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Business Wire
Camosun College Moves to Cloud with Ellucian Private Cloud Solutionhas built a strong reputation for its focus on its students, including Indigeno
Business Wire / Posted 3 hours ago
has built a strong reputation for its focus on its students, including Indigenous students from First Nations, Métis, and Inuit groups, and international students hailing from more than 80 countries. “The decision to implement Colleague via... Read more
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New Kerala
First Air unveils a new look with bold colours and Arctic symbol - newkerala news #281952iconic Arctic symbol: The Inuksuk. This logo is representative of the people an
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
iconic Arctic symbol: The Inuksuk. This logo is representative of the people and land of the Arctic. In the words of one Inuit Elder consulted during the design process, "We never go anywhere without an Inuksuk showing the way." The airline's... Read more
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CTV News
Trudeau Liberals hit 2-year mark. How've they done?the promised pay equity legislation. Indigenous Issues: Trudeau promised to im
CTV News / Posted 3 days ago
the promised pay equity legislation. Indigenous Issues: Trudeau promised to improve the relationship with First Nations, Inuit and Métis people; to launch a national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls that has since... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Evidence builds for Planet Nine in outer spaceafter Greek and Roman gods in mythology. Instead, they got names, such as Sedna
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 3 days ago
after Greek and Roman gods in mythology. Instead, they got names, such as Sedna and Makemake, after gods and goddesses in Inuit and other less well-known mythologies, such as the Rapa Nui from Easter Island. Some dwarf planets also have moons but... Read more
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CTV News
Trudeau Liberals hit two-year mark. How have they done?the promised pay equity legislation. Indigenous Issues: Trudeau promised to im
CTV News / Posted 3 days ago
the promised pay equity legislation. Indigenous Issues: Trudeau promised to improve the relationship with First Nations, Inuit and Métis people; to launch a national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls that has since... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The 10 most amazing Northern Lights cruisesAurora Borealis cruise costs from £4,635 per person excluding flights, departin
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Aurora Borealis cruise costs from £4,635 per person excluding flights, departing Sept 5 2018. Best excursion: Visit an Inuit settlement and meet the people of Ittoqqortoormiit. This 20-night trip ticks plenty of sightseeing boxes as it travels... Read more
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Calgary Sun
No-calculator math test reveals weak mental math among Alberta studentssaid their students exceeded PAT and diploma exam pass rates in 17 of 21 subjec
Calgary Sun / Posted 5 days ago
said their students exceeded PAT and diploma exam pass rates in 17 of 21 subjects. Provincial First Nations, Métis, and Inuit three-year graduation rate, 2016: 53.6 per cent (up 3.4 percentage points from 2015) Edmonton Catholic Schools’ 2016... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Award winning author to tour the Peacewith the Peace Library System which is holding the event. Paquette won the Bur
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
with the Peace Library System which is holding the event. Paquette won the Burt Award for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Literature in 2015 for his debut young adult fantasy novel Lightfinder, which he will be discussing during his... Read more
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New Kerala
Students can help build more Habitat for Humanity homes through the Genworth Canada's Meaning of Home writing contest - newkerala news #281059Humanity Iqaluit, where a Habitat home is currently being built. Future Habitat
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
Humanity Iqaluit, where a Habitat home is currently being built. Future Habitat homeowners Tiivi and Caroline, who are also Inuit, will pay an affordable mortgage and volunteer 500 hours of their time as part of the program. "The Genworth Canada... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Little Mishka off to ‘Polar Pre-School’the name of its female polar bear cub as Mishka on Wednesday morning, August 9.
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
the name of its female polar bear cub as Mishka on Wednesday morning, August 9. Mishka means “little bear” in Russian and Inuit. Sea World said in a statement that the name Mishka was one of four considered that paid homage to the cub’s mother,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Little Mishka off to ‘Polar Pre-School’the name of its female polar bear cub as Mishka on Wednesday morning, August 9.
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
the name of its female polar bear cub as Mishka on Wednesday morning, August 9. Mishka means “little bear” in Russian and Inuit. Sea World said in a statement that the name Mishka was one of four considered that paid homage to the cub’s mother,... Read more
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News.com.au
Little Mishka off to ‘Polar Pre-School’the name of its female polar bear cub as Mishka on Wednesday morning, August 9.
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
the name of its female polar bear cub as Mishka on Wednesday morning, August 9. Mishka means “little bear” in Russian and Inuit. Sea World said in a statement that the name Mishka was one of four considered that paid homage to the cub’s mother,... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Teens bring together north and southher school’s swim team and is in the choir. Her interest in northern Canadian c
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 7 days ago
her school’s swim team and is in the choir. Her interest in northern Canadian culture was piqued in Grade 5 when she got an Inuit doll that came with a journal written in English, French and Inuktitut. Just turned 18, Lindsey has graduated from her... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Teens bring together north and southher school’s swim team and is in the choir. Her interest in northern Canadian c
Delhi News Record / Posted 7 days ago
her school’s swim team and is in the choir. Her interest in northern Canadian culture was piqued in Grade 5 when she got an Inuit doll that came with a journal written in English, French and Inuktitut. Just turned 18, Lindsey has graduated from her... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Teens bring together north and southher school’s swim team and is in the choir. Her interest in northern Canadian c
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 7 days ago
her school’s swim team and is in the choir. Her interest in northern Canadian culture was piqued in Grade 5 when she got an Inuit doll that came with a journal written in English, French and Inuktitut. Just turned 18, Lindsey has graduated from her... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Norwich Sound and Vision festivalDJ’s in the bar area there was a really good buzz about the place. To send a l
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 8 days ago
DJ’s in the bar area there was a really good buzz about the place. To send a link to this page you must be logged in. Get Inuit enter the stage to the theme tune of the Rugrats and blasted through some entertaining surf pop with clear nods to... Read more
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CBC.ca
A Tribe Called Red pulls out of Mìwàte sound and light showweek Mìwàte talks about the "dark side" of Canada's history, and that organizer
CBC.ca / Posted 9 days ago
week Mìwàte talks about the "dark side" of Canada's history, and that organizers consulted with members of the Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn First Nation, as well as local Métis and Inuit communities. Listen to the full interview with CBC Rad... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Quebec teen charged with murder of girlarrested the teen at his home Thursday. The victim, 14, was found dead in a fi
Calgary Sun / Posted 9 days ago
arrested the teen at his home Thursday. The victim, 14, was found dead in a field near her home on July 22 in the Inuit community located on Hudson Bay. Ouellet says she can’t release many of the details because they are central to the... Read more
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CTV News
Ottawa expresses concern to Europe over toxic rocket splashdownwhales, polar bears, and four types of seals swim in its waters. Tens of millio
CTV News / Posted 10 days ago
whales, polar bears, and four types of seals swim in its waters. Tens of millions of seabirds teem in its skies. Inuit communities in Canada and Greenland routinely hunt animals that depend on the North Water Polynya. Global Affairs... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
First Air Unveils a New Look with Bold Colours and Arctic Symboliconic Arctic symbol: The Inuksuk. This logo is representative of the people an
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 10 days ago
iconic Arctic symbol: The Inuksuk. This logo is representative of the people and land of the Arctic. In the words of one Inuit Elder consulted during the design process, "We never go anywhere without an Inuksuk showing the way." The airline's... Read more
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CTV News
Seal meat at Toronto eatery pits Indigenous cuisine against animal welfare activistsIndigenous hunting. The counter-petition argues “anti-sealing campaigns have h
CTV News / Posted 11 days ago
Indigenous hunting. The counter-petition argues “anti-sealing campaigns have had detrimental economic impacts for the Inuit,” and encourages its supporters to “try the seal!” The bulk of those in favour of Ku-kum Kitchen’s decision to serve... Read more
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BBC News
Canada divided over seal tartare on menuKu-kum Kitchen to take seal off the menu. A counter-petition by an indigenous
BBC News / Posted 11 days ago
Ku-kum Kitchen to take seal off the menu. A counter-petition by an indigenous advocate says the boycott is an attack on Inuit culture and hypocritical. The restaurant's chef, Joseph Shawana, from the Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve, says seal meat... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
These Cold-Weather Container Farms Let Produce Grow In The Arcticcustomers still pay 30% less than they would have otherwise. Notably, produce
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 11 days ago
customers still pay 30% less than they would have otherwise. Notably, produce was not traditionally part of the diet of Inuit or other indigenous people. But, then again, neither was soda, candy, or other junk food that has become common. As... Read more
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Variety
The Story Behind ‘Melita’, the Breathtaking Animated Short Unveiled at Oculus Connectthe story is Melita, a female AI bot that is holed up at a North Pole research
Variety / Posted 11 days ago
the story is Melita, a female AI bot that is holed up at a North Pole research station together with Anaaya, a scientist of Inuit descent. Melita is initially just a sidekick, tasked with scanning the sky for planets that could sustain life. But the... Read more
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Aljazeera
'Mixed feelings' over Canada's '60s Scoop' settlementis "symbolic of an acknowledgement that wrong was done".Compensation and healin
Aljazeera / Posted 12 days ago
is "symbolic of an acknowledgement that wrong was done".Compensation and healing Under the settlement, First Nations and Inuit children who were taken from their homes between 1951 and 1991 will be eligible for personal compensation. The amount... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Peace Wapiti Superintendent Rowe to retirestandards. As superintendent, his portfolio has included accountability for inc
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
standards. As superintendent, his portfolio has included accountability for inclusive education, school improvement plans, teacher evaluation, technology, counseling, professional learning communities, and First Nations, Inuit and Métis program... Read more
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CTV News
Metis woman to 'keep fighting' for those excluded from '60s Scoop settlementCalderwood, who is Metis, says that people like her suffered just as much from
CTV News / Posted 13 days ago
Calderwood, who is Metis, says that people like her suffered just as much from the ‘60s Scoop as First Nations and Inuit, who are expected to get at least $25,000 each. “It just angers me,” Calderwood told CTV Winnipeg. “It’s like it’s all... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Playlist for Indigenous Peoples' Dayis of her own. In 2014, Tagaq won the Polaris Prize for best Canadian album, fo
The Daily Californian / Posted 14 days ago
is of her own. In 2014, Tagaq won the Polaris Prize for best Canadian album, for Animism. Tagaq extends her extraordinary Inuit throat singing abilities to larger audiences, highlighting the strength and skills that she learned her... Read more
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CBC.ca
Snorkelling over a Franklin Expedition wreck? Adventure tourism arrives in the vulnerable Arctic"to the conservation, protection and presentation of the Franklin wrecks with t
CBC.ca / Posted 14 days ago
"to the conservation, protection and presentation of the Franklin wrecks with the government of Nunavut and designated Inuit organizations." A Parks Canada permit is required to visit the wreck sites, and doing so without a permit could lead... Read more
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CBC.ca
'Her story has resonated': Nunavut teen's death drives Inuit, federal task force on TB in the NorthThe Canadian government and Inuit have launched a task force aimed at tackling
CBC.ca / Posted 15 days ago
The Canadian government and Inuit have launched a task force aimed at tackling the tuberculosis crisis across Inuit Nunangat. Among Inuit, the tuberculosis rate in 2015 was more than 270 times higher than the rate among Canadian-born non-Indigenous... Read more
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Rutland Herald
A man's best friendrelationship that, given time, could develop into something mutually rewarding.
Rutland Herald / Posted 16 days ago
relationship that, given time, could develop into something mutually rewarding. I have old black-and-white photos of Copper Inuit on the north coast of Canada moving incredibly large sled loads of their belongings across the spring snow in harness... Read more
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CBC.ca
Inuit call for halt on satellite launch over rocket's toxic fuel fearsInuit are calling on the Canadian and Danish governments to step in and halt an
CBC.ca / Posted 16 days ago
Inuit are calling on the Canadian and Danish governments to step in and halt an international satellite launch next week, over fears the rocket's debris risks contaminating an ecological haven in the High Arctic. On Thursday, the European Space... Read more
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Golden Star
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Golden Star / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Rossland News
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Rossland News / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Similkameen Spotlight
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Similkameen Spotlight / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Smithers Interior News
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Smithers Interior News / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Alberni Valley News / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Abbotsford News
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Abbotsford News / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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The North Island Gazette
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
The North Island Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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100 Mile House Free Press
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
100 Mile House Free Press / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Comox Valley Record / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Castlegar News
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Castlegar News / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Arrow Lakes News
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Arrow Lakes News / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Kitimat Sentinel
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Kitimat Sentinel / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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Peace Arch News
’60s Scoop deal to compensate victims, fund reconciliation foundationalso earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to in
Peace Arch News / Posted 16 days ago
also earmarked $75 million for legal fees. The compensation money will go to individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit. The ’60s Scoop a dark and painful chapter in Canada’s history, Bennett said. “Their stories are heartbreaking,”... Read more
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