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  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. Hey Cousin!

    "Hey cousin!" -- that greeting, seemingly straight-forward enough, means different things in different cultures. To the mainstream, cousin typically refers to a first cousin. The child of a parent's sibling. Second and third cousins are ... Updated March 03, 2017 at 2:45 AM

  4. The book launch for mitewacimowina:

    On an unusually warm evening on Thursday, January 19, a group of people, many of the non-Indigenous variety suprisingly, showed up at the McNally Robinson booksellers atrium to hear some First Nation writers share stories from a science fiction ... Updated February 05, 2017 at 3:23 PM

  5. Bring humanity back

    Violence to others and self-destruction by bomb, rifle, injection, pill or drink is all around. It is fast and slow and it is with us. If one believes the news, all too many people are in a world of isolation and pain. Images of PTSD, ... Updated February 05, 2017 at 3:20 PM

  6. Cleaning House

    In 1972 my family moved into a house on Ashburn Street. Two months later we moved out. It was too haunted for my mother's liking. We rented a house on Craig Street and mom bought the identical house next door when it came up for sale in 1977. ... Updated February 05, 2017 at 3:14 PM

  7. Arrested Development

    For a national daily to completely omit these legal and political benchmarks while in the process of project profiling Indigenous people, puts mainstream media under a fairness cloud. Perhaps not guilty of scapegoating, but the elicited ... Updated February 05, 2017 at 3:15 PM

  8. Fuel Your Mind with Adventures

    The New Year is a time for most people to focus on change. This is also the time when APTN rolls out a fresh line up of programming. With the first set of premieres is a collection featuring photography and adventure sports and an animated ... Updated January 05, 2017 at 12:37 AM

  9. Let's avoid the driving ingredients for movements

    Its undeniable, there is power in movements especially those that gain traction. The U.S. Core of Army Engineers' plan for the pipeline near Standing Rock changed with pressure from a movement. Many say that an anti-elite movement impacted the ... Updated January 05, 2017 at 12:31 AM

  10. Celebrating Indigenous Identity

    January is a time to reflect on what we've accomplished and to dream big for the coming year. When we look back at the University of Manitoba's efforts to advance Indigenous engagement and inclusion, there is much to celebrate and even more to ... Updated January 05, 2017 at 12:28 AM

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