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‘My heart tells me to get there:’ Mohawk woman looks to MMIWG inquiry closing ceremony for healing

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Indigenous Mohawk woman looks to MMIWG inquiry closing ceremony for healing Cheryl McDonald, a Mohawk woman living in Kanesatake, Que., testified before the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in 2018 about her sister's death. The inquiry's closing ceremony takes place on June 3, and McDonald …

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Inquiry’s final report will show fears were justified, cousin of 3 MMIWG predicts

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Manitoba Inquiry's final report will show fears were justified, cousin of 3 MMIWG predicts Ivana Yellowback still remembers the urgent message she received years ago from her mother, asking where she was and what she was doing. “So I called her. And she said, 'I had a dream you went …

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‘Bittersweet’ reaction to MMIWG inquiry deeming deaths and disappearances a genocide

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British Columbia 'Bittersweet' reaction to MMIWG inquiry deeming deaths and disappearances a genocide For many British Columbians, a new report deeming the deaths and disappearances of thousands of Indigenous women and girls a “Canadian genocide” could not come soon enough. Social Sharing National Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women …

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‘Proud to wear it’: PhD student earns Trudeau foundation grant to study Indigenous clothing

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The question of what to wear has earned Riley Kucheran, a member of Biigtigong Nishnaabeg, formally known as the Ojibways of the Pic River First Nation, Ont., a Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation scholarship. The PhD student at Ryerson University is studying the impact of colonization on Indigenous clothing.

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Indigenous players subjected to racist taunts, discriminatory calls, say parents

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In a four-part series, CBC News is looking at racism in hockey reported by Indigenous players. It comes a year after a First Nations team was subjected to racist slurs and taunts at a tournament in Quebec. The First Nation Elites ‘Fight Racism’ team at a Montreal-area tournament in May. …

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Inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women issues final report with sweeping calls for change

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After more than three years, dozens of community meetings and testimony from well over 2,000 Canadians, the missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls inquiry is delivering its final report to the federal government at a handoff ceremony in Gatineau, Que., today.  The inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women …

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MMIWG families gather in Ottawa on the eve of the national inquiry’s final ceremony

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Holding signs and framed photos of the people they have lost, family members of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls came together in Ottawa on Sunday to remember their loved ones — and talk about what comes next. Families have travelled to the capital region from across Canada to …

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Former Harper-era minister doubles down on calling MMIWG inquiry report ‘propagandist’

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A former federal Aboriginal affairs minister under the Stephen Harper government is doubling down on his social media claim that the finding of “genocide” by the National Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and girls was “propagandist.” Bernard Valcourt, who was Aboriginal affairs minister from 2013 until the defeat …

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