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5 years later, family of Lorlene Bone not giving up search for missing Manitoba woman – CBC

Lorlene Bone was last seen on Feb. 29, 2016, after visiting friends on Sapotaweyak Cree Nation Feb 25, 2021 Every time Evelyn Chartrand looks out her front window, she sees a red dress waving in the wind. That dress is a reminder that her daughter, Lorlene Bone, is still missing. “Every day, I think about […]

by ahnationtalk on February 25, 20217 Views

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Efforts to address climate change must include Indigenous leaders: report – Thompson Citizen

February 24, 2021 A Climate Action Team report suggested that any efforts to address climate change must include Indigenous leadership and ensure free, prior and informed consent. “Manitoba’s Road to Resilience: A Community Climate Action Pathway to a Fossil Fuel Free Future,” introduces an achievable and concrete pathway to a climate-resilient Manitoba. The report states […]

by ahnationtalk on February 24, 20219 Views

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30,000 First Nations children to receive specially designed masks – Thompson Citizen

Thirty-thousand Manitoba First Nations children and teens can expect to receive their specially designed four-layer masks to help fight against COVID-19 in the coming weeks. This initiative is a joint plan by the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) and Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba (CHFM) to keep First Nations youths in Manitoba safer and healthier. […]

by ahnationtalk on February 24, 20216 Views

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First Nations call Lake St. Martin project ruling an affront to treaty rights – Winnipeg Sun

Feb 23, 2021 A provincial court has overturned an injunction against the province that halted work on the contentious Lake St. Martin Outlet Channels project, while a First Nations collective says Friday’s decision is an affront to treaty rights. Last August, the Interlake Reserves Tribal Council (IRTC) and four other First Nations filed an injunction […]

by ahnationtalk on February 23, 202111 Views

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Voices of the Land: Indigenous Design and Planning from the Prairies – UM Today

February 22, 2021 — “I’m so filled with belief and hope because when I hear your voices at the table, I hear and know that the responsibilities that our ancestors carried … are still being carried … even through all of the struggles, even through all of what has been disrupted … we can still hear […]

by ahnationtalk on February 22, 202111 Views

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Indigenous-run tiny house community aims to offer ‘protection, security’ to Winnipeg’s homeless – CBC

Feb 22, 2021 ‘The Village’ project asked people living in makeshift encampments what they wanted Ryan Ednie spends most nights outside of Winnipeg’s Thunderbird House sleeping by a fire. The Métis man, who has been homeless for over a year, says this is where he feels most safe. “I do what I need to survive. I avoid shelters […]

by ahnationtalk on February 22, 20219 Views

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Urban reserves ‘key to Indigenous prosperity’: Kapyong project exec – Winnipeg Sun

Feb 18, 2021 The Kapyong Barracks site, Canada’s largest urban Indigenous reserve located in west Winnipeg, is positioned to become a national leader in Indigenous-led commerce. One project executive is taking time to educate the public and dispel some of the myths around urban reserve development. The mixed-use, 160-acre Kapyong development is a partnership between […]

by ahnationtalk on February 19, 202118 Views

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Thompson city councillor calls for NDP MP to resign via Facebook live and interview on Rebel News – Thompson Citizen

Thompson Coun. Jeff Fountain has twice called publicly for Churchill-Keewatinook Aski NDP MP Niki Ashton to resign her seat in the House of Commons, first in his Facebook group and again in a Feb. 16 interview with Sheila Gunn Reid of Rebel News. Fountain first made the call for Ashton’s resignation in a Facebook live […]

by ahnationtalk on February 18, 202129 Views

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Winnipeg’s homeless community, allies reeling after person dies in homeless encampment fire – CBC

‘There was an explosion there simply because they’re trying to keep warm in wintertime’ Feb 17, 2021 Advocates, outreach workers and a provincial politician are calling for more permanent solutions to homelessness in Winnipeg, after someone living in a homeless encampment died in a fire Tuesday morning. “It’s very unfortunate to see this happen,” said […]

by ahnationtalk on February 17, 202126 Views

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Cree Anishinaabe physician talks medicine, and a need to trust the COVID-19 vaccine – APTN News

At the age of four, Marcia Anderson says she knew that one day, she wanted to become a doctor. Twenty years later, Anderson was the youngest Indigenous graduate from the Faculty of Medicine in Manitoba and the youngest president of the Indigenous Physicians Association of Canada. Anderson, who is Cree-Anishinaabe, credits her family for the […]

by ahnationtalk on February 17, 202127 Views

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