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Grand Council Chief calls compensation ruling a step towards justice for Anishinabek

Grand Council Chief calls compensation ruling a step towards justice for Anishinabek

'Canada must step forward and fulfill their obligation to the many First Nation children and families who suffered and continue to suffer because of colonization, racism and discrimination,' says Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Glen Hare
New councillor outlines part of her wishlist

New councillor outlines part of her wishlist

Jennifer Posteraro to be sworn-in on Monday
Elliot Lakers look to better last year's Terry Fox run total on Sunday

Elliot Lakers look to better last year's Terry Fox run total on Sunday

Registration gets underway at Westview at 10:00 a.m. at Westview Park
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> The impact of male '#MeToo fear' in the modern workplace

BEYOND LOCAL: The impact of male '#MeToo fear' in the modern workplace

Gender is still being used as a criteria for hiring
New councillor chosen in Blind River

New councillor chosen in Blind River

Jennifer Posteraro selected to fill vacant Blind River council seat
Pitfalls and progress in treating northern Ontario's opioid crisis

Pitfalls and progress in treating northern Ontario's opioid crisis

Northern Ontario faces unique barriers in addressing the opioid crisis, making the issue particularly severe
Police confirm remains those of Elliot Lake murder victim

Police confirm remains those of Elliot Lake murder victim

The results have confirmed the remains are those of James Lee (Jimmy) Money who was reported missing in May 2019
Green Party to launch election campaign on Manitoulin Island

Green Party to launch election campaign on Manitoulin Island

It will take place at Maja’s Garden at 6152 King Street in Mindemoya at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 13
<b>CANADA:</b> Rise in youth suicides prompts doctors to scale up prevention programs across the country

CANADA: Rise in youth suicides prompts doctors to scale up prevention programs across the country

Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among Canadians aged 15 to 35
<b>CANADA:</b> Only 44 citizens have been given cannabis pardons under new system

CANADA: Only 44 citizens have been given cannabis pardons under new system

71 people have applied, 44 have received pardons