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New post offers support in Indigenizing curriculum – Western News

July 13, 2020 Ask Sara Mai Chitty, BA’14, MA’15, to describe land-based learning, and chances are, the Anishinaabekwe storyteller and educator will share an anecdote to illustrate the concept. “A couple of years ago, there was a story about a whale carrying her dead calf around on her back for several weeks in mourning. I […]

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Final Settlement Announced for Flying Post First Nation Land Claim – Net Newsledger

July 13, 2020 THUNDER BAY — “I’m pleased that Ontario is fulfilling its outstanding obligation to Flying Post First Nation, dating back more than a century,” said Greg Rickford, Minister of Indigenous Affairs. “Settling land claims through co-operative negotiations and respectful dialogue is a key step towards reconciliation with Indigenous people.” “This is an important moment,” said […]

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Funding for northern Ontario First Nations harm reduction – TimminsToday

Indigenous Services Canada says it will budget $2.5 million toward the Nishnawbe Aski Nation’s mental health and addiction program OTTAWA — The federal government is committing new funding toward harm reduction for First Nations in northern Ontario, in a move that one local leader says provides a “sense of relief” amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Indigenous […]

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Why We Dance’ Series: Gerry Courchene – Anishinabek News

My name is Gerry Courchene and I’m a Traditional Dancer from Sagkeeng First Nation, Manitoba, Ojibway/Saulteaux Tribe. I’m a recovering alcoholic/drug addict and have been sober for two years now. I started dancing for my healing and recovery. I feel so alive and proud when I dance. I dance for healing and the people that […]

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5 new northwest forest fires reported Sunday – CBC

4 of the new fires were burning in Nipigon district; 20 fires burning in region as of Sunday Jul 13, 2020 Five new forest fires were confirmed in the northwest on Sunday afternoon, Ontario’s Aviation, Forest Fire and Emergency Services (AFFES) said. The five new fires are: Sioux Lookout 19 — 0.7 hectares, located in […]

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Canada’s largest Indigenous police force has never shot anyone dead – Newstalk 1010

July 12th 2020 TORONTO – Officers with Canada’s largest Indigenous police force have never shot and killed anyone — and no officer has died in the line of duty. The Nishnawbe Aski Police Service in northern Ontario is proud of  that record. Police Chief Roland Morrison says it’s largely due to the fact his officers […]

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Ojibway man paddling around the peninsula for awareness – Owen Sound Sun Times

July 12, 2020 A 27-year-old man with roots at Saugeen First Nation has so far paddled Lake Huron’s shore from south Grand Bend to Saugeen Shores, on his way up the Bruce Peninsula and around into Georgian Bay then on to Collingwood. The Picking Up the Bundles Canoe Journey around Saugeen Ojibway Nation’s traditional territory […]

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Morning Brief: Push to grill PM over WE at committee – iPolitics

Jul 13, 2020 Good Monday morning. The Conservatives plan to call Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to testify at committee over the ballooning WE scandal. Finance critic Pierre Poilievre said at a news conference Sunday he is pushing to have Trudeau appear and swear under oath before said grilling. Parliamentary expert Philippe Lagassé points out, though, […]

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Guelph Market highlights products from those who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Colour – Guelph Mercury

Jul 10, 2020 A new digital marketplace has been launched with a specific focus. Brian Kwok launched Guelph Market on July 1 with the aim of highlighting artisan businesses owned by Black, Indigenous and Peoples of Colour, known as BIPOC, after scrapping physical events amid the coronavirus pandemic. “Even though I run Guelph Market as […]

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Interactive map allowing Sixties Scoop survivors to share stories – Soo Today

People can share as little or as much as they want to Sixties Scoop survivor Colleen Hele-Cardinal has launched an interactive digital map allowing fellow survivors to share their stories. Between the 1950s and 1980s, thousands of Indigenous children were removed from their homes by child welfare agencies and placed with mostly non-Indigenous families across […]

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