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Manitoba says sorry for taking aboriginal children from homes – Toronto Star

Thousands of aboriginal children across Canada were taken by child-welfare agents in 60s Scoop and placed with non-native families Marlene Orgeron and her brothers were seized from her Manitoba reserve when she was 3. Her uncle protested and was told by social workers he would be arrested if he tried to stop them. Orgeron says […]

by ahnationtalk on June 19, 2015142 Views

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Brandon Urban Aboriginal People’s Council now online – Westman Journal

June 18, 2015 The Brandon Urban Aboriginal Peoples’ Council is taking the next step in its community strategic plan with the official launch of a dedicated website recently. The site, located at www.buapc.ca, allows the council to showcase the important work it has been focusing on since its inception in the strategic areas of education, […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 2015303 Views

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Local Indigenous pop group aims to inspire suicide prevention – Mytoba.ca

June 17, 2015 Winnipeg-based Indigenous pop band Indian City has announced the official release of their newest song, One Day, as the single to follow their 2013 award-winning album, Colors. Released for download on Wednesday and written by legendary local Indigenous musician Vince Fontaine, producer Chris Burke-Gaffney and singer Pamela Davis, the uplifting melody and powerful lyrics intend to connect with those battling thoughts […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 2015382 Views

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Family hopeful RCMP report will help shed light on Rocelyn Gabriel’s death – CBC

Jun 17, 2015 Gabriel found nearly frozen to death behind at Portage la Prairie recycling depot in 2014 The RCMP is expected to release a report Friday about Canada’s missing and murdered indigenous women. It builds on findings from a 2014 review that found there’s been 1,181 cases of missing and murdered indigenous women across Canada since 1980. […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 2015179 Views

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Manitoba to apologize to aboriginal adoptees Thursday – The Globe and Mail

Jun. 18, 2015 Manitoba is set to become the first province to formally apologize to aboriginal adoptees today. Premier Greg Selinger is scheduled to deliver the apology in the legislature following an honouring ceremony of ‘60s Scoop victims. Thousands of aboriginal children were taken by child-welfare agents from their homes starting in the 1960s and […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 2015177 Views

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Nellies to honour Manitoba women – Winnipeg Free Press

“If men were all so intelligent as these representatives of the downtrodden sex seem to be it might not do any harm to give them the vote. But all men are not so intelligent. There is no use giving men votes. They wouldn’t use them. They would let them spoil and go to waste. Then […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 2015177 Views

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$5M flood-fight plan helped spark NDP uprising: source – The Carillon

June 16, 2015 Equipment suppliers regular NDP donors An untendered deal for $5 million worth of flood-fighting equipment for several First Nations helped provoke the cabinet rebellion in Premier Greg Selinger’s government last fall, the Free Press has learned Details of the deal were revealed in a government whistleblower’s complaint filed to the ombudsman’s office […]

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 2015224 Views

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Manitoba government kicks off early National Aboriginal Day celebrations – CBC

Jun 16, 2015 Provincial government also marks 25th anniversary of Elijah Harper’s stand on Meech Lake Accord The Manitoba government celebrated National Aboriginal Day early with an event outside the provincial legislature today. Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Minister Eric Robinson hosted the noon-hour celebration on Tuesday, which included performances by the Spirit Sands Drum Group […]

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 2015192 Views

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First Nations family advocate discouraged after 1st week working with CFS – CBC

Jun 15, 2015 I was devastated. And I wasn’t anywhere near as devastated as the family,’ Cora Morgan says The family advocate for First Nations families dealing with Child and Family Services is devastated after her first week on the job, working for the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs. The assembly created the position of family advocate […]

by ahnationtalk on June 16, 2015139 Views

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Metis president unhappy with Manitoba’s ’60s Scoop apology, lack of consultation – 680 News

Jun 15, 2015 WINNIPEG – Manitoba’s Metis federation says its people are being left out of an apology to come this week for aboriginal children who were taken from their homes and placed with non-aboriginal families. President David Chartrand said no one from the Manitoba government consulted with the Metis or formally invited him to […]

by ahnationtalk on June 16, 2015138 Views

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