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Blood Tribe reaches historic $150M settlement with Ottawa over cattle mismanagement

The Blood Tribe says it reached a $150-million settlement with Ottawa over a historic claim that federal officials devastated the band's cattle industry in the early 20th century. Members of the southern Alberta First Nation are expected to vote on the settlement in March, setting the stage for a possible resolution...

 

HUD, Fair Housing And The Federal Government Shutdown

The partial federal government shutdown is in its 30th day as I type this. It is going on longer than most people (including me) thought. No resolution seems to be in sight. The U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) is one of the federal entities largely closed until the administration and Congress...

 
 By MEGAN CERULLO    News    January 22, 2019

Shutdown's damage to economy could exceed $5.7 billion cost of Trump's border wall

(CBS) - The government shutdown -- the longest in U.S. history -- is estimated in 31 days to have cost the American economy almost as much as the $5.7 billion President Trump has demanded for his proposed southern border wall. Average weekly direct and indirect costs of the partial shutdown, which began Dec. 22,...

 

Brayden Bushby to stand trial on 2nd degree murder for death of Barbara Kentner

A Thunder Bay, Ont., man will stand trial for second degree murder in the death of an Indigenous woman who was hit by a trailer hitch in January 2017. Brayden Bushby was initially charged with aggravated assault, accused of throwing a metal trailer hitch from a moving vehicle which struck 34-year-old Barbara Kentner....

 

Ailing man sues over 8-hour trip in 'sardine can' prison transport van

A federal inmate who says he was shackled in a cramped transport van for almost eight hours — despite a heart condition and other ailments — is suing the government for compensation. Edwin Nott, a 65-year-old inmate who identifies as Métis and uses a walker, is serving a six-year sentence at the medium-security...

 

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