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Bridging the worlds of Traditional Indigenous Knowledge and academia – U Alberta

They’re learning everything that I was taught. I try to pass it all down to our Youth,” he says. Through his work with the Samson Cree Nation’s Youth and Sport Development department, he created the community freezer program, enabling Maskwacis Youth to learn traditional hunting practices while providing food for the community. At least twice […]

by ahnationtalk on April 23, 20243 Views

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Saddle Lake’s Terri Cardinal is new VP of Indigenous initiatives at MacEwan University – Lakeland Today

In an effort to seek greater participation from Indigenous and underrepresented learners, MacEwan University established its first associate vice-president, Indigenous Initiatives and Engagement position. SADDLE LAKE – In an effort to seek greater participation from Indigenous and underrepresented learners, MacEwan University has established its first associate vice-president, Indigenous Initiatives and Engagement position. Terri Cardinal, originally from […]

by ahnationtalk on April 23, 20243 Views

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Meet eight honorary degree recipients who are building a better world – Folio

April 23, 2024 A law professor who champions Indigenous Peoples’ rights, a search-and-rescue expert and a Nobel Prize-winning scientist who helped make laser eye surgery possible are among this year’s eight inspiring spring honorary degree recipients. “Honorary degrees are the university’s highest honour, recognizing people who inspire our students, who reflect the best of what […]

by ahnationtalk on April 23, 20248 Views

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Honouring Indigenous grads and Red Dress Day at 2024 Graduation Pow Wow

April 19, 2024 Once again, UWinnipeg will be honouring our Indigenous grads at the 19th annual Graduation Pow Wow on May 5, and this year’s event will be a bit different. The Grad Pow Wow, which in previous years has been in March, will be held on Sunday, May 5. The move was made to […]

by ahnationtalk on April 19, 20245 Views

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Student from Rocky View competes in top Indigenous law event – Cochrane Eagle

“I think it’s important to communicate to the public that things like Aboriginal title and FPIC don’t mean the end of resource development in Canada.” After competing in one of the country’s top Indigenous law events, longtime Rocky View County resident Henry Wearmouth concluded that reconciliation is not the end of natural resource development in […]

by ahnationtalk on April 16, 202411 Views

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Auditor General to highlight past recommendations at Standing Committee on Public Accounts Meeting with Education

The Standing Committee on Public Accounts is scheduled to meet on Tuesday, April 16 at 8 a.m. with Education about the ministry’s 2022–2023 annual report and the outstanding recommendations from our office. Auditor General Doug Wylie and Assistant Auditor General Rob Driesen will attend the meeting as support to the committee members. There are three outstanding recommendations […]

by ahnationtalk on April 16, 20249 Views

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St. Albert Bellerose Bulldogs welcome new football head coach – St Albert Gazette

Zach Wilkie calls high school football the ‘purest form of the sport’ Taking on the role of football head coach at Bellerose Composite High School is a bit of a homecoming for Zach Wilkie. Wilkie grew up in St. Albert, just a few blocks away from Bellerose. He finished high school at Paul Kane and […]

by ahnationtalk on April 3, 202417 Views

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New resource offers a starting point in the journey of Indigenous language revitalization – University of Alberta

March 28, 2024 Informative resource offers a foundation for creating or improving educational programs at every level from preschool to post-secondary. A new resource has been developed to support the work of Indigenous people, communities and organizations in language revitalization. Towards Indigenous Language Revitalization: An Informative Resource offers learners and communities ideas on what to […]

by ahnationtalk on March 28, 202422 Views

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Alberta women are waiting to become moms: report – Canada News

March 27, 2024 First-time mothers in Alberta are steadily increasing in age, suggests new data from the University of Calgary. Researchers with the School of Public Policy analyzed historical data from all Canadian provinces over 54 years and found first-time moms are getting older, especially here in Alberta. In its report, in 1965 a woman’s […]

by ahnationtalk on March 27, 202414 Views

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Curriculum overhaul must have genuine Métis inclusion, says Otipemisiwak Métis Government and Rupertsland Institute

[Edmonton, March 25] – The Otipemisiwak Métis Government and Rupertsland Institute call on the Alberta government to update the draft curriculum to ensure there is accurate representation and appropriate Métis content throughout the curriculum. “It is extremely disappointing that Alberta Education has yet again missed the mark on the draft curriculum and failed to include […]

by ahnationtalk on March 25, 202421 Views

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