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‘It’s not working’: Calls for better mental health support for N.S. First Nations communities – Global News

Health leaders in Nova Scotia are calling for better mental health support for First Nations communities. They believe a shift is required to ensure culturally safe and community-based care is delivered. Several health professionals appeared before a legislative committee in Halifax on Thursday, including Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia Health Directors Committee co-chair Juliana Julian. She […]

by ahnationtalk on October 20, 202324 Views

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Weaving together Indigenous wisdom and Western science for a sustainable future – NCSS

Sweetgrass holds a profound significance for the Mi’kmaq people, extending beyond its ecological value. It’s not merely a plant; it’s an integral part of their culture, woven into ceremonies and even offering solace to mental health. A collaborative project has woven together the wisdom of Mi’kmaq sweetgrass harvesters, The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq (CMM), Unama’Ki […]

by ahnationtalk on October 19, 202331 Views

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Innu inquiry commissioners listen to trauma, hope, skepticism in Sheshatshiu – CBC

Oct 17, 2023 One person told inquiry commissioners he doesn’t think anything will change The commissioners of the Inquiry Respecting the Treatment, Experiences and Outcomes of Innu children in the Child Protection System heard experiences of trauma, hope for the next generation and skepticism that things will change during their first day back in Sheshatshiu. […]

by ahnationtalk on October 17, 202321 Views

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University of New Brunswick hockey camp aims to help Indigenous girls get on the ice – CBC

Oct 17, 2023 Over a dozen girls learning game from members of UNB women’s team this fall Lillian George helped 10-year-old Dahlia Mitchell take her first, tentative steps on to the ice at the Aitken University Centre. It was Dahlia’s first time playing hockey, and after a few tips from George on how to space her feet […]

by ahnationtalk on October 17, 202324 Views

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National Advisory Committee hosts community knowledge sharing event in Nova Scotia – CTV News

Oct. 16, 2023 The National Advisory Committee on missing children and unmarked graves hosted a community event in Truro Saturday to bring together the voices of residential school survivors. “To be able to come together and offer that support and be able to share those stories and share those steps on that journey to healing […]

by ahnationtalk on October 16, 202332 Views

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Inquiry into treatment of Innu children in care resumes in Sheshatshiu for 2 weeks – CBC

Oct 16, 2023 The inquiry’s commissioners are set to hear from Innu with experience of the child protection system An inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in government care is resuming in Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation on Monday, with two weeks of community meetings planned. Innu community members are welcome to speak at the […]

by ahnationtalk on October 16, 202328 Views

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More than 50 Indigenous fishers charged over out-of-season lobster licences in N.S. – National Post

Oct 15, 2023 In 2020, the Sipekne’katik First Nation issued lobster licences, saying they could sell their catch outside the federally regulated season Three years after a First Nation started a self-regulated lobster fishery that sparked protests and violence in Nova Scotia, federal prosecutors are pressing ahead with charges against dozens of Indigenous fishers, some […]

by ahnationtalk on October 16, 202326 Views

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Apology being planned to Nunatsiavut residential school survivors in Hopedale – CBC

Oct 13, 2023 Nunatsiavut government says no specific dates have been set for Hopedale or other Inuit communities Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Andrew Furey is set to deliver an apology to Nunatsiavut residential school survivors in November in Hopedale, according to a social media post by the Nunatsiavut government’s Department of Health and Social Development. […]

by ahnationtalk on October 13, 202342 Views

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We are listening – MUN Gazette

Oct. 13, 2023 Memorial University is seeking input on a revised draft of its institutional Indigenous research policy. Individuals are encouraged to provide feedback on the Research Impacting Indigenous Groups (RIIG) Policy until the end of the year. In May 2022 the university approved a two-phased approach to review the policy. The first phase concluded […]

by ahnationtalk on October 13, 202327 Views

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Former Indigenous Relations minister was warned against signing 2019 MOU with Labrador group – CBC

Oct 11, 2023 Departments warned of risks given doubts about NunatuKavut council’s Indigenous rights, documents show The Canadian government was warned internally to hold off on signing an Indigenous reconciliation agreement with a self-proclaimed Inuit group in Labrador, but did so anyway despite concerns about the unproven nature of the group’s rights, documents obtained by CBC Indigenous reveal. […]

by ahnationtalk on October 12, 202325 Views

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