Aboriginal

National Aboriginal Day was celebrated in the nation's capital with Prime Minister Trudeau making a gesture towards Truth and Reconciliation and a pledge to strengthen the relationship between Canada and its Indigenous Peoples. ...

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Humber College's Aboriginal Resource Centre and The School of Social and Community Services were proud to host the Indigenous Knowledge Gathering, a community forum dedicated to understanding and bridging the gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal...

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By: Hunter Crowther Months after an emotional farewell cross-country tour as the frontman of The Tragically Hip, Gord Downie is exploring Canada’s troubled history with First Nations in his latest solo album. Secret Path, Downie’s fifth...

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Canada’s federal government has discriminated against First Nations children by not providing the same level of funding for child welfare services according to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal on Tuesday morning. ...

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A new Statistics Canada report has revealed that, in 2014, almost a quarter of all the homicide victims in Canada were Aboriginals....

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Louis Riel Day commemorated at Queen’s Park

November 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

The 22nd Louis Riel Day ceremony in Ontario commemorating the execution of the Métis leader occurred Monday....

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Some notable faces were missing from Trudeau's newly-appointed cabinet. ...

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Several Aboriginal leaders and provincial premiers met at a roundtable discussion in Ottawa on Friday to discuss the ongoing issue, supported by a presentation to the government by victims’ families. ...

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By Lucy Sky Saturday marks the Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women and the 25th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre. Humber College held its commemoration of the massacre on Dec. 4 in...

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