What’s New in Indigenous Watchdog: 192 new entries: Oct. 1 – Oct. 31, 2023


59 Positive Actions vs 95 Negative Actions

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

Not StartedStalledIn ProgressComplete
15204613
16.0%21.3%48.9%13.8%
StatusLegacy Calls to Action
(1-42) + 50-52, 62-65
Reconciliation Calls to Action
(43-94)
Not Started2, 9, 10, 26, 34, 42, 51, 52, 6445, 46, 47, 55, 56, 89
Stalled6, 8, 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)

SectionJan. 31Mar. 1Mar. 31Apr. 30May 31June 30July 31Aug. 31Sept. 31Oct. 31YTD
Current Reality413424212124
Current Problems588311487837696988495874
Legacy C2As26203327303824391622275
Reconciliation C2As311219111617161611131
Govt. Commitments32549131611151391
Other Issues131610231518513113
Background Content31364436147
Total1071331861541501651862011821921,655
Indigenous Success Stories95371311587472

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
  • Background Content provides additional context for Calls to Action and/or Themes
  • Multiple entries for on an “Action or Commitment” or “Current Problem” have only been counted once

Current Reality Updates

DateC2A ThemeDescription
Oct. 24Child WelfareJudge approves historic $23B First Nations child welfare compensation agreement
Government Commitments
Actions and Commitments
Current Problems
Background Content
Indigenous Success Stories
 

Government Commitments

Home Page: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation: Government Commitments
2023/10/31 Inuit-Crown Partnership Committee Leaders met in Ottawa to drive progress on shared priorities for building a prosperous Inuit Nunangat
2023/10/31 NDP government allows Manitoba Hydro to deal directly with Indigenous nations again
2023/10/31 $300K safety pilot program based on Bear Clan Patrol coming to downtown Whitehorse
2023/10/27 Public Advisory: Premier Furey to Deliver Apologies to Residential Schools Survivors in Nunatsiavut
2023/10/27 Manitoba premier resets relationship with families at Winnipeg ceremony
2023/10/26 Manitoba Premier Wab Kinew Releases First Set of Ministerial Mandate Letters
2023/10/25 First Nations advocates for landfill search look forward to meeting with Manitoba's new premier
2023/10/20 Senate Gives First Nations Gaming Bill a Second Reading
2023/10/18 Manitoba Premier Wab Kinew and New Government Sworn In
2023/10/18 Statement from Ontario Regional Chief Glen Hare and The Honourable Greg Rickford, Minister of Indigenous Affairs Ontario
2023/10/15 Louis Riel to receive honorary title as Manitoba's 1st premier, Wab Kinew promises
2023/10/13 Apology being planned to Nunatsiavut residential school survivors in Hopedale
2023/10/11 Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq and Government of Canada sign historic Framework Agreement, a milestone in delivering housing and infrastructure services in Mi’kmaw communities
2023/10/05 What Wab Kinew’s victory in Manitoba means for the rest of Canada: ‘One party united the vote and the other party divided’
2023/10/04 Feds announce $740K to further study Winnipeg-area landfill search
2023/10/03 Solid NDP win cements Kinew as 1st First Nations premier in Manitoba history
 
Home Page: Environment: Other Issues
2023/10/24 New coastal First Nations deal maps ‘future’ of forestry in B.C.
2023/10/19 New Government of Canada Legislation Tabled to Protect Canada’s Natural Wonders
2023/10/16 ‘We have a vision to protect our lands that is more sacred to us’: Finance agreement signals future conservation boom in N.W.T.
2023/10/13 Major Milestone Reached in Indigenous-Led Initiative to Sustain Lands and Support Community Economic Development Across the NWT
2023/10/06 Haeckle Hill is the North’s first entirely Indigenous-owned clean energy project
 
Home Page: Housing: Other Issues
2023/10/26 Families, elders, individuals and people living with disabilities from the Lax Kw’alaams Band will soon have access to 70 new affordable homes, with construction underway on a new apartment building near Prince Rupert
2023/10/23 Nova Scotia Housing Plan Released
2023/10/12 Building affordable homes in Yellowknife
2023/10/03 B.C. court rejects challenge to huge Squamish Nation housing project in Vancouver
 
Home Page: Treaties and Land Claims: Other Issues
2023/10/19 Federal Court affirms validity of recognition of Listuguj Mi’gmaq First Nation’s rights and Indigenous laws regarding its fisheries in agreement with Canada
2023/10/19 Additional New Treaty Boundary Highway Signs Unveiled
2023/10/18 Annual Report highlights innovations advancing reconciliation and treaty negotiations
2023/10/18 Consultations continue as 2 First Nations work toward road to Ring of Fire in northern Ontario
 

Actions and Commitments

Call to Action # 1: Child Welfare (1-5)
2023/10/24 Judge approves historic $23B First Nations child welfare compensation agreement
2023/10/10 15 New homes for women, children and young adults coming to Hazelton
2023/10/05 Simpcw expands prevention services to urban families through new agreement
 
Call to Action # 4: Child Welfare (1-5)
2023/10/05 Simpcw expands prevention services to urban families through new agreement
 
Call to Action # 14: Language and Culture (13-17)
2023/10/02 Residential schools tried to eradicate Mi'kmaw. The language needs help to survive
 
Call to Action # 15: Language and Culture (13-17)
2023/10/23 To sustain hope for Indigenous language revitalization funding must change
 
Call to Action # 18: Health (18-24)
2023/10/30 Health Canada announces more than $21 million to support community-based organizations who are helping address harms related to substance use
2023/10/24 Statement from the Chief Public Health Officer of Canada on her annual report 2023: Creating the Conditions for Resilient Communities: A Public Health Approach to Emergencies
2023/10/20 Government of Canada and partners invest more than $26 million to advance integrated health care in Canada
2023/10/19 Alberta to implement recommendations to improve access to health care
2023/10/19 Alberta to address anti-Indigenous racism in provincial healthcare system
2023/10/09 Province acts to address Indigenous racism in health care
2023/10/03 MN–S opens one-stop health and well-being community hub – Ma Faamii
 
Call to Action # 22: Health (18-24)
2023/10/24 Demand for Indigenous healing work helping to decolonize health-care system
2023/10/10 Letter of Relationship signed between Indigenous Health Circle and Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital
2023/10/04 Cornwall, Ont., hospital hires new Indigenous patient navigator
 
Call to Action # 27: Justice (25-42)
2023/10/11 Call for Reconciliation Roster Members
 
Call to Action # 29: Justice (25-42)
2023/10/20 Residential school healing retreat had Métis survivors giggling, 'staying up until 12:30 a.m.'
 
Call to Action # 41: Justice (25-42)
2023/10/19 Second Annual Accountability Forum on Yukon’s MMIWG2S+ Strategy concludes in Whitehorse
2023/10/19 Funding Awarded for 15 Indigenous Violence Prevention Initiatives
2023/10/11 The Governments of Canada and Yukon sign bilateral agreement to end gender-based violence
2023/10/05 Monument for MMIWG unveiled in Yellowknife
 
Call to Action # 80: Commemoration (79-83)
2023/10/02 Statement by the Prime Minister on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
 
Call to Action # 82: Commemoration (79-83)
2023/10/02 Planting the seeds of reconciliation
 
Call to Action # 87: Sports and Reconciliation (87-91)
2023/10/02 “Connor and Trina are recognized within their sport and are inspirational role models for Indigenous athletes across the country.” —Rob Newman, president, Aboriginal Sport Circle
 
Call to Action # 90: Sports and Reconciliation (87-91)
2023/10/16 Haudenosaunee Nationals a step closer to being in the Olympics with inclusion of lacrosse
 
Call to Action # 92: Business and Reconciliation (92)
2023/10/31 Provincial Government Introduces Amendments to the Mineral Act
2023/10/25 Promoting regional economic growth
2023/10/24 BMO Introduces BMO for Indigenous Entrepreneurs Program
2023/10/24 Reconciliation Energy Transition Inc. and Sumitomo Corporation of Americas Announce Exclusivity Agreement for Carbon Transportation and Sequestration Project in Alberta, Canada
2023/10/23 AtkinsRéalis Launches ReconciliACTION Plan, Deepening Long Term Commitment to Indigenous Relations
2023/10/20 Hydro One awarded Gold level Progressive Aboriginal Relations certification for company’s commitment to Reconciliation
2023/10/16 CanAlaska Executes Exploration Agreement with Ya’thi Néné Lands and Resources
 

Current Problems

Home Page: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation: Government Commitments
2023/10/31 Quebec electoral commission passes on giving Nunavik its own federal riding
2023/10/31 Indigenous staff press ahead with discrimination lawsuit against on-reserve oil and gas agency
2023/10/30 Proposed legislation to amend the Indian Act continues discrimination it’s designed to end, say MPs
2023/10/27 Southern Chiefs Pass Resolutions Supporting the Wellness of SCO Citizens at Latest Summit
2023/10/27 Métis presidents urge standing committee to pass Bill C-53 without amendments
2023/10/24 Make a decision on the MNO’s historic communities, judge tells Métis National Council
2023/10/23 Canada using 'outdated' treaty to do end run around Indigenous rights in U.S.: court documents 
2023/10/20 Innu Nation pulling out of N.L. premier's Indigenous roundtable
2023/10/19 Allegations of Indigenous identity fraud could affect lawsuit by Native Council of Nova Scotia 
2023/10/14 Australians vote ‘No’ to an Indigenous Voice to Parliament
2023/10/13 CSIS warning Inuit leaders about covert foreign investment in Arctic, documents show
2023/10/12 A need for action on reconciliation
2023/10/11 Former Indigenous Relations minister was warned against signing 2019 MOU with Labrador group
2023/10/11 ‘How is that reconciliation?’: Hereditary Gitxsan Nation chiefs rally for their rights
2023/10/09 Wolastoqey chiefs slam Higgs, ready to work with new government should election be called
2023/10/05 Province failing its Indigenous population, report says
2023/10/03 Trudeau Government Touted ‘Reconciliation,’ Then Lobbied To Arm States Repressing Indigenous Peoples
2023/10/02 We do not want pity, we want parity
2023/10/02 Weaponized by PCs, sidelined by NDP: Indigenous concerns largely absent from Manitoba election
2023/10/01 B.C. Conservative leader under fire for likening teaching of sexuality, gender to residential schools
 
Home Page: Child Welfare (1-5): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/10/27 Inquiry community meetings end with optimism in Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation 
2023/10/26 Government has to ‘keep focused’ and stop discriminating against First Nations kids says Blackstock
2023/10/26 Bill 37: A Bill that Misses the Mark
2023/10/23 AFN Presents Final Settlement Agreement for First Nations Children and Families to Federal Court of Canada
2023/10/23 Judge to decide fate of $23B First Nations child welfare compensation
2023/10/20 BC United, Greens Call for Children’s Minister to Resign After Damning Audit
2023/10/20 ‘He ruined so many lives’: Victim speaks out over release of social worker
2023/10/18 Exclusive: Audit Reveals Major Failures in MCFD Region Where Boy Died
2023/10/15 Ottawa fighting to avoid paying $80M in First Nations child welfare legal fees
2023/10/04 Child welfare lawsuit by Inuit that claims system is racist waiting for judge’s ruling
 
Home Page: Education (6-12): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/10/28 Acting Piapot chief, other Sask. Indigenous people react to CBC investigation into Buffy Sainte-Marie
2023/10/27 Who is the real Buffy Sainte-Marie?
2023/10/27 First Nations professors say Sainte-Marie story raises valid questions about artist’s Indigeneity
2023/10/26 Buffy Sainte-Marie speaks out regarding questions of Cree ancestry
2023/10/23 A high school in Northern Ontario reveals the long shadow of residential schools
2023/10/16 FNTI expresses concern about lack of resources to help Indigenous students
2023/10/05 Canada and the Culture Wars: Majority say legacy of colonialism still a problem, two-in-five disagree 
2023/10/02 Bill C-53 Rewards Indigenous Identity Theft – Statement by Minister Will Goodon
 
Call to Action # 7: Education (6-12)
2023/10/02 How a First Nations school in Thunder Bay, Ont., combines traditional and land-based learning
 
Home Page: Language and Culture (13-17): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/10/25 Cree School Board takes aim at language loss
 
Call to Action # 13: Language and Culture (13-17)
2023/10/27 Who is the real Buffy Sainte-Marie?
 
Home Page: Health (18-24): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/10/30 ‘Nunavut is scary’: Nurses speak out about toxic work environment
2023/10/27 Northern Ontario First Nations call for help amid mental health crisis
2023/10/05 FSIN appoints ombudsperson to investigate racism in health care
2023/10/02 Breaking the Cycle: Confronting Healthcare Disparities for Indigenous Peoples in Canada
 
Home Page: Justice (25-42): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/10/31 ‘Chronic underfunding’: 22 Quebec Indigenous police forces file rights complaint
2023/10/27 Working 118th: The legacy of Edmonton’s ‘killing fields’
2023/10/26 Limitations Legislation and Treaty Rights at the Supreme Court: First Peoples Law Report
2023/10/25 How Harper’s former ‘tough on crime’ adviser flipped to completely opposing prisons
2023/10/25 Family of Indigenous man killed in crash devastated, angry with police
2023/10/23 ‘I’m very emotional’: Family of Clarence Woodhouse reacts to bail release
2023/10/19 Death of Tyrone Blind triggers concerns over mental health support in prisons
2023/10/18 Watchdog finds race disparity in SIU probes into conduct
2023/10/18 B.C. imprisons people we should listen to
2023/10/18 Sask. asks court to penalize Anishinabe man over published jail videos experts say show torture
2023/10/16 Quebec coroner says more diligent police search could have saved life of Cree teen
2023/10/12 Ottawa woman, 97, charged with historical sexual assaults at residential, day schools
2023/10/11 ‘It will cost people their jobs’: Thunder Bay’s top cop Darcy Fleury says racism won’t be tolerated
2023/10/06 Pekuakamiulnuatsh Takuhikan before the Supreme Court of Canada for a fair funding of Indigenous police forces
2023/10/06 People accused of killing Indigenous women less likely to be charged with first-degree murder: study
2023/10/04 Years after scathing report into mistreatment of Indigenous people in Quebec, few calls to action imposed
 
Home Page: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (43-44): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/10/26 Gitxaala First Nation seeks B.C. court ruling that DRIPA has legal force
 
Home Page: Missing Children and Burial Information (71-76): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/10/30 Cadaver dogs searching for unmarked graves at former Kenora residential school site uncover 22 'alerts'
2023/10/17 First Nations leaders ask for Brandon campground to be expropriated
2023/10/14 After a century in an unnamed grave, an Inuk girl finally gets her name back
2023/10/03 Co-operation needed to fill in gaps on residential school deaths, says N.W.T. coroner
2023/10/02 Trudeau’s government tasked her with seeking justice for Indigenous children in unmarked graves. Now she says it’s stonewalling her
2023/10/02 Why Residential School Deaths Are Higher than Reported
 
Call to Action # 75: Missing Children and Burial Information (71-76)
2023/10/13 Survivors renew calls for demolition of former residential schools in N.W.T.
 
Home Page: National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (77-78): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/10/26 Senate Committee shocked by difficulties faced gathering residential school records from Catholic Church
2023/10/17 Delorme hopes to bridge the gap between government and witnesses for residential school records
 
Home Page: Media and Reconciliation (84-86): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/10/31 What the Unfolding Story of Buffy Sainte-Marie Tells Us about Reconciliation
 
Home Page: Business and Reconciliation (92): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/10/24 Trudeau Weighs Limits on Oil and Gas in Indigenous Resource Loan Plan
2023/10/12 Indigenous spotlight: The dangers of tokenism in Truth and Reconciliation
2023/10/12 Fish farm giant Mowi suing fisheries ministers, taxpayers for Discovery Islands closures
 
Home Page: Drinking Water Advisories: Other Issues
2023/10/19 A brief timeline of the First Nations drinking-water crisis
 
Home Page: Environment: Other Issues
2023/10/30 Forest range licence renewed without consultation, First Nation says
2023/10/26 Government of Canada Releases Interim Guidance on the Impact Assessment Act
2023/10/23 Kwanlin Dün First Nation reacts to UN report on climate funding
2023/10/20 Ford government scuttles First Nations’ conservation plans
2023/10/18 Climate change solutions need to keep Indigenous knowledge at centre of approach
2023/10/13 Former B.C. mining exec fined $30K for environmental violations — but First Nation says damage costs far more
2023/10/12 First Nation in B.C. ‘furious’ after federal government rejects order to protect owls
2023/10/12 Climate change threatens winter roads connecting northern Ontario's remote communities
2023/10/04 Coastal Gaslink Is Facing 11 More Potential Fines
2023/10/03 B.C. Ombudsperson says the province needs Indigenous-led disaster relief services
2023/10/03 Imperial Oil knew Kearl oilsands was leaking tailings into groundwater for years
 
Home Page: Food Insecurity: Other Issues
2023/10/13 Grocers pocketing over half of federal hunger subsidy for the North
 
Home Page: Housing: Other Issues
2023/10/16 Indigenous housing expert in BC delivers urgent message to Ottawa
 
Home Page: Suicide Prevention: Other Issues
2023/10/05 'Alarming' suicide rates in northern Ontario, Sudbury health unit says
 
Home Page: Treaties and Land Claims: Other Issues
2023/10/30 Despite opposition and environmental violations, major B.C. pipeline project nearly complete
2023/10/27 Why Are Indigenous Fisheries Still Drawing Anger and Violence?
2023/10/23 Thousands protest, demanding Ontario government stop mining on First Nations’ lands
2023/10/20 Community copy of Treaty 3 believed to be last in existence on display at human rights museum
2023/10/15 More than 50 Indigenous fish harvesters in the Maritimes face charges or on trial
2023/10/13 10 years after RCMP raided N.B. anti-fracking camp, Aboriginal title claim ongoing
2023/10/13 Bloc Quebécois stands with Algonquin Nation against proposed nuclear waste site 
2023/10/12 Supreme Court hears arguments on time limitations to bring claims of treaty obligation breaches
2023/10/10 Inside the battle over the Ring of Fire in northern Ontario
2023/10/06 Ontario Mining Minister George Pirie is about to get a lot more powerfu
 
Home Page: Urban Commitments to Reconciliation: Other Issues
2023/10/19 Discovery of Indigenous artifacts hindering the rebuild of Lytton, B.C.: Mayor
 

Background Content

Home Page: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation: Government Commitments
2023/10/31 Inuit-Crown Partnership Committee Leaders met in Ottawa to drive progress on shared priorities for building a prosperous Inuit Nunangat
 
Home Page: Child Welfare (1-5): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/10/03 Empowering Indigenous Youth in Care as They Transition to Adulthood: Critical Actions for Philanthropy and Policy
 
Call to Action # 1: Child Welfare (1-5)
2023/10/05 MMF breaks ground on transitional housing for kids in care
 
Home Page: Education (6-12): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/10/30 Being Indigenous goes well beyond blood
2023/10/24 Historic human bones found in landfill to be repatriated to First Nation
2023/10/24 Launch of the First Nations Preschool Cycle Program
2023/10/20 Montreal museum brings together unprecedented collection of historical wampum belts
2023/10/20 Centennial College’s new building prioritizes Indigenous inclusivity and sustainability
2023/10/16 University of Toronto implements tuition-free initiative for 9 First Nations near its campuses
 
Home Page: Language and Culture (13-17): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/10/25 Honing my skills on husks at the Six Nations community corn harvest
2023/10/23 Mi'kmaw language users can now text with new Apple keyboard
2023/10/20 Sasakwe: ORIGINS OF THE HEALING JINGLE DRESS
2023/10/19 Weaving together Indigenous wisdom and Western science for a sustainable future
2023/10/06 Jeremy Dutcher's debut album blew up. His next one is even more ambitious
 
Home Page: Health (18-24): Legacy Calls to Action
2023/10/22 Indigenous students lead the way in new McGill course on Indigenous health care
2023/10/05 A Historic Partnership for Indigenous Health and Wellness
2023/10/03 Kids Help Phone continues its commitment to support First Nations, Inuit and Métis young people from coast to coast to coast with renewed action plan
 
Call to Action # 18: Health (18-24)
2023/10/12 AMC Celebrates Historic Grand Opening of the Howard Halcrow Health Centre
2023/10/11 Launching BC First Nations Perspective on Quality and Pathway for Quality Improvement
 
Call to Action # 22: Health (18-24)
2023/10/03 New USask Indigenous health department first of its kind in Canada
 
Call to Action # 26: Justice (25-42)
2023/10/26 Limitations Legislation and Treaty Rights at the Supreme Court: First Peoples Law Report
 
Call to Action # 29: Justice (25-42)
2023/10/19 Former St. Anne's nun 8th person charged for alleged abuses at that residential school
 
Home Page: Youth Programs (66): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/10/05 Scouts Canada issues apology for role in ‘historical harm’ on Indigenous Peoples
 
Call to Action # 80: Commemoration (79-83)
2023/10/02 AFN Acknowledges National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Calls for Accelerated Action Towards Reconciliation
 
Home Page: Media and Reconciliation (84-86): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/10/19 Telefilm Canada releases its Indigenous Reconciliation Plan
 
Home Page: Business and Reconciliation (92): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/10/27 This is what economic reconciliation looks like
2023/10/25 McLeod Lake Indian Band signs with province, regulatory agency to lead $7B clean energy project
2023/10/24 Anishinabek Nation kicks-off inaugural Anishinabek Nation Economic Development Opportunities Forum
2023/10/19 Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and Global Affairs Canada release Adàwe: Export Experiences of Indigenous Entrepreneurs report
2023/10/19 Bank of Canada paper on Indigenous economy highlights the data deficits that hamper progress
2023/10/18 An Overview of the Indigenous Economy in Canada
2023/10/18 KPMG in Canada invests $250,000 to support Indigenous business students at the University of Alberta
 
Call to Action # 92: Business and Reconciliation (92)
2023/10/12 Investors need disclosure on Indigenous representation; the CSA should require it
 
Home Page: Environment: Other Issues
2023/10/31 A coastal First Nation’s Guardians are ‘testing the water’ to prepare for climate change 
2023/10/03 Tŝilhqot’in National Government Releases Mining Policy
 
Home Page: Housing: Other Issues
2023/10/06 First Nations Housing Professionals Association to transition the Centre of Excellence on Matrimonial Real Property from the National Aboriginal Land Managers Association
 
Home Page: Treaties and Land Claims: Other Issues
2023/10/29 Aboriginal Rights as a Tool of Colonialism: Part Four: First People's Law Report
 

Indigenous Success Stories

Home Page: Government Commitments to Truth and Reconciliation: Government Commitments
2023/10/13 Mel Bevan, who led B.C. First Nation to cusp of historic treaty, has died
 
Home Page: Media and Reconciliation (84-86): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/10/11 ‘We know who we are’: Métis voices at the forefront of new journal
 
Home Page: Business and Reconciliation (92): Reconciliation CTAs (43-94)
2023/10/30 CEO of PLATO named EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2023 Atlantic
 
Home Page: Environment: Other Issues
2023/10/31 Massive tent celebrating Canada’s land, water ‘guardians’ raised on Parliament Hill

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