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Improving Health Outcomes in Indigenous Communities – Net Newsledger

April 23, 2019 THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – The field of immunology is an ever-evolving landscape. For example, several studies have found that the incidence rates of allergies in the Indigenous population of Canada report lower than the average of the non-Indigenous population; yet allergies and asthma are considered to be the second-highest health concern […]

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Brock welcomes its inaugural Vice-Provost, Indigenous Engagement – Brock News

Brock University is taking a major step in its institutional growth and development by announcing that Amos Key, Jr. will become the University’s first-ever Vice-Provost, Indigenous Engagement. The newly-created senior position will be dedicated to supporting Brock’s Indigenous education as well as its community engagement and partnership initiatives. Key, who is currently an assistant professor […]

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Six-time world champion to headline local sports summit – Tbnewswatch.com

Six-time world champion Jeff Adams will headline this year’s Thunder Bay Sports Summit on Saturday, May 4. THUNDER BAY – Community sport leaders including board members, coaches, staff and volunteers are invited to participate in a full day of workshops and discussions at the second Thunder Bay Sports Summit. This annual sport networking and professional […]

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Using maps as a weapon to resist extractive industries on Indigenous territories – The Conversation

For Indigenous peoples across the Americas, urgent threats imposed by the industrial extraction of natural resources has characterized the 21st century. The expansion of industry has threatened Indigenous territories, cultures and sovereignty. These industries include: timber and pulp extraction, mining, oil and gas and hydroelectric development. As well, the extraction of human beings from their […]

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Indigenomics in action – Corporate Knights Magazine

Indigenomics? It’s a new word that settles across the tongue conjuring up possibility of the unknown. Indigenomics is the collective economic response to the lasting legacy of the systematic exclusion of Indigenous peoples in Canada’s development. It is this economic displacement that has shaped the polarization of the Indigenous relationship across time. It’s time for […]

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Six Nations of the Grand River closer to taking control of its education system – CBC

Deloitte study prices out $2.2 billion needed over 10 years Apr 23, 2019 For years Six Nations of the Grand River has wanted complete control over its education system — and now they say they’re closer than ever to making it happen. At the beginning of the month the community was presented with two reports […]

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Kettle and Stony Point First Nation musical duo win big in Tennesee – Anishinabek News

CHIPPEWAS OF KETTLE AND STONY POINT FIRST NATION— After only a year as musicians, two brothers from Kettle and Stony Point First Nation find themselves riding a wave of success that’s carried them all the way to a big contest win in the heartland of country music. The Brothers Wilde, Nolan, 21, and Ethan, 16, […]

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Newly named Rising Stars authors share their World Book Day picks – OurWindsor.ca

If there’s any best way to celebrate World Book Day, announcing a program to highlight emerging authors would certainly count as one. Unveiled Tuesday by the Writers’ Trust of Canada was Rising Stars, the first in an annual program in which established authors select a writer in the early stages of their career. That writer […]

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Seven Generations Later: How one chef is hitting reset on the Indigenous palate – RestoBiz

April 22nd, 2019 Born in Northwest Territories and raised in Six Nations, Ontario, Chef Rich Francis has never left home without his Indigenous roots in mind and heart. From traditional foods in his school lunches to his first ever signature dish, a salmon cured with cedar, sweetgrass, sage and ceremonial tobacco, it was only a […]

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Funding cuts to Northern, Southern Ontario library systems hit rural and Indigenous communities – The Globe and Mail

Two organizations responsible for connecting libraries across Northern and Southern Ontario are grappling with how to adjust services in the face of significant funding reductions. The Southern Ontario Library Service (SOLS) said on its website last Tuesday that the operating budgets of SOLS and Ontario Library Service – North (OLS-North) have been slashed by about […]

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