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Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre
There have been family stories about my white roots, something so dark and painful it's hard to articulate the specifics of it. I have a frail, white Victorian era ancestor, which explains my affinity for chaise lounges, large hats, and lethargy. It's a glorious thing to discover yourself in your roots. But it's been hard. There have been a few things I've done to reconnect with my white lineage.
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The University of Winnipeg is teaching languages on their traditional land.
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And much of downtown Ottawa.
It is meant to protect youth.
Williams Lake Indian Band is not seeking aboriginal title to the disputed lands, but it does want compensation.
A treaty opposing oilsands and pipelines was signed by more than 50 aboriginal groups.
The Duke and Duchess visited the Great Bear Rainforest on B.C.'s central coast.
They reached the decision after a three-day debate.
"It is something I was hoping we would never have to do."
The First Nation was forced to relocate in 1956 — a move that led to hunger, violence and death.
Pierre George is reportedly in serious condition.
The federal government’s new financial transparency law for First Nations is a redundant piece of legislation based on a “complete lie,” according to a lawyer specializing in aboriginal law. “Every Fi...
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EDMONTON - A Supreme Court decision giving a British Columbia First Nation title to land it uses for hunting and fishing could affect many Alberta court cases between First Nations and governments ove...