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Business schools reach out to Indigenous students – The Globe and Mail

Ask Mark Selman at the Beedie School of Business how he would measure the success of its executive MBA in aboriginal business and leadership, and he would likely point first…

Good turnout for Ahze-mino-gahbewewin/Reconciliation Kenora’s first AGM – Daily Miner and News

November 17, 2017 There was a full room in Minis Hall for Ahze-mino-gahbewewin/Reconciliation Kenora’s first annual general meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 14. Since their first official meeting in March, the…

As Indigenous women inmate numbers rise, more supports needed after release – CBC

Number of Indigenous women in federal prisons has increased by 60 per cent in a decade Nov 17, 2017 A spiritual adviser with Grand Valley Institution for Women in Kitchener,…

University of Winnipeg receiving $2.5 million for project on Rocky Cree language, history and culture – Thompson Citizen

November 17, 2017 The 1993 discovery in South Indian Lake of the remains of a 25-year-old Cree woman who lived 350 years ago has already led to the creation of…

First Nations chief in Nanaimo suspended by his council – Ladysmith Chronicle

Snuneymuxw Chief John Wesley suspended as First Nation gets ready to head to the polls Nov. 16, 2017 Snuneymuxw council has suspended Chief John Wesley. The First Nation council suspended…

Why the Indigenous Strategy has a Blackfoot name – Ucalgary.ca

ii’ taa’ poh’ to’ p highlights a desire to work together with authenticity The University of Calgary’s Indigenous Strategy launched on Nov. 16, 2017, and with it, new ways of…

First Nations want Saskatchewan government to compensate ’60s Scoop survivors – National Post

REGINA — The head of the organization that represents Saskatchewan First Nations says he appreciates that the province wants to apologize to victims of the ’60s Scoop, but says there…

Infrastructure bank could help build Indigenous projects, chairwoman says – CTV

November 16, 2017 OTTAWA — The chairwoman of a new federal agency that will help finance the construction of new highways, transit systems and electricity grids says it could also…

Charged with illegal fishing, Mi’kmaw man seeks to redefine Supreme Court’s Marshall decision – CBC

Civil action could have wide-reaching impact on Indigenous access to natural resources Nov 17, 2017 Exactly 18 years after the Supreme Court of Canada issued a clarification of its ruling…

Trail raises Métis flag – Trail Times

Louis Riel Day marked in Trail with flag raising and Kootenay South Metis banquet on Saturday Nov. 17, 2017 What began with a small gathering of Kootenay South Métis five…

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