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involved all of the volunteers in the painting, decorating and moving. The ‘grand opening’ featured ... covers all four walls. Neighbours of all ages worked on the mural, which was unveiled in June. This ... project was “dedicated to all the children who live in mining communities, and to the adults who work for ...
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future for us all. More than this, they are helping us to imagine another way, where health and community ...
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about the development since it was proposed. We believe that all things, plants, animals, people, water, ... also for seven generations. We are here after all, because of the foresight of our forefathers, and ... internal to all living things will reveal itself. The elders have instructed that the knowledge thus gained ...
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achieved have been on the table for some time but all Cliffs has said about the alternatives is that their ... cumulative effects assessment were too sketchy. All four of the NGOs requested greater detail and the ...
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first of all for Attawapiskat First Nation and its aspirations, and secondly as a precedent-setting ...
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transparency for mine closure in Ontario and in all jurisdictions across Canada. There is no reason why the ...
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find that De Beers’ exploration had been there first and scared away all the geese. (See “ De Beers ... on virtually all lands; • the right to locate and register a claim without consulting the Crown; and ...
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that banned all but token picketing, a threat by the company to undertake full-scale production with ...
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safety. As well, the document also called for the dismantling of all joint committees that were ... union representation, while all the time attempting to hide all the proposed "take-aways" ...
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people. It is made all the more poignant by the fact that several of the voices, including that of one of ... shore of Lake Huron, their future generations, and all of us, let’s hope that never happens. By ...

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