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Saturday marks the 30th anniversary of the SQ raid in the Pines in Kanesatake. Not much has changed since. Great work by @KellyGreig @CTVMontreal with quotes from @EllenGabriel1 https://montreal.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1990837&jwsource=twi

Tomorrow, #SCOTUS is set to decide the most consequential decision for Indigenous land and treaty rights in half a century.

If you don’t know much about the Murphy/McGirt cases, listen to #ThisLand podcast.

@crookedmedia http://Thislandpocast.com

Ahkameyimok Podcast with National Chief Perry Bellegarde

This week's guest is Reggie Leach, arguably the greatest First Nations player to play in the National Hockey League.


JOB POSTING | Summer Student Employment - Nisga'a Museum

Avoid turbulence in your air travel plans. Before arriving at the airport, make sure you have your own face covering. Failure to have one means you cannot continue to travel http://ow.ly/jHzO50zj6rW #BringItAndWearIt

#AIDS2020Virtual this week? Check out the #CanadaPavilion in the Exhibition Space and learn how Canadians are mobilizing to bring HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and support to those who need it. #ResilientTogether #AIDS2020Can

Learn more: http://ow.ly/x6Le50AteIH

Today, Minister @Bill_Morneau provided an economic and fiscal snapshot. See section on supporting Indigenous Communities.

VIDEO | Spending to keep the economy afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic has cost Canada billions of dollars, the Liberal government revealed Wednesday.

By its count, the deficit will hit $343 billion.

It’s a historic number not seen since wartime. https://www.aptnnews.ca/national-news/feds-project-343b-deficit-the-challenge-of-our-lifetime-snapshot/

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Timeline PhotosThe Canada Energy Regulator, Trans Mountain Corporation and the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMC) and Existing Pipeline (IAMC-TMX) have reached a joint agreement to make continual improvements to Indigenous monitoring.

Earlier this year, leaders from all three organizations endorsed the initiative, which is aimed at identifying opportunities to improve TMC’s and the IAMC-TMX’s respective Indigenous monitoring programs for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (Project).

By learning more about the unique objectives and strengths of each other’s programs, the three parties found common ground and developed a shared goal: to ensure the Project is built safely, in full regulatory compliance, with Indigenous participation in oversight, and with minimal harm to the environment and Indigenous interests. Learn more: ow.ly/p9fH50At9uk
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A CER Inspection Officer and IAMC Indigenous Monitors are on site at the Sumas Pump Station conducting an environmental inspection #iamc_tmx @CER_REC ... See MoreSee Less

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We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family of the late August John from #chawathilfirstnation in BC. Mr. John was a trained IAMC monitor and a valuable part of the IAMC Monitoring Program. ... See MoreSee Less

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We join others commemorating the 1-year anniversary of the #MMIWG Report. We continue to reflect and act on the calls for justice for extractive and development industries as we work w/ @SimpcwFirstNation to monitor the socioeconomic impacts of the #TMX Project. #iamc_tmx ... See MoreSee Less

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