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Time for Jeep to end use of tribe’s name, Cherokee chief says

It is time for Jeep to stop using the Cherokee Nation’s name on its Cherokee and Grand Cherokee SUVs, the chief of the Oklahoma-based tribe said. Chief Chuck Hoskin, Jr. said in a statement first reported by Car & Driver magazine that he believes corporations and sports teams should stop using Indigenous names, images and mascots …

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Feed the Need in Durham receives largest-ever one-time donation from Campbells

A nationally-known brand, known for their soups and crackers, has given Feed the Need in Durham their largest-ever one-time donation. Campbells Canada has dropped off 86,940 packages of Goldfish crackers, on behalf of the Durham Crusaders U13 Green/Blue hockey team. “Feed the Need in Durham is excited by this donation from Campbells and are grateful …

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31 Pieces Of Loungewear Under $50 From Target That Look Surprisingly Put-Together

It’s got removable padding! Promising review: “As a busty person who has to deal with two different cup sizes on a small frame, buying bras is a nightmare. Bralettes? Forget about them. Except for this amazing, soft, supportive, comfy bra. I have never been able to find a wireless bra with this much support while …

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Survey data sheds light on Indigenous languages, traditional activities across North

Less than one in 10 Indigenous Yukoners can speak or understand an Indigenous language, and young people across the North were far less likely to understand even a few words than their parents’ generation. That is one among many observations given new weight by data from the 2017 Aboriginal Peoples Survey released this month. The survey …

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New bill would give police more power in human trafficking investigations

The province wants to give police more power to access information in human trafficking investigations. Proposed legislation called ‘the Combatting Human Trafficking Act’ was tabled on Monday. It would allow officers to ask hotels to share information about guests if they believe it could help locate, identify or protect a suspected human trafficking victim. The bill …

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