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[l] at 10/13/19 10:37am
Trudeau Memorandum Signing 20170612

Weeks after Justin Trudeau was elected in 2015, many Indigenous peoples found hope in his pledge of "sunny ways" and a new "nation-to-nation" relationship with Indigenous communities. But progress has been slow and some are wondering what the future of reconciliation could look like under the next government.

[Author: Amy Smart] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 10/13/19 8:21am
Manitoba Hydro lines down

People living in First Nations communities in southern Manitoba are declaring their own states of emergency, and some are preparing to leave their homes after a snowstorm left thousands of people without power.

[Author: Rachel Bergen] [Category: News/Canada/Manitoba]

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[l] at 10/13/19 8:21am
Manitoba Hydro lines down

People living in First Nations communities in southern Manitoba are declaring their own states of emergency, and some are preparing to leave their homes after a snowstorm left thousands of people without power.

[Author: Rachel Bergen] [Category: News/Canada/Manitoba]

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[l] at 10/13/19 6:00am
ermineskin elementary school

Maskwacis student Donavan Buffalo is determined to graduate from high school and pursue an education in carpentry.

[Author: Josee St-Onge] [Category: News/Canada/Edmonton]

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[l] at 10/13/19 4:00am
Kitikmeot Heritage Society, slippers

The Kitikmeot Heritage Society has unveiled nine new artifacts at its museum in Cambridge Bay. Nunavut, giving more insight as to how Inuit in the region lived more than 100 years ago.

[Author: Kate Kyle] [Category: News/Canada/North]

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[l] at 10/12/19 1:35pm
Membertou II fire

A fishing boat that belongs to a Mi'kmaw community in Cape Breton caught fire overnight. The boat, owned by Membertou, had been tied up at the Dobson Yacht Club in Westmount, N.S.

[Author: Anjuli Patil] [Category: News/Canada/Nova Scotia]

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[l] at 10/12/19 12:30pm
ELK co-authors Pam Hall and Jerry Evans

Researchers worked with community collaborators to collect and honour the foodways, crafts, skills and traditions of the Miapukek of Conne River, in southern Newfoundland.

[Author: Angela Antle] [Category: News/Canada/Nfld. & Labrador]

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[l] at 10/12/19 11:00am
Morgan Asoyuf

Morgan Asoyuf's Royal Portrait exhibition at Vancouver's Bill Reid Gallery uses jewelry, carvings and portraits to honour Indigenous matriarchs and activists.

[Author: CBC News] [Category: News/Canada/British Columbia]

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[l] at 10/12/19 8:00am
Kent Monkman

Renowned Cree artist Kent Monkman revisits Winnipeg's North End, the place that inspired his Urban Rez series. "My view of the world, everything that I think about, is shaped by being from here," he says.

[Author: Lenard Monkman,Jonathan Ventura] [Category: News/Indigenous]

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[l] at 10/12/19 8:00am
World Indigenous Business Forum

The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada says unmet need in the quickly growing sector increases the risk of cultural appropriation and inauthentic experiences.

[Author: Maryse Zeidler] [Category: News/Canada/British Columbia]

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[l] at 10/12/19 5:00am
Virginia Heiner

Virginia Heiner grew up in Behchoko but at a young age she had to spend long stints at the hospital in Edmonton after contracting polio. This inspired her to help translate for Tlicho patients when she moved to the Alberta capital permanently 50 years ago.

[Author: CBC News] [Category: News/Canada/North]

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[l] at 10/12/19 5:00am
 Aamjiwnaang First Nation Resource Centre sign (2007 file photo)

A newly-retired Ontario Environment Ministry engineer says the provincial government failed to adequately consult with members of the Aamjiwnaang First Nation over air quality regulations intended to curb excess benzene and sulfur dioxide from nearby Sarnia petrochemical plants.

[Author: CBC News] [Category: News/Canada/Windsor]

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[l] at 10/12/19 2:00am
Regina police armoured vehicle

With an increase in gang and gun violence in Regina, the city’s police service has been adding to its arsenal, including buying an armoured vehicle and equipping officers with semi-automatic rifles. But a successful program out of the U.S. shows there’s another way to deal with the problem.

[Author: Timothy Sawa,Lisa Mayor] [Category: News/Canada]

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[l] at 10/11/19 9:31pm
NUXALK POLE REPATRIATION AT RBCM

A delegation of Nuxalk hereditary chiefs and community members traveled from B.C.'s Central Coast to the Royal B.C. Museum Friday to view belongings taken from their territory — and start a conversation about bringing them home. 

[Author: Chantelle Bellrichard] [Category: News/Indigenous]

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[l] at 10/11/19 4:19pm
ELXN Que Ungava Riding 20180904

With just over one week to go until Canadians head to the polls in a federal election, Quebec's Indigenous leaders are condemning past governments for "colonialist and discriminatory" attitudes on Indigenous issues.

[Author: Jamie Pashagumskum] [Category: News/Canada/North]

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[l] at 10/11/19 1:40pm
hi-googoo-morley

Morley Googoo has been removed from his role as regional chief of the Assembly of First Nations, but the Nova Scotia and Newfoundland chiefs are not commenting.

[Author: CBC News] [Category: News/Canada/Nova Scotia]

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[l] at 10/11/19 1:23pm
Queen's University, Kingston, Ont.

Queen's University is investigating a racist, homophobic and violent message posted inside a student residence building where some Indigenous students reside. 

[Author: CBC News] [Category: News/Canada/Toronto]

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[l] at 10/11/19 11:22am
Celia's Song by Lee Maracle

In this 2014 interview, Lee Maracle talks about her novel Celia's Song, which is a nominee for the Neustadt International Prize.

[Author: CBC Radio] [Category: Radio/The Next Chapter]

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[l] at 10/11/19 10:13am
haida-modern-film

Haida Modern tells the remarkable story of how Davidson helped to popularize and legitimize Indigenous art.

[Author: Jennifer Van Evra] [Category: Radio/Q/Blog]

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[l] at 10/11/19 9:53am
Tanya Talaga, Brock Pitawanakwat, Rose LeMay

With election day fast approaching, First Nations, Métis and Inuit are not only deciding who to vote for, but whether to vote at all. 

[Author: CBC Radio] [Category: Radio/Unreserved]

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[l] at 10/10/19 10:15am
Jeremy Dutcher and Lido Pimienta

"I will write all these things about Jeremy, MY NEMESIS, not because I want to, but because you promised me he WILL NOT BE READING ANY OF IT."

[Author: Lido Pimienta] [Category: Arts/In The Making]

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