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Enjoy the songs and stories as told by local Indigenous songwriters – CBC

One playlist, countless voices you need to hear Jun 17, 2020 Our communities are rich with Indigenous artists who are creating work that is thoughtful, entertaining, contemporary and current. Some of these artists use their voice to push boundaries and put their history, and the history of their ancestors, front and centre, while others use it to express […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 202029 Views

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Wanuskewin goes digital to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day – Saskatoon StarPhoenix

The coronavirus pandemic put a temporary halt to programs at Wanuskewin, but the park has no plans to let Indigenous Peoples Day pass unacknowledged. On Sunday afternoon, people can join the festivities from the comfort of home via the Wanuskewin Facebook page, which will stream a live program of music, dancing, storytelling and more, hosted […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 202032 Views

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A women’s ceremony took place in Saskatoon to offer prayers of healing to all nations – APTN News

Jun 16, 2020 The Saskatoon survivor’s circle, a group of elders who are residential school survivors, held a women’s ceremony to offer prayers for survivors, community children in care and everyone affected by racism and the global pandemic. Approximately 100 women participated in the powerful woman’s ceremony at Reconciliation Circle in Saskatoon. Read More: https://www.aptnnews.ca/national-news/a-womens-ceremony-took-place-in-saskatoon-to-offer-prayers-of-healing-to-all-nations/

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 202035 Views

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Plans changing this year for June 21 National Indigenous Peoples Day – The Battlefords News-Optimist

June 9, 2020 The celebrations aren’t going to take place in the usual way in the Battlefords for National Indigenous People’s Day on June 21. Normally, North Battleford sees Indigenous celebrations downtown on that date, including live entertainment and the annual pancake breakfast put on by Battle River Treaty 6 Health Centre. But COVID-19 and […]

by ahnationtalk on June 9, 202046 Views

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National Indigenous History Month: Christine Marie – 680 News

June is National Indigenous History Month. Entrepreneur Christine Marie , who started the online store Awasis Boutique, talks about embracing her culture and why she wants others to learn about it too. Read More: https://www.680news.com/video/2020/06/09/national-indigenous-history-month-christine-marie/

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A question of legacy: Cree writing and the origin of the syllabics – CBC

Language history was made in Canada almost 180 years ago, but not everyone agrees on whose history it was. In the northern reaches of what is now Manitoba, at Norway House, a Christian hymn was printed in Cree syllabics — a script alien to the Western eye. The syllabics are a writing system that represents […]

by ahnationtalk on June 2, 202068 Views

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Royal Sask. Museum marks Indigenous History Month – Regina Leader-Post

The Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) is streaming a special series of online programs to celebrate National Indigenous History Month. “National Indigenous History Month is an important opportunity for anyone to learn about, share in and enjoy Indigenous culture in all its richness and diversity,” Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Gene Makowsky said in a news […]

by ahnationtalk on June 2, 202063 Views

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Celebrate National Indigenous History Month With The RSM

June 1, 2020 To celebrate National Indigenous History Month, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) is streaming a special series of online programs to recognize the unique cultures and contributions of the Indigenous people of Saskatchewan. “National Indigenous History Month is an important opportunity for anyone to learn about, share in and enjoy Indigenous culture in […]

by ahnationtalk on June 1, 202069 Views

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Decisions about Indigenous ceremonies lie with community leaders, says Trudeau – CBC

Sask. Premier Scott Moe says there should be no exceptions to 10-person limit on gatherings May 14, 2020 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has responded to concerns about police attending a traditional ceremony at a Saskatchewan First Nation over compliance with a public health order, for which Premier Scott Moe says there should be no exceptions. […]

by ahnationtalk on May 15, 2020111 Views

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RCMP attendance at Indigenous ceremony raises ire of chief – National Observer

May 14th 2020 An Indigenous leader is telling the RCMP to stay off reserve land after armed officers were dispatched to break up a sacred ceremony. “These are First Nations lands. This is Indian land. Stay off our lands unless you are invited,” said Chief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations. Public […]

by ahnationtalk on May 14, 2020107 Views

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