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Wabanaki Water Walkers begin trek in the name of water – Global News

May 20 2019 Mon, May 20: Indigenous grandmothers from Nova Scotia began a long trek Monday morning — all in the name of water. Elizabeth McSheffrey explains. Read More: https://globalnews.ca/video/5295888/wabanaki-water-walkers-begin-trek-in-the-name-of-water/…

Diplomat, peacekeeper: Saskatchewan First Nation awaits Poundmaker exoneration – paNOW

May 20, 2019 When Milton Tootoosis thinks about the planned exoneration of Chief Poundmaker, he breaks down. A headman and councillor at Poundmaker Cree Nation, about a two-hour drive from…

Two new forest fires being battled in Ontario’s Northwest – Tbnewswatch.com

Half-hectare blazes break out near Mishkeegogamang First Nation and northeast of Atikkan THUNDER BAY — Two new forest fires were confirmed in Ontario’s Northwest Region on Sunday. The half-hectare Sioux…

Yes, cultural appropriation can happen within the Indigenous community and yes, we should be debating it – CBC

Inuit artists who spoke on the issue were characterized as “bringing us back a few steps” May 20, 2019 For decades, Indigenous artists and arts administrators have worked tirelessly to…

Six out-of-control wildfires burn in Alberta; High Level residents told to remain vigilant, Marlboro residents able to go home – Calgary Herald

About 4,000 people were told to leave their homes in the Town of High Level late Monday afternoon as a wildfire moves closer to the community. May 20, 2019 4:50…

Akwesasne’s Henry Lickers becomes first Indigenous IJC commissioner – The Cornwall Standard Freeholder

May 20, 2019 AKWESASNE — The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne’s top environmental scientist, Henry Lickers, has become the first Indigenous person appointed to the International Joint Commission (IJC). Lickers was…

It will take ‘rewiring all of us’ to change myths about sexual assault victims: reporter – CBC

Robyn Doolittle weighs in on video of police asking teen if she was ‘turned on’ by alleged sexual assault May 17, 2019 A video of an RCMP officer interrogating an…

A different way: Midwifery guides renewal of traditional birth practices – The Star Phoenix

May 17, 2019 Eileen Thomas — a grandmother of 24 and great-grandmother of 19 — is sometimes accused of talking too much. It’s hard to imagine that many years ago,…

City unveils new logo, branding strategy – SooToday.com

‘By being bold and confident in how we tell our story, we will inspire others in the community to do the same’ – Tom Vair Sault Ste. Marie City Council…

Opinion: Adding clarity to national coverage of caribou recovery – kamloopsmatters

As a former resident and mayor of Chetwynd, and someone who has worked with West Moberly First Nation on developing community-to-community agreements, obtaining a joint community forest tenure, and one…

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