an adult and three children walk down a snowy path by a building from the article ‘So they can be at peace’: St. Anne’s residential school survivors still fight for justice
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Douglas Cardinal by water from the article 'From Earth to Sky' A TVO Original film by Ron Chapman
TVO Original From Earth To Sky offers a unique and inspiring story of a proud, accomplished collective of Indigenous architects, driving a movement as climate change threatens the planet.
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The Agenda welcomes Bob Joseph to discuss his book, "21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act: Helping Canadians Make Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples a Reality."
a woman with long hair and a blue skirt stands in front of rows of shoes from the article ‘Not forgotten children’: Honouring the victims and survivors of residential schools
In the wake of the discovery of 215 children’s remains in Kamloops, community members in Timmins and the James Bay area speak of trauma, healing, and the need for action.

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