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Databases a powerful weapon in fight to eradicate TB – Winnipeg Free Press

Feb 14, 2019 Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the top 10 global causes of death. It is caused by bacteria that first settle in the lungs and spread through the air and is passed on when a person with an active infection coughs or sneezes. People can also pass on TB when they are not […]

by ahnationtalk on February 14, 201910 Views

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Restorative actions for non-Indigenous woman ‘won’t be easy,’ says Southern Chiefs justice director – CBC

Flin Flon woman posted racist remarks about Indigenous peoples on Facebook has the option to make amends Feb 14, 2019 The director of justice for the Southern Chiefs’ Organization is praising a Flin Flon woman for choosing restorative justice to make amends for uttering threats toward Indigenous people last year. “I applaud her for wanting to […]

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Manitoba CFS changes ignore First Nations demands for jurisdiction, say chiefs – APTN News

February 14, 2019 First Nation leaders in Manitoba say the provincial government’s announced child welfare reform this week ignores efforts by Indigenous communities that are trying to regain jurisdiction over their own children. On Wednesday the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) issued a statement criticizing Monday’s announcement by the province that it will move to […]

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Mediation Circle Recommends Indigenous Community Service For Racist Facebook Post – HuffPost Canada

“It’s not considered a form of punishment but a form of rehabilitation.” OPASKWAYAK CREE NATION, Canada — A Manitoba woman arrested over online comments that threatened violence against Indigenous people will serve 80 hours of community service on a First Nation as one of many conditions to resolve the case after participating in mediation circles. […]

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Winnipeg going to the mattresses with new recycling program – Globalnews.ca

Here is a chance to get a jump start on your spring cleaning, thanks to the City of Winnipeg. The city announced the launch of a new mattress recycling program Wednesday, in partnership with Winnipeg-based Mother Earth Recycling. For a limited time, Winnipeggers will be able to drop off up to six mattresses and box […]

by ahnationtalk on February 13, 201912 Views

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Resignation of ‘very principled’ Jody Wilson-Raybould not a surprise, say former Manitoba grand chiefs – CBC

‘Her resolve to do the right thing is always on the top of her mind,’ says former MKO grand chief Sheila North Feb 13, 2019 Two former Manitoba grand chiefs are defending Jody Wilson-Raybould as a strong leader following her resignation from cabinet Tuesday morning. “She follows her convictions to the greatest degree. She’s very principled,” […]

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Block Funding Model to Begin in MB for Child Welfare – PortageOnline.com

February 12, 2019 The Province of Manitoba made an announcement yesterday about a change in funding models for the Child Welfare system. Minister of Families Heather Stefanson was with Minister of Indigenous and Northern relations Eileen Clarke as well Child and Family Services Assistant Deputy Minister Jill Perrin. “We are here to announce important changes […]

by ahnationtalk on February 12, 20199 Views

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Indigenous students embrace culture to curb social issues – Westman Journal

High school students from a remote, Northern Ontario Indigenous community are turning towards their traditional dance and prayer systems to fight against severe substance abuse and suicide issues. February 11, 2019 Lilly Kejick, a Grade 12 student from Pikangikum, Ont., sits in a set of bleachers in the Keystone Centre’s Manitoba Room to get a […]

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Pimicikamak Cree Nation member designs Jets, Moose logos for weekend celebrating Indigenous culture – Thompson Citizen

February 8, 2019 The Indigenous culture of Winnipeg and Manitoba will be celebrated on the ice Feb. 16-17 as the Winnipeg Jets and Manitoba Moose play host to Winnipeg Aboriginal Sport Achievement Centre (WASAC) Night on Saturday and Follow Your Dreams Day on Sunday. For WASAC Night Feb. 16, the Winnipeg Jets will welcome 30 […]

by ahnationtalk on February 8, 201922 Views

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NDP motion to address ‘housing crisis’ on First Nations defeated handily in House of Commons – Thompson Citizen

February 7, 2019 A motion by the NDP asking the federal  Liberal government to commit funds for completing 250,000 housing units in the next five years was defeated 248 to 46 in the House of Commons Feb. 5. NDP MPs from Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec hosted a press conference Jan. 30 as Parliament resumed […]

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