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Reflections on National Indigenous History Month – CHRA

Jun 20, 2024 Indigenous History Month in Canada is a time to celebrate and honor the diverse cultures, traditions, and contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. It is a period for all Canadians to deepen their understanding of Indigenous histories, which have too often been marginalized, misrepresented, or ignored. This month is an […]

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Naujaat hamlet council declines $6.8M in Jordan’s Principle funding – Nunatsiaq News

Jun 20, 2024 Money was for voucher program to give access to food, diapers and other essentials There is $6.8 million in Jordan’s Principle funding approved for Naujaat, but it won’t be coming to the community because the hamlet’s council turned down the money. Jordan’s Principle is administered through the federal Department of Indigenous Services […]

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Land claims take center stage at AFN Indigenous Laws gathering – The Hamilton Spectator

June 20, 2024 Grand Chiefs and council members from Anishinabe Algonquin communities joined the federal minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations in Ottawa recently to sign an agreement on a dedicated space for them on Parliament Hill. Those nations’ representatives joined Crown-Indigenous Relations minister Gary Anandasangaree in signing what the government called a “landmark” agreement for the […]

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What needs to be celebrated on National Indigenous Peoples Day? – FCPP

June 20, 2024 As well as celebrating this richness and diversity, there is good reason to celebrate this June 21.  We now realize that no Indian Residential School children are missing, were never subjected to genocide, and are not buried in either individual or mass graves, as proclaimed in recent years. That Aboriginals leaders, activists, […]

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Superior Strategies and Warrior Supplies Donate $14,565 to Indigenous Youth Programs – NetNewsLedger

June 20, 2024 THUNDER BAY, ON – Superior Strategies and Warrior Supplies are thrilled to announce a generous donation of $14,565 from their 2023 Orange Shirt Campaign. This initiative is part of Superior Strategies Jason Thompson’s annual pledge to contribute $5 from each ‘Every Child Matters’ shirt or flag sold, aimed at supporting local Indigenous […]

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The joy that comes from creating a better understanding of Indigenous history – UM Today

June 20, 2024 Kaila Johnston, the lead for Education, Outreach and Programming at the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation talks about the importance of understanding the history of painful experiences many Indigenous Peoples went through for more than a century but also recognize their resiliency. Watch the video to learn more. Read More: https://news.umanitoba.ca/creating-better-understanding-indigenous-history/

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Indigenous knowledge keepers take their clean energy expertise abroad – Corporate Knights

June 20, 2024 Indigenous Peoples in Canada have become renewable-energy powerhouses. Now they’re using their knowledge to help Indigenous communities across the world. In the remote Australian desert community where Chris Croker’s family lives, solar power delivered people power. It started with drinking water around 30 years ago. A solar-powered electric pump drew water from […]

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Toronto, Montreal among the deadliest cities for Canadian heatwaves, federal research suggests – CTV

June 19, 2024 Toronto and Montreal rank among the deadliest cities for Canadian heat waves, according to new research by Statistics Canada (StatCan). Released Wednesday, the 20-year data review compared mortality rates during extreme heat events among the 12 most populous Canadian cities. Researchers found that while extreme heat is a common contributor to excess […]

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Winnipeg lawsuit seeks billions of dollars for failed plan to manufacture COVID-19 vaccine in Manitoba – CBC

Providence Therapeutics suing Emergent Biosolutions after plan to make vaccine in Winnipeg didn’t go ahead Jun 20, 2024 An American company that manufactures vaccines is being sued in Winnipeg for billions of dollars following a failed plan to produce a COVID-19 vaccine supply in Manitoba during the pandemic. Alberta vaccine company Providence Therapeutics Holdings contacted […]

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Where to recognize National Indigenous Peoples Day in Montreal this week – The Beat 92.5

June 20th, 2024 We join Canada to recognize the history, heritage, resilience and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis for National Indigenous Peoples Day. If you want to partake in the different events honouring the National Day, here are some that are happening across Montreal this week: Attend a free concert honouring National Indigenous […]

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