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Indigenous issues

The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the rate of automation.
The City of Toronto is calling on province and feds to provide more funding for Indigenous-led outreach in midst of opioid crisis.
'Truth and reconciliation begins with truth telling'
The statue at Bubble and Gum holds lollipops in place of feathers in an Indigenous man's headdress.
He criticized a decision to remove a statue of John A. Macdonald.
"Writing has saved me from myself. It’s a ceremonial space, a confessional space," says Joshua Whitehead.
A staggering 48 per cent of Canadian children in foster care are Indigenous.
Tina Fontaine was a 15-year-old First Nations girl found dead in 2014.
They've admitted they played a role in forced sterilization.
What do you know about First Nations policing in Ontario? Probably very little. First Nations policing has been seriously neglected for years despite several government-led initiatives aimed at providing the support necessary for these services to deliver quality and effective policing to the communities they serve.