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Katimavik focused on Indigenous ‘Youth in Transition’ under new 20-week program – CBC

Katimavik hopes to redefine itself under a new program with involvement from Cree and Tlicho First Nations Jun 22, 2017 The Katimavik youth volunteer services program hopes to relaunch itself with a focus on reconciliation, and it is turning, in part, to Cree youth from the James Bay region of Quebec to make it happen. […]

by ahnationtalk on June 22, 20174 Views

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Researcher calls for public inquiry into medical experimentation on students not compensated in settlement agreement – APTN

June 21, 2017 After he published his research in 2013 exposing medical experimentation on students at residential schools involving withholding of certain foods, the invitations started coming in for Dr. Ian Mosby. “A lot of communities wanted me to come and explain to people myself, in person,” he said, during an interview in Toronto. Mosby […]

by ahnationtalk on June 21, 20177 Views

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With a heavy heart,’ Nunavik Creations closes its doors after 15 years – CBC

‘It’s with a heavy heart that we have to make this difficult decision,’ says Makivik vice president Jun 20, 2017 Celebrated Nunavik clothing and design company Nunavik Creations Inc. is closing down its operations. Makivik Corporation, which owns the Inuit-run company, says that despite efforts to market and publicize the clothing, Nunavik Creations has been […]

by ahnationtalk on June 20, 20178 Views

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NFB announces plan for indigenous staff and projects – CP

Source: The Associated Press Jun 20, 2017 MONTREAL _ The National Film Board of Canada has announced a three-year plan to “redefine its relationship with Indigenous Peoples.” The plan includes immediately ensuring that 15 per cent of production spending is on indigenous-directed projects. The NFB says it also wants to ensure that four per cent of its […]

by ahnationtalk on June 20, 20178 Views

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Deaf at 13, open-heart surgery, and rapping on a fishing boat: young Indigenous filmmakers turn life into art – CBC

Hear personal stories that dive deep and get real, from Indigenous youth across Canada, told with the help of the travelling film production team Wapikoni Mobile. Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/radio/docproject/deaf-at-13-open-heart-surgery-and-rapping-on-a-fishing-boat-young-indigenous-filmmakers-turn-life-into-art-1.4168809

by ahnationtalk on June 20, 201710 Views

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Fall Preview 2017: Books for Young People – Quill and Quire

Orca Book Publishers has tagged Speaking Our Truth: A Journey of Reconciliation as one of its big titles for the season. Written by Monique Gray Smith, the book teaches young readers about the residential school system, and introduces survivors and people who are putting the recommendations from the Truth and Reconciliation Commision into practice. Simon […]

by ahnationtalk on June 20, 20178 Views

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Hicks on Biz: Funding aboriginal business

June 16, 2017   It’s all about money. It always is. An entrepreneur full of dreams wants to create a better mousetrap that’ll take the world by storm and make him or her a gazillionaire. But they can’t find the money — the thousands, the hundreds of thousands of dollars — it takes to get […]

by pmnationtalk on June 19, 201715 Views

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Experts Question First Nations Drinking Water Engagement Process – Water Canada

June 19, 2017 On May 29, 2017, the federal ministry of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada posted a notice online that engagement with First Nations for safe drinking water would be undertaken. The announcement came as a surprise to some leaders within the First Nations community and advocacy groups. Details of the engagement strategy were […]

by pmnationtalk on June 19, 201710 Views

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Canadian sports heroes to honour for the country’s 150th birthday – Global News

June 16, 2017 Persistence. Endurance. And the will to triumph over adversity. But adversity, of course, comes in many forms. And many who’ve faced it aren’t always the first who come to mind when listing Canada’s greatest athletes. Tom Longboat was one of the world’s most celebrated athletes prior to the First World War, according […]

by ahnationtalk on June 16, 201713 Views

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Dear Canada, we need to talk. Sincerely, Quebec – The Globe and Mail

Jun. 15, 2017 In responding in a curt and scornful manner recently to the Policy on Quebec Affirmation, Justin Trudeau, in an absurd way, proved its necessity. Without even slackening his pace, the Prime Minister brushed aside a document that has the merit of reminding us, on the eve of the Federation’s 150th anniversary, of […]

by ahnationtalk on June 15, 201710 Views

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