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Dariya Baiguzhiyeva

Dariya Baiguzhiyeva

Dariya Baiguzhiyeva is a Local Journalism Initiative reporter covering diversity issues for TimminsToday. The LJI is funded by the Government of Canada

Recent Work by Dariya

Cycling enthusiast making Hersey Lake trails accessible

Cycling enthusiast making Hersey Lake trails accessible

Yves Viel has been cycling for more than 20 years
Report lays out population growth strategies for Northern Ontario

Report lays out population growth strategies for Northern Ontario

It discusses how northern communities can attract and retain newcomers
Moose Cree, Moosonee receive funding for winter roads

Moose Cree, Moosonee receive funding for winter roads

The provincial investment aims to help remote communities build and maintain winter roads
Mushkegowuk chiefs call for moratorium on Ring of Fire development

Mushkegowuk chiefs call for moratorium on Ring of Fire development

They're concerned about the impact on unique wetlands and watersheds
Virtual event to teach about Sacred Medicine, Indigenous culture

Virtual event to teach about Sacred Medicine, Indigenous culture

It will be held via Zoom
Mushkegowuk chiefs call for moratorium on the Ring of Fire development

Mushkegowuk chiefs call for moratorium on the Ring of Fire development

They're concerned about the impact on unique wetlands and watersheds
Construction of the James Bay Winter Road underway

Construction of the James Bay Winter Road underway

It's currently open to construction workers, says Kimesskanemenow LP's president
Attawapiskat musician releases second solo song

Attawapiskat musician releases second solo song

The dance music video will be released next week
Canadian Rangers help Fort Albany deal with pandemic, chief asks people to stay home

Canadian Rangers help Fort Albany deal with pandemic, chief asks people to stay home

There are currently two active cases in Fort Albany
Construction of the James Bay Winter Road underway

Construction of the James Bay Winter Road underway

It's currently open to construction workers, says Kimesskanemenow LP's president