What’s new in Indigenous Watchdog? 191 new entries: July 1 – July 31, 2023


56 Positive Actions = vs 96 Current Problems 

Calls to Action (C2A) Status: August 1, 2023

Not StartedStalledIn ProgressComplete
14214613
14.9%22.3%48.9%13.8%
StatusLegacy Calls to Action
(1-42) + 50-52, 62-65
Reconciliation Calls to Action
(43-94)
Not Started2, 9, 26, 34, 42, 51, 52, 6445, 46, 47, 55, 56, 89
Stalled6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 29, 30, 3558, 62, 71, 77, 78, 87, 92, 93
Complete13, 15, 4149, 59, 67, 68, 70, 80, 83, 84, 85, 94

Legacy Calls to Action include “Equity for Aboriginal People in the Legal System” (50-52) and “Education for Reconciliation (62-65) in order to keep all “Justice” and “Education” Calls to Action in one location

See also “Perspectives” post for a complete 6-page colour-coded document summarizing all 94 Calls to Action

Indigenous Watchdog Updates

The following presents a year-to-date statistical snapshot of stakeholder actions across ALL themes that are either advancing reconciliation (Legacy and Reconciliation C2As and Government Commitments) or creating roadblocks (Current Problems)

Section202020212022Jan. 31Mar. 1Mar. 31Apr. 30May 31June 30July 31YTD
Current Reality264750413424220
Current Problems189213315588311487837696597
Legacy C2As9615918826203327303824198
Reconciliation C2As558811731121911161788
Govt. Commitments4832549131551
Other Issues781316102315186101
Total3665077961071331861541501651601,055
Indigenous Success Stories6595371311553

NOTE: 31 uncounted entries were added to Background Content across multiple “Themes” to provide additional context to a particular Theme and/or C2A

Notes:

  • Current Reality includes ALL 94 Calls to Action and Other Issues
  • Legacy C2As, Reconciliation C2As, Government Commitments and Other Issues represent positive steps that are advancing reconciliation
  • Current Problems includes all those in “Calls to Action” plus “Other Issues” and “Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation
  • “Other Issues” presents information on Drinking Water Advisories, Food Insecurity, Suicide Prevention, Urban Commitments to Reconciliation, Housing, Environment and Treaties and Land Claims

Current Reality Updates

July 20Drinking Water AdvisoriesUpdate Table: Long-term DWA: 142 Long-Term DWAs lifted
July 20National Centre for Truth and ReconciliationSenate Committee releases “Honouring the Children Who Never Came Home: Truth, Education and Reconciliation
July 26Suicide PreventionRecommendation 9 from “Doing What Works: Rethinking the Federal Framework for Suicide Prevention

July 20

Government Commitments
Actions and Commitments
Current Problems
Background Content
Indigenous Success Stories
 

Government Commitments

Home Page: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation: Government Commitments
2023/07/31 Mandate letter directs more cross-ministry collaboration for Indigenous Relations minister
2023/07/27 Sixty-eight organizations receive grants to help shape anti-racism legislation
2023/07/26 Cabinet Shuffle: Crucial Issues for First Nations to Continue with New Ministers
2023/07/17 Work to replace Indian Act is ongoing, feds say
2023/07/12 Delegation from the Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg Nation meets with His Majesty King Charles III First meeting between this Indigenous Nation and the Sovereign since 1860
2023/07/12 Canada supports Indigenous wellness and culture feasibility studies in New Brunswick to advance self-determination and reconciliation
2023/07/11 Premiers meeting in Winnipeg starts with discussion with Indigenous leaders
 
Home Page: Drinking Water Advisories: Other Issues
2023/07/21 Manitoba Government Commits Additional $1.5 Million for Safe Drinking Water in Northern Affairs Communities
2023/07/20 TABLE: Long-Term Drinking Water Advisories
 
Home Page: Environment: Other Issues
2023/07/27 Co-management builds resilience in the Great Bear Rainforest
2023/07/20 Province launches Indigenous climate-resilience capacity-building pilot program
2023/07/18 Government of Canada provides more than $2.4M to establish Innu Guardian Programs at Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park and Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve
2023/07/05 Manitoba Government Announces Action Plan to Protect Water Resources for Generations to Come
2023/07/05 Métis settlements eligible for relief under Alberta’s new Disaster Recovery Program
2023/07/04 $50M Indigenous-led evacuation center to be opened next spring by Missanabie Cree Nation
 
Home Page: Housing: Other Issues
2023/07/31 MNBC Announces New Guidelines for Housing Support Programs
2023/07/25 New Indigenous women's housing program works to fill 'gigantic need' in Edmonton
2023/07/10 Supportive Housing for Indigenous Women, Children in HRM
2023/07/06 Québec Announces $2.2 Million to Assess Vulnerability and Plan for Adapting Nunavik’s Social Housing Stock to the Impacts of Climate Change
2023/07/04 N.B. deal offers $22M for housing, roads projects in Neqotkuk First Nation
 
Home Page: Suicide Prevention: Other Issues
2023/07/26 Statement on the release of the Senate Committee report on the Federal Framework for Suicide Prevention
 
Home Page: Treaties and Land Claims: Other Issues
2023/07/03 Walpole Island closing in on $46M land claim settlement
 
Home Page: Urban Commitments to Reconciliation: Other Issues
2023/07/03 'New landmark' celebrated at dedication of Chief Tecumseh sculpture
 

Actions and Commitments

Call to Action # 7: Education (6-12)
2023/07/31 Access to skilled trades training and certification has improved according to new GNWT report
 
Call to Action # 11: Education (6-12)
2023/07/05 Saskatchewan Providing $2.5 Million for Construction-Related Pre-Apprenticeship Training
 
Call to Action # 12: Education (6-12)
2023/07/25 Announcement of funding for Urban Inuvialuit to access Early Childhood Programs.
 
Call to Action # 18: Health (18-24)
2023/07/28 Statement from Minister of Health and Social Services Tracy-Anne McPhee on health centre service reductions and staffing shortages
2023/07/27 Government of Canada and JDRF Canada jointly invest $33 million in research to defeat diabetes
2023/07/21 Government of Canada Announces $2.5 million for Projects to Improve Mental Health Supports for Indigenous Peoples
2023/07/20 Manitoba Government and Doctors Manitoba Reach Landmark Tentative Agreement
2023/07/19 Yukon First Nations Chiefs Committee on Health to guide implementation of Putting People First
2023/07/19 Ontario Connecting Children and Youth to Care Close to Home
2023/07/11 Provincial Government Releases Final Evaluation Report on Towards Recovery
2023/07/06 Building a recovery community with Siksika Nation
2023/07/05 Tsuut’ina First Nation signs agreement for addictions recovery treatment facility
2023/07/04 Government of Canada announces mental health supports for Indigenous communities
2023/07/04 Niagara Health first hospital in the world to purchase Indigenous-supplied, branded medical gloves
 
Call to Action # 21: Health (18-24)
2023/07/14 Dene Wellness Warriors seek to build NWT trauma healing lodge
 
Call to Action # 22: Health (18-24)
2023/07/19 Construction gets underway on the initial First Nation recovery community
2023/07/15 Mi'kmaw health navigators hope to incorporate Indigenous practices into P.E.I.'s health-care system
2023/07/14 Nurse performs Halifax hospital's 1st smudging ceremony — for her sister's baby
 
Call to Action # 27: Justice (25-42)
2023/07/12 Manitoba law society to launch mandatory Indigenous training
 
Call to Action # 29: Justice (25-42)
2023/07/21 Deal near for 40,000 survivors of federal Boarding Homes Program
 
Call to Action # 41: Justice (25-42)
2023/07/25 Manitoba Government Receives $22.3 Million in Funding Through The National Action Plan to End Gender-Based Violence
2023/07/24 New programs, police standards support sexual assault survivors
2023/07/18 Manitoba Government Announces Additional $3.1 Million for Provincewide Integrated Missing Persons Response
2023/07/06 GNWT releases What We Heard Report on Missing Persons Legislation
 
Call to Action # 43: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (43-44)
2023/07/10 New report details B.C.’s progress in implementing objectives of UN Indigenous rights declaration
 
Call to Action # 58: Church Apologies and Reconciliation (58-61)
2023/07/24 A year after Pope’s visit, reconciliation taking shape
 
Call to Action # 59: Church Apologies and Reconciliation (58-61)
2023/07/25 With Strong Voices: National Indigenous Spiritual Gathering 
 
Call to Action # 61: Church Apologies and Reconciliation (58-61)
2023/07/19 General Synod extends mandate of Indigenous church funding commission
 
Call to Action # 62: Education for Reconciliation (62-65)
2023/07/18 Bringing Indigenous communities, schools together
 
Call to Action # 63: Education for Reconciliation (62-65)
2023/07/13 Provincial and Territorial Ministers of Education Discuss Shared Priorities at 111th CMEC Meeting
 
Call to Action # 67: Museums and Archives (67-70)
2023/07/21 CMA submissions to the National Museum Policy consultations
 
Call to Action # 75: Missing Children and Burial Information (71-76)
2023/07/31 Ontario Launching New Indian Residential School Community Engagement Fund
 
Home Page: Commemoration (79-83): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/07/31 Rampart House, treasured site to the Vuntut Gwitchin, becomes official historic site
 
Call to Action # 79: Commemoration (79-83)
2023/07/31 Rampart House, treasured site to the Vuntut Gwitchin, becomes official historic site
2023/07/25 Minister Guilbeault presents response to the 2023 Minister’s Round Table on Parks Canada
 
Call to Action # 85: Media and Reconciliation (84-86)
2023/07/12 APTN seeks public support for licence amendment process
 
Call to Action # 88: Sports and Reconciliation (87-91)
2023/07/27 Calgary awarded 2027 North American Indigenous Games
2023/07/13 Competitors welcome return of North American Indigenous Games
 
Call to Action # 92: Business and Reconciliation (92)
2023/07/28 TELUS doubles impact with $2 million commitment to its Indigenous Communities Fund
2023/07/17 Foran and Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation Sign Landmark Collaboration Agreement
2023/07/07 Ben & Jerry's Land Back tweet on Canada Day gets praise from First Nations people
2023/07/05 Indigenous Ownership: Strengthening Economic Autonomy
 

Current Problems

Home Page: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation: Government Commitments
2023/07/28 National Indigenous agenda impacted by Trudeau’s sweeping Cabinet shuffle
2023/07/27 National Indigenous agenda impacted by Trudeau’s sweeping Cabinet shuffle
2023/07/26 Chiefs in Manitoba encourages new minister to continue push for landfill search
2023/07/24 The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Demands Urgent Action to Search Prairie Green Landfill
2023/07/24 Haudenosaunee mark 100th anniversary of Deskaheh's attempt to speak to League of Nations
2023/07/21 The connection to spirit and body and the need to search the Winnipeg landfill
2023/07/20 Toronto Star: Opinion - A ‘heart­less’ decision
2023/07/20 Unifor statement of support for families seeking justice for missing and murdered women in Winnipeg
2023/07/19 CLC: Governments Must Search for Indigenous Women’s Remains
2023/07/19 First Nations sick of Sask. government's 'trinkets and beads' approach to resource development: Opposition
2023/07/13 First Nations won't be excluded from critical minerals 'gold rush,' say leaders
2023/07/07 Joint Statement From ITK And MNC On The Meeting Of National Indigenous Leaders And Premiers
2023/07/06 National Inuit leader skipping premiers' meeting over matter of respect
2023/07/06 Saskatchewan refuses to negotiate a deal over Ile-a-la Crosse residential school settlement say feds
 
Home Page: Child Welfare (1-5): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/07/28 Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Applauds Historic $23 Billion Settlement for First Nations Children and Families
2023/07/27 Caring Society Statement on CHRT Letter-Decision Approving Revised FSA on Compensation
2023/07/26 Human rights tribunal approves revised First Nations child welfare deal
2023/07/12 Judge orders MCFD to reveal redacted records in birth alerts case
 
Call to Action # 3: Child Welfare (1-5)
2023/07/26 Human rights tribunal approves revised First Nations child welfare deal
 
Home Page: Education (6-12): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/07/31 Environment Minister Kevin Klein's claim to be Métis denounced by brother, Manitoba Métis Federation
2023/07/31 University student pushes to change name of Montreal street
2023/07/30 New-found, intimate letters from Louis Riel's 'lost years' in exile featured at Calgary gallery
2023/07/11 Controversial twins asked to pay back Indspire for bursaries
 
Home Page: Health (18-24): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/07/31 Québec’s cultural awareness training makes flawed assumptions that do not prioritize the safety of Indigenous people
2023/07/26 The AMC Calls on Manitoba to Commit to Providing Comprehensive and Culturally Responsible Competency Training for Newly Recruited Family Physicians
2023/07/25 Association of Yukon Communities decries rural health centre staffing woes
2023/07/22 Inuit elders making historic healing journey from Nunavut to Hamilton's former sanatorium
2023/07/12 Indigenous women in Canada forcibly sterilized decades after other rich countries stopped
2023/07/10 Treaty 6 Chiefs declare state of emergency over opioid deaths
2023/07/06 Tuberculosis numbers increasing in Nunavik communities
2023/07/05 SCO Launches Harm Reduction Education and Awareness Campaign
2023/07/04 First Nations life expectancy plummets in Alberta due to opioid deaths
 
Home Page: Justice (25-42): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/07/31 End the Sexual Exploitation of Indigenous Women and Girls
2023/07/28 Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Calls on New Federal Public Safety Minister to Prioritize First Nations Policing
2023/07/20 Ontario Regional Chief Glen Hare Voices Concern Over the Lack of Inclusion of First Nations Law Enforcement Under the New Community Safety and Policing Act
2023/07/20 Indigenous people 17.7% more likely to be incarcerated in Sask.
2023/07/19 PAGC Calls for Immediate Implementation of Special Inquiry Recommendations for PAPS and Inclusion on Police Commissioners Board
2023/07/19 Two men wrongfully convicted 50 years ago speak out about justice system
2023/07/19 Indigenous leaders call for release of report investigating Saskatchewan police force
2023/07/19 Innocence Canada calls for review of decades-old Manitoba murder convictions following acquittals
2023/07/19 Camp Marcedes set up at Winnipeg’s human rights museum to honour victims of accused serial killer
2023/07/18 Brady landfill blockade dismantled in Winnipeg
2023/07/18 Prince Albert police review recommendations released by Saskatchewan government
2023/07/18 Two Indigenous men acquitted of murder after 50 years
2023/07/17 Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Grateful for Support from Leadership at the Assembly of First Nations and CUPE Local 500
2023/07/14 NWAC demands immediate resumption of search for women’s remains
2023/07/14 Defiant protesters burn injunction after Manitoba judge orders landfill blockade to come down
2023/07/13 Stefanson fires back at federal minister, calls his comments on landfill search inflammatory
2023/07/12 First Nations-In-Assembly Support Indigenous Police Chiefs of Ontario
2023/07/12 Manitoba's decision not to search landfill 'heartless': Crown-Indigenous relations minister
2023/07/12 First Nations Chiefs Demand Accountability and Support in Search for MMIWG2S Victims at Meeting with Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Marc Miller
2023/07/12 Prince Albert, Sask., officer charged with criminal negligence in in-custody death
2023/07/12 Recognition of First Nations rights a ‘sticking’ point in new policing law plan: AFN
2023/07/11 Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief welcomes Federal Court decision on First Nation policing
2023/07/11 Inside the RCMP’s Investigation into a ‘Well-Known Canadian’
2023/07/10 Supporters hold their ground at Winnipeg landfill blockade as noon deadline to leave passes
2023/07/10 Nunavut judge’s denial of bail to repeat offender gives rare look into court proceedings
2023/07/10 Influx of supporters join landfill blockade after 'act of hate' at MMIWG mural
2023/07/07 Rama First Nation police officer investigated for threat against APTN journalist
2023/07/06 Funding victory a 'game changer' for First Nations policing: lawyer
2023/07/05 Judge in ruling says Indigenous police chiefs have strong human rights case against Canada
2023/07/05 Statement from Premier Heather Stefanson and Indigenous Reconciliation and Northern Relations Minister Eileen Clarke on the Final report of the Landfill Search feasibility Study Committee
2023/07/05 Video shows police officer punching Métis man with intellectual disabilities
2023/07/05 Manitoba grand chief shocked after province says it won't help pay to search landfill for remains
2023/07/04 Loved ones still waiting for task force to investigate MMIWG cases
2023/07/04 Canada’s Delays in Implementing Calls for Justice Costing Lives – UBCIC Advocates for Federal MMIWG2S+ Legislation
2023/07/04 Assembly of First Nations Welcomes Federal Court Ruling in IPCO Motion on First Nations Policing Funding
 
Home Page: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (43-44): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/07/14 Former justice minister pays surprise visit to AFN assembly, lambastes Liberals’ UNDRIP action plan
 
Home Page: Church Apologies and Reconciliation (58-61): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/07/25 Maskwacis Pope anniversary: One year later, a need for more action
2023/07/22 Residential school survivors still waiting for next steps a year after papal visit
 
Home Page: Missing Children and Burial Information (71-76): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/07/30 TABLE: Residential Schools that have discovered unmarked graves
2023/07/21 Anishinabe nation in Manitoba prepares to excavate 14 anomalies
2023/07/19 Senate committee to question groups that have not released residential school records
 
Home Page: National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (77-78): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/07/20 Senate committee demands to know why all residential school records have yet to be turned over
 
Home Page: Media and Reconciliation (84-86): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/07/28 Yes, the Barbie movie was tainted by the smallpox remark — here’s why it matters
 
Call to Action # 92: Business and Reconciliation (92)
2023/07/31 Hydro One with the support of nine First Nations partners seeks approval to construct the Waasigan Transmission Line Project from the Ontario Energy Board
 
Home Page: Drinking Water Advisories: Other Issues
2023/07/25 Shoal Lake 40 sues Canada, Winnipeg for years without drinking water, road access
 
Home Page: Environment: Other Issues
2023/07/20 New forest surveillance system exposes ongoing old growth logging in British Columbia, amid ongoing calls for transparency
2023/07/19 Canadian wildfires hit Indigenous communities hard, threatening their land and culture
2023/07/14 Wildfires are disproportionately harming Indigenous communities
2023/07/11 Yukon First Nation unhappy with cleanup of abandoned mine
2023/07/05 UNESCO report on Wood Buffalo National Park shows urgent need to fix problems, First Nation says
2023/07/05 Wood Buffalo National Park still on environmental threat list; UNESCO calls for action on oilsands
 
Home Page: Suicide Prevention: Other Issues
2023/07/19 This First Nation’s youth attempt suicide at alarming rates. A new study suggests it’s linked to residents’ exposure to dumped mercury
 
Home Page: Treaties and Land Claims: Other Issues
2023/07/31 Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek Resolves to Protect Its Treaty Rights Against Unconstitutional Mining Claim Registration
2023/07/27 RECONCILIATION AND ABORIGINAL TITLE: CASE COMMENT ON THE NUCHATLAHT V BRITISH COLUMBIA
2023/07/27 First Nations have new weapon in traditional land disputes with Sask. government — maps
2023/07/21 Tahltan Nation Opposes Doubleview Gold Corporation’s Operations in Tahltan Territory
2023/07/21 Members from several First Nations rally against northern Ontario mining plans
2023/07/19 Chiefs continue to press feds on its land back and NRTA shortcomings
2023/07/13 First Nation takes Ontario to court over Ring of Fire road
2023/07/11 DFO says it has enough resources to monitor Indigenous lobster fishing in Nova Scotia
2023/07/11 Nuclear waste issue must be resolved before new facility can be explored, says Saugeen Ojibway Nation
2023/07/05 N.B. has set more land aside for the maple syrup industry. Not everybody is happy
2023/07/03 Ontario is still appealing the Robinson Treaties case to the Supreme Court, despite proposed settlement
 

Background Content

Home Page: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation: Government Commitments
2023/07/17 Kill the bill, say First Nations as they unite in opposition to Métis self-governance legislation
2023/07/14 ONWA amplifying Indigenous women’s voices at Women Deliver 2023 Conference
2023/07/13 Assembly of First Nations Advance First Nations Priorities at Annual General Assembly
2023/07/12 WAG-Qaumajuq and the Manitoba Inuit Association celebrate new agreement in support of Inuit
2023/07/04 Chiefs of Ontario Remain United in Protecting First Nations Rights from Bill C-53
 
Home Page: Education (6-12): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/07/18 Teach For Canada–Gakinaamaage’s Annual Summer Enrichment Program, Led by Indigenous Leaders, Northern Teachers, and Education Experts, Prepares Teachers to Fill Roles in Northern First Nations
2023/07/02 Fanshawe launching Anishinaabemowin immersion program
 
Home Page: Language and Culture (13-17): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/07/31 The Case for Changing Powell River’s Name
2023/07/26 Neqotkuk welcomes 63 children into the community through ceremony
2023/07/24 Celebration of Metis culture takes place at Back to Batoche Days
2023/07/24 Paddlers push off on powerful voyage to reclaim Indigenous cultures across Pacific Northwest
2023/07/15 Indigenous culture in the spotlight at North American Indigenous Games in Halifax
2023/07/10 Nunavut Day celebration in Winnipeg offers growing Inuit community chance to share culture
2023/07/04 Magnetawan First Nation Cultural Teachings gathering features clan teachings
 
Home Page: Health (18-24): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/07/12 Leading Indigenous Health Organizations Collaborate to Support Indigenous Diabetes Wellness
 
Call to Action # 18: Health (18-24)
2023/07/25 First Nations Health Social Secretariat of Manitoba Introduces PrescribeIT e-Prescribing for Enhanced Health Care Delivery
 
Home Page: Justice (25-42): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/07/13 Assembly of First Nations Strongly Denounces Refusal to Search the Prairie Green Landfill for Missing First Nations Women
 
Home Page: Youth Programs (66): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/07/19 SOI Foundation Returns to Torngat Mountains National Park
 
Home Page: Business and Reconciliation (92): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/07/11 BCAFN Releases Report Highlighting First Nations Vital and Significant Economic Contributions
2023/07/09 Indigenous leaders strive for economic growth as they tout B.C. LNG
2023/07/02 Indigenous tourism — which offers sustainability and cultural connection — is booming in Canada
 
Home Page: Drinking Water Advisories: Other Issues
2023/07/13 Ogemawahj Tribal Council and Water First announce new training internship for water treatment plant operators
 
Home Page: Environment: Other Issues
2023/07/29 How Indigenous leaders are teaching youth on reserves to help their communities cope with disasters
2023/07/27 Kahnawà:ke's bay restoration hailed as an example of Indigenous-led conservation
2023/07/18 First Nations’ climate lens focuses in on strategy to tackle climate emergency
2023/07/12 Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Adopts Transformative National Climate Strategy
2023/07/05 KOTUG Canada Provides First State-of-the-Art Dual Fuel Methanol Escort Tugs for Trans Mountain’s Expanded Operations on Canada’s West Coast
 
Home Page: Housing: Other Issues
2023/07/04 Métis Financial Corporation of British Columbia Launches Grant to Support Métis First-time Home Buyers
 
Home Page: Treaties and Land Claims: Other Issues
2023/07/31 Big River Camps issues apology for trespassing on Labrador Inuit Lands
2023/07/26 Gitanmaax Reaches Major Milestone with Settlement of Historical Claim Against Canada
 
Home Page: Urban Commitments to Reconciliation: Other Issues
2023/07/25 Two new Friendship Centres established to serve urban Indigenous communities in Elliot Lake and Kingston
2023/07/06 City of Humboldt committed to reconciliation all-year round
 

Indigenous Success Stories

Home Page: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation: Government Commitments
2023/07/28 An Indigenous perspective on the Canada jay
2023/07/17 Dr. Sheryl Lightfoot appointed United Nations chair on Indigenous peoples’ rights
 
Home Page: Education (6-12): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/07/19 Inspiring the next generation of Indigenous scholars
 
Home Page: Media and Reconciliation (84-86): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/07/01 Remembering Annie Ford, champion of Inuktitut broadcasting
 
Home Page: Business and Reconciliation (92): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/07/05 Indigenous Leaders; Turning silver into gold

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