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Wiikwemkoong citizens who served honoured with 21-gun salute – Manitoulin Expositor

November 13, 2019 WIIKWEMKOONG – A chilly day greeted the dozens of people who came to take part in a ceremony marking Aboriginal Veterans Day at the Wiikwemkoong cenotaph last Friday, November 8, at which the attendees paused to reflect on the significance of the day and give their thanks to the community’s last-surviving World […]

by ahnationtalk on November 13, 20191 Views

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Inuit art showcased at National Arts Centre exhibit – Nunatsiaq News

“It’s great to see these big institutions make an effort to indigenize a space” For the past three months, visitors to Ottawa’s National Arts Centre have been treated to the sight of Inuit art in the building’s waiting areas. These works, by Janet Kigusiuq from Baker Lake and Helen Kalvak from Ulukhaktok, formed part of […]

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The Thunder Bay Art Gallery Opens Newest exhibition: The North Now – Wawa-news.com

Nov 13, 2019 Featuring art from across Northern Ontario, this multi-disciplinary juried exhibition provides a glimpse of the immense creativity, diversity and innovation by established and emerging artists living in the North of the province. Artists from across Northern Ontario were invited to submit original works of art created within the last two years for […]

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Indigenous people across Canada are rocking their mocs this week – CBC

‘These moccasins show the life journey I’m on,’ says Ashley Daniels Nov 13, 2019 Indigenous people from coast to coast to coast are rocking their moccasins at school, at the office and in communities this week amid a worldwide campaign to promote cultural pride. It’s called Rock Your Mocs. “I’m showing my representation in public […]

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Métis Nation Honours Second World War Veteran in Port Hope

November 9, 2019 Métis National Council Minister of Veterans Affairs and National Spokesperson David Chartrand honoured a Métis veteran of the Second World War at a ceremony in Port Hope, Ontario today. Joseph Willmer Gagnon enlisted on April 26, 1941 and was assigned to the Canadian Forestry Corps of the Canadian Army as a truck […]

by ahnationtalk on November 12, 20196 Views

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Métis Nation Honours Two Second World War Veterans on National Aboriginal Veterans Day in Ottawa

November 8, 2019 Métis National Council Minister of Veterans Affairs and National Spokesperson David Chartrand honoured two Métis veterans of the Second World War at a ceremony in Ottawa today. The ceremony at the National Aboriginal Veterans Monument included the presentation of a $20,000 cheque to each of the veterans under the terms of the […]

by ahnationtalk on November 12, 20194 Views

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Monday Morning “MUG”ing: A family of artists (5 photos) – Tbnewswatch.com

This week’s Monday Morning “MUG”ing takes a look at Wolf Tracks, an Indigenous business on Simpson Street. THUNDER BAY — Ed and Maxine Wesley, owners of the online apparel store Max-Wear and brick-and-mortar store Wolf Tracks, started their family business in the 1980s. The couple lived in Ginoogaming First Nation at the time, and Maxine, […]

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Beading artisan crafts to remember Indigenous veterans – Anishinabek News

NORTH BAY— An Anishinaabekwe artisan from Nipissing First Nation can hardly keep up with the demand for her beautiful, beaded poppy pins. Indigenous people wear the crafted pins for Remembrance Day to commemorate someone they knew who fought for Canada. Lily Armstrong starting beading the poppies about five years ago. “If you wear the beaded […]

by ahnationtalk on November 12, 20194 Views

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Ontario Regional Chief RoseAnne Archibald stands with First Nations Veterans on National Aboriginal Veterans Day and Remembrance Day

(November 8, 2019) Ontario Regional Chief RoseAnne Archibald expresses her gratitude to the brave First Nations men and women who served during WWI and WWII on this National Aboriginal Veteran’s Day and upcoming Remembrance Day. “On National Aboriginal Veteran’s Day, we remember the many individuals who volunteered to serve and paid the ultimate price for […]

by ahnationtalk on November 11, 20199 Views

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Ontario Investing in Kenora Urban Indigenous Infrastructure

Funding will support a renovation at the Ne-Chee Friendship Centre November 8, 2019 KENORA — Ontario’s government is supporting Indigenous communities by investing in economic capital projects that support skills training and economic development. Today, the province announced funding for the Ne-Chee Friendship Centre in Kenora through the Indigenous Community Capital Grants Program. Ontario is providing more […]

by ahnationtalk on November 8, 201916 Views

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