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Betty Ann Adam: The Neil Stonechild case, decades later – Saskatoon StarPhoenix

In the years since I wrote these reflections on police treatment of Indigenous men, we’ve seen signs of progress, but also ongoing disheartening injustices. Betty Ann Adam worked as a…

Assisted-death bill sends wrong message to Indigenous people, advocates say – The Star

OTTAWA – Assisted-dying legislation sends the wrong message to Indigenous communities, advocates said Tuesday as voices opposed to the bill continued to ring out on Parliament Hill. Indigenous elders work…

Residential school healing fund set to end as First Nations leaders say demand for services growing – CBC

Fund was part of the 2006 Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement Nov 25, 2020 The future of a B.C. society established to provide support to residential school survivors is in…

No reported, local cases of COVID-19 in Shawanaga First Nation – parrysound.com

Shawanaga chief credits community members for keeping COVID at bay but warns restrictions could be re-implemented The chief of Shawanaga First Nation says it is community co-operation that has kept…

VOICE OF THE PEOPLE — Nov. 25, 2020 – TheChronicleHerald.ca

Jack up penalties for care-free COVID vandals Watching Premier Stephen McNeil and chief medical officer Dr. Robert Strang at COVID-19 press conferences, we see their frustration and bewilderment with those…

Ottawa replaces federal bureaucrat working with Neskantaga First Nation during state of emergency – CBC

Chief demanded resignation of Anne Scotton, accused her of ‘paternalism’ and ‘mirroring colonialist values’ At the community’s request, Indigenous Services Canada has replaced the top federal bureaucrat working with Neskantaga First Nation during its…

Indigenous Ex-NHLer Fred Sasakamoose dead at 86 – Global News

November 24, 2020 One of the first Indigenous NHLers, Frederick “Fred” Sasakamoose, has passed away. He died on Tuesday afternoon at the age of 86 following a battle with the…

At committee: Public safety spending plans, medical assistance in dying, zero emission vehicles – iPolitics

Nov 25, 2020 As the fall estimates review continues to dominate the committee agenda, Public Safety Minister Bill Blair will spend up to two hours fielding questions from PUBLIC SAFETY members…

Indigenous leaders fight for bigger role in new N.W.T. university – CBC

“This is our golden opportunity to go back to who we are as Indigenous people,” chief says Nov 24, 2020 Indigenous leaders in the N.W.T. are asking for a bigger…

Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto Goes Virtual – ETCanada

As fashion week events around the world have gone virtual, Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto (IFWTO) has followed suit. The four-day celebration of Indigenous fashion will be held online from November…

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