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Returning cultural artifacts that belong to Indigenous Peoples discussed at G7 summit | APTN News

Credit: APTN News On Friday at the G7 summit, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sat down with Pope Francis to discuss many topics, including returning cultural artifacts to Indigenous Peoples. For more, we spoke with Cody Groat, an assistant professor at Western University.

by pmnationtalk on June 18, 202450 Views

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Indigenous Student’s Right to Wear Tribal Regalia at Graduation

Credit: ACLU of Northern CA School graduations are a pivotal achievement. For Indigenous students in particular, graduating from primary or secondary school is a momentous occasion that signifies not only academic achievement but also proof of community resilience after centuries of government oppression. California state law specifically protects students’ right to wear “traditional tribal regalia […]

by pmnationtalk on June 17, 202443 Views

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Honoring Indigenous Fatherhood: Celebrating Families, Valuing Traditions

Honoring Indigenous Fatherhood: Celebrating Families, Valuing Traditions June 16, 2024 Thunder Bay, ON – As we celebrate Father’s Day, the Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) recognizes the important roles of Indigenous fathers within our communities and their vital role in strengthening families and cultural traditions. Since time immemorial, Indigenous communities have held deep reverence for the […]

by pmnationtalk on June 17, 202491 Views

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Media Advisory – Okîsikow (Angel) Way Day celebrates official street renaming

June 13, 2024 News media are invited to this year’s community event to celebrate the official renaming of 101A Avenue to “Okisikow Way NW”. The event will be led in opening and closing prayers by Elder Betty Letendre and emceed by Harriet Tinka, survivor and owner of EmpoweredMe. Mayor Amarjeet Sohi will bring greetings on […]

by pmnationtalk on June 13, 202425 Views

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APTN celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day with a focus on community engagement and entertaining programming

APTN celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day with a focus on community engagement and entertaining programming June 6, 2024 TREATY 1 TERRITORY, WINNIPEG, Man. — APTN is embracing a new way of celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day (NIPD) by focusing on community engagement and continuing to place a strong emphasis on entertaining programming for June 21. […]

by pmnationtalk on June 6, 202493 Views

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Native Culture Now Thrives at Once-Oppressive Indian Boarding School

Credit: NBCU Academy Riverside Indian School is one of four Indian boarding schools still standing in the country, once a school that enforced English and Christianity is now a place where nearly 400 students from 60 Native American tribes are reclaiming their traditions.

by pmnationtalk on June 3, 202492 Views

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National Indigenous History Month: Moving Forward By Forging Relationships

Credit: The Weather Network Author and journalist Waubgeshig Rice talks to The Weather Network about the challenges indigenous communities face when it comes to honouring their culture within Canada and suggests a path we can all take to come back together.

by pmnationtalk on June 2, 202496 Views

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CBC SK News: drowning death inquest continues, undercooked bear meat causes muscle worms infection

Credit: CBCSaskatchewan News from across Saskatchewan for Tuesday, May 28, 2024 Sask. NDP wants independent investigation into harassment, bullying and gun claims by Speaker Family members in U.S. infected with muscle worms after eating undercooked Sask. bear meat 11-year-old accordion player and his family keep their Polish roots alive in Sask.

by pmnationtalk on May 30, 202489 Views

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Indigenous grandmothers honoured with art and canoe journey

Credit: CBC Vancouver A project called Honouring Our Grandmothers Healing Journey has travelled, by canoe, from B.C.’s Interior to its final stop in New Westminster. A community chest was created by Indigenous artists from across the province, and shares the teachings of Indigenous ancestors.

by pmnationtalk on May 27, 2024106 Views

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Winnipeg celebrates Manito Ahbee Festival

Credit: CityNews On the second day of the Manito Ahbee Festival at the Assiniboia Downs, CityNews reporter Joanne Roberts speaks to runway models Ocean Bruyere and Lexie Joos about their hopes for Miss Indigenous Canada.

by pmnationtalk on May 22, 2024105 Views

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