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We don’t know what happened’: Family shattered after woman, 18, found dead in snow – CBC

Dozens mourn death of Autumn Prince at vigil outside home where body was found Feb 20, 2019 Family and friends of an 18-year-old woman, whose body was found curled alongside a house in central Winnipeg, are shattered and desperate for answers. Autumn Prince was last seen the evening of Sunday, Feb. 17, and reported missing to police the following […]

by ahnationtalk on February 21, 20194 Views

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Food sovereignty is not just about rights, but better physical health and emotional well-being – APTN News

February 20, 2019 With hunting and harvesting rights being attacked, and the cost of food going up, how are First Nation, Metis and Inuit people supposed to get back to traditional eating, or make healthy food choices on a tight budget? This week, InFocus with Host Melissa Ridgen, looked at the move towards country food […]

by ahnationtalk on February 21, 20194 Views

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Homeless help stop homelessness – CityNews Winnipeg

Feb 20, 2019 The 2018 Winnipeg Street Health Survey Report launched results today for self-reported health status, housing, and social service needs of individuals experiencing homelessness in the city. The results show not much has changed in the past decade. 70% of homeless are Indigenous. About half spent time in the care of CFS. Rachel […]

by ahnationtalk on February 21, 20198 Views

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Indigenous Youth Enjoy Day of Heritage – PortageOnline.com

February 21, 2019 Keeshkeemaquah was the site for yesterday’s Elders and Youth event with students from all schools in the area, including Long Plain First Nation. Indigenous Community Relations Coordinator for Portage la Prairie, and Portage Community Revitalization Corporation Cornell Pashe gives an outline. “We along with the School Division and Portage Community Revitalization Corporation, […]

by ahnationtalk on February 21, 20194 Views

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Cornwallis And Ryerson: Heros Or Villians? – FCPP

February 20, 2019 How much of a hero do you have to be to warrant a statue? How much of a villain do you have to be to have your name stripped from streets, bridges, or schools? The brouhaha surrounding the memory of Edward Cornwallis and Egerton Ryerson means that Canadians and their governmental representatives […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 20197 Views

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$1.9 million in nation-rebuilding funding going to Manitoba First Nations, Indigenous organizations – Thompson Citizen

February 20, 2019 Manitoba First Nations and Indigenous organizations are receiving $1.9 million collectively this fiscal year to support nation-rebuilding efforts, Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett announced in Winnipeg Feb. 13. The money from the department’s nation rebuilding program is going to Norway House Cree Nation, the Island Lake Tribal Council and Treaty No. 5 […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 20198 Views

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Garry McLean, lead plaintiff in Indian Day School class action lawsuit, dead at 67 – CBC

McLean was lead plaintiff in $15B lawsuit against federal government over Indian Day Schools Feb 19, 2019 An Indigenous leader and mentor at the centre of a multi-billion-dollar lawsuit against the federal government over Indian Day Schools has died. Garry McLean, 67, died of cancer Tuesday. “He was always a champion and an advocate of our people in various […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 20197 Views

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Indigenous Elder passes away at age 77 – Winnipeg Sun

Winnipeg’s First Nations and community leaders are mourning the passing this weekend of an Indigenous Elder who was instrumental in promoting the sacrifices and contributions of Aboriginal veterans. Joseph Meconse, a Sayisi Dene Elder died Sunday. He was 77. “Joseph was a great man and a wonderful leader and an educator,” said Bear Clan patrol […]

by ahnationtalk on February 19, 20199 Views

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Sayisi Dene Elder Joseph Meconse dead at 77 – Globalnews.ca

An Indigenous Elder who was instrumental in promoting the sacrifices and contributions of Aboriginal veterans has died. Joseph Meconse, a Sayisi Dene Elder died Sunday. He was 77. “If there’s a way that he could be remembered it’s through his kindness and his love. I also want to say thank you to those showed him […]

by ahnationtalk on February 18, 201915 Views

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Jets, Moose celebrate Indigenous culture with special logos – CBC

Logos incorporate the artwork and symbolism of several Indigenous cultures Feb 14, 2019 The logos of Winnipeg’s professional hockey teams have been given a redesign in honour of Manitoba’s Indigenous communities and cultures. On Saturday, the NHL’s Jets will honour the Winnipeg Aboriginal Sport Achievement Centre with WASAC night, while on Sunday the Moose host Follow Your Dreams Day. Both initiatives […]

by ahnationtalk on February 15, 201917 Views

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