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Reimagining Point Douglas: How the historic district could become a model for a changing Winnipeg – CBC

City could lead with new model of urban development based on celebrating history, inclusion, reconciliation Apr 22, 2019 Winnipeg’s Point Douglas area is one of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods — one that has a rich history, but also faces its own challenges. But as we look to its future, Winnipeg can lead with a new […]

by ahnationtalk on April 22, 20195 Views

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Missing – 22 Year-Old Raelene Parenteau – Manitobapost

WINNIPEGOSIS – RCMP are looking for 22 year-old Raelene Parenteau of Dauphin, Manitoba. Raelene was last seen by her family in Duck Bay on April 5 and was believed to be heading to Winnipeg. Raelene is Indigenous, 5′ 4″, 160 lbs, with brown eyes, light brown hair and a “Ceaira” tattoo on her right arm. […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 201914 Views

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Exploring hockey’s roots in Indigenous communities – CBC Radio

Apr 21, 2019 This week on Unreserved, we explore what hockey means to Indigenous people, and how that connection is about more than just sports. In March, Enoch Cree Nation was the first First Nation to host Rogers Hometown Hockey. As the CBC’s Kyle Muzyka found out, the weekend was a celebration of Indigenous people […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 201915 Views

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“I’m very, very proud of where I’m from” – Winnipeg Free Press

Florida Panthers’ rookie Brady Keeper receives hero’s welcome from hometown crowd in Cross Lake CROSS LAKE — It was surreal, Brady Keeper kept saying, because that’s the only word he could find to describe what he was feeling. The parade through the streets, the crowds of wide-eyed children gathered around him and his hometown arena, […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 201912 Views

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Time running out on crucial Indigenous rights bills – Winnipeg Free Press

Tick, tock. The clock is counting down on the current Parliament, and three significant pieces of legislation that would change the lives of Indigenous Peoples are facing the possibility of an end-of-session death knell. Parliament ends its business in June, barring a forced and unlikely extension. This means any bill that doesn’t receive at least […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 201912 Views

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Sentencing hearing for man who killed Manitoba woman in botched robbery – StarPhoenix

April 17, 2019 WINNIPEG — The best friend of a Manitoba Indigenous woman killed during a botched robbery looked at a man found guilty in the death and asked how a life could be worth only $45. In January, a jury convicted Jason Meilleur of manslaughter in the death of Jeanenne Fontaine. Fontaine was shot […]

by ahnationtalk on April 17, 201916 Views

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Native Studies professor sees a big future for Indigenous business and economy – UM Today

Meet Indigenous Scholar Dr. Wanda Wuttunee. April 15, 2019 — Dr. Wanda Wuttunee is a professor in the Native studies department and a member of the Red Pheasant First Nation. Though she never lived on reserve, she focuses her research on community decision-making around economic development in Indigenous communities throughout Canada. “I didn’t really have […]

by ahnationtalk on April 15, 201921 Views

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Metis Federation introduces new rules for night hunting – Winnipeg Sun

The Manitoba Métis Federation have announced new rules for night hunting for Manitoba Métis citizens. As of Apr. 10, new night hunting laws include a prohibition on dangerous night spotlighting throughout the province, a ban on night hunting in “agro Manitoba” and permission to night hunt in “non-agro Manitoba.” “The Métis People have relied on […]

by ahnationtalk on April 15, 201918 Views

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Artwork honouring residential school survivors vested with legal rights – Canada.com

April 12, 2019 WINNIPEG — An art installation honouring survivors of residential schools is being recognized as a “living entity” in an agreement combining Indigenous teachings and Western law. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights and First Nations artist Carey Newman are signing an agreement Friday to be joint stewards of the “The Witness Blanket,” […]

by ahnationtalk on April 12, 201925 Views

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Chief hopes Senate committee sees link between resource development, violence – EnergeticCity.ca

April 12, 2019 WINNIPEG, M.B. – The chief of a Manitoba First Nation says he hopes a Senate committee will seriously listen to how resource development is linked to allegations of physical and sexual violence in his community. York Factory Chief Leroy Constant said more people have come forward to talk about violence and racism […]

by ahnationtalk on April 12, 201926 Views

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