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Countdown is on to North American Indigenous Games in Nova Scotia – CBC

Feb 01, 2023 Halifax, Dartmouth, Millbrook First Nation to host more than 5,000 athletes in July The countdown is on to the North American Indigenous Games being hosted in Nova Scotia after nearly three years of delays. From July 15-23, Halifax, Dartmouth and Millbrook First Nation will welcome 5,250 athletes from nearly 760 Indigenous communities, as they […]

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Uquutaq Society to open daytime warming centre in Iqaluit – Nunatsiaq News

Feb 1, 2023 Program will run Monday to Friday until March 31 Starting Wednesday, homeless people in Iqaluit will have somewhere to go during the day for a bite to eat and to escape the cold. Uquutaq Society is offering a warming centre that will be open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 […]

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Turning to Indigenous Knowledge in creating Hep C Awareness – RRU

January 31, 2023 When the Canadian Institute for Health Research funded Royal Roads Doctor of Social Sciences student Kate Dunn with a Doctoral Research Award for First Nations Métis and/or Inuit Health in Canada, she knew that her approach would be different. In the spring of 2021, Dunn set out to spend just over a […]

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Drivers in southern Yukon encouraged to slow down to protect caribou herd – APTN News

Feb 01, 2023 Woodland caribou are a common sight along highways in southern Yukon, but some stretches are posing as a major hazard for the Southern Lakes herd. According to data collected by the Carcross/Tagish Renewable Resources Council (CTRRC), seven Southern Lakes caribou were killed this winter so far in highway vehicle collisions. Five of […]

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Savana Walkingbear one of Canada’s rising young Indigenous leaders – Troy Media

January 31, 2023 Working to advance First Nations’ ownership of resource projects Savana Walkingbear has overcome adversity to become one of Canada’s top young Indigenous leaders. A citizen of Thunderchild First Nation in Saskatchewan, he was one of the youngest elected Indigenous band councillors in Canada and is now a director of the First Nations […]

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The painter with the pen: UCalgary alum claims Métis space in the art world – UCalgary News

Jan. 31, 2023 New Nickle Galleries exhibition highlights David Garneau’s remarkable expression of ideas and history “My people will sleep for one hundred years. When they awake it will be the artists who give them their spirit back.” (quote attributed to Louis Riel, Métis leader) In 1997, a Calgary-based painter was invited to submit a […]

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Mi’kmaw Nova Scotia MP says updated electoral map kicks him out of own riding – CBC

Feb 01, 2023 Critics say redrawing of boundaries discounted people of colour and the province’s history A Mi’kmaw member of Parliament said Tuesday that proposed changes to the boundaries of federal ridings in Nova Scotia would remove two Indigenous communities from the area he represents, including his home of Eskasoni First Nation. The proposed change […]

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Provost to deliver State of the Academy address on March 1 – McMaster U Daily News

January 31, 2023 Susan Tighe, provost and vice-president (Academic) invites McMaster faculty, students and staff to the 2023 State of the Academy address. The in-person event is set for Wednesday, March 1 at 2:30 p.m. at L.R. Wilson Hall. Please register online to reserve your spot. All are welcome to attend. The address will also […]

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Akeeagok calls meeting with PM crucial for future of health care – Nunatsiaq News

Feb 1, 2023 Premiers to meet with Prime Minister Trudeau to discuss health transfer deal; Nunavut premier says he is optimistic The meeting between Canada’s premiers and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Feb. 7 will be crucial to a potential future agreement on health-care transfers, says Premier P.J. Akeeagok. “But I’m coming into it very […]

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‘They had to watch the house burn’: 10-year-old killed in fire in First Nation that lacked fire fighting resources – The Toronto Star

Jan. 31, 2023 Nine residents of the Wabano family are sheltering in the band office after losing a family member and all of their belongings in a fire. A family is grieving the loss of a 10-year-old girl after a fire tore through their home in a First Nation community in Peawanuck on Saturday. The […]

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