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Proposed emissions cap will hurt Indigenous economies

By Robert Merasty | Troy Media Tens of billions of dollars in wages, contracts and own source revenues are at risk On July 18, the federal government announced a plan to reduce emissions from the oil and gas sector by 42 per cent in just eight years. To meet such targets, this policy would effectively…

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Justin Trudeau’s plan for Indigenous communities has failed

By Brian Giesbrecht | Troy Media Segregation and special rights have always been the problem. Integration has always been the answer The Sanderson murders are receiving a lot of media attention, as they should. Much has been written about the government policy of pretending that truly dangerous people, like these brothers, are victims, and returning…

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Alberta First Nation clinic will cut health-care wait times

By Joseph Quesnel | Troy Media The pandemic clearly taught us that Canada’s health-care system needs to reform Indigenous communities across Canada should learn from an Alberta First Nation that’s establishing a private health clinic to provide services that will reduce the pressure on the public system. The Alberta government recently approved a plan by…

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Killing Trans Mountain project would devastate Indigenous communities

By Joseph Quesnel | Troy Media Ottawa must bring in legislation to ensure the project gets built now more than ever Ottawa needs to finally declare through legislation that the Trans Mountain Expansion Project is to the national advantage of Canada. Doing so would prove to the Canadian public and Indigenous communities that the federal…

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Indigenous access to capital could be a game changer

By Robert Merasty | Troy Media . . . for the Canadian economy Most Indigenous peoples and nations are not opposed to resource development. In fact, almost every Indigenous community is involved at some level in forestry, commercial fishing, agriculture, oil and gas or mining already. What we are opposed to is being left out.…

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Physical wellness partnership connects students with Alberta Indigenous

By Adrianna MacPherson | Troy Media U of A students work with Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta to turn data into solutions The COVID-19 pandemic forced a lot of organizations to rethink how they were serving their communities – for some, those pivots took them exactly where they needed to go. That was certainly the…

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Food Program Update

There will be limited live lobster available Monday July 11th to give away. If you are interested please email Megan.Smith@qonaskamkuk.com for details on pick up. This will be a first come first serve basis.   Thank you

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