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Health Authority receives funds to improve living conditions for First Nations children – Winnipeg Sun

Four Arrows Regional Health Authority (FARHA) will be receiving approximately $100,000 next month to help improve living conditions for First Nations children and youth in the Island Lake region of…

What If It Were Your Treaty?’ – Net Newsledger

October 28, 2020 ATTAWAPISKAT – I have never really been that political and I don’t think most Indigenous people are. We come from very natural history in terms of living,…

CBU to honour Donald Marshall Jr. with new research centre – CBC

Marshall Institute will focus on environmental justice, Indigenous approaches to climate change Oct 28, 2020 A new research institute planned for Cape Breton University will honour the legacy of Donald…

Ontario needs to better address systemic anti-Black, anti-Indigenous racism in curriculum, students say – Toronto Star

Oct. 28, 2020 Ontario’s school curriculum needs to better address anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism, Toronto’s Youth Cabinet is urging, with the support of 16 education unions and advocacy groups. In…

In the Beginning shares early Indigenous stories of Vancouver at the Firehall Arts Centre – Straight.com

Rosemary Georgeson didn’t know it at the time, but the events of that sunny day in the 1980s when she was almost killed by the ocean that had fed her…

Mining consultations continue even as water stops flowing for Neskantaga First Nation – CBC

Mining developments were supposed to bring an end to water crisis in Neskantaga, they have not Oct 28, 2020 Consultation on the environmental assessment for a road to mineral deposit…

Indigenous Languages – Brunswickan

The fate of Indigenous languages is not only a Canadian issue but a global one. In a 2019 speech, the President of the United Nations explained that globally approximately two…

Jody Wilson-Raybould to speak at Laurier’s tenth annual Indigenous education week – The Cord

October 28, 2020 The Office of Indigenous Initiatives is hosting its tenth annual Indigenous Education Week virtually at Laurier, from Oct. 26 to 30. “It’s a chance for the public…

A hunt across the border – indigenous rights in case before Canada’s Supreme Court – National Post

Oct 28, 2020 TORONTO, Oct 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – In Canada’s British Columbia, the mountainous West Kootenay region forms a rare inland temperate rainforest, where the Sinixt tribe has…

It’s time for the B.C. NDP to get serious about UNDRIP, Indigenous leaders say – CBC

Province passed declaration act a year ago, but First Nations leaders say they’ve still to see an action plan First Nations leaders on Vancouver Island are hoping the B.C NDP…

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