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  1. What Does Manigotagan Mean?

    That question was asked of me at my favourite pub back in mid April. Google didn't have much on it so I asked on Facebook and lo and behold the answer came. The Anishinaabemowin phrase mannuh-gundahgan means bad throat. About five kilometres ... Updated May 22, 2017 at 2:40 PM

  2. New look to Indigenous Music Countdown

    First Nations Voice has been carrying some form of the Indigenous Music Countdown, it was formerly the Aboriginal Music Countdown, since last year.

    "The name change is in recognition of the term Indigenous, now commonly ... Updated May 22, 2017 at 2:22 PM

  3. Boreal Boo-Boo

    What would have caused a leading eco-activist organization to sue Environment Minister Catharine McKenna? Hadn't she single-handedly led the way in restoring Canada's tarnished environmental reputation after the Harper government's decade of ... Updated May 22, 2017 at 2:36 PM

  4. this river wins Canadian Screen Award for Best Short Documentary

    For this trio of superlative women, even they doubted that their documentary "this river" would win the Canadian Screen Award for Best Short Documentary.

    Katherena Vermette, Alicia Smith and co-director Erika MacPherson ... Updated April 03, 2017 at 1:57 AM

  5. The First Nations Elections Act: A Great Step Forward

    The Indian Act election system used by many First Nations does not work. It has proven to be weak and creates instability for our communities and their economies. It has prevented First Nations from moving forward on important projects and ... Updated April 03, 2017 at 1:57 AM

  6. Richard Wagamese and the Pink Hat

    The tributes, accolades and homages have poured in since Richard Wagamese's untimely passing on March 10 and for good reason. The Anishinaabe scribe was a literary giant who had a way with words that even the bard would envy. When aspiring ... Updated April 03, 2017 at 1:57 AM

  7. Somebody needs to speak up

    In 1987 Cheryl Duck was a 15-year-old girl who lived at home with her parents and sibling in Winnipeg and was known to hitchhike on occasion.

    During the evening of December 4, 1987, Cheryl was seen at a number of hotels ... Updated April 03, 2017 at 1:54 AM

  8. The Manitoba First Nations School System: The Spirit of Wahbung

    The Manitoba First Nations School System (MFNSS), a First Nations-led initiative to create a new, culturally relevant, high-quality education system, commences operations in September 2017. The MFNSS will support First Nations schools, ... Updated March 07, 2017 at 5:40 PM

  9. Representation

    Many Canadians say a change is badly needed in how governments are elected, especially our Federal Government. The problem they say is that our government, at best, is elected by a minority of voters ? normally by less than half the voters ... Updated March 07, 2017 at 5:35 PM

  10. The Resources Paradox

    The Sixties Scoop ruling is another big win for First Nations - deservedly so when you look at the court's logic: 

    "The Sixties Scoop happened and great harm was done."

    "There is no dispute ... Updated March 07, 2017 at 5:31 PM

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