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Indigenous people in Hamilton reclaiming their endangered languages in creative ways – The Spec

From games of tag to Anishinaabe bingo, songs to apps, Indigenous peoples across the city are learning their traditional languages. May 15, 2019 A game of tag, but with a twist: leaders call out directions in Mohawk. Children listen for “was” and “tosa”rather than “stop” and “go” as they run around the hallways of the […]

by ahnationtalk on May 16, 20196 Views

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Indigenous Woodland Mural Gets Love and Attention – Net Newsledger

May 15, 2019 THUNDER BAY – NEWS – A woodland Indigenous mural that has removed from the Shelter House building where the managed alcohol program is hosted. The mural with the middle ripped off since last fall has been given much needed some love and attention today. After speaking on numerous occasions with McKellar Ward […]

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Taking a walk through Indigenous history – TVO

On Jaime Morse’s tours around Ottawa, participants learn about the area’s role as a gathering place for many nations — and about the history that Canada has often tried to suppress OTTAWA — Downtown in the nation’s capital, you can see Parliament Hill and all manner of monuments to Canada. But it can be more […]

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The Vanishing People – The North Grenville Times

In Canadian history, there is a fascinating period between the immediate pre-contact period and the arrival of the first Europeans. Archaeology can tell us much about the people who were here before, and indigenous oral tradition fills in a great deal of information about their ancestors. But there is a people who have left us […]

by ahnationtalk on May 15, 20196 Views

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Nipissing First Nation artist showcases one-man exhibit at Toronto gallery – Anishinabeknews.ca

May 14, 2019 TORONTO – The spotlight is now on Wayne Kodje at Toronto’s Propeller Art Gallery. The 66-year-old Nipissing First Nation artist has his own exhibit titled Spirit of the Wild now on display at the gallery. The exhibit, featuring 42 pieces of Kodje’s work, opens on Wednesday (May 15) and continues until May […]

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Exploring Indigenous Cuisine with Chef Bill Alexander – Toronto Guardian

May 15, 2019 Indigenous cuisine is gaining more and more attention from locals and tourists alike. Thanks to leaders in the culinary scene, we’re becoming more educated — and the more educated, the more enthusiastic we are getting. At the recent Terroir Symposium in Toronto, Indigenous Executive Chef Bill Alexander spoke with industry insiders as […]

by ahnationtalk on May 15, 20194 Views

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The New Rideau Canal Promenade Unveiled Along the Rideau Canal Pathway

From: Canadian Heritage OTTAWA – May 14, 2019 One of the most important historical developments in Ottawa was the creation of the Rideau Canal, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Member of Parliament (Ottawa Centre), on behalf of the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of […]

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2019: A year of commemoration, celebration and appreciation

OTTAWA, May 14, 2019 – Today marks the official day that the NPO Grand Canadian Events, in collaboration with Canadian Heritage, launches the activities surrounding the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalization of homosexuality in Canada with the project STANDING BY OUR COLOURS / AFFICHONS NOS COULEURS. “The Government of Canada is pleased to support […]

by ahnationtalk on May 14, 20199 Views

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Minister McKenna to Take Part in Rideau Canal Promenade Exhibit Inauguration

From: Canadian Heritage OTTAWA – The Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, will take part in the inauguration of the Rideau Canal Promenade Exhibit on Tuesday. Minister McKenna will speak on behalf of the Honorable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism. Minister McKenna will be accompanied by Jean-Claude Poissant, […]

by ahnationtalk on May 13, 201910 Views

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Poet David Groulx connects the impact of colonialism from Gaza to Turtle Island – artsfile.ca

The Anishinaabe and French-Canadian poet David Groulx is about to release his latest collection of poetry called From Turtle Island to Gaza. In it the Vanier-based poet connects Palestinian and Indigenous experiences. Before he launches the collection Groulx answered some questions from ARTSFILE. Q. Please tell me a bit about who you are and where […]

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