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Mi’kmaq educator celebrates National Aboriginal Day – The Chronicle Herald

June 17, 2015 Eskasoni’s Bernard says she’s seen progress in struggle for identity Eleanor Bernard is used to being underestimated. But the mother of five has always been determined to pursue a life of education. The Eskasoni native was prepared for the adversity and she confronted it. “So many professors at every university I attended […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 2015176 Views

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First Nations group focuses on job demand – The Chronicle Herald

June 17, 2015 With Canada’s baby boomers getting set to retire and the growth of a number of industries requiring skilled workers, a major shift in the labour force is on the horizon. One group is trying to make sure Canada’s aboriginal communities are at the forefront. According to the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 2015181 Views

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Nanaimo must move forward with reconciliation – Nanaimo News Bulletin

Jun 16, 2015 June 21 may have had negativity directed toward it due to Premier Christy Clark and the recent yogagate incident, but its importance can’t be understated. Besides being the date of the now-cancelled yoga bridge event in Vancouver, June 21 is National Aboriginal Day. The day honours First Nations’ achievement and culture and […]

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 2015139 Views

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East Coast seal hunt one of lowest on record with fewer than 40000 landed – Times Colonist

June 12, 2015 ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – The federal Fisheries department says fewer than 40,000 seals were landed during this year’s East Coast commercial hunt, making it one of the lowest on record. There were just over 38,000 harp seals and about 1,100 grey seals hunted, mostly off the coasts of Newfoundland and Quebec. A […]

by ahnationtalk on June 12, 2015160 Views

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Charlottetown church rings bells for missing and murdered women – CBC

Jun 11, 2015 A number of people gathered to ring hand-bells on the steps of St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Charlottetown Wednesday. The bells were rung 1,181 times to represent every missing and murdered indigenous woman in Canada. This is the second week of the bell ringing at Anglican churches across Canada. Bells are being rung over three […]

by ahnationtalk on June 11, 2015159 Views

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Province Seems to Agree with Reconciliation, But Tight-Lipped Due to court case – VOCM

June 10 2015 The province appears to agree that Aboriginal survivors of residential schools in Newfoundland and Labrador are due an apology, but are saying little as its recently been named a co-defendant in an ongoing class action. This province was excluded from the 2008 federal government apology and compensation package. One of the 94 recommendations of […]

by ahnationtalk on June 10, 2015172 Views

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Truth and reconciliation – the two are essential – Cape Breton Post

June 09, 2015 Events involving aboriginal communities over the past year signal change is coming Occasionally during discussions on projects related to economic development and environmental changes, a member of our aboriginal community will remind us that their ancestors have occupied this land for thousands of years. It would not be unfair to say that […]

by ahnationtalk on June 9, 2015175 Views

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Labrador restoration project receives provincial recognition – Daily Business Buzz

June 08, 2015 The province recognized a Labrador project that works to clean up abandoned mineral exploration sites. On June 5, the Restoration of Labrador Exploration Sites (ROLES) Inc. was awarded the 2015 Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Award in the community group or organization category. Kaylen Janes, manager of environmental affairs and community relations with […]

by ahnationtalk on June 8, 2015154 Views

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Traditional birch bark canoe built by arts students – CBC

Jun 05, 2015 New Brunswick College of Craft and Design students have gathered materials and built a birchbark canoe College students have spent weeks scouring the woods for bark, roots, and special wood in order to build a traditional birch bark canoe. The students in the aboriginal arts program at the New Brunswick College of […]

by ahnationtalk on June 5, 2015192 Views

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Anglican churches ringing bells for missing and murdered aboriginal women – The Guardian

June 03, 2015 It takes approximately one hour to toll a church bell 1,181 times. Bells at many Anglican cathedrals and parish churches across Canada, including St. Paul’s Charlottetown, will toll to draw attention to the crisis of 1,181 missing and murdered indigenous women. On three successive Wednesdays beginning June 3, participating churches will begin […]

by pmnationtalk on June 3, 2015187 Views

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