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Step through time on Edmonton’s Commonwealth Walkway

September 7, 2019 Today, Lieutenant Governor Lois E. Mitchell opened the Edmonton Commonwealth Walkway, an innovative blend of walking and biking trails through the heart of the city’s River Valley combined with an app that links users to voices from the past. “The River Valley is one of Edmonton’s crown jewels,” said Her Honour, the […]

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Reconciliation Week in Lethbridge promoting Indigenous languages September 15-20 – Lethbridge News Now

Sep 10, 2019 LETHBRIDGE, AB – Oki to Lethbridge News Now! Oki, pronounced OH-KEE, is the Blackfoot word for “greetings” or “welcome”, explains the City of Lethbridge’s Indigenous Relations Advisor Perry Stein. Stein is helping to put on the third annual Reconciliation Week festival, which aims to highlight Indigenous languages. “Languages are meaningful in building […]

by ahnationtalk on September 10, 201953 Views

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The Government of Canada announces the coming into force of an Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, youth and families

Co-developed with Indigenous partners, the Act affirms Indigenous peoples’ right to jurisdiction over child and family services. September 10, 2019 — Ottawa, Ontario, Unceded Traditional Algonquin Territory — Indigenous Services Canada Reducing the number of Indigenous children in care continues to be one of the Government of Canada’s most important priorities. Today, the Honourable Seamus […]

by pnationtalk on September 10, 2019107 Views

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2020 Canadian stamps will tell stories of the Group of Seven, medical groundbreakers and V-E Day’s 75th anniversary

Stamps will also explore the history of radio in Canada and celebrate artist Maud Lewis, our landscapes, Indigenous Peoples and festivals OTTAWA, Sept. 10, 2019  – The stories behind some of Canada’s most historic moments, awe-inspiring achievements, artistic icons and medical visionaries will come to life in the 2020 stamp program. Here are highlights: Canadians […]

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N.B. artist takes first place in international competition for Indigenous artwork – CTV News

September 10, 2019 An artist from New Brunswick’s Tobique First Nation has taken first place at an international competition for his Indigenous artwork. Shane Perley-Dutcher combines inspiration from his indigenous heritage with modern soldering, engraving and hammering, crafting pieces out of materials like silver at his home studio in Fredericton. Perley-Dutcher recently won the sculpture […]

by ahnationtalk on September 10, 201941 Views

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Georgian Bay powwow honours past, present and future First Nations people – Simcoe.com

Old friends reunited and conversed on the dancing circle at the Georgian Bay Native Friendship Centre’s 19th annual Traditional Powwow Sept. 7 and 8. The weather couldn’t have been better, as a mix of sun and clouds kept dancers, singers, vendors and powwow-goers from overheating at Sainte-Marie Park in Tay Township. Bob Goulais of Nipissing […]

by ahnationtalk on September 10, 201932 Views

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The importance of cultural safety and unity – The Globe and Mail

Aaqana, Atira. I am director of Indigenous Arts at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. For those of you who don’t know, Banff Centre is an Arts-based educational institution that was founded on Stoney-Nakoda, Blackfoot and Tsuu T’ina, Treaty 7 territory in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada. My position used to be a […]

by ahnationtalk on September 10, 201958 Views

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Revitalizing and Strengthening Inuktut in Nunavut

September 8, 2019 The Government of Canada, the Government of Nunavut, and Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated are collaborating toward an agreement that will support, revitalize and strengthen Inuktut in Nunavut. In accordance with section 9 of the Indigenous Languages Act, the pathfinder agreement seeks to support: increasing access to Inuktut-language instruction in Nunavut; increasing and maintaining […]

by ahnationtalk on September 9, 201956 Views

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Powwow honours Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (10 photos) – Tbnewswatch.com

The fourth annual powwow is the first since the national inquiry released 231 calls to justice and organizers say it is time to start moving forward to creating safer communities THUNDER BAY – For the past three years, the Ontario Native Woman’s Association has hosted a powwow to honour the memory of missing and murdered […]

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Drumming up support for Indigenous culture – Stcatharinesstandard.ca

Celebration of Nations echoes through downtown St. Catharines In many ways, FirstOntario Performing Art Centre is the perfect place for the Celebration of Nations, an annual festival featuring Indigenous arts, culture and tradition. The centre sits on St. Paul Street, part of an old Indigenous trail that skirted the foot of the escarpment as it […]

by ahnationtalk on September 9, 201922 Views

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Preserving and Strengthening an Indigenous Language in British Columbia

From: Canadian Heritage British Columbia, September 9, 2019 The Government of Canada and Nisga’a Lisims Government are pleased to announce an agreement to support the Nisga’a Nation’s efforts to revitalize its language. The Government of Canada will invest up to $6 million over six years to fund Nisga’a Lisims Government’s language revitalization plan. The plan […]

by ahnationtalk on September 9, 201926 Views

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BC Government: Residential school Stop of Interest sign unveiled

Sept. 6, 2019 TK̓EMLÚPS (KAMLOOPS) – Tk̓emlúps te Secwépemc and the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure have unveiled a new Stop of Interest sign to acknowledge the horrific impact the Kamloops Indian Residential School has had on several generations of Secwépemc children and families. “The Stop of Interest sign is significant in acknowledging and honouring […]

by ahnationtalk on September 6, 201964 Views

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Not enough funding to cover all Indigenous language program requests, group says – CBC

Total cost of project applications ‘very much in excess’ of available funds Sep 06, 2019 There is not enough money available to cover what Saskatchewan groups want to do with Indigenous language instruction. That’s the word from the Saskatoon-based Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre (SICC), which administered approximately $3 million in funding from the federal government’s […]

by ahnationtalk on September 6, 201954 Views

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First Nations Child & Family Caring Society – 2019 CHRT 39

September 06, 2019 Another win for First Nations children and their families as the Canadian Human Right Tribunal (CHRT) issues the 8th non-compliance order (2019 CHRT 39) regarding compensation for First Nations children and their families who were negatively impacted by Canada’s discriminatory practices. Year Published 2019 File(s) PDF NT5

by aanationtalk on September 6, 2019139 Views

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Photos: TIFF 2019 opens with Robbie Robertson and Indigenous horror – NOW Magazine

Canadian rock legends walked the red carpet with big American directors while Jeff Barnaby’s zombie movie Blood Quantum kicked off Midnight Madness The Toronto International Film Festival’s big opening was more about rocker dudes than glitzy celebs as Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson And The Band became the first Canadian documentary to get the 10-day […]

by ahnationtalk on September 6, 201970 Views

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Ontario Supporting North America’s Largest Outdoor Celebration of Agriculture and Rural Living

2019 International Plowing Match coming to Northern Ontario in September September 6, 2019 Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines VERNER – Today, Vic Fedeli, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, on behalf of Greg Rickford, Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines, announced $240,000 for two projects that support the 2019 International […]

by pnationtalk on September 6, 201957 Views

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From throat singing to electronic soundscapes, 7 highlights of the NAC’s new Indigenous Theatre program – The Crag and Canyon

September 6, 2019 The National Arts Centre is kicking off its inaugural season of Indigenous Theatre with a festival that will see artists take over every stage in the venerable institution. From Sept. 11-29, the Mòshkamo Indigenous Arts Festival will celebrate the diversity of Indigenous culture, showcasing music, dance, theatre, art, cuisine and more. The […]

by ahnationtalk on September 6, 2019128 Views

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Government of Canada Supports Multiculturalism Initiatives in Atlantic Canada

HALIFAX, September 6, 2019 Mr. Andy Fillmore, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism and Member of Parliament (Halifax), announced today that the Government of Canada invests more than $3 million in multiculturalism and anti-racism related projects throughout Atlantic Canada. He made the announcement on behalf of the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister […]

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Three day celebration of Indigenous culture kicks off in downtown St. Catherines – Newstalk 610 CKTB

A three day celebration of Indigenous arts, culture, and tradition has officially begun in downtown St. Catharines. The Celebration of Nations kicked off Friday morning shortly after 6 a.m. and will continue until Sunday with more than 40 events including music and dance performances, film screenings, and an outdoor artisan market. The sunrise ceremony featured […]

by ahnationtalk on September 6, 201954 Views

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Government of Canada Supports Creation of New Indigenous Museum and Cultural Complex in Fort Langley and Upgrades to Surrey Arts Centre

From: Canadian Heritage September 5, 2019 Investments in cultural infrastructure are essential for the health, social well-being and economic prosperity of our communities. With Government of Canada support, the Township of Langley will soon be home to a new cultural complex in the heart of Fort Langley. Mr. John Aldag, Member of Parliament (Cloverdale–Langley City), […]

by ahnationtalk on September 6, 201986 Views

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SFU to present world premiere of Lisa Jackson’s Transmissions

Jackson’s immersive, Indigenous futurist multimedia installation explores Indigenous languages. Simon Fraser University is proud to collaborate with multi award-winning Anishinaabe filmmaker and artist Lisa Jackson to present the world premiere of Transmissions, an immersive, Indigenous futurist multimedia installation, at SFU’s Goldcorp Centre for the Arts starting on Sept. 6. Transmissions is Jackson’s first installation, which […]

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Mayor Tory presents Robbie Robertson with Key to the City

September 5, 2019 Mayor John Tory today presented Robbie Robertson with a Key to the City at a press conference held at TIFF Bell Lightbox prior to the world premiere of the film “Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band.” Born and raised in Toronto, Robertson is a Canadian musician, songwriter, film composer, producer, […]

by aanationtalk on September 5, 2019124 Views

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City of Edmonton population vibrant and growing steadily

September 5, 2019 Mayor Don Iveson announced the results of Edmonton’s 2019 Municipal Census today, with an official city population of 972,223 as of April 1, 2019. This represents an increase of 72,776 people, and an average growth rate of 2.6 per cent annually, since the last municipal census in 2016. Edmonton’s population is young […]

by ahnationtalk on September 5, 2019113 Views

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This fall, let art transform you at the National Gallery of Canada

Highlights: Àbadakone / Continuous Fire / Feu continuel: contemporary international Indigenous art that will spread into the Gallery’s public spaces The talent of today’s young Canadian artists in the 2019 Sobey Art Award Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Alberta Family Sundays begin September 29 Contemporary Canadian and International art will be at the forefront […]

by ahnationtalk on September 5, 201943 Views

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Supporting Innovative and Collaborative Cultural Projects in Montréal

From: Canadian Heritage MONTRÉAL, September 5, 2019 The cultural sector is a source of inspiration and innovation in Canada. The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring that Canada’s cultural organizations are strong and have a positive influence on the lives of Canadians in their communities. This is why the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of […]

by ahnationtalk on September 5, 201926 Views

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Ottawa’s National Arts Centre is launching the world’s first Indigenous theatre

Credits:The Canadian Press Stage director Muriel Miguel says directing the National Arts Centre’s first Indigenous Theatre production has been a culmination of more than 40 years of her work on stories of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Her version of ‘The Unnatural and Accidental Women,’ by Metis-Dene playwright Marie Clements, opens Sept. 11. […]

by ahnationtalk on September 4, 2019100 Views

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Line-up of events at the next First Friday walkabout – The Sarnia Journal

September 4, 2019 The Sept. 6 First Friday cultural walkabout in downtown Sarnia will celebrate the start of another season with plenty of art, food and live music. All municipal parking lots are free after 6 p.m. and bike racks are located throughout the downtown. Below is a listing of some of the interesting events […]

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Another great turnout for Nipissing First Nation’s Annual Traditional Pow Wow – Anishinabek News

September 4, 2019 NIPISSING FIRST NATION— Nipissing First Nation’s 31st Annual Traditional Pow Wow, Gaa-Miingooyan Enyweng – The Language That Was Given to You, was two sunny days of friends, family, dancing and ceremony. Held in Garden Village, the two-day event, held on August 31 and September 1, had happy crowds and many dancers moving […]

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Renowned First Nations authors to share their stories at Gathering – OrilliaMatters.Com

The third annual event Sept. 19-21 event includes Lee Maracle, Sherry Lawson, Jesse Thistle, and other acclaimed and eminent Indigenous authors For the third year in a row, the Orillia Centre for Arts + Culture (OCA+C) is bringing together a stellar group of First Nations authors for Gathering. The three-day festival takes place at various […]

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Ontario museum offers 3D tour of large Indigenous archeological site – SaultOnline.com

September 2, 2019 WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE, Ont. — From the outside, Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum and Community Centre looks like a modest wooden building in the suburban outskirts of Toronto. But inside, visitors can catch a glimpse of a large historic Indigenous community thriving before the arrival of colonial settlers. The museum lets visitors experience the archeological site through […]

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‘It’s about time’: Ottawa’s Indigenous Theatre prepares to launch first season – Global News

September 3, 2019 Stage director Muriel Miguel is beaming as she shuffles among the cast members of the inaugural production in Ottawa’s new Indigenous Theatre. Opening night, set for Sept. 11 at the National Arts Centre, is inching ever closer, and there’s a crackling energy in the air at this late-August rehearsal for “The Unnatural […]

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Revitalizing Indigenous languages and cultures – rabble.ca

Tiffany Joseph’s ancestry is of the W̱SÁNEĆ people on her mother’s side and the Sḵx̱wu7mesh people on her father’s side, and she currently lives in Tsartlip First Nation, a bit north of Victoria on Vancouver Island. Scott Neigh interviews her about her peoples’ history and about her work revitalizing her language and culture, and restoring […]

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Ontario Investing in Community, Culture and Recreational Projects

Infrastructure funds will go toward renovations, upgrades and new construction September 3, 2019 TORONTO — Today, Laurie Scott, Minister of Infrastructure announced that the province is now accepting funding applications for projects under the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program’s (ICIP) Community, Culture and Recreation (CCR) stream. The funding will go towards investing in community, culture […]

by ahnationtalk on September 3, 201971 Views

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I AM MY FATHER Reflections on killing the Indian in the child. by Adrian Stimson

When Friday, September 6 – Sunday, October 20, 2019 Where Gallery@501 Sherwood Park, AB Details Title:   I AM MY FATHER  Reflections on killing the Indian in the child Artists:  Adrian Stimson Dates:  Sept 6 – Oct 20, 2019 Reception: Sept 12th  @ 7:00 pm Adrian Stimson is a member of the Siksika (Blackfoot) Nation.  He considers […]

by ahnationtalk on September 3, 201933 Views

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Hailed by CanLit, poet Billy-Ray Belcourt allies with Indigenous ‘resistance’ – CTV News

The cultural cognoscenti rains down plaudits and praise on Billy-Ray Belcourt, but it’s not their approval he’s after. The 24-year-old Cree scholar — the youngest-ever winner of Canada’s richest poetry prize — says this hailing can feel “skewered” coming from the largely white arts-scene elite who have been so quick to laud his efforts. His […]

by pmnationtalk on September 3, 201927 Views

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History plaques on Traffic Bridge to address Indigenous experience with settlers – CBC

City expects revised plaques to be installed this fall Sep 02, 2019 Revisions have been made to educational plaques planned for Saskatoon’s new Traffic Bridge after an advisory group asked that various Indigenous groups be canvassed for their take on the historical narrative being prepared for the public. The chair of Saskatoon’s Municipal Heritage Advisory […]

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It’s a special day’: Woodland Cree nations gather to mark 130 years … – Prince Albert Daily Herald

‘It’s a special day’: Woodland Cree nations gather to mark 130 years since they signed onto Treaty 6 One hundred and thirty years ago Chiefs William Charles and James Roberts, along with their headmen, met with commissioners A.G. Irvine and R. Goulet along the east shore of Montreal River, near a place called Molanosa, about […]

by ahnationtalk on August 30, 201935 Views

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Advancing Reconciliation by Commemorating the History and Legacy of Residential Schools

OTTAWA, August 30, 2019 The Government of Canada is investing in five initiatives that aim to advance reconciliation and renew the relationship with Indigenous Peoples. In the spirit of Call to Action 80, the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism, unveiled five projects today that will raise awareness and commemorate the legacy […]

by pnationtalk on August 30, 201946 Views

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Supporting Indigenous Languages Across Saskatchewan

REGINA, August 30, 2019 The Honourable Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, today announced nearly $4.7 million in funding for 59 projects to support Indigenous languages across Saskatchewan. Minister Goodale made this announcement on behalf of the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism. Indigenous communities are best placed to […]

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Zhiibaahaasing powwow focused on water, dreams and future goals – Manitoulin Expositor

August 30, 2019 ZHIIBAAHAASING FIRST NATION – As well as the main theme being brought home to Zhiibaahaasing First Nation community members about the importance of water, a second message was brought home by a member of the community about commitment, dedication and staying focused on your dreams and goals at this year’s powwow celebration. […]

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Ochapowace Powwow 2019 Red Dress Jingle Special Saturday Part 2

Credits: Peigan Powwow Productions Red Dress Jingle Special… Saturday Evening… Part 2 of 3 The Missing and murdered Indigenous women epidemic (MMIW) is an issue currently affecting Indigenous people in Canada and the United States, including the First Nations, Inuit, Métis (FNIM) and Native American communities. It has been described as a Canadian national crisis […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 2019119 Views

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Celebrating Community and Creative Expression in Calgary and Southern Alberta

August 29, 2019 Creativity and community celebration were in the spotlight today as the Honourable Kent Hehr, Member of Parliament (Calgary Centre), announced investments totalling $1,450,300 to support local festivals, the performing arts and community celebrations in Calgary and southern Alberta. Mr. Hehr made this announcement on behalf of the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 201937 Views

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Celebration of Indigenous culture coming to Midland in September – CollingwoodToday

World-renowned sculptor and musician David Maracle will perform full-length concert on Sept. 14 Brookside Music Association is presenting a celebration of Indigenous culture featuring David R. Maracle in September. Maracle is a world-renowned Mohawk sculptor/carver and multi-instrumentalist of rare Indigenous instruments. Maracle, from the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, brings to life the ancestral teachings of the […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 201958 Views

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Media Invitation – Opening Ceremony – Kwe! Meet with Indigenous Peoples

WENDAKE, QC, Aug. 29, 2019  – KWE! Meet with Indigenous Peoples will be taking place from August 30th to September 2nd at the place de l’Assemblée-Nationale. The media are invited throughout the weekend, but more specifically for the opening ceremony that will be held this Friday: Friday, August 30th at 5:30 pm Place de l’Assemblée-Nationale […]

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Mòshkamo Indigenous Arts Festival set to take over Ottawa’s National Arts Centre – APTN News

August 28, 2019 In two weeks Ottawa will play host to the Mòshkamo Indigenous Arts Festival. The two week event will feature some of the top Indigenous artists in music, theatre and food. Buffy Sainte Marie, Jeremy Dutcher, Susan Aglukark and Cody Coyote are among the headlining acts. The play “The Unnatural and Accidental Women” […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 201968 Views

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‘Molly of Denali’ aims to educate young audiences about Indigenous culture

Credits: The Canadian Press The new children’s animated series ‘Molly of Denali’ premieres Sept. 2 on CBC with a look at a 10-year-old girl in Alaska. Creative producer Princess Daazhraii Johnson and actor Lorne Cardinal, who voices Grandpa Nat, say the show is a chance to educate young audiences about Indigenous culture in a way […]

by ahnationtalk on August 28, 2019156 Views

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Government of Canada releases remarkable images of the wreck of HMS Terror

Largest, most complex underwater archeological undertaking in Canadian history reveals new perspective on Franklin Expedition August 28, 2019                           Gjoa Haven, Nunavut               Parks Canada Agency Parks Canada and Inuit are working in partnership to explore the wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror ― the fabled ships of the 1845 Franklin Expedition that set-sail from England in search of […]

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Media Advisory: Child and Youth Advocate to Release Report on the Independent Review of Child Protection System’s Response to Inuit Children

August 28, 2019 Jackie Lake Kavanagh, Child and Youth Advocate, will release the independent review of the child protection system’s response to Inuit children on Wednesday, September 4 at 11:00 a.m. in the Pulapvik Conference Room, former LIA Building, 17 Sandbanks Road, Nain. Media are asked to confirm attendance by August 30 by calling the […]

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New Funding from the Federal Government to Preserve and Celebrate Indigenous Heritage in British Columbia

VANCOUVER, August 28, 2019 The Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism, today announced investments totalling $738,108 for museums, heritage institutions, cultural centres and First Nations throughout British Columbia that are working to preserve, protect, promote and celebrate tangible and intangible Indigenous heritage. Funding has been provided through four components of the Museums […]

by pnationtalk on August 28, 201999 Views

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Supporting Indigenous Languages in Southern Alberta

CALGARY, August 28, 2019 The Honourable Kent Hehr, Member of Parliament (Calgary Centre), announced today that the Government of Canada is investing more than $1.5 million over two years in Indigenous languages in Calgary and the surrounding areas. He made this announcement on behalf of the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism. This […]

by pnationtalk on August 28, 201954 Views

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