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When Will Canada ‘Take A Knee’ For Indigenous Peoples? – Huffingtonpost.ca

As we rush to act in solidarity with our American neighbours, we must remember that Canada too must approach racial injustice with rigour and tenacity. October 16, 2017 As political protests blaze across football fields and dominate headlines, American athlete’s intentions are palpable and fervent as they kneel in protest to social injustice — a […]

by pmnationtalk on October 17, 20174 Views

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So many reasons to stop Site C – Kelowna Daily Courier

I am writing this letter to express my views concerning the important decision regarding the Site C dam. I attended the BC Utilities Commission public inquiry held in Kelowna on Sept. 25. Since then, there have been hearings in Nelson, Prince George, Fort St. John, Vancouver and Victoria. The vast majority of presenters were opposed […]

by pmnationtalk on October 17, 20173 Views

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A list of consultations, audits and reviews by B.C. government on some issues – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 16, 2017  VICTORIA _ The British Columbia New Democrat government has announced reviews or consultations on a number of issues since coming to power in July. On Monday, the NDP announced it had hired a consultant to review the issue of ride-sharing. Here’s a look at the government’s approach: Site C: The […]

by ahnationtalk on October 17, 20176 Views

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Ontario college strike cancels classes for about half a million students – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 16, 2017  By Shawn Jeffords and Allison Jones THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ Classes were cancelled for about half a million students in Ontario on Monday as faculty at the province’s colleges went on strike. The labour dispute involving more than 12,000 professors, instructors, counsellors, and librarians began late Sunday, after the […]

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Pharmacists say rural B.C. needs injectable treatment in overdose crisis fight – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 16, 2017  By Camille Bains THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ Chronic opioid users in rural and remote communities in British Columbia need access to supervised injectable treatment that is already available in the Vancouver area, says the head of the BC Pharmacy Association. Geraldine Vance said the overdose epidemic demands immediate involvement […]

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Seven stories in the news for today, Oct. 17 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 17, 2017 Seven stories in the news for Tuesday, Oct. 17 ___ BOMBARDIER PARTNERS WITH AIRBUS ON CSERIES JETS Airbus Group is buying a majority stake in Bombardier’s CSeries program and will assemble the plane in the U.S. to avoid import duties. The partnership comes weeks after the U.S. announced 300 per […]

by ahnationtalk on October 17, 20176 Views

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Candidates spar in debate – Castanet.net

Six of the candidates running to lead British Columbia’s Liberals laid out their ideas to rebuild the party Sunday in a debate that dwelled at times on what went wrong in last spring’s election. The field of candidates includes three members of Christy Clark’s pre-election cabinet and two of them did some soul-searching on why […]

by ahnationtalk on October 16, 20176 Views

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Opinion: We must act now to save the heart of a mighty river – Vancouver Sun

October 15, 2017 The Fraser River is B.C.’s largest and most ecologically diverse waterway and, at its very heart between the towns of Hope and Mission, is a meandering section that is widely known as one of the most productive stretches of river anywhere in the world. Often referred to as the Heart of the […]

by ahnationtalk on October 16, 20175 Views

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Is Morneau to blame for Trudeau’s slump? – Rabble

October 16, 2017 If we are to believe a few opinion polls, the Justin Trudeau government is experiencing a mid-term slump. There is, in fact, one poll that shows the Liberals and Andrew Sheer-led Conservatives in a near tie. Some commentators attribute this apparent slump to the kerfuffle over the government’s plan to tighten the […]

by ahnationtalk on October 16, 20178 Views

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Company accused of diverting millions intended for impoverished First Nation – National Post

Exclusive: The lawsuit reveals Health Canada repeatedly renewed Crupi Consulting’s contract while it was the subject of an investigation by the government and RCMP The federal government is suing an Ontario company over allegations it diverted and misappropriated millions in health-care funding intended for one of Canada’s most impoverished First Nations. The lawsuit also reveals […]

by ahnationtalk on October 16, 20175 Views

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