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Beardy wants feds to change funding calendar – The Chronicle Journal

June 11, 2015 Ontario’s regional chief is asking the federal government to change when it approves First Nations funding. Stan Beardy said in the wake of reports last week that showed $1 billion in lapsed funding over five years within Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, the department needs to reform its funding procedures. What […]

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Darrell Dennis wins PMC Aboriginal Literature Award – Quill & Quire

First Nation Communities Read has named B.C.-born writer, actor, and radio personality Darrell Dennis winner of the $5,000 Periodical Marketers of Canada Aboriginal Literature Award. Peace Pipe Dreams: The Truth About Lies About Indians (Douglas & McIntyre), in which Dennis tackles misconceptions about First Nations people in Canada with personal anecdotes, history, and humour, will […]

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Ottawa children honour residential school survivors with art – CBC

Roughly 400 elementary students craft murals after learning about Indian residential schools Jun 10, 2015 Students at an Ottawa public school have unveiled four large murals to honour residential school survivors and the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The four murals, called Mamawi:Together, adorn an outside wall at the entrance of Pleasant Park […]

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Reserving justice – NOW Magazine

The Supreme Court misses an opportunity to help undo native mistrust of the jury system JUNE 10, 2015 Clifford Kokopenace of the Grassy Narrows reserve in northern Ontario was found guilty in 2008 of stabbing a friend to death during a drunken brawl. His lawyer argued on appeal that Kokopenace did not have a jury […]

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Salt on the wound – Simcoe.com

Canada’s reputation for mistreating its Aboriginal Peoples is not just a national embarrassment, it’s an international one. Last year, the United Nations reported the wealth gap between aboriginal and non-aboriginal people is not improving. Treaty claims are “persistently” unresolved and indigenous girls and women remain vulnerable to abuse and violence. The RCMP reported last year […]

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Setback for children’s hospital in Sudbury – The Sudbury Star

June 11, 2015 Two physicians who pitched a proposal for a $55-million children’s hospital to health officials Wednesday were sent back to the drawing board to devise a firm business plan for how it could be built and financed. Dr. Sean Murray, medical director of the family and child program at Health Sciences North, and […]

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First Nations woman turns to Facebook to find missing family – CBC

Jun 10, 2015 Oshie family near Kenora separated by mother’s death, adoption in the 1970s A First Nations woman living in Alberta is hoping Facebook will help her locate her mother’s sister who was adopted out of a First Nation near Kenora, Ont. in the early 1970s. Sarah Lott-Ward posted a photo of her mother, […]

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Island educator calls for First Nations Institute – Manitoulin Expositor

An agency that could draft appropriate school curricula M’CHIGEENG— A week ago, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission ( TRC ), which has been examining the legacy of the residential school program for First Nation children, made public its list of recommendations. These dealt with a wide variety of topics, but there is one that the […]

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Aboriginal celebration comes to Huntsville – Muskokaregion.com

June 10, 2015 HUNTSVILLE – The 2015 First Nations, Métis and Inuit Celebration happens at the Canada Summit Centre, 20 Park Dr., Huntsville, on Thursday, June 18, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend the free event and participate in cultural sharing and traditional teachings led by artists and culture representatives […]

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Oneida artist and Beal student accepted into elite program at Banff Centre – London Free Press

June 10, 2015 Montana Summers is going to soar in Alberta this summer. The 17-year-old Beal secondary school student is one of only a dozen aboriginal dancers accepted into a prestigious program in Banff this summer. “It’s going to be mindblowing,” said Summers, who lives on the Oneida Nation of the Thames reserve with his […]

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