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Indigenous Theatre Slowly Making Strides in Edmonton – Vue Weekly

Creating Space for Indigenous Stories While there are many choices when it comes to taking in a show in Edmonton, there has been a significant lack of Indigenous-led theatre. However, according to some artists and other professionals around the city, that is starting to change. Lorne Cardinal is an accomplished actor of stage, television and […]

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Canada’s premiers meet Indigenous groups, although three major groups decline – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jul 18, 2018 By Keith Doucette THE CANADIAN PRESS BOUCTOUCHE, N.B. _ Canada’s premiers emerged from meetings with Indigenous organizations Wednesday with little in the way of concrete initiatives after several major Aboriginal groups refused to participate in the gathering for the second year in a row. Three of the country’s largest Indigenous […]

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Street Checks – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Jul 18, 2018 VANCOUVER – Indigenous and civil rights groups complain that the Vancouver Police Department should not be responsible for investigating itself over the issue of significant racial disparity in the department’s use of street checks. The B.C. Civil Liberties Association and Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs had asked […]

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Cabinet List – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Jul 18, 2018  OTTAWA – An updated list of federal cabinet ministers following Wednesday’s shuffle, by order of precedence: _ Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister _ Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness _ Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food _ Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations _ […]

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Christie Blatchford: Neither velvet glove nor iron fist an easy response to Indigenous protests – The Province

The only real lesson is that pretty much whatever governments end up doing, even if nothing more than hand wringing, will somehow bite them in the collective rear What to make of the news out of Regina this week that the Justice for Our Stolen Children Protest Camp, which with its teepees and tents and […]

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Recovery Day announces partnership with Fort William First Nation – Tbnewswatch.com

Recovery Day announces partnership with Fort William First Nation City of Thunder Bay release THUNDER BAY — Recovery Day, one of the nation’s largest public events to display freedom from addiction, is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership between Fort William First Nation and the Drug Awareness Committee to support the Thunder Bay Drug […]

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Premiers-Meeting-Indigenous – Audio Clip NAT076 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Audio Jul 18, 2018 076 – (Premiers-Meeting-Indigenous) MP3 Audio: http://audio.cp.org/productionaudio/audio/2018/07/18/cp201807180092-1.mp3 BOUCTOUCHE, N.B. x–16s. Canadian premiers are sitting down with Indigenous leaders at a meeting in New Brunswick today. But three of the country’s largest Aboriginal organizations are bowing out of the gathering — the second year in a row the groups are […]

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Premiers-Meeting-Indigenous – Audio Clip NAT075 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Audio Jul 18, 2018 075 – (Premiers-Meeting-Indigenous) MP3 Audio: http://audio.cp.org/productionaudio/audio/2018/07/18/cp201807180091-1.mp3 BOUCTOUCHE, N.B. x–08s. Canadian premiers are sitting down with Indigenous leaders at a meeting in New Brunswick today. But three of the country’s largest Aboriginal organizations are bowing out of the gathering — the second year in a row the groups are […]

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Why members of London’s Indigenous Running Club say running is for everybody – CBC

‘Running is for everybody, it doesn’t matter your size, your shape,’ says club founder July 18, 2018 Nancy Doxtator, 52, has a pretty lofty goal: to run a full marathon by the time she turns 60. The grandmother from Oneida Nation of the Thames is already off to a good start. She does a five-kilometre […]

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Archaeological dig on island near Ucluelet unearths story of 4-thousand-year-old First Nations village – CHEK News

July 17, 2018 Remains of a 4-thousand-year-old First Nations village are being unearthed in an archaeological dig. As a team scrapes away layers of time and sifts through pounds of past, Keith Island is revealing its long-buried story as a Tseshaht settlement. “This is their history book, this is the first edition and its the […]

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