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Fighting for hope: Teens from Alberta First Nation record hip-hop track with a message – CBC

‘We were looking for a way to have a voice’ Sep 12, 2019 A group of teenagers and children from northern Alberta’s Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation have released their first single — a heavy hip-hop track with a powerful message. The lyrics of Fight for Hope touch on themes of addiction, healing through cultural tradition, […]

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Alberta medical examiner’s office may have lost ‘culture of respect,’ expert says for the dead – CBC

Dragging body on floor of rented refrigerated trailer ‘unconscionable,’ Herb Northcott says Sep 12, 2019 A professor who studies the sociology of dying says a CBC News video of a body being dragged on the floor of a trailer shows the culture of respect for the dead he had witnessed at Alberta’s Office of the […]

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16 year old Metis singer turning heads in Alberta – APTN News

September 11, 2019 Mary Stinchcombe, a 16 year old singer in Alberta, is getting a lot of attentions these days. The Metis singer is also getting a lot of airplay. She has two songs on Indigenous radio across the country and will soon be releasing her first CD. Read More: https://aptnnews.ca/2019/09/11/16-year-old-metis-singer-turning-heads-in-alberta/

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Retired federal judge goes back to university to tackle next challenge – Folio

September 12 2019 Influential Indigenous judge retires from Federal Court of Canada to promote Aboriginal restorative justice through graduate studies. Among the thousands of new students on campus this week is one you wouldn’t necessarily expect to see. A 75-year old just-retired judge is heading back to campus. Justice Leonard (Tony) Mandamin, who sat on […]

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Suicide-prevention resources for Indigenous youth – rdnewsnow.com

Sep 11, 2019 CALGARY- The Alberta government is using comic books to help prevent suicide among Indigenous and Metis youth. Alberta has one of the highest provincial rates of youth suicide in Canada and the rate among Indigenous youth is five to six times higher than the general population. Two graphic novels aimed at youth […]

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David Staples: Justin Trudeau bungles great opportunity to advance First Nations pipeline – The Western Star

The photo op we need to see during the 2019 federal election campaign is the photo op we likely won’t see. Who would be in the photo? Federal leaders Andrew Scheer, Jagmeet Singh, Elizabeth May and Justin Trudeau, each of them posing with leaders from the many dozens of First Nations across Western Canada who […]

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Council supports turning Acden lot into reserve land for ACFN, approves protecting chess park – Fort McMurray Today

September 10, 2019 Council will send a letter of support to the federal indigenous minister on behalf of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation after unanimously approving a request to back a request adding their band-owned company’s office in Fort McMurray to reserve. The property for Acden, the company in question, is located at 220 Taiganova […]

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Special night of music with Emmylou Harris, Sass Jordan and more to bridge the gap between industry, Indigenous communities and the arts – JWN

Sept. 11, 2019 A group of Canadian oil and gas leaders is bringing world-renowned artists including 14-time Grammy award winner Emmylou Harris and Canadian Queen of Rock Sass Jordan to the Jack Singer Concert Hall on October 29 for a special night of music and charity. In addition to raising funds for Indigenous Missing and […]

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High suicide rates for Indigenous youths sparks action from Alberta government – Calgary Herald

September 10, 2019 With Indigenous and Metis youths five to six times more likely to die by suicide than non-Indigenous youths, Alberta is faced with a public and mental-health crisis, according to an expert. Within the Indigenous community, the bulk of suicide deaths involve youths, whereas middle-aged men make up the majority of suicide deaths […]

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Construction of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion still faces hurdles – CityNews Edmonton

VANCOUVER — Barbara Gard calls her three-hectare property, nestled below the forested peak of Sumas Mountain, a “miniature Stanley Park.” Its lush trees and flowing creek reminded her of Vancouver’s majestic park, and she immediately knew she wanted to call it home. But she said her peaceful retreat in Abbotsford, B.C., now feels more like […]

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