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Ending Violence Against First Nations Women and Girls Can’t Wait: AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde

Ending Violence Against First Nations Women and Girls Can’t Wait: AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde December 14, 2018 (Ottawa, ON) – Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde commented today on the conclusion of the truth gathering process of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. “I lift up […]

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New Justices Appointed to the Ontario Court of Justice

December 14, 2018 The Honourable Caroline Mulroney, Attorney General for Ontario, has announced the appointment of five new justices to the Ontario Court of Justice, effective December 26, 2018. Justice Aubrey Danielle Hilliard was called to the bar in 2005. She has been a partner with Yanch & Hilliard LLP since 2007, with a focus […]

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Thunder Bay police investigating teen’s death as homicide – Sudbury.com

The body of Braiden Jacob was found in Chapples Park on Sunday THUNDER BAY — The death of 17-year-old Braiden Jacob is being investigated as a homicide. The Thunder Bay Police Service on Thursday confirmed they believe the Webequie First Nation teen, whose body was found at Chapples Park on Sunday, was the victim of […]

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System failed Manitoba girl returned to parent without support, checks: advocate – BayToday

WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s advocate for children and youth says a girl who suffered repeated sexual abuse and died of a drug overdose was failed over and over again by the province’s child welfare system. The girl — identified only as Angel — was born to a mother with addiction issues and was apprehended by social […]

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MSIFN Announces $50,000 Contribution to Proposed Chiefs of Ontario’s Indigenous Women’s Safety and Wellbeing Project

SCUGOG, ON, Dec. 13, 2018 – Chief Kelly LaRocca announced an offer of support for the Chiefs of Ontario’s (COO) Women’s Caucus goal of establishing a safehouse in the Greater Toronto Area for victims of human trafficking. This cause was one of many recognized and supported during Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation’s (MSIFN) annual […]

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B.C. appoints provincial court judge in Kamloops

Dec. 13, 2018 VICTORIA – The Government of British Columbia is appointing a new provincial court judge to ensure the judiciary has the resources to continue to provide access to justice. The new judge will be Raymond Phillips, whose appointment fills a vacancy at the Kamloops provincial court. Phillips was born in Kamloops and is […]

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‘It’s going to reopen again’: Elder told mother of Kyle Morrisseau that his story wasn’t over – APTN News

December 13, 2018 The mother of Kyle Morrisseau says she was told by an Elder when her son died nine years ago that his case would eventually be reopened. “He was just talking to me, just talking to me and then he says, ‘in the future from now on then in the future it’s not […]

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Viens Commission comes full circle, as first witness returns for finale – CBC

Viviane Michel opened the proceedings of Quebec inquiry, and is back for the last day in Val-d’Or Dec 14, 2018 Nearly two years after she first pleaded for Quebec to take action to protect Indigenous women, Viviane Michel will be the last person to testify before the public inquiry into the treatment of First Nations […]

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Indigenous teen’s death in Thunder Bay ruled a homicide – Globalnews.ca

December 14, 2018 THUNDER BAY, Ont. – Police say the death of an Indigenous teen whose body was found in a Thunder Bay, Ont., park is being treated as a homicide. Thunder Bay police say a passerby discovered 17-year-old Braiden Jacob around 11:30 a.m. on Sunday in Chapples Park. Police have revealed few details about […]

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Thunder Bay Police: Sudden death now a homicide investigation

Incident Date: Thursday, December 13, 2018 – 17:15 Incident Number: P18075118 Location: Thunder Bay Date Published: 2018-12-13 The Thunder Bay Police Service is investigating the death of 17-year-old Braiden JACOB as a homicide. Officers were dispatched to the southern portion of Chapples Park shortly after 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 9 after a passerby saw […]

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How Thunder Bay police failed Indigenous people – CBC

“When the agency that’s supposed to protect you is also an agency that you fear, there is really little place for you to find shelter,” says Jorge Barrera, a reporter with CBC’s Indigenous Unit, in relation to a disturbing new report about the Thunder Bay Police Service. Ontario’s police watchdog Gerry McNeilly says “systemic racism” […]

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Pipeline protesters blow whistles, interrupt Canada Finance Minister during LNG talks

Credits: Global News Indigenous Rights activists blew whistles, called out Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and interrupted Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau on Thursday three separate times at a Canada 2020 event in Ottawa, protesting the $40-billion LNG Canada investment in building the export facility in Kitimat, B.C.

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Government of Canada announces judicial appointments in the province of Ontario

From: Department of Justice Canada December 13, 2018 – Ottawa, Ontario – Department of Justice Canada The Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, today announced the following appointments under the new judicial application process introduced on October 20, 2016. The new process emphasizes transparency, merit, and diversity, and will continue […]

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Review of Thunder Bay Police Service finds ‘systemic racism’ at institutional level – Sudbury.com

The Office of the Independent Police Review Director report says nine cases involving Indigenous deaths should be reinvestigated THUNDER BAY – The Office of the Independent Police Review Director has found that systemic racism exists at an institutional level at the Thunder Bay Police Service. “Our detailed review of cases involving sudden deaths of Indigenous […]

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These are the death probes police watchdog wants reopened – The Star

Dec. 12, 2018 They were police investigations beset with problems, probes into the deaths of Indigenous people so deficient they must be reopened, according to a highly critical police watchdog report released Wednesday. Investigators from the Thunder Bay police had “misguided” approaches to some cases. They reached “premature conclusions” about how someone died. Inexperienced officers […]

by ahnationtalk on December 13, 201822 Views

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Viens Commission: The AFNQL intends to call on international organizations

Wendake, December 13, 2018 – The Chief of the Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador (AFNQL), Ghislain Picard, testified today for a fourth time before the Public Inquiry Commission on relations between Indigenous Peoples and certain public services in Québec (Viens Commission). During his intervention, Chief Picard presented the recommendations of the AFNQL, specifically those on […]

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Anastasia Qupee honoured for commitment to human rights – The Western Star

Dedication to community, recognizing the good in others and sharing those lessons with her daughter amongst priorities in award recipients life SHESHATSHIU, N.L. Anastasia Qupee of Sheshatshiu has been recognized by the Human Rights Commission for her lifelong contribution to human rights in this province. Qupee was one of two recipients of the Human Rights […]

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In-Depth: Something must be done about the Thunder Bay police – Macleans

An unprecedented report says ‘systemic racism’ exists within the force, and that there was ‘neglect of duty’ among investigators. Is it beyond fixing? Dec 12, 2018 In October 2015, Stacy DeBungee, an Ojibway man from the Rainy River First Nation, was pulled from Thunder Bay’s McIntyre River. His name was added to the likes of […]

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‘They matter and they were loved’: Standoff conference honours murdered and missing Indigenous women – Globalnews.ca

The number of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls continues to weigh on the hearts and minds of members of the Blood Tribe in southern Alberta. A recent database identified more than 2,500 murdered or missing Indigenous women across North America. Those at Dec. 10 to 12 conference held in Standoff, Alta., spent some […]

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Indigenous families struggle to trust Thunder Bay police as they face reopening of cases – CBC

‘I just want to know the truth, that is all I want to know,’ says Christina Gliddy’s mother Four days after 30-year-old Marie Spence was found dead near a bike path, clutching a clump of grass in one hand and a branch in the other, Thunder Bay police issued a press release saying they didn’t […]

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Ontario: Nine cases involving Indigenous deaths in Thunder Bay should be reinvestigated says police watchdog – SooToday.com

THUNDER BAY – The Office of the Independent Police Review Director has found that systemic racism exists at an institutional level at the Thunder Bay Police Service. “Our detailed review of cases involving sudden deaths of Indigenous men and women found TBPS investigators failed on an unacceptable high number of occasions to treat or protect […]

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Live: Missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls inquiry holds final hearings in Ottawa – CBC

Watch the hearings live all week from Ottawa Dec 10, 2018 The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls concludes its evidence gathering activities this week as final submissions from parties with standing will be heard in Ottawa. Watch live here throughout each day. The inquiry granted official standing to approximately 100 […]

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Statement from the Thunder Bay Police Service

December 12, 2018 Following the release of the Office of the Independent Police Review Director’s (OIPRD) systemic review, the Thunder Bay Police Service is formally acknowledging that it must address the systemic racism, barriers and biases that exist within its service. This acknowledgement is an important step, as highlighted by the OIPRD report, in the […]

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Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada: Submissions to National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

On December 11, 2018, the oral submission from Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada, AnanauKatiget?Tumingit?Regional Inuit Women’s Association, Saturviit Inuit Women’s Association of Nunavik, Ottawa Inuit Children’s Centre, and Manitoba Inuit Association was made to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. Please click on the links below to read or watch […]

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Thunder Bay Police Service UPDATE: Sudden Death Investigation

Incident Date: Monday, December 10, 2018 – 15:45 Incident Number:? P18075118 Location: Thunder bay Date Published: 2018-12-10 The Thunder Bay Police Service continues to investigate a sudden death that occurred over the weekend in Chapples Park. Officers were dispatched to the southern portion of the park just after 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 9 after […]

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Police watchdog recommends reopening nine Indigenous sudden death investigations in Thunder Bay after review – APTN News

December 12, 2018 Police in Thunder Bay failed to properly investigate at least nine sudden death investigations of Indigenous people in the city, a long-awaited report has found. In its report, released Wednesday, the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD) called the Thunder Bay Police Service’s (TBPS) investigations into a number of sudden […]

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Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada: Oral Submission to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

December 11, 2018 OTTAWA – Today, Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada, with its partners in standing ? Saturviit Inuit Women’s Association of Nunavik, Ottawa Inuit Children’s Centre, AnanauKatiget Tumingit Regional Inuit Women’s Association, and Manitoba Inuit Association ? made its oral closing submission to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. […]

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Action Required to Address Failings of Thunder Bay Police Service: National Chief Perry Bellegarde

Action Required to Address Failings of Thunder Bay Police Service: National Chief Perry Bellegarde December 12, 2018 (Ottawa, ON) – Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde said today’s report by the Office of the Independent Police Review Director on the relationship between the Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS) and First Nations compels […]

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National Inquiry reaches milestone as Truth Gathering Process concludes

Commissioners shift focus to develop evidence-based recommendations for Final Report Ottawa, December 12, 2018 — The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls will formally conclude its Truth Gathering Process this week in Ottawa, following nine days of final submissions from Parties with Standing. Including presentations made in Calgary last month, Commissioners […]

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BCAFN: First Nations Leadership Council demands Overhaul of Systems for Children with Special Needs

X?m?θk??y??m(Musqueam), S?wx?wú7mesh (Squamish) and S?l?ilw?ta??/Sel?ílwith (Tsleil-Waututh)/Vancouver: On Monday Dec.10, the Representative for Children and Youth released the report Alone and Afraid: Lessons learned from the ordeal of a child with special needs and his family, which exposes British Columbia’s deeply flawed system of services to support children with complex needs. Kukpi7 Judy Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer of […]

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A tale of two cities: Thunder Bay as ‘a mirror image of Winnipeg’ on Indigenous-police relations – CBC

On the eve of an Ontario report into systemic racism, the situation in Thunder Bay resonates in Winnipeg Dec 12, 2018 Given the historic relationship between Winnipeg’s police and the city’s Indigenous community, it may be difficult for Winnipeggers to look 703 kilometres down the Trans-Canada Highway at Thunder Bay. Northwestern Ontario’s largest city is […]

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OIPRD Releases Thunder Bay Police Service Systemic Review Report

December 12, 2018 THUNDER BAY – The Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD) today released its systemic review report on the relationship between the Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS) and Indigenous communities, finding significant deficiencies in sudden death investigations involving Indigenous people that are due, in part, to racial stereotyping. The report also […]

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New Parents Legal Centre aims to keep Indigenous families together – Prince George Citizen

December 11, 2018 B.C’s provider of legal aid has opened a special office in Prince George to lower the prevalence of Indigenous children going into government care. Called the Parents Legal Centre, it’s located at 302-1488 4th Ave., (the Scotiabank building) and is operated by the Legal Services Society. It is designed to increase the […]

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Thomas Neshkewe fatality latest of three Island hit-and-runs – Manitoulin Expositor

December 12, 2018 Espanola man charged in death of popular Wiky church organist BUZWAH—Wiikwemkoong lost a cherished elder after a hit-and-run incident on Wikwemikong Way last Tuesday. He was 67 years old. Joseph Thomas Neshkewe was walking on the road near Buzwah at about 7:40 pm on December 4 when he was hit by a […]

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Matawa chiefs demand better homicide investigation results – Tbnewswatch.com

First Nation leaders said the recent Thunder Bay deaths of 17-year-old Braiden Jacob and Jordan Wabasse, whose body was pulled from the Kaministiquia River in 2011, spurred their call, on the eve of the release of the OIPRD report into systemic racism within the department. THUNDER BAY – On the eve a report looking into […]

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Indigenous advocates, land defender recognized with inaugural Art Manuel Awards – APTN News

December 11, 2018 Youth, an elder and Anishinaabekwe advocate are among the recipients of the first annual Art Manuel Awards. The new bi-annual awards, announced Tuesday, honour of the legacy of the late Secwepemc leader and activist Arthur Manuel and recognizes “impactful Indigenous governance research or practices,” according to the awards’ webpage. Coordinated by Ryerson […]

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BCGEU commends report calling for overhaul of system to support children with special needs

December 10, 2018 The BC Government & Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU) commends the report?Alone and Afraid: Lessons learned from the ordeal of a child with special needs and his family?released by the Representative for Children and Youth (RCY) today, and their 11 recommendations to overhaul British Columbia’s system of services to support children with complex […]

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BCGEU presents member’s recommendations to the National Inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

December 11, 2018 Tomorrow, I will proudly represent the 77,000 members of the BCGEU at the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous women and girls. We are the only union in Canada to have legal standing at the Inquiry and I’ll be sharing your recommendations directly with the commissioners. My journey here to Ottawa […]

by ahnationtalk on December 11, 201841 Views

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Found and lost – CBC

Nakuset was separated from her sister Sonya during the Sixties Scoop, but reunited with her as an adult — only to lose her again to suicide December 11, 2018 Nakuset sat across from me in a CBC studio in Montreal, headphones turned up, straining to hear her sister Rose Mary Murray’s voice on the other […]

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Reitberger named new chair of Thunder Bay Police Services Board – Tbnewswatch.com

Celina Reitberger was nominated as the new chair of the Thunder Bay Police Services Board and is the first Indigenous person to hold the position THUNDER BAY – Celina Reitberger, who has more than 20 years of experience in the legal community, will be chairing the Thunder Bay Police Services Board – the first Indigenous […]

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Federal government plans examination of coerced sterilization – Toronto Star

Dec. 10, 2018 OTTAWA—The federal Liberals are turning to a broad group of officials — from provinces, territories, Indigenous groups and medical organizations — for solutions to mounting allegations from Indigenous women that they were victims of coerced and forced sterilizations. Valerie Gideon, a senior assistant deputy minister in the Indigenous Services Department, told a […]

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Thunder Bay Police Services Board swears in first Indigenous chair – CBC

Lawyer Celina Reitberger takes over as board and service anticipate recommendations from two critical reports Dec 11, 2018 Celina Reitberger, the first Indigenous chair of the Thunder Bay Police Services Board, was sworn in Monday. Reitberger, a member of Fort William First Nation, was appointed to the board by the provincial government in December 2017. […]

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Grand chief says body of missing Indigenous teenager discovered – TheSpec.com

Police said they were investigating a death in a city park and an autopsy was being conducted to identify the body. TORONTO — An Indigenous leader says a 17-year-old boy who went missing in Thunder Bay, Ont., last week has been found dead in a city park. Alvin Fiddler, grand chief of the Nishnawbe Aski […]

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Some Mi’kmaw residential school survivors say settlement wasn’t worth the painful process – CBC

N.S. survivors give National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation candid feedback on settlement process Dec 11, 2018 Mi’kmaw residential school survivors told a feedback gathering session last week that the results of the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement process were often not worth recounting the painful memories of their time at the schools. The National […]

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Nibinamik First Nation outraged by Violence by Thunder Bay Police against Community Youth

Summer Beaver, ON: Responding to an incident caught on video that occurred on Saturday, December 1st that appeared to show a female Uniform Patrol Officer of the Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS) striking a youth member of our community, Nibinamik First Nation Chief Johnny Yellowhead offered the following statement: “As Chief of Nibinamik First Nation, […]

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NAN Offers Condolences to Family of Braiden Jacob

THUNDER BAY, ON (December 10, 2018):?Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler, on behalf of the Executive Council, expressed heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Braiden Jacob and the community of Webequie First Nation: “Since he was reported missing on Thursday we had held out hope that Braiden would be found safe […]

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Students are Building a Consent Culture, one Conversation at a Time

How Ontario Schools can Draw-the-Line to End Sexual Violence Last year in Arianna Lambert’s grade 4/5 classroom, it started with a conversation about hugs. “We talked about why you should ask someone ahead of time,” she recounts. “It got them to think about how we actually impact the way people feel around us by going […]

by ahnationtalk on December 10, 201832 Views

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Statement – 70 years later, we all have a responsibility to speak out against hate

December 10, 2018 – Ottawa, Ontario – Canadian Human Rights Commission Today, on the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Marie-Claude Landry, the Chief Commissioner of the Canadian Human Rights Commission issues the following statement: “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was a response to unspeakable atrocities born from hatred. It united […]

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BC Representative’s Report Calls for Overhaul of System to Protect and Support Children with Special Needs

VICTORIA – The ordeal of one boy and his family shows that British Columbia’s system of services to support children with complex needs must be overhauled, says an investigative report released today by the Representative for Children and Youth. The report details the events that led to the removal of “Charlie” from his mother’s care […]

by ahnationtalk on December 10, 201841 Views

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AFN National Chief Delivers Strong Message to First Ministers About First Nations Rights in Economic Decision Making

AFN National Chief Delivers Strong Message to First Ministers About First Nations Rights in Economic Decision Making December 10, 2018 (Montreal, QC): Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde told the Prime Minister and Premiers at the First Ministers Meeting today that permits and licenses should not be given out by governments until […]

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