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NB Student Group Says Province Is Taking Wrong Direction With SEED Program – Huddle Today

Jan 24, 2020 FREDERICTON – The New Brunswick Student Alliance (NBSA), which represents approximately 12,000 post-secondary students, disagrees with the provincial government’s direction on the Student Employment Experience Development (SEED) program. Post-secondary, training and labour minister Trevor Holder announced changes to the program this week that would cut the number of placements by approximately 200, […]

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Wolastoqi woman releases first children’s book, plans for Indigenous-language versions – CBC

Gail Francis worked with niece as illustrator Jan 23, 2020 It took Gail Francis of Negotkuk (Tobique First Nation) years to turn an idea into her first children’s book. But all that work comes to fruition when she releases Moonbeam on Monday. Moonbeam is a culturally based children’s book about how a pre-contact Indigenous family […]

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Historic’ change allows transgender girls to enter Eskasoni pageant – CBC

So far, one transgender participant has signed up for the popular event at Eskasoni Winter Carnival For the first time in its nearly 50-year history, the Eskasoni First Nation’s annual winter carnival pageant is open to transgender women and girls. The Eskasoni Winter Carnival has been running for decades as a fundraiser for the local […]

by ahnationtalk on January 22, 20208 Views

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Brother and sister find shared success in filmmaking – CBC

Films from both have been selected to screen at St. Thomas University’s Indigenous Film Festival Jan 20, 2020 Kennlin Barlow remembers the moment he first thought of becoming a filmmaker. It was his older sister, Natasha Barlow, who inspired him. She sparked his interest in moving pictures by showing the four-year-old Bride of Chucky. “Even […]

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Humanizing Indigenous Peoples’ engagement in health care – CMAJ

Etuaptmumk, “Two-Eyed Seeing” in Mi ’kmaq, integrates the strengths of Indigenous and Western knowledge as a shared-learning process attributed to Albert Marshall, Mi’kmaw Elder of Mi’kma’ki, who developed this concept. Mi’kma’ki is the Mi’kmaw traditional territory in the Atlantic provinces, Gaspé and Maine. Mi’kmaw perspectives for care originate from Mi’kmaw Seven Sacred Teachings of love, […]

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Public hearings into $1B Giant Mine remediation begin at last – CBC

‘It’s monumental,’ says project lead Jan 20, 2020 Public hearings on the closure and remediation plan for Yellowknife’s defunct Giant Mine begin Monday. That’s after 13 years of study, planning, assessment and discussion. “It’s monumental,” said Natalie Plato, deputy director of the Giant Mine Remediation Project, which is leading the cleanup. The project is seeking […]

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P.E.I. quill artist scans roadsides for the remains that let her work – CBC

Melissa Peter-Paul from Abegweit First Nation is carrying on tradition from her great-great-grandmother Jan 20, 2020 Melissa Peter-Paul drives from her home in the Abegweit First Nation in Prince Edward Island to gather the materials she needs for her art. But it’s not paint or clay she comes to collect. It’s roadkill. Peter-Paul is a […]

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Making waves in modern shipbuilding – Macleans.ca

A two-year program recruits Indigenous students on a pathway to jobs in the Royal Canadian Navy’s $25-billion building boom Jan 16, 2020 Dylan Francis, a member of Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick, knew he wanted a career in the metal trades. But getting there proved difficult. In 2015, he earned a two-year college welding […]

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Editorial: Hydro power’s promise – TheChronicleHerald.ca

Atlantic Canada’s premiers — with a big helping hand from visiting Quebec Premier François Legault — were thinking big this week. The highlight of the St. John’s meeting was easily the dream of someday providing all of the region’s energy needs with plentiful, economical and renewable hydroelectric power from northern Quebec and Labrador. There’s no […]

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Memorial up North – Gazette

Jan. 16, 2020 As Newfoundland and Labrador’s university, Memorial has a special obligation to all of the people of our province, and over the past decade has responded to broader calls for northern sovereignty over research and education. Labrador Institute For 40 years, Memorial has been proud to support the research and education needs of […]

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