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New UBC nursing curriculum aims to teach respectful care of First Nations patients – CBC

Jun 24, 2015 Truth and Reconciliation Commission recommended nurses learn about legacy of colonialism Nursing experts at the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan School of Nursing are teaching a new generation of students about delivering culturally respectful treatment to First Nations patients. Retired nurse Jessie Nyberg and Prof. Donna Kurtz will discuss the new curriculum […]

by ahnationtalk on June 25, 2015174 Views

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Burnaby writer earns national honours – Burnaby NewsLeader

June 24, 2015 Burnaby’s Shaelyn Johnston earned the top prize in the recent Historica Canada’s Aboriginal Arts & Stories contest. The 28-year-old University of British Columbia student placed first in the senior writing category. Her prize-winning short story, Anishinaabemowin, addressed a personal desire to maintain a cultural connection, alongside larger issues of language loss experienced […]

by ahnationtalk on June 25, 2015132 Views

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UBC business school develops First Nations curriculum – Vancouver Sun

June 24, 2015 ‘It just makes good business sense’ for Sauder School of Business, associate dean says VANCOUVER — A major culture shift is afoot at the University of B.C.’s Sauder School of Business. Amie Wolf, an aboriginal woman from Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., is one of the most recent hires at Sauder, brought on to […]

by ahnationtalk on June 25, 2015119 Views

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BC, Tsilhqot’in to mark historic Supreme Court anniversary with five-year deal – CTV

June 24, 2015 VICTORIA – A horse-drawn wagon train carrying aboriginal youths and elders is slowly rolling and rumbling this week towards the Williams Lake Stampede from central British Columbia’s Nemiah Valley. It’s an annual First Nations’ rite of passage, but, this year’s 200-kilometre trek over the wind-swept Chilcotin Plateau is different, says Tsilhqot’in Nation […]

by ahnationtalk on June 25, 2015124 Views

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Science and health science camp for Aboriginal youth – TRU

June 23, 2015 Aboriginal students in grades 8-10 from around British Columbia with an interest in science and health sciences won’t want to miss a camp just for them. Aboriginal Science and Health Science Camp, Aug. 4-7, will have campers learning theory and learning by doing from a variety of instructors and spaces both inside […]

by ahnationtalk on June 24, 2015172 Views

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Valley bids on National Aboriginal Hockey tournament – Cowichan Valley Citizen

June 24, 2015 The Cowichan Valley is taking another shot at landing a major national sporting event. It was announced earlier this month that local governments and First Nations are working together to bid for the 2017 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships. The bid package, which was submitted on May 27, puts an emphasis on “strong […]

by ahnationtalk on June 24, 2015228 Views

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University College of the North students celebrate graduation – Thompson Citizen

June 24, 2015 June 18 marked a special day for 88 students at the University College of the North (UCN) as they dressed in cap and gown, and walked across the stage to collect their diploma, certificate or degree. The graduation, which took place in the Gordon Beard arena of the Thompson Regional Community Centre, […]

by ahnationtalk on June 24, 2015221 Views

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The secret to Whitecap Dakota First Nation’s success – Troy Media

Partnerships, openness to business and getting out from under the Indian Act VANCOUVER, BC Jun 24, 2015 — A small First Nations community called Whitecap Dakota, located just outside of Saskatoon, had a lot to celebrate last National Aboriginal Day. Whitecap Dakota describes itself as a modern and progressive First Nation with a proud culture […]

by ahnationtalk on June 24, 2015115 Views

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First Nations better off to negotiate than litigate on resource projects … – Financial Post

June 23, 2015 First Nations better off to negotiate than litigate on resource projects, says report A string of legal victories has emboldened Canada’s First Nations to command unprecedented say over resource projects, the latest example being last month’s Lax Kw’alaams refusal of a $1.14-billion benefits package rather than giving consent to the Pacific NorthWest […]

by ahnationtalk on June 24, 2015124 Views

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Declaration of title over Jacko Lake officially signed by local First Nations – CBC

Jun 22, 2015 It’s been signed and sealed, but will it deliver? Local First Nations sign the declaration of tit Local First Nations call it a historic day. Chiefs and band councillors of several nations in the Thompson-Shuswap area made their first declaration of title since the Tsilhqot’in land claims ruling last summer. The declaration […]

by ahnationtalk on June 23, 2015156 Views

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