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Longtime Quebec Liberal John Ciaccia dies at 85 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Aug 8, 2018  MONTREAL _ Longtime Quebec Liberal John Ciaccia, who was native affairs minister during the explosive Oka Crisis in 1990, has died. Ciaccia passed away Tuesday in Beaconsfield, Que., at the age of 85. News of his death was first reported by Cittadino Canadese, an Italian-Canadian publication. Premier Philippe Couillard has […]

by ahnationtalk on August 8, 201813 Views

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T’Cha Dunlevy: Post-Kanata, how about Montreal First Peoples Festival? – Montreal Gazette

August 7, 2018 The dust has settled on the controversy surrounding Robert Lepage’s Kanata — an issue on which, much like the SLĀV controversy that preceded it, seemingly everyone had an opinion. Now that things are dying down, what are we going to do about it? One concrete thing that you could do, whatever your […]

by ahnationtalk on August 8, 201810 Views

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Google Earth Voyager story highlights Indigenous cultural heritage – Canadian Geographic

Canadian Geographic Education offers a new multimedia educational resource centred on Indigenous content August 7, 2018 Canadian Geographic Education has launched its fourth Google Earth Voyager story, focusing on the cultural practices of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. The latest in a series that has previously featured Canada’s original place names and examined the dark history […]

by ahnationtalk on August 8, 20187 Views

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Bank Of Montreal replaces plaques commemorating killing of Iroquois chief – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Aug 7, 2018  MONTREAL _ Two stone markers on the facade of a Bank of Montreal building in the city’s tourist district that commemorated the murder of an Iroquois chief in 1644 are being replaced today. Members of Montreal’s First Nations community had been calling for the removal of the stones for years […]

by ahnationtalk on August 7, 201810 Views

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Inuit woman stranded by police – BT Montreal

Released from jail in Bois Franc, in the middle of the night, seriously injured and unable to speak French or English; 48 year old Inuit woman Mina Iquasiak Aculiak went missing for nearly a week after police picked her up. Read More: https://www.btmontreal.ca/videos/inuit-woman-stranded-by-police/

by ahnationtalk on August 3, 201836 Views

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Quebec Innu nation lifts barricade after reaching agreement with Tata Steel – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Aug 2, 2018  MONTREAL _ The chief of an Innu nation in northern Quebec says his members have lifted a four-day blockade after reaching a deal with Tata Steel Minerals Canada. Chief Tshani Ambroise of the Innu nation of Matimekush-Lac John said today the mining company has agreed to his community’s demands regarding […]

by ahnationtalk on August 3, 201820 Views

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Montreal police say Inuk woman missing for six days found by off duty officer – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Aug 2, 2018 Montreal police say a missing 48-year-old Indigenous woman has been found by an off-duty police officer six days after she vanished. Mina Iquasiak Aculiak, an Inuk woman who speaks neither French nor English, was last seen outside a police station on July 27 after she was released with a city […]

by ahnationtalk on August 2, 201822 Views

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Innu Nikamu music festival breaks through racial divide on Quebec’s North Shore – CBC

Aug 02, 2018 Organizers of one of Quebec’s largest Indigenous music festivals say Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists will share the stage at the festival’s 34th edition — the diverse acts an effort to build bridges with Mani-Utenam’s neighbours. Artisanal crafts, music and traditional foods will be on offer during the four days of the Festival […]

by ahnationtalk on August 2, 201818 Views

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Montreal police seeking Inuk woman missing since being released by cops – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Aug 2, 2018  Montreal police are looking for a missing 48-year-old Indigenous woman who vanished six days ago. Mina Iquasiak Aculiak is an Inuk woman who speaks neither French nor English and police say she was last seen in the city’s Saint-Laurent borough on July 27. Montreal La Presse says she was in […]

by ahnationtalk on August 2, 201813 Views

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‘Twitter Mom’ gets sons back from foster care – APTN News

July 31, 2018 After following an Elder’s advice to share her story on Twitter, a mother is welcoming her second – and youngest – son home from foster care. The woman APTN News is calling ‘Twitter Mom’ can’t be named because she still has children in care and it’s illegal to publish details that would […]

by ahnationtalk on August 1, 201816 Views

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