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Mandatory indigenous course not a new idea – Winnipeg Free Press

February 20, 2015 Mandatory indigenous culture university courses are nothing new in Manitoba — the University College of the North has had them since 2005. “We congratulate the University of Winnipeg on their efforts to work towards mandatory programming dealing with First Nations issues. They would, however, not be the first university in Canada to […]

by NationTalk on February 20, 2015235 Views

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Pukatawagan receives national and international attention – Thompson Citizen

February 19, 2015 Pukatawagan, Manitoba has been a top spot to visit recently for storytelling and education. Sook-Yin Lee, host of CBC’s Definitely Not the Opera (DNTO), a crew of producers and a videographer visited the remote community during the week of Feb. 9. “One of the values we strive for on DNTO is diversity, […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 2015147 Views

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Pukatawagan receives national and international attention – Thompson Citizen

February 19, 2015 Pukatawagan, Manitoba has been a top spot to visit recently for storytelling and education. Sook-Yin Lee, host of CBC’s Definitely Not the Opera (DNTO), a crew of producers and a videographer visited the remote community during the week of Feb. 9. “One of the values we strive for on DNTO is diversity, […]

by NationTalk on February 20, 2015299 Views

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College notes negative coverage – Winnipeg Free Press

February 19, 2015 Staying mum on Forsyth controversy despite January’s jump in bad press anuary was the first time in the last 12 months Red River College considered its media coverage negative overall — and then only by a hair. And that was pretty much the closest the college’s board of governors came Wednesday night […]

by ahnationtalk on February 19, 2015168 Views

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College notes negative coverage – Winnipeg Free Press

February 19, 2015 Staying mum on Forsyth controversy despite January’s jump in bad press anuary was the first time in the last 12 months Red River College considered its media coverage negative overall — and then only by a hair. And that was pretty much the closest the college’s board of governors came Wednesday night […]

by NationTalk on February 19, 2015278 Views

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Human Trafficking Is Part of the Story of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women – Huffington Post

The distraught woman paced the streets, clearly in search of someone. She broke down in tears when police approached. “I’m looking for my daughter. She’s being pimped out by a boy who’s in a gang, and I need to find her.” In no time, a sting was set up. The trafficker was arrested and the […]

by NationTalk on February 19, 2015215 Views

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Reconciliation goes grassroots in Winnipeg with one-on-one workshops – CBC

Residential school workshops bring together aboriginals, non-aboriginals to talk past trauma It’s called grassroots reconciliation – small groups of aboriginal and non-aboriginal people sit in the same room to talk about past harm and current prejudice. It’s catching on across Canada, and on Wednesday, a 10-day workshop wrapped up in Winnipeg. “I remember one of […]

by ahnationtalk on February 19, 2015250 Views

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Human Trafficking Is Part of the Story of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women – Huffington Post

The distraught woman paced the streets, clearly in search of someone. She broke down in tears when police approached. “I’m looking for my daughter. She’s being pimped out by a boy who’s in a gang, and I need to find her.” In no time, a sting was set up. The trafficker was arrested and the […]

by NationTalk on February 19, 2015156 Views

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Human Trafficking Is Part of the Story of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women – Huffington Post

The distraught woman paced the streets, clearly in search of someone. She broke down in tears when police approached. “I’m looking for my daughter. She’s being pimped out by a boy who’s in a gang, and I need to find her.” In no time, a sting was set up. The trafficker was arrested and the […]

by ahnationtalk on February 19, 2015218 Views

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You’ve got three minutes… Talk about your years of research – Winnipeg Free Press

February 18, 2015 Competition forces grad students to be concise Dr. Robin Visser can explain in three minutes how a deadly lung disorder that dooms dozens of newborn babies worldwide each day can someday be cured. In three minutes? In language laypeople can understand? Seriously? Indeed, seriously. You say “no way,” but Visser says “way.” […]

by NationTalk on February 18, 2015183 Views

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