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TRU: Indigenous writing course digs deep into cultural richness

February 22, 2019 A new and unique course for the Master’s of Education program exposes students to some of Canada’s best Indigenous authors and then challenges them to draw on their insights to create their own written works. The specialized course, Learning Through Indigenous Literature, is being taught by Garry Gottfriedson, a member of the […]

by ahnationtalk on February 22, 20193 Views

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News Unsettled | Selling our relations: Indigenous profiteers – The Martlet

For Indigenous peoples living within Canada, there is no victory without sacrifice. While our cultures, homelands, languages, and protocols have all been trampled on and disrespected within the descent of colonialism, our desire to live true to ourselves has never diminished. It is our integrity that demands recognition of our pre-existing rights, title, and authority. […]

by ahnationtalk on February 22, 20196 Views

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Okanagan College: College to launch Indigenous-knowledge infused professional cook training

Okanagan College is turning to Indigenous knowledge keepers, chefs and foragers to help incorporate traditional knowledge and practices into an intake of its professional cook training program this spring – and any interested future chefs can step into the College’s kitchen this week to learn more and have their questions answered. The Culinary and Pastry […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 201910 Views

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Capilano U: 50th Anniversary Legacy Canoe Project

NORTH VANCOUVER B.C. February 19, 2019 – Capilano University President Paul Dangerfield is pleased to announce that master carver Ses Siyam (also known as Ray Natraoro) will carve a ceremonial and sea-worthy canoe as a legacy of the University’s 50th anniversary. The 30-foot-long canoe will symbolize the University’s commitment to Truth and Reconciliation and will […]

by pmnationtalk on February 20, 201912 Views

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Thompson Rivers U: Down Under delegates share in Indigenous exchange

February 19, 2019 As Kamloops wrapped itself up against the coldest days of the winter, 13 students, staff and faculty from Australia experienced a dramatic temperature difference while they learned about Indigenous culture—and themselves. They came from the University of Tasmania and the University of Sydney in Australia, as the reciprocal part of an exchange […]

by pmnationtalk on February 20, 201912 Views

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An uneasy alliance: Indigenous Traditional Knowledge enriches western science – The Conversation

An article I published last year in The Conversation and republished in Smithsonian Magazine about Indigenous Traditional Knowledge and western science touched a nerve among some readers. My article discussed examples of Indigenous peoples having detailed knowledge of animal behaviour, coastal ecology and historical events that have only recently been “discovered” or verified by western […]

by ahnationtalk on February 19, 20198 Views

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Campaign against violence to roll out in BC schools – Times Colonist

February 13, 2019 With simple patches of moose hide pinned to their lapels, hundreds of people marched to the legislature Wednesday as the B.C. government announced the Moose Hide Campaign, which aims to end violence against women and children, will be formally rolled out in schools across the province. In its eight years, the Indigenous-led […]

by ahnationtalk on February 14, 20198 Views

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BC Government: Moose Hide Campaign focuses on education to end violence

Feb. 13, 2019 VICTORIA – The Moose Hide Campaign has launched a new education initiative aimed at K-12 students as part of its drive to end violence against women and children. The Moose Hide Learning Journey was launched along with the eighth annual Moose Hide Campaign Day gathering, fasting and Walk to End Violence. The […]

by pmnationtalk on February 14, 20198 Views

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UNBC: Moose Hide Campaign events set for Prince George

February 11, 2019 Prince George, B.C. – The University of Northern British Columbia is collaborating with Prince George organizations and the provincial government this Wednesday to host the Moose Hide Campaign, a grassroots movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous men standing up against violence towards women and children. The day consists of a Provincial Gathering and a […]

by pmnationtalk on February 12, 201915 Views

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U of Victoria: Field school founder wins prestigious teaching award

February 11, 2019 A researcher whose groundbreaking field school transforms university students into eyewitnesses of how European countries remember the Holocaust is the 12th University of Victoria scholar to be recognized with Canada’s most prestigious award for excellence in leadership and teaching. Helga Thorson, announced today as a 2019 3M National Teaching Fellow and the third UVic […]

by pmnationtalk on February 12, 201912 Views

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