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As 2019 approaches, Kahnawake ready for year-long celebration of its Mohawk language speakers
The Kahnawake Language and Culture Network is planning events and activities for the International Year of Indigenous Languages to spark involvement in the revitalization of Kanien’kéha.
2 Sixties Scoop survivors relieved, excited as Sask. apology approaches
Two Sixties Scoop survivors say they are relieved a concrete date has been set for the Saskatchewan government to apologize for the province's role in the separation of Indigenous children from their families.
Metis Federation launches website for Sixties Scoop survivors as part of effort to reach settlement
The Manitoba Metis Federation has launched a website aimed at collecting stories from survivors of the Sixties Scoop to strengthen efforts to reach a settlement with the federal government.
Cree Nation calls for Paix des Braves-like body to oversee implementation of inquiry recommendations
The Cree Nation says recommendations from the Viens Commission will gather 'dust on a shelf' if the province of Quebec doesn't mandate a committee with teeth to oversee it.
60s Scoop survivor seeking answers from information session in Thunder Bay, Ont.
Tragedies in Arctic hamlet sparking talk of a Franklin 'curse'
Indigenous women 'easy prey' for human traffickers
1,000 jobs will be created by $1.2B green energy partnerships between companies, First Nations
Algonquin artist uses beadwork and found objects to explore stories of resilience
Controversy over Indigenous representation pursues Robert Lepage play as it opens in Paris
Saskatchewan's apology for Sixties Scoop is just 'the tip of the iceberg,' says one survivor
Formally acknowledging racism a 'starting point' on the 'right path,' says Thunder Bay police board chair
'The next chapter of our story': Ottawa pens agreement with Alberta Métis
Community feast provides some festive cheer for homeless people
Probe of soldier's suicide reveals hazing, harassment, fight club at Winnipeg armoury
'I don't know why someone would want to hurt my baby sister': Aspiring doctor found dead in Winnipeg apartment
Corrections staffer says manager 'butchered' report about Indigenous inmate
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'Always smiling': Tiffany Peters remembered
As Quebec's inquiry into Indigenous relations enters final phase, many question SQ's desire for reconciliation
Elsipogtog woman blames Moncton sex traffickers for sister's death
#KokumScarfCampaign comes to Winnipeg
After 14 years, Middle River celebrates official end to boil water advisory
Ontario government cuts $25M in funding for specialized school programs
How can we tackle racism in Canadian policing?
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