter in coming weeks. Yellowstone asserts that these act…

Yellowstone National Park has initiated wild bison capture operations in their Stephens Creek bison trap, and plans to send hundreds to slaughter in coming weeks. Yellowstone asserts that these act…

Dave was on his way to a meeting when he lost sensation on the right side of his body and collapsed.

Dave was on his way to a meeting when he lost sensation on the right side of his body and collapsed.

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