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

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

Click here to view original web page at Former Harper-era minister doubles down on calling MMIWG inquiry report ‘propagandist’ Jorge Barrera · CBC News · Posted: Jun 02, 2019 5:28 PM ET | Last Updated: 9 minutes ago Former Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt blasts National Inquiry into Murdered and …

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‘You can’t put a time period on grief’: Families fear program closure after MMIWG inquiry

‘You can’t put a time period on grief’: Families fear program closure after MMIWG inquiry

Click here to view original web page at ‘You can’t put a time period on grief’: Families fear program closure after MMIWG inquiry Vanessa Brooks looks over her sister Tanya’s grave behind their house in Millbrook First Nation, N.S. on Mon. May 6, 2019. The 10-year anniversary of Tanya Brooks’ …

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Murder verdict has ripple effect among Indigenous community

Murder verdict has ripple effect among Indigenous community

Click here to view original web page at Murder verdict has ripple effect among Indigenous community Brett Ronald Overby’s murder conviction was still resonating the day after the verdict with relatives of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG) and their supporters, well beyond Christine Wood’s immediate family. For …

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Sask. Polytechnic marks MMIWG National Awareness Day

Sask. Polytechnic marks MMIWG National Awareness Day

Click here to view original web page at Sask. Polytechnic marks MMIWG National Awareness Day Saskatchewan Polytechnic is marking Sunday’s national awareness day for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) with red dress displays at each of its campuses. Deanna Speidel, Indigenous strategy co-ordinator with the college, said …

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National Awareness Day for MMIWG commemorated locally and nationally

National Awareness Day for MMIWG commemorated locally and nationally

Click here to view original web page at National Awareness Day for MMIWG commemorated locally and nationally High school students Patricia Christensen, Josh Crumley and Sarah Still Smoking walk as trio holding the MMIWG banner on the walk trail from Ronan to Pablo along Highway 93. Char-Koosta News PABLO — …

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‘Show up’: Tanya Brooks sparks call to action 10 years after her death

‘Show up’: Tanya Brooks sparks call to action 10 years after her death

Click here to view original web page at ‘Show up’: Tanya Brooks sparks call to action 10 years after her death The Brooks family house in Millbrook First Nation, N.S. has a porch overlooking the community’s cemetery. On a quiet day, Vanessa Brooks sits there and speaks to her sister …

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Inuit advocates join in Mother’s Day MMIWG walk for first time

Inuit advocates join in Mother's Day MMIWG walk for first time

Click here to view original web page at Inuit advocates join in Mother’s Day MMIWG walk for first time Marina von Stackelberg · CBC News · Posted: May 12, 2019 8:29 PM CT | Last Updated: May 12 Mother’s Day marks the 15th year for a memorial walk for Indigenous …

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Episode 15: MMIWG, Cole Smith at the UFC, Rugby champs, Leo award and the Constellation Festival

Episode 15: MMIWG, Cole Smith at the UFC, Rugby champs, Leo award and the Constellation Festival

Click here to view original web page at Episode 15: MMIWG, Cole Smith at the UFC, Rugby champs, Leo award and the Constellation Festival Photo: Clayton Matthews Squamish students raise their voices to share awareness about the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls. Cole Smith talks to us about …

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Wrapping our families in love: bringing healing home for Kwakwaka’wakw families of MMIWG

Wrapping our families in love: bringing healing home for Kwakwaka’wakw families of MMIWG

Click here to view original web page at Wrapping our families in love: bringing healing home for Kwakwaka’wakw families of MMIWG CARY-LEE CALDER PHOTO Angeline Pete (pictured above) has been missing since May 2011. Kwakwaka’wakw families whose loved ones have been murdered or missing will gather for two days of …

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‘We are starting something’

‘We are starting something’

Click here to view original web page at ‘We are starting something’ Advertisement Advertise With Us Graduating pair say there’s always time for change PHOTO BY LIGIA BRAIDOTTI Shay-Ann Scott-Jolicoeur and Lekighe Kissu, pictured above from left to right, organized an event to honour missing and murdered Indigenous women and …

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