A special meeting on the suicide crisis in Northern Ontario First Nations will be held next week between Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott, the office of Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins and Indigenous leaders. The meeting on July 24, expected to be held in Ottawa, will address giving Indigenous leaders faster control over health care levers and resources so they don’t have to deal with the bureaucracy when a crisis occurs, said Philpott in an interview on Monday.
The Ontario Municipal Board has approved two controversial condo developments that will add around 1,000 new residential units to the Distillery District. The decision, issued July 6, gives the final green light to two projects: a 12-story renovation of the heritage-protected Rack House D, at 60 Mill Street and a 47-story condo tower and five-story “ribbon building” at 31A Parliament Street.
“It’s becoming overwhelming,” Fiddler said. “Communities like Pikangikum and Nibinamik are just trying to cope right now and address the immediate crisis.”A family member confirmed that one of the Pikangikum victims was 12-year-old Mikaia Pascal. Two 12-year-old children from Pikangikum died over the Canada Day weekend; and a 15-year-old girl from Nibinamik died on Tuesday, said Fiddler.
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