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REDress: Representing missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls – The Gazette

Over 40 red dresses hang from trees across Western’s campus: a powerful reminder of the thousands of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls that scatter our nation’s soil. The REDress project was created by Métis artist Jaime Black in 2011 as a response to the critical national issue of gendered violence toward Indigenous women. […]

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‘Healthy Active Natives’ Group Inspires Thousands Of Indigenous People To Get Healthy – HuffPost Canada

An Indigenous personal trainer wanted to see a healthy Indigenous community online. So he created one. When Waylon Pahona began his online search for an Indigenous wellness community, he didn’t get any results. He Googled, scoured Facebook and YouTube, but found nothing. “I used to work as a personal trainer in a physical therapy setting […]

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Land for ceremony, education prominent suggestions in Hamilton Urban Indigenous Strategy survey – TheSpec.com

Majority of Indigenous respondents say they experienced discrimination accessing city services and in the broader community. Land for ceremony is one of many suggestions to come out of a survey asking how Hamilton can strengthen its relationship with Indigenous residents. Indigenous urbanites are surrounded by concrete but the connection to natural spaces is central to […]

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RCMP seek help locating missing girl – Elizabeth (Lizzy) Phillips – Coast Reporter

December 4, 2018 Sunshine Coast RCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing Indigenous 16-year-old girl. Elizabeth (Lizzy) Phillips is described as 5-foot-2 with a slim build and long black hair. She regularly wears cat-style eyeliner and was last seen wearing a black tank top, camouflage bomber-style jacket and acid-wash jeans, although […]

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Philpott says Indigenous child services legislation can be a ‘clarion call’ – Times Colonist

December 5, 2018 OTTAWA — Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott says the federal government’s proposed legislation on Indigenous child services can be a clarion call across Canada to stop scooping children from families needlessly. Speaking at a gathering of Assembly of First Nations chiefs at an Ottawa hotel Wednesday, Philpott said families should not be […]

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Ontario looking at law after Indigenous councillor refuses to pledge oath to the Queen – National Post

The issue arose in Hearst, Ont., where Gaetan Baillargeon said he was forced to vacate the seat he recently won in a general election because he wouldn’t take the oath April 18, 2018 TORONTO — The Ontario government said on Wednesday it was looking into rules requiring all municipal councillors to pledge allegiance to the […]

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Alberta’s oil cuts could hit light oil producers, rail shipments – BOE Report

December 5, 2018 Alberta’s decision to mandate output cuts to reduce a supply glut will have negative effects on North American producers of lighter oil used for blending and U.S. refiners importing crude via rail, even as several major Canadian energy companies cheered the move. Canada’s oil production is at a record 4.6 million barrels […]

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ADSB Welcomes Four New Trustees – SaultOnline.com

December 5, 2018 At the December 4th Inaugural Meeting, Algoma District School Board (ADSB) introduced and welcomed four new Trustees for the December 1, 2018 to November 30, 2022 term. Greg Bowman is the new ADSB Trustee representing Ward 3. Greg is a Senior Electrical Planner working at Central Trades at Algoma Steel. For over […]

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Social worker suits pile up – Castanet.net

Dec 5, 2018 Yet another Indigenous youth has come forward with allegations against a former social worker in Kelowna. On Monday, another lawsuit was filed against Robert Riley Saunders, alleging he stole money from a young Indigenous boy in his care beginning in early 2008. The suit comes after several similar lawsuits were filed in […]

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Editorial: MPs must follow through on rural crime study – Westman Journal

Town halls held across the country last month gave rural residents a chance to submit their concerns and suggestions for improving law enforcement in their communities. The question is, will Ottawa do something with this information? December 4, 2018 It took the tragic, 2016 shooting of 22-year-old Colten Boushie on a Biggar, Sask.-area farm to […]

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National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women ceremony at Courthouse Park – Goderich Signal Star

Join the Huron Domestic Assault Review Team at a ceremony at Goderich Courthouse Square on Dec. 6, at 10am December 5, 2018 The Huron Domestic Assault Review Team (DART) invites members of the community to gather on the National Day of Remembrance. Hosted at Courthouse Square on Dec. 6, the ceremony will include the laying […]

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Taking a STAND for prison justice – McGill Tribune

December 5, 2018 Individuals passionate about criminal justice and prison reform now have a platform to effect change. Founded in 2017, Students Taking a New Direction (S.T.A.N.D.) for Prison Justice is a newly-developed McGill organization, founded and run entirely by members of the student body. The first McGill group to focus specifically on criminal justice, […]

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Governor General’s Literary Awards 2018 – The Discover Blog

Each autumn at Library and Archives Canada, we celebrate the best in Canadian literature by supporting the Governor General’s Literary Awards. Begun in 1936 and administered by the Canada Council for the Arts since 1959, these awards showcase the best in the year’s literary publishing. (Conveniently just in time for holiday shopping, in case you […]

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First Nation says Yukon Energy isn’t honouring agreement to collaborate on dam licence – CBC

Champagne and Aishihik First Nations agreed with Yukon Energy in 2016 to work on renewal of water licence Dec 05, 2018 Champagne and Aishihik First Nations (CAFN) are accusing Yukon Energy of failing to honour a 2016 agreement to work together on the relicensing of the Aishihik hydroelectric dam. The water licence for the 37 […]

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BC chief says one major oil spill could ruin her nation’s economy forever – CTV News

December 4, 2018 OTTAWA – Leaders from several north-coast B.C. First Nations say if the Senate doesn’t approve a bill barring super-sized oil tankers from the region their fragile but thriving marine-based economies will die. The legislation would put into law an existing moratorium on tankers carrying more than 12,500 tonnes of crude oil in […]

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Great Lakes mayors and Anishinabek Nation push for stronger water legislation – Manitoulin Expositor

December 5, 2018 COLLINGWOOD—At a press conference last week, mayoral representatives from the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative, Anishinabek Nation Grand Chief Glen Hare and Wiikwemkoong Ogimaa Duke Peltier denounced the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Water Resources Council (Compact Council) and Regional Body’s proposed procedures for reviewing water diversion requests. “The mayors […]

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NESD program looks to improve First Nations engagement – Nipawin Journal

December 4, 2018 The North East School Division (NESD) has launched a new program to better support First Nations Metis students in the division. LP Miller and Wagner Elementary School, which have the largest populations are seeing the launch of the Following Their Voices program. “It’s a three year program to support teachers and better […]

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Matawa Chief Council – “Condemn Actions of First Responders” – Net Newsledger

4 December 2018 THUNDER BAY – Matawa First Nations has now responded to an incident caught on video that occurred on Saturday, December 1st that appeared to show a female Uniform Patrol Officer of the Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS) striking a student of the Matawa Education and Care Centre while restrained in a Superior […]

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Retired biologist says southern Manitoba moose in decline, wants hunting ban – CTV News

December 4, 2018 A retired Manitoba wildlife biologist is calling for a ban on moose hunting in the southern half of the province. Vince Crichton says the species has declined over the past four decades to the point where an average of 130 moose remain in each of the nine areas where game hunting is […]

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Attending Cambrian and got the blues? These programs can help – Peace River Record Gazette

December 5, 2018 Cambrian students who are a bit down in the dumps now have places to turn. On Tuesday, the Canadian Mental Health Association – Sudbury/Manitoulin and the North East Local Health Integration Network introduced two new, free psychotherapy services students can use for help dealing with low mood, stress and worry. Both skill-building […]

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Here’s What the Ontario Government is Doing About Climate Change – insauga.com

In the midst of cancelling the province’s cap and trade program and fighting the federal government on carbon tax, Doug Ford had not articulated a coherent alternative, leaving concerns that his government is in denial about climate change. Until now. Environment Minister Rod Phillips announced last week the Ontario government’s alternate climate change plan. And […]

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Wildfire report calls out government practices – MY PG NOW

Dec. 4th, 2018 It’s not the first time government bodies have been under fire for how operations were handled over the last wildfire season. A recent report from the Nadleh Whut’en First Nations, located near Fraser Lake, cites lack of funding, lack of communication and jurisdictional confusion from the BC Wildfire Service (BCWS) and both […]

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N.W.T. gov’t denies men were sexually abused at Inuvik Child Welfare Centre – CBC

Warning: This story contains details that may be disturbing Dec 05, 2018 The Government of the Northwest Territories is denying that two men were sexually abused at a government-run child welfare centre in the 1990s. The two N.W.T. men, known as John Doe 15 and John Doe 16, are suing the commissioner of the Northwest […]

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Ottawa announces $50M to support survivors of gender-based violence – Sudbury.com

Sixty projects across the country will receive up to $1 million each over five years to address gaps in support for underserved groups HALIFAX — Forty days ago, a woman returned to her home on Nova Scotia’s We’koqma’q First Nation to find her 22-year-old daughter, Cassidy Bernard — a new mother of infant twins — […]

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BC First Nations chiefs call for Senate to support supertanker moratorium – iPolitics.ca

Dec 5, 2018 A delegation of First Nations chiefs from British Columbia descended on Parliament Hill Tuesday with a message for the Senate: If senators allow supertankers through their territory, reconciliation efforts will be sunk. They’re urging Ottawa to pass Bill C-48, The Oil Tanker Moratorium Act. The government bill received support in the House […]

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Timmins’ new mayor talks priorities in first speech (5 photos) – TimminsToday

From a warming shelter to reconciliation and aging infrastructure, George Pirie outlined plans to deal with difficult issues at hand From homelessness to reconciliation, Timmins Mayor George Pirie’s inaugural speech touched on the difficult issues facing the new council in the next four years. Pirie and councillors took the oath of office and were sworn […]

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Indigenous tourism champion in Cape Breton – Cape Breton Post

Mary Louise Bernard recognized for work as interpreter WAGMATCOOK, N.S. — A former First Nation chief has taken home an award for championing Indigenous tourism. Mary Louise Bernard who led the Wagmatcook First Nation for eight years beginning in 1994, was honoured during the Nov. 23-24, Nova Scotia Indigenous Tourism conference in Halifax. Bernard took […]

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Montreal tour guide highlights indigenous history – McGill Tribune

December 5, 2018 Donovan King (BEd ‘10) is attempting to inject diversity into the tourism business. The Montreal-based guide feels that Eurocentric historical narratives monopolize the tour industry. In response, he decided to dedicate his career to counteracting those patterns of unequal representation by publicizing indigenous narratives on his tours. As a history and English […]

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AFN Special Chiefs Assembly LIVE – CBC

Dec 05, 2018 Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/afn-special-chiefs-assembly-live-1.4931114

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Last WWII Mohawk code talker honoured by Assembly of First Nations, House of Commons – CBC

96-year-old Louis Levi Oakes used Mohawk language to encode messages for Allied forces Dec 04, 2018 Louis Levi Oakes is the last of his kind. The 96-year-old veteran from Akwesasne is the last surviving Mohawk code talker, according to the U.S. Congress. During the Second World War, Kanien’kéha (Mohawk language) was one of 33 Indigenous […]

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Trudeau apologizes for First Nation consultation failures on Trans Mountain pipeline – CBC

Prime Minister tells chiefs he will continue working to mend relations with Indigenous peoples Dec 04, 2018 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he didn’t expect “unanimity” from First Nations on the Trans Mountain pipeline project but apologized for his government’s failure on consultation after a speech to the Assembly of First Nations on Tuesday. Trudeau […]

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Financial empowerment is the road to success for Indigenous youth – National Post

This article was originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Disclosure information is available on the original site. Author: Bettina Schneider, Associate Professor and Associate Vice-President Academic, First Nations University of Canada Youth now represent nearly half the Indigenous population in Canada. These young […]

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How Indigenous Youth Are Healing Together – VICE

Dec 4 2018 Indigenous filmmakers from the Nu Media Program partnered with VICE Canada to document the importance of how an Indigenous sharing circle helps address the epidemic of racism, violence, and intolerance. VICE Canada and Anishinaabe filmmaker Jordan Molaro of Nu Media Films began working together on this project back in 2017. Molaro is […]

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Parents and Inuit group worried about changes to Nunavut’s Education Act – CBC

Proposed amendments could change language timelines, DEA structure and authorities Dec 05, 2018 As three months of public consultations on the government of Nunavut’s proposed updates to the Education Act wrap up, some groups remain concerned about what the draft bill will look like. The updates are needed because the current Act, from 2008, mandates […]

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First Nation Leaders speak out about viral video and Thunder Bay Police Service – SaultOnline.com

December 4, 2018 First Nation leaders continue to speak out about an incident that was captured on cellphone video over the weekend in Thunder Bay, Ontario, and posted to social media platforms, including Facebook. The video (posted below)appears to show a Thunder Bay Police officer smack the face/ head area of a young woman lying […]

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รับโบนัสฟรีTax Benefits For Indigenous Peoples – NOW Magazine

A representative from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will talk about tax benefits and credits for Indigenous peoples, and where to get help filing taxes. 6-7 pm. Free. RSVP on eventbrite.ca/e/53079576442 Presented as part of Toronto Public Library’s Personal Finance programs. For more information, please contact the branch at 416-393-7720. Read More: https://nowtoronto.com/events/tax-benefits-for-indigenous-peoples-c499a499/

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Meet the 2018-19 Ch’nook Scholars: Connecting Indigenous business students – UCalgary News

Program links Haskayne students Richard Sparvier, Ben Cooper-Janvier and Mackenzie Beerbaum to community, business leaders and their culture “These are the future Indigenous business leaders in Canada,” says Haskayne faculty member and Ch’nook Fellow Dr. David Lertzman, PhD, as he talks about the students involved in the Ch’nook Scholars program at the Haskayne School of […]

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Ottawa, Edmonton rallies focus on treaties, Indigenous rights framework on 1st Yellow Shirt Day – CBC

Youth Treaty Movement launches #treatystrong social media campaign, Yellow Shirt Day to focus on treaties Dec 04, 2018 What does “treaty” mean to you? And how much do you know about treaties? Those are the questions an Alberta group called the Youth Treaty Movement is putting forward to the people of Canada through its new […]

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Service providers combine forces to help mid-island Indigenous residents – Nanaimo News NOW

December 4, 2018 NANAIMO — A new agreement between Indigenous service providers in the Nanaimo area is breaking down artificial divides and making sure no families are left behind. Tillicum Lelum, who run 75 programs for Indigenous families and youth, and Kw’umut Lelum, who work with housing providers and social services for families from nine […]

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Trudeau wants new relationship with Indigenous people to be his legacy as PM – Globalnews.ca

December 5, 2018 OTTAWA – Rebuilding Canada’s relationship with Indigenous people is part of the legacy Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants to leave, he told chiefs gathered at a major Assembly of First Nations meeting in Ottawa Tuesday afternoon. “We have to help demonstrate with you that everything we do starts from recognizing the rights […]

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Cree youth workers to get Concordia University certification – CBC

‘The workers are more at ease knowing they are equipped with tools,’ says director of youth healing services Dec 05, 2018 Front-line childcare educators working in the James Bay region of Quebec now have access to university certification to help them do a difficult job with more confidence. The program is called Mamouwechitutaau, or ‘let’s […]

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Indigenous lawyer ‘not optimistic’ about NEB hearings as Trans Mountain consultations wrap up – CBC

First Nations leaders from B.C. and Alberta in meetings with National Energy Board since late November Dec 04, 2018 Here’s a $7.4 billion question: Is the National Energy Board holding meaningful consultation with Indigenous people over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion? That was the requirement laid down by the Federal Court of Appeal in August […]

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Canada must get out of ‘colonialist boat’ to improve relations with Indigenous people: Bennett – The Globe and Mail

Canada has been trying to navigate the waters of relations with Indigenous people in “a big, leaky old colonial boat,” says Carolyn Bennett. “For years we’ve tried to patch this old wreck and we’ve been bailing it with a thimble. We all know that this isn’t going to work,” the minister for Crown-Indigenous relations told […]

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HIV testing event in Winnipeg aims to reduce stigma in Indigenous communities – CBC

89 new cases of HIV reported in Manitoba in 2017 Dec 04, 2018 It’s been almost 40 years since Peetanacoot Nenakawekapo first learned one of her friends had been being diagnosed with AIDS. On Monday, the two-spirit elder who now works at the Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre was on site at an HIV testing […]

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Standing Bear Stories – ASWCO

Standing Bear Stories is a weekly dose of inspiration and hope, from the Standing Bear, Youth Leadership Program. The stories are a quick 1 minute read and come to you from Indigenous communities across Ontario. We hope you enjoy this week’s story! Indigenous Sport & Wellness Ontario’s canoe and kayak instructor, Keir Johnston, takes a […]

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Video of First Nations teen being struck by Thunder Bay police officer ‘distressing,’ says federal minister – CBC

Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett joins call for independent investigation Dec 03, 2018 Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett says a video that seems to depict a Thunder Bay police officer striking a First Nations youth on a stretcher undermines ongoing work to mend the frayed relationship between Indigenous Peoples and police. Thunder Bay police have […]

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B.C. First Nation to present oral evidence about Trans Mountain expansion impact – CTV News

December 3, 2018 NANAIMO, B.C. — The Tsleil-Waututh Nation will be presenting Indigenous oral traditional evidence to the National Energy Board at a hearing in Nanaimo, B.C. A news release says the board is hearing new evidence about the environmental effects of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion including adverse effects of shipping to species at risk […]

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Fed’s child-welfare plan for First Nations provides ‘hope’ – Grand Chief – Timmins Press

Mushkegowuk Grand Chief Jonathan Solomon expressed hope based on the federal government’s announcement on Friday that it would soon introduce new federal child welfare legislation applicable to First Nations, which would be co-developed with First Nations. “My heart has been torn apart for all these years, seeing our Mushkegowuk kids taken away from our parents […]

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Manitoba Indigenous Leader Not Eating, Drinking for 27 Hours – ChrisD.ca

December 3, 2018 WINNIPEG — A Manitoba Indigenous leader is going 27 hours without food or drink while sitting behind bars in a makeshift cell inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Derek Nepinak began his ceremonial fast on Monday at 10 a.m. as a personal journey to reflect on the parallels between the apartheid […]

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Mayor responds to video of police altercation – Tbnewswatch.com

Mayor Bill Mauro says Thunder Bay “can’t ever be backed into a corner so that people believe Thunder Bay is the only city that has these challenges.” THUNDER BAY – The new mayor is adamant Thunder Bay’s national reputation as one of the country’s most racist cities isn’t justified, despite a video depicting a city […]

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