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Queen’s to participate in new bursary for Black and Indigenous student-athletes – The Queen’s Journal

OUA pilot project will allow Queen’s to award up to $2,000 to eligible recipients Queen’s University announced it will participate in a new financial program supporting Black and Indigenous student-athletes. The program, the Black or Indigenous Heritage Student-Athlete (BIHS) Bursary(link is external), was recently announced by Ontario University Athletics (OUA) as a two-year pilot project […]

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Niagara Region employees offered more educational opportunities to learn about Indigenous history – iHeartRadio

The Niagara Region is taking steps to ensure all employees have a better understanding of Indigenous cultures and their needs. The Region is introducing new mandatory training for all staff members, covering the history of Indigenous People in the region through a three video series developed by the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre. It comes […]

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New Lakehead partnership will create internship opportunities for Indigenous students – Orillia News

Sep 24, 2021 Program ‘will create a next-generation internship program for Indigenous students that offers a compelling pathway to digital jobs,’ official says OpenText and Lakehead University announced a new program today that will create internship opportunities for Indigenous students enrolled at the University. As part of the new partnership between OpenText and Lakehead University, […]

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Indigenous Knowledge Keeper to share his journey – Daily News U Windsor

In support of Orange Shirt Day, the Department of Kinesiology is hosting a lecture entitled “Fire Keepers and the Fire Within” by Stanford Zhupkooum White on Wednesday, Sept. 29. White is of Anishinabe-Ojibwa-Pottawattomi descent and a member of the Bear Clan of Walpole Island. He grew up with a strong traditional upbringing and is active […]

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Members of Saugeen First Nation in Ontario were given expired COVID-19 vaccines for a month – CBC

Sep 24, 2021 Pfizer-BioNTech doses expired Aug. 9, were administered Aug. 13-Sept. 9, Indigenous Services Canada says Members of the Chippewas of Saugeen First Nation in Ontario were given expired COVID-19 doses for a month before they were told of the error earlier this week. The Pfizer-BioNTech doses expired on Aug. 9, but were administered to community members […]

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation: Virtual events at McMaster – Daily News McMaster

September 24, 2021 The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, September 30, is a time for Canadians to recognize and commemorate the ongoing and tragic legacy of residential schools. Please see below a guide to virtual campus events on and leading up to September 30, as well as guidance for instructors, students and employees who […]

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Ontario First Nations On-Reserve Housing and Related Infrastructure Needs – Technical Report

This report provides the results from the Ontario Region of the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) On-Reserve Housing and Related Infrastructure questionnaire that focused on the current housing and related infrastructure situation and future needs of First Nations on-reserve. Download the full PDF report here: COO-FNIGC – Housing Data Report FINAL  Read More: http://chiefs-of-ontario.org/ontario-first-nations-on-reserve-housing-and-related-infrastructure-needs-technical-report/

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The struggle to build Toronto’s first healing lodge highlights the need to include Indigenous perspectives in our urban planning – Toronto Star

Sept. 24, 2021 On Sept. 30, Canada will officially recognize the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Like many, I wonder how we can address the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) 94 calls to action. I’m an urban planner who understands how our cities — notably land-use and zoning regulations — are based upon […]

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MSIFN calling on Trudeau to take more action on Indigenous issues following election win – Durham Radio News

The Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation has released a statement following the federal election. They congratulated Justin Trudeau on winning the election, but said they’re cautious because of his previous performance. “We are looking forward to continuing our work with the Liberal government,” said Chief Kelly LaRocca. “Although not as central to his party’s […]

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Activists, MP say Trudeau failed to act on MMIWG. Will he act now? – National Observer

September 24th 2021 The Native Women’s Association of Canada is urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take Indigenous women’s issues seriously this time around. The election, which resulted in a minority for Trudeau, shows that Canadians, and Indigenous women in particular, are not confident enough to give the Liberals a majority government, said Lynne Groulx, […]

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