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Indigenous Scholar decolonizes sport by returning to a land-based way of learning – UM Today

July 2, 2020 —  Researching land-based education models has faced new challenges since the pandemic for various reasons, including Indigenous communities utilizing their own security models to protect their vulnerable populations by minimizing who comes and goes onto reserve land. This hasn’t stopped Dr. Dan Henhawk from analyzing the different structures in society and how they […]

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MJHL to Return to Sanctioned Summer Activities – PortageOnline.com

02 July 2020 We are getting closer to seeing the Portage Terriers return to the ice for the upcoming season. It was announced earlier this week that the Manitoba Junior Hockey League’s “Return to Play – Phase I Guidelines” have been approved by Provincial Health Authorities – Return to Sport Review Committee and Sport Manitoba. […]

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Winnipeg Bear Clan board member should step down following social media posts: co-founder – CBC

James Favel says Rejeanne Caron doesn’t represent the views of organization Jun 30, 2020 The head of Winnipeg’s Bear Clan says he wants a board member gone after a series of Twitter posts, including one where she allegedly suggested people who want police budgets reduced be blocked from calling 911. The tweets from Rejeanne Caron’s twitter […]

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MMF Partners with the City of Selkirk and RM of West St. Paul for Urban Beautification Program

June 26, 2020 Winnipeg, MB – The Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF) is partnering with the City of Selkirk and the Rural Municipality (RM) of West St. Paul for It’s My Community Too (IMCT), an urban beautification program designed to provide training and work experience for Metis, Non-Status and Inuit workers experiencing barriers to employment. “Creating […]

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Convocation 2020: Honouring Indigenous graduates – UM Today

June 29, 2020 — Meet some of the incredible members of the University of Manitoba’s class of 2020. UM campuses are uniquely strengthened by Indigenous student perspectives. The Indigenous campus community includes many student leaders who continue to define new directions and move our nations, province and country forward with their ideas and passions. The following […]

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Sixties Scoop survivors receive cheques but still looking for healing support – CBC

Settlement-funded healing foundation still working on mandate, recruiting permanent board members Jun 26, 2020 Over the past few weeks, thousands of people have received $21,000 interim payments from the Sixties Scoop settlement, but for some adoptees, the money is just one step toward a lifetime healing journey. “It’s still impacting me,” said Gord Bluesky, a […]

by ahnationtalk on June 26, 202024 Views

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Online initiative urges Canadians to think ‘Destination Indigenous’ with travel plans – APTN News

Jun 24, 2020 David Daley is hoping people in Canada will travel domestically and that this will eventually help his businesses survive the COVID-19 pandemic. The Métis man owns several businesses in Churchill, Man., including dog-sledding company Wapusk Adventures. “This is an opportunity for Manitobans and Canadians to come up to Churchill and check [us] […]

by ahnationtalk on June 25, 202025 Views

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Métis history showcased in public art display in Winnipeg bus stop – Folio

Métis artist teams up with U of A geographer to incorporate vivid maps and scrip records into artwork illustrating unique cultural heritage. When Métis artist and architect Tiffany Shaw-Collinge was commissioned to design an artwork for the Markham bus station in Winnipeg, she wanted to use the stop to showcase Métis land rights. She reached […]

by ahnationtalk on June 24, 202025 Views

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Indigenous languages could be at forefront of reconciliation process, says Winnipeg community organizer – Globalnews.ca

June 23, 2020 Do you know the names of your favourite animals in Cree? What about Inuktitut? Michif? A Winnipeg community organizer says something as simple as teaching local people the traditional Indigenous names of animals could be a positive and easy step toward reconciliation. Michael Redhead Champagne told 680 CJOB that a simple acknowledgement […]

by ahnationtalk on June 23, 202027 Views

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Conservatives nominate most decorated Indigenous war veteran for new $5 banknote – northeastNOW

Conservative MPs including the Desnethé-Missinippi-Churchill River’s Gary Vidal is calling for the most decorated Canadian war veteran to be the face of a new $5 banknote. A video released on Facebook Sunday is requesting the public to sign a petition in support of the late Sgt. Tommy Prince to receive the honour. The two-and-a-half minute […]

by ahnationtalk on June 23, 202024 Views

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