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Coming of age: N.W.T. elders host gender-inclusive rite of passage camp

North Coming of age: N.W.T. elders host gender-inclusive rite of passage camp A special rite of passage camp was held for LGBTQ, two-spirited and gender-fluid youth last weekend near Fort Providence. The coming-of-age ceremony broke the norm and sparked conversations what it means to transition into adulthood without enforcing traditional …

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‘Not in My Backyard’: How NIMBYism impacts access to vital support services

‘Not in My Backyard’: How NIMBYism impacts access to vital support services

Click here to view original web page at ‘Not in My Backyard’: How NIMBYism impacts access to vital support services The Thunder Women Healing Lodge Society won approval last month to build a healing lodge in Scarborough for Indigenous women on parole or probation. Two staff with expertise in addictions …

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The B.C. killings got instant attention, yet crimes against Indigenous women get less. Why?

Click here to view original web page at The B.C. killings got instant attention, yet crimes against Indigenous women get less. Why? Before it became a manhunt , the story was about a young couple in love, murdered during a road trip to visit Canadian national parks. The bodies of …

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'Life flows forever': Sagkeeng First Nation unveils MMIWG monument

‘Life flows forever’: Sagkeeng First Nation unveils MMIWG monument

Click here to view original web page at ‘Life flows forever’: Sagkeeng First Nation unveils MMIWG monument Two women console grandmother Janet Bruyere during her speech at the inaugural ceremony of a bronze monument representing missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Sagkeeng First Nation on Thursday. (Gary Solilak/CBC) …

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Canadian Association of Journalists condemns actions against female reporters

Click here to view original web page at Canadian Association of Journalists condemns actions against female reporters TORONTO, Aug. 1, 2019 /CNW/ – The CAJ strongly condemns the actions of the officials who became physically aggressive with APTN reporters in recent weeks. In one case, occurring on July 11, the …

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