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Relationships First – MUN Gazette

June 24, 2022 The provincial government is providing $600,000 for a restorative justice program based in the Faculty of Education at Memorial. On May 26, Justice Minister John Hogan, and…

Supreme Court to hear Ontario case on treaty payments to Anishinaabe – APTN News

Jun 23, 2022 The Supreme Court of Canada says it will hear a legal battle over Crown payments to beneficiaries of two Robinson treaties which cover the upper Great Lakes…

Pope visiting former Alberta residential school site in Maskwacis during ‘healing’ visit – CBC

‘We need to begin a healing process for our people here in Maskwacis’ Jun 24, 2022 The program for Pope’s trip to Canada next month includes a visit to the…

Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald says she was unfairly suspended – Canada’s National Observer

June 24th 2022 Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald and her lawyers say the organization’s move to suspend her and prevent her from attending its annual general assembly…

Counselling support program for Indigenous families uses mixed-healing approach – Global News

June 24, 2022 Elders at Regina’s Caring Hearts support program are using land-based healing, sharing circles and other traditional healing processes to help Indigenous people through bereavement and as an act…

Construction begins on new Kingfisher Lake First Nation school, community hopes to have it ready next year – CBC

‘It’s so important to be able to control our own programming,’ says Chief Lott Sainnawap Jun 24, 2022 Youth in Kingfisher Lake First Nation will soon be doing their learning…

BC invests in First Nations language, arts, culture and heritage – East Kootenay News Online Weekly

June 24, 2022 New provincial funding is being aimed at supporting and strengthening the reclamation and revitalization of First Nations languages, arts, culture and heritage across B.C. The province is…

Canada joins international agreement to help Indigenous businesses access new markets – Toronto Star

June 23, 2022 OTTAWA – Canada has joined a global Indigenous trade forum that International Trade Minister Mary Ng says will help First Nations entrepreneurs benefit from free trade agreements.…

Gjoa Haven centre has big plans to display Franklin Expedition artifacts – Nunatsiaq News

Jun 24, 2022 Nattilik Heritage Centre wants to more than double its floor space for displays, local programming Planning continues for expansion at Gjoa Haven’s community heritage centre so it…

First Nations group offers draft for papal apology – The Catholic Register

June 24, 2022 A First Nations group of residential school survivors has publicly put forward specific wording for a papal apology widely expected in Canada in July. The Doctrine of…

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