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Huntsville students learn about Métis way of life – MNO

Three grade school classes in Huntsville learned about Métis traditions and way of life during recent visits by Provisional Council of the Métis Nation of Ontario (PCMNO) Senator Verna Porter-Brunelle and her husband Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) citizen Victor Brunelle. On May 18, the pair travelled to the classrooms of two of their grandchildren. […]

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National Indigenous Peoples Day festivities – Kenora Daily Miner

June 8, 2018 Anicinabe Park will be bustling with activity in a couple weeks. On Thursday, June 21 the park will play host to National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations put on by the Ne-Chee Friendship Centre. The theme for the 2018 celebration is honouring the past, recognizing the present, and empowering the future. “One thing […]

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Few Canadians ever set foot on a First Nations reserve, and that’s a problem – Macleans.ca

An in-depth survey finds the vast majority of non-Indigenous Canadians live sealed away from First Nations people and their communities. Is it any wonder we’re so divided? Jun 8, 2018 With her family back home in London, Ont. and her suitcase of belongings in the northern Ontario reserve of the Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation, Monique […]

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Debths by Susan Howe and This Wound is a World by Billy-Ray Belcourt Win the 2018 Griffin Poetry Prize

TORONTO – Thursday, June 7, 2018 – Debths by Susan Howe and This Wound is a World by Billy-Ray Belcourt are the International and Canadian winners of the 2018 Griffin Poetry Prize. They each received C$65,000 in prize money. The Griffin Poetry Prize was founded in 2000 to serve and encourage excellence in poetry. The prize is for first edition […]

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CAMH celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

CAMH celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day To celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day , CAMH is hosting a Mini Pow Wow to educate, entertain and unite CAMH and the greater community. “Getting Together in the Spirit of Reconciliation” will be held Tuesday, June 19 at CAMH’s Queen Street West campus. “When it comes to Reconciliation, we […]

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Griffin Poetry Prize to hand out Canadian, international awards at Toronto gala – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jun 7, 2018  TORONTO _ Literary luminaries will gather in Toronto tonight as two of the best wordsmiths from home and abroad receive the lucrative Griffin Poetry Prize. One Canadian and one international winner will each take home a $65,000 prize at the awards gala. Scholar Billy-Ray Belcourt of the Driftpile Cree Nation […]

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Huntsville to Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21st – Muskoka411

June 6, 2018 The Town of Huntsville is proud to announce their annual celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day with a special event on the evening of June 21, 2018. “It is important for our community to recognize and respect indigenous people and lands,” said Mayor Scott Aitchison. “Events like this which educate and raise […]

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History made at architecture biennale with Indigenous-led exhibition – Construction Canada

June 5, 2018 Unceded: Voices of the Land is the first ever Indigenous-led entry to be presented by Canada at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Commissioned by the Canada Council for the Arts, it is presented by internationally renowned architect Douglas Cardinal and curators Gerald McMaster and David Fortin. “The Canada Council for the Arts is […]

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Canadian Heritage launches engagement sessions on First Nations, Inuit and Métis Languages

From: Canadian Heritage GATINEAU, June 1, 2018 Today, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, launched the intensive community-based engagement sessions that will be held across Canada this summer to support the co-development of First Nations, Inuit and Métis languages legislation. The intensive engagement sessions will build on the results of early engagement sessions […]

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Indigenous music, dance and stories passed onto students at reconciliation gathering in Peterborough – The Peterborough Examiner

Co-facilitator Linda Slavin says in order to connect with the Earth we must understand all issues, including Indigenous history Children sit in a circle watching both Indigenous and non-Indigenous children sing and dance around a group of drummers. It’s a way of sharing stories, culture and history to better educate students on the Indigenous people […]

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