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Reconciliation in theatre comes to area with “Discovery” – TheRecord.com

Since the first stage of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada came to the forefront in 2015, local, grassroots groups have sprung up to explore the history and relationship between Indigenous People, and the colonialists and their descendants. Independently, several Waterloo Region organizations contacted a theatre group out of Virginia about a new play […]

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College president going out on a high – The Chronicle Journal

May 24, 2018 An explosion in the number of international and Indigenous students and new and expanded programs at Confederation College have resulted in a great year of progress, says president Jim Madder. College partners, supporters and community members met at the Victoria Inn to hear Madder deliver the school’s Report to the Community during […]

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Landmark study reveals ‘clear evidence’ of mercury’s toll on health in Grassy Narrows – Thestar.com

May 24, 2018 More than four decades after mercury was dumped upstream from Grassy Narrows First Nation, the physical and mental health of the people there is by many key measures “considerably worse” than that of other First Nations in Canada, according to a landmark new government-funded survey. The survey found there are fewer elders […]

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Five Indigenous Creatives on the Fashion Industry in Canada – Flare

From a model to a designer to the founder of Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto, five creatives weigh in on the current state of Indigenous fashion in Canada Indigenous voices have largely been absent from Canadian fashion, even as other marginalized communities have seen slightly more representation—and when Indigenous aesthetics do show up, it’s often cultural […]

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Laurentian architecture students going to Venice Architecture Biennale – CBC

May 24, 2018 Architects from around the world are getting ready to head to Italy, including two students from Laurentian University. The 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale starts this weekend and will showcase architecture from around the world, including Canada. Laurentian University students Krystel Clark from Montreal Lake Cree Nation in northern Saskatchewan and Bohdana Innes […]

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Indigenizing cannabis: quiet revolution grows as more First Nations embrace legalization – Now Toronto

May 24, 2018 Hundreds flocked to Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory over the long weekend for the inaugural Indigenous Cannabis Cup – and judging by the scene, Ontario Cannabis Stores will have some competition from on-reserve dispensaries when legalization hits Hundreds flocked to Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory east of Belleville over the long weekend for the very first […]

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One person dead after house fire in Pukatawagan First Nation – CBC

Investigators find body in home that burned in community north of Flin Flon, Man. May 24, 2018 RCMP are investigating after finding one person dead in a home that caught fire in a northwestern Manitoba First Nation earlier this week. Mounties were called to a house that was fully engulfed by fire on Amisk Drive […]

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The Marrow Thieves,’ ‘Scarborough’ among titles on Trillium Book Award shortlist – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 24, 2018 TORONTO _ Stories about a low-income Toronto neighbourhood and a dystopian future seen through the eyes of an Indigenous teenager are among the six English-language books shortlisted on Thursday for the 2018 Trillium Book Award. They join three English poetry titles as finalists for the awards celebrating Ontario-based writers. In […]

by ahnationtalk on May 24, 20181 Views

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Ovide Mercredi report rips Ontario Law Society on handling of Keshen file – APTN News

May 24, 2018 Residential school survivors were failed by the Law Society of Ontario when it came to handling their complaints against a lawyer, says a scathing new report. “The days of the status quo or business, as usual, will not lead to reconciliation,” concludes Ovide Mercredi, a lawyer and former national chief of the […]

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NDP, Tories tied at 37 per cent support, new poll suggests; Liberals trail at 21 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 24, 2018  By Colin Perkel THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ The New Democrats have the same 37 per cent voter support as the Progressive Conservatives even though most people believe the Tories will win the Ontario election come June 7, a new poll suggests. According to the Leger poll being released Thursday, […]

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