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Organization continues search to identify Indigenous veterans in unmarked graves

Organization continues search to identify Indigenous veterans in unmarked graves

The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte have a long history of military service ranging from the First and Second World War to Afghanistan, but Chief Donald Maracle had always known many of the First Nation's veterans lay in unmarked graves in the community

Views from COP27: How the climate conference could confront colonialism by centring Indigenous rights

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Anunoby, VanVleet lead Raptors to 116-109 win over Houston Rockets

Anunoby, VanVleet lead Raptors to 116-109 win over Houston Rockets

TORONTO — Fred VanVleet would love to see O.G. Anunoby when he's angry. The two combined for 59 points to drag the lethargic Toronto Raptors to a 116-109 victory over the lowly Houston Rockets on Wednesday.
Art Gallery of Ontario to spotlight Indigenous artists in 2023 exhibitions

Art Gallery of Ontario to spotlight Indigenous artists in 2023 exhibitions

TORONTO — The Art Gallery of Ontario is spotlighting Indigenous artists in a suite of exhibitions starting in the new year.
'They gave so much': Remembering Indigenous veterans from Northern B.C.

'They gave so much': Remembering Indigenous veterans from Northern B.C.

Nov. 8 marks National Indigenous Veterans Day in Canada
Chief reflects on the legacy of Indigenous women who served in the military

Chief reflects on the legacy of Indigenous women who served in the military

OTTAWA — At just four years old, Wendy Jocko knew she wanted to join the military. She was riding her tricycle down the street in Petawawa, Ont., when she saw a man in a military uniform walking out of a convenience store across from her family home.
First Nations and Inuit Policing Program expanding into Nunavut

First Nations and Inuit Policing Program expanding into Nunavut

IQALUIT, Nunavut — A national policing program aimed at serving Indigenous communities is expanding to Nunavut. Through the First Nations and Inuit Policing Program, new RCMP officers are to be hired across the territory over the next three years.
New water strategy in Manitoba to focus more on conservation, Indigenous inclusion

New water strategy in Manitoba to focus more on conservation, Indigenous inclusion

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government has released a new water strategy for the first time in 19 years — one that focuses more on conservation and Indigenous involvement.
Indigenous languages, consultation among issues raised before Pope Francis's visit

Indigenous languages, consultation among issues raised before Pope Francis's visit

Before Pope Francis's arrival in Canada last July, federal officials flagged concerns about the level of consultation done with a First Nations community that was set to host him.
'This is the time': Cree woman hopes to amplify Indigenous youth voices as advocate

'This is the time': Cree woman hopes to amplify Indigenous youth voices as advocate

WINNIPEG — Sherry Gott spent her childhood watching her grandmother care for people in Sapotaweyak Cree Nation in Manitoba.
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