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TODAY: There’s a Montreal vigil & march for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & 2Spirit people – Cult MTL

October 4, 2022 “Let’s join together to honour the lives of those who are no longer with us, to learn from activists and elders, and to be inspired to action by the songs and performances of Indigenous artists.” A vigil is taking place at Cabot Square in Montreal today to mark the National Day of […]

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About 6,000 Indigenous children died at residential schools. – SaskToday.ca

Canora Composite School students completed an array of projects including artwork, individual projects, posters, song writing, and novel studies in the week leading up to Truth and Reconciliation Day (Sept. 30). It’s one thing to observe Truth and Reconciliation Day. It’s something quite different to actually learn what happened to residential school students. Canora Composite […]

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Red Deer Native Friendship Society hosts vigil for missing and murdered Indigenous women – rdnewsnow.com

Oct 4, 2022 The Red Deer Native Friendship Centre will be hosting a vigil on Tuesday in honor of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit. Central Albertans will be walking from the Centre (4808 51 Ave.) to City Hall and the Red Deer Museum from 5 – 7 p.m. on Oct. 4, permanently […]

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Warrior Plumbing of North Vancouver Takes Homes Indigenous Business Award – HPAC Magazine

The 2022 IBA recipients will be recognized in a formal gala ceremony – open to the public – held on November 29 at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver. October 4, 2022 The BC Achievement Foundation has announced the recipients of the 2022 Indigenous Business Award (IBA). Presented annually, the IBA recognizes the contributions of extraordinary Indigenous […]

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Kimmirut kids get a second playground – Nunatsiaq News

Oct 4, 2022 Parents and children happy with how park turned out, says hamlet SAO This summer, kids in Kimmirut got a new playground to swing on. It was a long time coming for the community, said hamlet senior administrative officer John Mabberi-Mudonyi. “The parents are happy, the kids are quite excited,” he said, adding […]

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Indigenous Languages of Manitoba’s 8th Annual Honouring Our Languages Gathering – Global News

680 CJOB is proud to support the Indigenous Languages of Manitoba’s 8th Annual Honouring Our Languages Gathering at the Red River Exhibition Grounds on October 5 & 6, 2022! Our gathering supports, strengthens and celebrates our Indigenous languages, and our theme We Are Still Here encompasses the resiliency and strength of our people and our languages. This […]

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Kateri Champagne Jourdain is Quebec’s first Indigenous MNA – Cult MTL

October 4, 2022 “We made history in Quebec. I am very proud. I carry the Innu culture within me, and I am bringing it with me to Quebec City.” Among the 90 seats won by the CAQ in the Quebec election yesterday was the Quebec North Shore riding of Duplessis, whose representative Kateri Champagne Jourdain […]

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Weldon pop-up showcases Indigenous collections – Westerngazette.ca

Oct. 4, 2022 A pop-up event at D.B. Weldon Library Thursday featured newly released and archived Indigenous books and collections. Western Libraries curated the event in partnership with the London Public Library. The pop-up displayed content for all demographics including fiction, non-fiction, children’s and young adult. “We have a wide breadth of collections — there […]

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Josie Nepinak: Awo Taan Healing Lodge – CFWE

Indigenous community members and non-Indigenous allies are set to gather on Calgary’s Stephen Avenue Walk on Tuesday in honour of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. October 4 marks the 19th annual Sisters in Spirit vigils, which are held across Canada and internationally in remembrance of missing and murdered Indigenous women. The Awo Taan […]

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Indigenous studies should be integrated into SFU’s degree requirements – The Peak

October 3, 2022 SFU isn’t producing “well-rounded” students without Indigenous course requirements SFU claims to offer a “well-rounded student experience,” but this can’t be true if students lack a genuine understanding of the trauma and oppression Indigenous peoples faced throughout Canadian history. There was a heavy focus on Indigenous studies at my high school, but […]

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