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New cartoon Wolf Joe puts emphasis on Anishinaabe culture, teachings – CBC

Voice actors say it’s important for Indigenous children to see their communities reflected on TV Jan 14, 2021 A new animated series that is focused on a First Nations boy and Anishinaabe teachings is giving young Indigenous viewers a chance to see their communities reflected on television. Brett Huson, who is Gitxsan from Gitxsan territory in British Columbia, is the […]

by ahnationtalk on January 14, 202119 Views

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AMC offers assistance through Eagle Urban Transition Centre

Treaty One Territory, Manitoba – The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) releases this statement in regards to recent criticisms of organizations and their lack of spiritual and cultural services for First Nation citizens who seek services in Winnipeg and offers our Eagle Urban Transition Centre (EUTC) as strong, trusted and multifaceted option. AMC Grand Chief […]

by ahnationtalk on January 11, 202122 Views

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Indigenous-led non-profits say they are better equipped to deliver cultural services than Siloam Mission – CBC

‘We know how to do it,’ says executive director of Ma Mawi Chi Itata Centre Jan 08, 2021 The leaders of Indigenous-led non-profit organizations say they are better equipped than Siloam Mission to provide spiritual care and cultural services to Winnipeg’s homeless population. “They’re not an Indigenous organization, but delivering services to Indigenous people and yet we have […]

by ahnationtalk on January 8, 202127 Views

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Siloam Mission failing to allow for Indigenous cultural practices, spiritual care, former staff say – CBC

‘Colonialism continues at Siloam,’ says former member of Winnipeg charity’s board of directors Jan 05, 2021 A Christian humanitarian organization is neglecting the spiritual and cultural care of the majority of the Indigenous people it serves, a past board member and former staff of the Winnipeg charity allege. Siloam Mission isn’t providing adequate support for Indigenous spiritual practices such […]

by ahnationtalk on January 6, 202117 Views

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CMHR glows with “northern lights” to signal hope for the new year

Winnipeg – On the darkest day of the year, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) building will light up in glowing colours as a sign of hope and optimism for 2021. The winter solstice marks a change of season and time of renewal that has long been celebrated by Indigenous people. It is a […]

by ahnationtalk on December 22, 202035 Views

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Province Approves More Than $1.2 Million in Safe at Home Manitoba Grants

December 17, 2020 Grant Program Protects Manitobans with Activities to Stay Safe at Home: Cox More than 50 new projects have been approved through the Safe at Home Manitoba grant, a new program which will allow Manitobans to enjoy creative cultural, artistic, and fitness activities in the safety of their own homes this holiday season, […]

by ahnationtalk on December 17, 202035 Views

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Gabriel Gély’s Arctic Photographs Donated to the University of Manitoba – UM Today

December 16, 2020 — Gabriel Gély (1924-2020) is best known for his artistic portrayals of Arctic life and for his outstanding contribution to the development and promotion of Inuit art. Until recently, few knew about Gély’s passion for photography and his assemblage of images. A Parisian by birth, Gély resided in northern communities for over 30 […]

by ahnationtalk on December 16, 202039 Views

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Cree video game streamers create space for Indigenous gaming community – CBC

‘I definitely felt that it was lacking an Indigenous presence,’ says Marlon Weekusk Dec 14, 2020 Two Cree video game streamers are using moose calls and rez humour to carve out their own space in the gaming industry and are creating a loyal community in the process. “With the absence of things like powwows, with the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 14, 202026 Views

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Niigan Sinclair Headlines in Assiniboine’s Storytelling Week

Assiniboine Community College presents its inaugural Storytelling Week from December 7 to 11, featuring a series of free digital activities, open to students and the general public. The storytelling sessions will be led by Elders from a range of Indigenous nations, who will highlight significant cultural stories and the teachings derived through story within their […]

by ahnationtalk on December 4, 202033 Views

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Indigenous artists and craftspeople go online to connect with holiday shoppers – CBC

‘Making a purchase from one of these women makes a huge impact,’ says holiday market organizer Dec 01, 2020 Dana Connolly is one of hundreds of Indigenous artists who are selling their beadwork, crafts, clothing and gifts this year online as part of virtual holiday markets. “It’s a way that we can actively support each […]

by ahnationtalk on December 1, 202033 Views

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