Canadian Media

2020 May 28 - 2:40pm
Tyee, The (BC, Canada)
And more pandemic insights from an exceptional journalist.  Related StoriesTough Ethical Questions in Rethinking Long-Term Care (in News)Here Is BC’s Plan to Reopen (in News)Here’s How BC Plans to Clear Surgical Backlog Caused by COVID-19 (in News)
2020 May 28 - 2:30pm
Tyee, The (BC, Canada)
In a bleak week for Canadian news media, The Tyee showed the potential of reader-supported reporting.  
2020 May 28 - 2:20pm
Tyee, The (BC, Canada)
ARTIFACT: David Ellingsen’s images celebrate and respect the richness of ocean life.  
2020 May 28 - 7:45am
Global Research
When viewed in the current context, the war on Iraq, the 2006 war on Lebanon, the 2011 war on Libya, the ongoing wars on Syria and Iraq, the war on Yemen, must be understood in relation to the Zionist Plan for the Middle East The post “Greater Israel”: The Zionist Plan for the Middle East appeared first on Global Research.
Tags: junktag (ignore), Mobile, israel, Middle East, Palestine
2020 May 28 - 7:02am
Global Research
The mainstream corporate media is desperate. They want to suppress independent and alternative online media, which they categorize as "fake news". Readers on social media are warned not to go onto certain sites. Our analysis confirms that the mainstream media are routinely involved in distorting the facts and turning realities upside down. The post Who is Behind “Fake News”? Mainstream Media Use Fake Videos and Images appeared first...
Tags: junktag (ignore), Mobile
2020 May 28 - 7:01am
Global Research
  . . . . The following tables provide links to important medical/health studies which are indicated in the Right column. To access the original article at click here 1) Covid-19 infection fatality rates (IFR) based on antibody studies … The post Studies on COVID-19 Lethality appeared first on Global Research.
Tags: junktag (ignore), covid-19
2020 May 28 - 6:03am
APTN News (Canada)
The year 2020 has been a tough one to be sure but there have been some bright spots. It was a big year for Indigenous nominees at the Canadian Screen Awards. The online ceremonies began Monday night with some big wins for Indigenous women. The post Some big wins for Indigenous women at the Canadian Screen Awards appeared first on APTN News.
Tags: National News, 2020 Canadian Screen Awards, junktag (ignore)
2020 May 28 - 5:59am
APTN News (Canada)
Life on the streets of Winnipeg has left people feeling lost without the services that usually help them cope with day to day issues including anxiety and drug addiction. Mitch Bourbonniere is a member of Mama Bear Clan – an organization that patrols the streets of North Point Douglas in Winnipeg and supplies food, medicine and clothing for those living on the street. He says there has been a palpable difference on the streets recently. “Not...
Tags: National News, Crime, Drugs, Manitoba, police, Winnipeg
2020 May 28 - 5:54am
APTN News (Canada)
Museums in Alberta are working to prepare for future exhibits that explains what the COVID-19 pandemic was like to live through. The museums are inviting anyone who wish to submit letters for these exhibits. Jenny Conway Fisher from the Glenbow Museum in Calgary says curators are collecting stories that tell about different experiences – including Indigenous voices. “Glenbow holds so many objects and belongings and things that are...
Tags: National News, Alberta, Artifacts, covid-19, exhibits, Letters
2020 May 28 - 5:49am
APTN News (Canada)
The leader of the federal NDP says the federal government is using the COVID-19 pandemic as an excuse for delaying the release of a plan to address the concerns coming from the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. “This is the same government that denied recognizing it’s a genocide, the same government that delayed the United Nations declaration legislation and the same government that is still taking...
Tags: junktag (ignore), National News, Calls to Justice, Carolyn Bennett, covid-19, MMIWG
2020 May 28 - 5:34am
APTN News (Canada)
Northern Saskatchewan has reported another death because of the COVID-19 virus. Nelda Maurice, a mother and retired school teacher from  Ile-a-la-Crosse died on May 25 in a Saskatoon hospital. “She got sick around the 26th of April and she was flown out May 2nd and everything happened so quickly from there,” said her daughter Lana. “The last time I talked to her was the 5th or 6th, she was messaging me on Facebook because she couldn’t really...
Tags: National News, covid-19, deaths, Nelda Maurice, Saskatchewan
2020 May 28 - 5:11am
APTN News (Canada)
An elder who’s worked extensively in the country’s  prison system crticizes the federal parole board for not doing enough to help Indigenous offenders and calls its recent actions racist. Because of COVID-19 the Parole Board of Canada (PBC) no longer offers elder-assisted hearings for Indigenous inmates seeking early release from penitentiaries, forcing people to choose between postponing the hearing or proceeding without access to...
Tags: junktag (ignore), National News, albert dumont, Archambault Institution, covid-19, Elder-assisted hearings
2020 May 28 - 5:06am
APTN News (Canada)
A non-Indigenous man charged with killing two Métis hunters in Alberta has elected to be tried by judge and jury – a strategy that some say led to an all-white jury and an acquittal in a case many see as similar in neighbouring Saskatchewan. On May 21, court heard Anthony Bilodeau, who has pleaded not guilty, wants a judge and jury to hear his trial on two counts of second-degree murder. Bilodeau, 31 of Glendon, Alta., is accused of fatally...
Tags: junktag (ignore), National News, Alberta, Anthony Bilodeau, Colten Boushie, Eleanore Sunchild
2020 May 28 - 4:42am
Rabble News
Jade GuthrieA video that recently surfaced begins with a shot of a makeshift bed -- a thin sleeping pad resting on top of a wooden blue pallet on the ground. The camera pans to show dozens more of these "beds" in what appears to be some sort of warehouse or storage locker, spaced out in uniform rows and lining the concrete floor. Scattered around are signs of human life, out of place in this harsh industrial backdrop: a suitcase with the baggage...
2020 May 28 - 4:08am
First Nations Drum (Canada)
Despite decades of strong Indigenous voices demanding that governments honour the Treaties, and numerous court decisions supporting their calls for action, governments across Canada continue to disrespect and ignore their Treaty obligations. In Fort McKay First Nation v Prosper Petroleum Ltd., the Alberta Court of Appeal has become the most recent Canadian court to highlight the disconnect between governments’ legal obligations to Treaty...
Tags: Editorial, SLIDE