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Edmonton Oilers' outreach to Indigenous community reaches beyond pregame land recognition video

Edmonton Oilers' outreach to Indigenous community reaches beyond pregame land recognition video

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Before the puck drops and before 18,000 fans sing “O Canada” in unison at Edmonton Oilers home games, the audience hears from Chief Willie Littlechild.

Canada’s settler colonial violence in three acts: Calls for solidarity on National Indigenous Peoples Day

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‘Decolonizing Lens’: Winnipeg and virtual film series reflects the beauty of Indigenous worldviews

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BDC commits $250M to help Indigenous and Black-led businesses

BDC commits $250M to help Indigenous and Black-led businesses

MONTREAL — The Business Development Bank of Canada is committing $250 million to help Indigenous and Black-led businesses. The money comes as BDC also creates a new inclusive entrepreneurship team.
‘Fancy Dance’ with Lily Gladstone balances heartbreak, humor in story of a missing Indigenous woman

‘Fancy Dance’ with Lily Gladstone balances heartbreak, humor in story of a missing Indigenous woman

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Lily Gladstone knows the gravity stories about what she calls the “epidemic” of missing and murdered Indigenous people have. But she also values humor in telling those stories.
B.C.'s 'war in the woods' battlegrounds to be permanently protected

B.C.'s 'war in the woods' battlegrounds to be permanently protected

VICTORIA — Old-growth forests that were environmental and Indigenous rights battlegrounds over clearcut logging in the 1980s and 1990s during British Columbia's "war in the woods" are set to receive permanent protections in a land and forest manageme

Respectful canoeing means acknowledging Indigenous authority over the land and water

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4 First Nations sign deal with Ontario to build roads near Ring of Fire

4 First Nations sign deal with Ontario to build roads near Ring of Fire

Four First Nations have signed a deal with Ontario for new roads, other infrastructure projects and skills training as the province lays a foundation for plans to mine the mineral-rich Ring of Fire region.
Through connection to their land, Tarahumara runners are among Mexico's most beloved champions

Through connection to their land, Tarahumara runners are among Mexico's most beloved champions

CHIHUAHUA, México (AP) — Miguel Lara was born to run. It’s in his blood, his people’s history and tied to the land he calls “home.
Alberta First Nation seeks more control over historical resources on lands

Alberta First Nation seeks more control over historical resources on lands

An Alberta First Nation in the province's oilsands region is seeking more control over the traces left by ancestors on their traditional lands.