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Ste. Anne Collegiate Holds Indigenous Celebration – SteinbachOnline.com

12 May 2019 An indigenous dance troupe performed at the Ste. Anne Collegiate this past Tuesday as part of their First Nations Studies class celebration. The Ivan Flett Memorial Dance Troupe performed the Red River Jig in the Ste. Anne Collegiate gymnasium and Mitch Bourbonniere spoke to the class about his involvement with indigenous communities. […]

by ahnationtalk on May 13, 201916 Views

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Okanagan College – College employee receives national recognition at CICan awards – Education News Canada

May 10, 2019 Okanagan College’s Marilyn Alexis is being honoured by colleagues across Canada for her work helping to build connections between the College, the North Okanagan community and Indigenous people and their culture. This week Alexis, an Aboriginal Transition Planner at the College’s Vernon campus, was named the gold medal winner for the Leadership […]

by ahnationtalk on May 10, 201925 Views

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Northern B.C. entrepreneur receives award to help First Nations run driving schools – CBC

May 09, 2019 Not having a licence can mean missing out on a job or turning to risky hitchhiking An entrepreneur in Terrace, located about 150 kilometres inland from Prince Rupert on B.C.’s north coast, has won $10,000 to continue her work helping Indigenous communities open their own driving schools. The ThriveNorth Business Competition announced […]

by ahnationtalk on May 10, 201920 Views

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First Nation tells court it should have been consulted after artifacts found – EnergeticCity.ca

May 10, 2019 HOUSTON, B.C. – Members of a northern British Columbia First Nation are arguing in court that they should have been consulted on an archaeological mitigation plan prepared by a natural gas company on their traditional territory. The Unist’ot’en house group of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation and hereditary chief Knedebeas filed an application […]

by ahnationtalk on May 10, 201924 Views

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Indigenous court celebrates a year of healing – Prince George Citizen

May 9, 2019 One of the success stories was on hand when the first anniversary of a legal proceeding aimed at reducing the number of indigenous people revolving through the criminal justice system was celebrated on Tuesday. During a midday ceremony, Wesley Mitchell performed a traditional Wet’suwet’en drumming song to give thanks for the launch […]

by ahnationtalk on May 9, 201926 Views

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Daily Poll: Do you support the Pact for a Green New Deal in Canada? – The Province

The proposal calls on the Canadian government to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030. A coalition composed of unions, Indigenous groups, environmentalists and celebrities is calling on Canada to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030 as part of a proposed Pact for a Green New Deal. The group, which also includes […]

by ahnationtalk on May 9, 201925 Views

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Canada’s Wrongfully Convicted: How can wrongful convictions be prevented? – Globalnews.ca

May 9, 2019 This is the final instalment of a five-part series from the Jon McComb Show on 980 CKNW examining wrongful convictions and why they happen. Have you ever been part of a jury in a criminal trial? If you have, you may have had to make a life-changing decision on someone’s innocence or […]

by ahnationtalk on May 9, 201924 Views

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Burnaby gallery opens up conversation about Indigenous issues – Burnaby Now

May 8, 2019 “How many people know that the art and culture of Indigenous peoples in Canada and in British Columbia are the second most plundered and valuable art objects confiscated and collected by world-class museums, second only to the Egyptian culture?” That sobering question is a point of discussion in an upcoming session at […]

by ahnationtalk on May 9, 201925 Views

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Rush for Indigenous hires at universities opens door to failure, impostors, say academics – CBC

Fierce competition among institutions for Indigenous professors can lead to missteps May 08, 2019 Academic institutions across Canada are feeling the pressure to add more Indigenous staff to their faculty. To meet the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s call to action to close employment gaps between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians, some universities are creating new positions […]

by ahnationtalk on May 9, 201923 Views

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Boots worn on D-Day going on tour – Winnipeg Free Press

Footwear from Métis soldier to make its way to Halifax for 75th-anniversary ceremony Among the thousands of Canadians who stormed the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944, to roll back the tide of fascism was a 19-year-old Métis soldier from Deloraine named Francis Godon. On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the military-issued boots Godon […]

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