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Published On: December 13, 2019
Shelby Lisk discusses her participation in a Ottawa meeting of non-Indigenous people reading and talking about the MMIWG final report. The gatherings foster understanding of issues facing Indigenous people in Canada.
Published On: December 13, 2019
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Published On: December 11, 2019
A year after Brian Ludwigsen was hired as a community-liaison officer by an Ontario mining company, he was fired — and he believes it was because he smudged in the workplace.
Published On: November 26, 2019
Thunder Bay teenagers code new keyboards you can download at home — and teach other students in the process.
Published On: November 21, 2019
Tha changii shukw ktahwalohkeewihna wiichumeewihna huluniixsuw.
Published On: November 21, 2019
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Published On: November 04, 2019
OPINION: I’ve started to learn my own language — but my experience may not reflect what Canadians want from narratives of Indigenous resilience.
Published On: November 04, 2019
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Published On: October 18, 2019
The confederacy of six First Nations has worked for hundreds of years to create and sustain the common good — through a process in which “everyone has a voice.”
Published On: October 18, 2019
Thó:a 900 niiohserá:ke ó:nen ne ioti’tá:raien ka’nisténhsera shihonwatiia’tará:kwas ne Rotiianehr ohén:ton ia’tahá:ta’ne ne Iáia’k Nihononhontsá:ke Raotitióhkwa.
Published On: October 18, 2019
EDITOR’S NOTE: Canada tried for more than a century to erase Indigenous languages. In the spirit of reconciliation, we must all help to protect them.
Published On: October 17, 2019
Are remote northern Indigenous communities prepared for more — and worse — floods?  
Published On: October 01, 2019
Ian Campeau, Sarain Fox, Tanya Talaga, Jesse Wente and Riley Yesno look at the finding of genocide in the MMIWG inquiry's final report.
Published On: September 24, 2019
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Published On: August 27, 2019
Twenty-nine years after the Oka Crisis, Waubgeshig Rice says this documentary could help keep conversations about Mohawk resistance going.
Published On: August 19, 2019
The non-profit organization Indspire helps support Indigenous students. The Agenda in the Summer's Nam Kiwanuka talks to Indspire's CEO and an up-and-coming filmmaker about education and effecting change.  
Published On: August 15, 2019
The Canadian Wrestling Federation puts on a show when it visits Indigenous communities. But it also takes on pressing issues like substance abuse, bullying, and suicide.  
Published On: August 14, 2019
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