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McMaster Children’s Hospital opens Indigenous families room in memory of Makayla Sault – Two Row Times

Officials say creation of the space is a visible step toward reconciliation with indigenous communities HAMILTON — McMaster Children’s Hospital took a historic act of reconciliation with an indigenous family this week with the opening of an Indigenous families room in memory of Makayla Sault. Makayla was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in 2014. Makayla […]

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Gerald Antoine re-elected as Liidlii Kue First Nation chief – CBC

Aug 29, 2018 Gerald Antoine won with just under 40 per cent of the votes Incumbent Gerald Antoine has been re-elected as the chief of the Liiddlii Kue First Nation in Fort Simpson, N.W.T. He received 87 votes. Behind him Herb Norwegian received 76 votes, Howard Hardisty received 26, and Steven Josie, who dropped out […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 2018285 Views

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August/September Inclusive Queen’s newsletter published – Queen’s Gazette

August 28, 2018 This month’s edition looks at some key inclusivity announcements tied to the back-to-school season. The Inclusive Queen’s newsletter ‘back-to-school’ edition is now available. The August/September edition features: A recap of major announcements over the summer An update on changes to Orientation The announcement of the Truth and Reconciliation Roundtable A look ahead […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 2018244 Views

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Mayor Lisa Helps: Reconciliation is a learning process for us all – Times Colonist

Reconciliation with Indigenous communities is an important undertaking in Canada today. What reconciliation looks like, and how we build trust in order to move forward to create a future of equal opportunity and respect, is an uncharted journey guided largely by respect and a willingness to listen, to learn and to try. To take action […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 2018271 Views

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Senator Murray Sinclair delays final report on investigation of Thunder Bay Police Services Board – CBC

The OCPC expected to receive the final report on August 31 Aug 28, 2018 As Canadian Sen. Murray Sinclair continues to lead the investigation into the Thunder Bay Police Services Board, the Ontario Civilian Police Commission has granted him another extension until Fall on Tuesday afternoon. The Ontario Civilian Police Commission launched an investigation into […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 2018287 Views

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I feel really proud’: Welding mentorship keeps Cambridge Bay teens out of trouble – CBC

‘Having this makes a big difference, gives us stuff to do,’ says Andrew Kitigon Aug 29, 2018 Keenan Allukpik adjusts the mix of burning gas in his welding torch as a bright orange flame shoots out the end. He turns the nozzle until it turns light blue, hot enough to cut through steel. Michael Haniliak […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 2018250 Views

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First Nation, Manitoba Hydro turn to Bear Clan Patrol following scathing report of abuse – APTN News

August 28, 2018 The fallout continues from a bombshell report that showed decades of racism and sexual abuse by Manitoba Hydro workers working on projects near northern First Nations communities. Now, Fox Lake Cree Nation and Manitoba Hydro itself have tapped Winnipeg’s Bear Clan Patrol for help. Melissa Ridgen caught up with the Bear Clan’s […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 2018257 Views

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Regional district adds WFN flag to boardroom – Kelowna Daily Courier

The flag of the Westbank First Nation now adorns the boardroom of the Regional District of Central Okanagan. Featuring a coyote, a bear’s paw and Ogopogo, the flag was formally added to the Woodhaven Room at the regional district’s offices on KLO Road at the start of Monday’s meeting. It was the idea of regional […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 2018229 Views

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TIFF 2018: CBC Indigenous lists 6 films to watch – CBC

The first film in Haida and a true story from the North screen at this year’s festival Aug 29, 2018 The Toronto International Film Festival begins next week and CBC Indigenous has compiled a list of must-watch films screening at the festival that feature Indigenous talent from across the country (including multiple appearances from Tantoo […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 2018284 Views

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Quebec beefs up Nunavik’s home ownership program – Nunatsiaq News

August 29, 2018 “Access to property is a step forward for us as it offers an alternative to social housing” The Quebec government has once again boosted the subsidy available to Nunavik residents looking to purchase their own homes. In a region where about 97 per cent of residents live in social housing, the Kativik […]

by ahnationtalk on August 29, 2018398 Views

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