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Convoy organizer to appear in court and Census info release: In The News for July 13

Convoy organizer to appear in court and Census info release: In The News for July 13

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Wednesday, July 13, 2022 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Senate report says government must implement rights-based Indigenous fisheries

Senate report says government must implement rights-based Indigenous fisheries

OTTAWA — A new report from the Senate is calling on the federal government to implement Mi’kmaq, Wolastoqiyik and Peskotomuhkati rights-based fisheries on Canada's East Coast and overhaul its approach to negotiations.
Return of Tsleil-Waututh canoe races brings healing to the community

Return of Tsleil-Waututh canoe races brings healing to the community

The first Whey-ah-wichen Canoe Festival in three years reunited relatives, and provided an opportunity to draw attention to ongoing waterway conservation efforts
Five-year-old boy found in Saskatchewan river to be buried this week

Five-year-old boy found in Saskatchewan river to be buried this week

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — The family of a five-year-old Saskatchewan boy whose body was found 81 days after he was reported missing said Tuesday he will be buried this week.
Ottawa issues reminder — and warning — about First Nations fishing rights

Ottawa issues reminder — and warning — about First Nations fishing rights

HALIFAX — The federal Fisheries Department issued a reminder on Monday that First Nations have the right to fish for certain limited purposes outside federally regulated fishing seasons, adding that hefty fines await those who prevent them from exerc
Canada's premiers start summer meeting with First Nations gathering

Canada's premiers start summer meeting with First Nations gathering

VICTORIA — Canada's premiers are starting their summer gathering at a Victoria-area First Nation where they'll meet with leaders of the National Indigenous Organizations, a collection of five national Indigenous groups.
Edmonton Catholic church with Indigenous traditions prepares for Pope's visit

Edmonton Catholic church with Indigenous traditions prepares for Pope's visit

EDMONTON — Cultures collide each Sunday morning at Edmonton's Sacred Heart Church of the First Peoples, with sage burning alongside candles and both hymns and Indigenous drumming resounding through congregations.
Five-year-old boy missing in Saskatchewan since April found dead in river

Five-year-old boy missing in Saskatchewan since April found dead in river

RED EARTH CREE NATION, SASK. — A five-year-old boy missing from a First Nation in northern Saskatchewan since April has been found dead in a river in the community, police announced on Sunday.
Tribal elders recall painful boarding school memories

Tribal elders recall painful boarding school memories

ANADARKO, Okla.
'Uniquely suited': Indigenous priest in charge of liturgy for Pope's visit

'Uniquely suited': Indigenous priest in charge of liturgy for Pope's visit

When Vatican officials were looking for someone in Canada to act as a liaison for program planning during the Pope's visit later this month, they had specific criteria.
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