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Métis kayaker and Cree doctor among this year's Indspire Award winners
Twelve Indigenous people from across Canada will receive Indspire Awards this year, which honour the education and achievement of First Nations, Métis and Inuit.
Waskaganish powwow goes ahead as planned, despite controversial referendum
A traditional powwow in the Cree community of Waskaganish went ahead as planned over the weekend despite controversy and opposition from some community members.
Ojibway elder erects monument for Indigenous women on P.E.I.
An Ojibway man on a personal mission to commemorate missing and murdered Indigenous women has established one of his monuments on P.E.I.
Membertou day school survivors to get update on class action
Lawyers will be on hand in Membertou, N.S., next month to provide information for anyone wanting to join a new class action lawsuit for survivors of Indian day schools.
'Nervous and excited': Regina's Marty Klyne named to Canadian senate
'I can't escape': Life as a non-Indigenous student at the notorious St. Anne's residential school
Kids TV show passes on Inuit songs, legends, and language to a new generation
How a silly old man's squash can reawaken taste for traditional Indigenous foods
U of M prof calls for leadership overhaul to address racism — starting with school's president
Feeling left out by Canada's census, local Indigenous groups did their own
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