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Sipekne'katik Chief Mike Sack held a news conference Tuesday on the wharf where the violence over the Mi'kmaw moderate livelihood fishery started a month ago and a day after an emergency debate was held by members of Parliament in Ottawa.
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The Sipekne'katik First Nation launched its moderate livelihood fishery on September 17 in Saulnierville, a three-hour drive west of Halifax. The days since have been marked by threats, flares fired at Mi'kmaw boats, as well as damage to trap…
WASHINGTON — Lawyers appointed by a federal judge to identify migrant families who were separated by the Trump administration say they have yet to track down the parents of 545 children, and that approximately two-thirds of those parents…
The New York Times
– Oct 20, 4:31 PM
President Trump and his allies have tried to paint the Democratic nominee, Joseph R. Biden Jr., as soft on China, in part by pointing to his son's business dealings there. Senate Republicans produced a report asserting, among other things, that Mr.