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November, 2019

  • 10 November

    Aboriginal Issues In Canadian Public Education †English Essay

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    Aboriginal Issues In Canadian Public Education – English Essay Free Online Research Papers Aboriginal Issues In Canadian Public Education English Essay In Canada, most of us are hardly surprised when we hear how disadvantaged our First Nations peoples are in terms of educational attainment, employment circumstances, health care and other …

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  • 10 November

    …Freedom, Prosperity, and #LandBack for Indigenous…

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    A VIU media release has relayed that Max FineDay, Executive Director of the Canadian Roots Exchange, will be offering his unique perspective on reconciliation as a guest speaker at VIU’s fifth annual Indigenous Speakers Series. The event is to be held on Monday, November 25, from 7 pm – 9 …

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  • 9 November

    ‘By the people, for the people’: Mi’kmaw brand fuses tradition with fashion

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    Jennifer Denny and Cheyenne Isaac-Gloade of Nova Scotia’s Millbrook First Nation started L’nu’k Clothing Co. to share their traditions with the masses in an effort to have people of all backgrounds embrace and connect with Mi’kmaw culture. L’nu’k Clothing Co.’s ready-to-wear line will be available for purchase on Sunday through …

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  • 8 November

    Remembering a Mi’kmaw soldier who spent years as a prisoner of war

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    Patrick Metallic was captured while fighting in Hong Kong during the Second World War and spent nearly four years as a prisoner of war. Patrick Metallic was a part of the 1st Bn of the Royal Rifles of Canada during the Second World War. (Submitted by Jane Gray) Life was …

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  • 8 November

    Manitoba musicians rally for concert supporting storm evacuees

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    More than 15 artists performed pro bono, including top Manitoba talent like Desiree Dorion and JC Campbell. Singer and hand drummer Darryl Buck performs to help raise funds for evacuees displaced by October’s destructive storm. (CBC News) Award-winning singer Rhonda Head was busy travelling all over Canada the past few weeks, but …

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  • 8 November

    Vancouver mayor calls massive First Nation development a ‘gift to the city’

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    Mayor Kennedy Stewart says he supports the Squamish Nation’s plan to build 11 housing towers on reserve land at the the south end of the Burrard Street Bridge, despite concerns about the pressures it will have on city services and infrastructure. The 11 towers planned for the Senakw development project …

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  • 8 November

    …reconciliation with Indigenous…

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    …interviewees. Indigenous people are composed of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples. Proper … issue of systemic violence faced by Indigenous peoples in Canada.These recommendations include…

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  • 8 November

    Q&A Transcript Nov 3, 2009

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    FRAN KELLY Hello and welcome to Q&A. I’m Fran Kelly, and tonight, we’re in Melbourne collaborating with the Wheeler Centre’s Broadside festival. On our panel, anti-ageism author Ashton Applewhite, Egyptian-American feminist Mona Eltahawy, businesswoman and social change agent Hana Assafiri, Indigenous screenwriter and activist Nayuka Gorrie, and Jess Hill, whose …

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  • 8 November

    The Drilldown: Lack of investment forces Canadian producers to pack up…

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    The Lead Alberta’s oil and gas sector has grown substantially in the past year, with the value of assets purchasable increasing to $3.7 billion from $1.8 million, according to a report published by Sayer Energy Advisors on Oct. 30. But the report says that due to burdensome debt, companies have …

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  • 8 November

    Rally held outside Alberta courthouse after threats made against school, First Nations

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    People from surrounding First Nations stood outside the St. Paul, Alta., courthouse on Thursday to rally against what they’re calling a hate crime after threats were made to ‘shoot up’ a school.

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