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Prince Rupert Indigenous Justice Centre on the Move – CFNR

Sep 21, 2021 An office which offers free legal services to Indigenous residents along the Northwest coast has moved its doors. After spending a year sharing an office with the Aboriginal Community Services Society, the Prince Rupert Indigenous Justice Centre is growing. Residents can now find the Centre at 515, 3 Avenue West, in Suite […]

by ahnationtalk on September 21, 20217 Views

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B.C.’s largest Indigenous government announces vaccine mandate – Vancouver Is Awesome

The Métis Nation of British Columbia supports over 90,000 self-declared Métis people in the province through several regional offices. The Métis Nation of British Columbia (MNBC) — the largest Indigenous government in the province — announced it would be rolling out a mandatory vaccination policy for all employees and visitors to its office. The new […]

by ahnationtalk on September 21, 20218 Views

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Indigenous polling issues – Pembroke Today

Sep 21, 2021 Despite being extended the right to vote in Federal Elections back in 1960, there continue to be participation issues for Canada’s Indigenous communities. In Monday’s Federal Election there were delays to opening certain Elections Canada polling stations on an Alberta First Nation, and in two other cases, voting did not happen at […]

by ahnationtalk on September 21, 20217 Views

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Sportsnet came to Maskwacis to feature on a local athlete, goalie Devin Buffalo. A former Ivy League… – Ermineskin.ca

September 21, 2021 Sportsnet came to Maskwacis to feature on a local athlete, goalie Devin Buffalo. A former Ivy League goalie, Devin Buffalo played in the US for Dartmouth College. He is also the founder of Waniska Athletics, which hosted two Indigenous Goalie Camps with WHL Indigenous goalies Roddy Ross and Jaymond Cardinal. Devin Buffalo […]

by ahnationtalk on September 21, 20218 Views

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Event Tuesday to provide insight into decolonization, reconciliation in education – Brock News

The Brock University community is invited to participate in an online event Tuesday, Sept. 21 that will delve into the topics of Indigenization, decolonization and reconciliation in education. Brock alumna Kelly Fran Davis (ADAC ’02, BEd ’06), Director of Indigenous Education and Enlightenment for the Canadian Congress on Inclusive Diversity and Workplace Equity, will lead […]

by ahnationtalk on September 21, 20216 Views

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In the News: Allan Downey on the use of lacrosse in residential schools – McMasterU Daily News

Allan Downey, associate professor in McMaster’s department of history and Indigenous Studies Program, is helping to shine a light on the history of lacrosse and how it was used to assimilate Indigenous youth in Canada. He was recently interviewed by Sports Illustrated for a piece about how the Premier Lacrosse League and some of its […]

by ahnationtalk on September 21, 20216 Views

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Propelled by a crisis, this man biked across Canada for Indigenous youth – CBC

Rylee Nepinak biked from Vancouver to Halifax to raise awareness about Indigenous youth suicide prevention Sep 21, 2021 Rylee Nepinak had no experience as a cyclist when he decided to bike from Vancouver to Halifax, but he knew he had to do something to raise money and awareness about Indigenous youth suicide. He was prompted […]

by ahnationtalk on September 21, 20214 Views

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David Strickland On New Single ‘Messenger’, Supporting Indigenous Communities In Canada – ET Canada

Speaking with ET Canada’s Carlos Bustamante, Indigenous Canadian producer, engineer and DJ, David Strickland opens up about his collaborative new single “Messenger”. Plus, he shares why it’s so important for Canadians to continue to educate themselves about Indigenous peoples and their communities following this year’s horrifying revelations. Read More: https://etcanada.com/video/dedeb902-1aec-11ec-89a5-0242ac110008/david-strickland-on-new-single-messenger-supporting-indigenous-communities-in-canada/

by ahnationtalk on September 21, 20219 Views

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Dal professor honoured with national award for his work on water quality and its links to human health – DAL News

A Dalhousie University professor who has led the way on water quality research in Canada has been chosen to receive the Albert E. Berry Medal for his significant contributions to the field of environmental engineering. Graham Gagnon, dean of Architecture and Planning and a professor in the Department of Civil and Resource Engineering at Dalhousie, […]

by ahnationtalk on September 21, 20219 Views

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Hundreds come together to bring Pikwàkanagàn child’s spirit home – Anishinabek News

ALGONQUINS OF PIKWÀKANAGÀN— Hundreds of people turned out for the Walk for Joe Commanda, a 13-year-old Pikwàkanagàn citizen who died while running away from the Mohawk Institute Residential School in 1968. The walk was held from Aug. 27-29 from Brantford to Burlington to Toronto, with a vehicle convoy from Toronto to Pikwàkanagàn to complete the […]

by ahnationtalk on September 21, 202110 Views

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