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Aboriginal group calls for more mental health funding in wake of suicides

ESKASONI, N.S. _ An Aboriginal advocacy group is calling on Ottawa to put more money into a crisis line and mental health supports for a Nova Scotia First Nation that has seen a string of suicides recently.   The Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs says Indigenous Services Canada should provide more long-term funding for the roughly 4,500 people who are part of the Eskasoni First Nation and its distress line.   Chief Bob Gloade of the congress called…


EDITORIAL: Hydro One has no choice

A pipeline is stopped in B.C.. A major transmission line has been halted. This past summer an Ontario court ruled a land lease issued by the HCCC didn’t hold water and allowed the Six Nations Elected Council and Ontario to force a Six Nations farmer off lands the HCCC had been managing for 12 years. Protests, law suits, promises of negotiations. Despite generations of crying foul traditional governments continue to be ignored, subjected to harassment, victimized and oppressed. Twenty two years ago that was suppose to come to an end. When…

Unist’ot’en and the limits of reconciliation in Canada

EDITORIAL: Politics Over Success

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Special Reports

Urban Indigenous Homelessness

By Justin Lethbridge Turtle Island News Photos by Justin Lethbridge After admitting that Indigenous agencies haven’t…

Special Section: A Community in Transition

Press Releases

Statement by Minister Wilson-Raybould on the accomplishments of 2016

December 22, 2016 – Ottawa, ON – Department of Justice Canada The Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould, Minister…

Canada Supports the Indigenous Tourism Industry


Turtle Island News Audio Files

The Hydro One Annual Shareholder Meeting was held on May 15, 2018.

The entire audio file can be downloaded or listened to at https://www.hydroone.com/about/corporate-information/governance/annual-shareholder-meeting-materials.

This is an excerpt from the meeting during the question and answer period where Elected Chief Ava Hill, Ron Jamieson and Matt Jamieson make comments and/or ask questions.

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World News

Saudi women runaways rebel against system of male control 

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DUBAI, United Arab Emirates- Another Saudi woman has turned to social media for protection from her father, just days after Canada granted refuge to Rahaf al-Qunun, the 18-year-old Saudi who fled her family. Identified only as Nojoud al-Mandeel on Twitter, her case differs from that of al-Qunun. She has not fled the kingdom, has not revealed her face and has only made her pleas for help on Twitter in Arabic. While their circumstances are different, the claims…

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