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CMHR welcomes visitors from 85 countries, every province and state

January 22, 2020The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) welcomed visitors from at least 85 countries last year, including people from every province and territory in Canada and every state in the USA. Participants at the Museum’s Annual Public Meeting today heard that 66 per cent of its visitors travelled to Winnipeg from other locations. […]

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Federal donation set to help Manitoba celebrate 150 years – APTN News

January 21, 2020 While in Winnipeg for the federal cabinet retreat, Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault and Minister of Northern Affairs Dan Vandal were also spreading some cash around. The two rookie ministers announced money for Manitoba’s 150th birthday. The ministers, along with Manitoba 150 Host Committee Co-Chair Stuart Murray, announced the federal government would be […]

by ahnationtalk on January 22, 20208 Views

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The Government of Canada Supports Manitoba 150 Celebrations

From: Canadian Heritage WINNIPEG, January 21, 2020 One hundred and fifty years ago, under the leadership of the Métis people, Manitoba joined Confederation. This is an anniversary that Canadians want to celebrate in style. That is why the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage, today announced $700,000 in funding for the Manitoba 150 Host […]

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It keeps our language alive’: Winnipeg youth choir will sing national anthem in Ojibwe at Jets game – CBC

Jan 17, 2020 On Friday night, Winnipeg Jets fans will witness a first for the team, as students from Riverbend Community School perform Canada’s national anthem in Ojibway. According to the team’s website, this will be the first time O Canada has been sung in the Indigenous language at a Jets game. The Riverbend School’s […]

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Children at Lake Manitoba Indian day school were strapped for speaking their language, say former students – CBC

‘All we did was pray,’ says former student who attended at same time as late lead plaintiff Garry McLean Jan 15, 2020 Former students of the Lake Manitoba Indian day school, attended by the lead plaintiff of the class action lawsuit, describe it as a place where children spent a good deal of time praying […]

by ahnationtalk on January 15, 202046 Views

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Indigenous students to perform national anthem in Ojibwe at Jets game – CTV News

January 14, 2020 WINNIPEG — Singing the national anthem before a hockey game is a longstanding tradition, but at this Friday’s Winnipeg Jets game, it will be sung in a non-traditional way. A group of Winnipeg students at Riverbend Community School will belt out the anthem in Ojibwe. The Strong Warrior Girls Anishinaabe Singers are […]

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Lake St. Martin taking Ottawa to court do demand flood evacuee benefits – APTN News

January 13, 2020 Lake St. Martin First Nation is planning to argue in court that the federal government is cutting off evacuee benefits without providing secure housing more than eight years after flooding forced people to leave their homes. Lawyers for the community located 270 km northwest of Winnipeg are asking the Federal Court for […]

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Indigenous and francophone histories intersect during Festival du Voyageur – APTN News

January 10, 2020 Indigenous music, art and stories will be front and centre during the 51st annual Festival du Voyageur in Winnipeg next month. This year the organization behind the event aimed to increase it’s Indigenous programming for the largest winter festival in western Canada. A live art installation from Jaime Black, a Métis artist […]

by ahnationtalk on January 10, 202028 Views

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2020 Festival du Voyageur in Winnipeg to celebrate Indigenous, francophone culture – Globalnews.ca

January 9, 2020 The 51st Festival du Voyageur is set to launch its 2020 programming. The main focus of the festival this year is celebrating Indigenous and francophone cultures through art, music and storytelling. “The fur trade era included kinship and incredible exchanges between the francophone peoples, Indigenous Peoples and voyageurs, and that’s really what […]

by ahnationtalk on January 9, 202028 Views

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Woman starts gift drive for First Nations elders in honour of her late father – CBC

Renata Meconse is hoping to deliver 80 small gifts to seniors in care home on Christmas Dec 19, 2019 After losing her father earlier this year, Renata Meconse is hoping to honour him by organizing a gift drive for First Nations elders in a Winnipeg care home. “I wanted to do things differently for Christmas […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201958 Views

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