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Meetings this week to address First Nations’ Hog Island claims

Meetings this week to address First Nations' Hog Island claims

Click here to view original web page at Meetings this week to address First Nations’ Hog Island claims The status and significance of Hog Island to First Nations people on P.E.I. will be the subject of a series of public meetings this week. – Contributed The status and significance of …

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Listuguj salmon raids inspire Mi’kmaw writer’s story in graphic novel anthology

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Mi’kmaw comic writer Brandon Mitchell chose the Listuguj salmon raids of 1981 for the story he contributed to the graphic novel anthology This Place: 150 Years Retold, a collection of stories by Indigenous writers. This Place: 150 Years Retold is helping people becoming aware of Indigenous history and Indigenous authors, …

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Dance program unites First Nations teens from fly-in communities on Toronto stage

Dance program unites First Nations teens from fly-in communities on Toronto stage

Click here to view original web page at Dance program unites First Nations teens from fly-in communities on Toronto stage Teen dancers from fly-in First Nations communities with Outside Looking In (OLI), a non-profit dance program for Indigenous youth across Canada, got flown into Toronto to perform on-stage at the …

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Barbara Cranmer: Documentary filmmaker who highlighted the plight of indigenous people in Canada

Click here to view original web page at Barbara Cranmer: Documentary filmmaker who highlighted the plight of indigenous people in Canada Barbara Cranmer was an award-winning writer, director and documentary film producer who used film to tell the stories of the indigenous people of Alert Bay, a village on Cormorant …

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