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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

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dariya@timminstoday.com

Recent Work by Dariya

Investigation begins into St. Anne's burial sites

Investigation begins into St. Anne's burial sites

Fort Albany will be working with five other First Nation communities
Mushkegowuk Cup cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns

Mushkegowuk Cup cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns

'All the kids look forward to it. And not being able to provide it in the last couple of years has been hard, and disappointing the kids,' says co-ordinator
Minister 'considering next steps' for Ring of Fire assessment

Minister 'considering next steps' for Ring of Fire assessment

Deadline to review the draft agreement, provide feedback extended to March 2
Serving people, making them happy fulfilling for a settlement worker

Serving people, making them happy fulfilling for a settlement worker

Elizabeth Esin moved to Timmins from Nigeria
Serving people, making them happy fulfilling for a settlement worker

Serving people, making them happy fulfilling for a settlement worker

Elizabeth Esin moved to Timmins from Nigeria
First Nations chiefs concerned with Ring of Fire process

First Nations chiefs concerned with Ring of Fire process

Letter sent to government says draft terms of reference 'wrongly excludes us Indigenous peoples from all but token roles'
Orange transit bus could hit the streets of Timmins again

Orange transit bus could hit the streets of Timmins again

The initiative would cost $18,000
Bonhomme Carnaval candidates revealed

Bonhomme Carnaval candidates revealed

The annual carnival runs from Feb. 7 to Feb. 19
Family captures beauty of the north during snowmobile trip (15 photos)

Family captures beauty of the north during snowmobile trip (15 photos)

'Even though there are no hotels, restaurants out on the land, it still provides. It’s still beautiful'
Canadian Rangers helping manage Attawapiskat COVID outbreak

Canadian Rangers helping manage Attawapiskat COVID outbreak

They are delivering food, water, firewood and care packages to community members