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2015/05/24 16:43
2015/05/24 16:43
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A conference celebrating Canadian studies was a natural fit for Trent University to host. Contesting Canada's Future looks at Canadian studies past, present and future from multidisciplinary...
2015/05/24 16:43
2015/05/24 16:43
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2015/05/24 14:56
2015/05/24 14:56
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In celebration of our First Nations peoples, National Aboriginal Day will held on Sunday, June 21 at the town's Centennial Park. Last year's event at Riverside Park in Pembroke attracted more than...
2015/05/23 05:48
2015/05/23 05:48
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On Friday, May 22, students and staff from Sudbury’s École secondaire du Sacré-Cœur celebrated the completion of the construction of a 13-foot birch-bark canoe with an official launch ceremony. This...
2015/05/22 14:28
2015/05/22 14:28
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Peninsula Shores District School in Wiarton was the scene of Spirit Horse, a travelling theatre performance presented by Roseneath Theatre in Toronto, Ontario’s largest professional touring company....
2015/05/22 12:08
2015/05/22 12:08
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In the 1840s, the Canadian government established the Indian Residential School system, a network of church-run boarding schools created to forcibly assimilate indigenous children into the dominant...
2015/05/22 00:52
2015/05/22 00:52
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There is an evolved sense of belonging around the stadium — we don't have to mention which one do we? — these days. First, the darn thing's actually open. This is not a misprint. It's finally ours,...
2015/05/22 00:30
2015/05/22 00:30
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... “hashtag” and “facetime” are among 6,500 brash new entries in the Scrabble “bible” that reflect the Internet age but have left traditionalists squirming. The number of new words in...
2015/05/21 23:16
2015/05/21 23:16
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... One of the most widely used Scrabble dictionaries is making room for 6,500 new entries. The hard-core will want to make note of quinzhee, an Inuit show shelter that the BBC notes will rack up 29...
2015/05/21 23:03
2015/05/21 23:03
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This month Zawya’s Hybrid Reels (6-26 May) featureed a week of narrative followed by a week of anthropological films, with the latter including snippets on the history of documentary as an...
2015/05/20 21:15
2015/05/20 21:15
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Barbecue Board: market style fare served with baked beans, potato salad, buttermilk bread, pickles and 'cue sauce, at The Granary in the Pearl Brewery complex in San Antonio on Wednesday, Jan. 30,...
2015/05/20 18:56
2015/05/20 18:56
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What does it mean to be reconciled? How can the wounds suffered in Canada’s residential schools be healed? Aboriginal people today still don’t have access to clean water, healthy food or decent...
2015/05/20 12:33
2015/05/20 12:33
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Europe’s ban on seal products has been awful for Greenland’s Inuits, and for seals The waters around Greenland are overpopulated with seals, and a lack of demand for seal products gives no one an...
2015/05/18 15:18
2015/05/18 15:18
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And she's started to 'upcycle' the dolls that influence our young people. Painted lady: Lizette Flores was fed up with the unrealistic dolls in her daughter's toy box Lizette Flores has founded...
2015/05/18 02:38
2015/05/18 02:38
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SEATTLE (AP) - Hundreds of activists decked out in neoprene wetsuits and life jackets took to the waters of Elliott Bay on Saturday in kayaks, canoes, paddleboards and other vessels to send the...
2015/05/18 00:39
2015/05/18 00:39
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Perhaps they’ll call it Ingalangaittuqsiurvik – an Inuit word meaning “standing in an elevated place where you can see far distances.” That’s one of the names suggested for a proposed Inuit...
2015/05/17 19:12
2015/05/17 19:12
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... will never stop being surprised that people like my music,” Tanya Tagaq tells me seriously before roaring with laughter. “I can feed my children because people are freaks!” Even down a bad phone...
2015/05/16 00:05
2015/05/16 00:05
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My guest today is Andrew Solomon, journalist, lecturer and best-selling author of The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression[Scribner, 2001]. JB: Welcome to OpEdNews, Andrew. Your book won many awards...
2015/05/14 23:35
2015/05/14 23:35
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A spirited performance played out Thursday at Harriett Todd Public School to give local students a better understanding of issues surrounding First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples. Spirit Horse is a...
2015/05/14 16:20
2015/05/14 16:20
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A bronze cannon, fine plates and glassware are just a few of the latest artefacts recovered from Sir John Franklin's ill-fated HMS Erebus that met its end about 170 years ago in the High Arctic. Last...
2015/05/14 12:20
2015/05/14 12:20
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VANCOUVER - An aboriginal group has rejected an offer of about $1 billion in return for supporting a liquefied natural gas export terminal led by Malaysian national oil company Petronas, community...
2015/05/24 16:43
2015/05/24 16:43
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