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NEB to release new Trans Mountain report on possible marine impacts
The latest chapter in the Trans Mountain pipeline saga will be written Friday as the National Energy Board releases its recommendations on how to proceed with the contentious project should the federal government choose to do so.
Federal government, Cat Lake First Nation reach agreement to repair, replace substandard housing
The federal government and First Nations leaders have signed an interim framework agreement to begin to repair and replace dozens of homes in a remote Indigenous community in northern Ontario that declared a state of emergency last month over dangerously inadequate, mould-infested housing.
Segregation, pepper spray overused on incarcerated Manitoba youths, reports say
Two independent reports into Manitoba youth correctional facilities show an overuse of solitary confinement and pepper spray, and a lack of oversight.
Top Anishinabek police suspended after complaints about their conduct
The Anishinabek Police Service has suspended two of its top police officers indefinitely, following complaints about the officers’ conduct.