Archive for October, 2011
Sunday, October 30th, 2011
First Nations in New Brunswick want a judicial review of the government’s decision to cut back on social welfare programs.
Negative stereotypes about Aboriginal people in mainstream newspapers Êhave two authors ‘Seeing Red…”
The Chair of the National Panel on Education gives Bamoseda an update halfway through it’s mandate.
The newly launched Idea Connector network promises to be the ‘go-to’ place for Aboriginal entrepreneurs.
Jason Ross – Call my name (CANCON)
Bruthers of Different Mothers – Speakers of Tomorrow (CANCON)
Derek Miller – Dirty Looks (CANCON)
Sunday, October 2nd, 2011
The Qalipu Band in Newfoundland now has formal recognition.
The Nmaachihna Indigenous Centre has opened its doors to students in Ontario, to teach the traditional way of First Nations life through hands-on exhibits.
In U.S history, The Lewis and Clark expedition from the early 1800′s is not often told through an Indigenous perspective, but one professor is trying to do just that.
A small group of people from northwestern Ontario went to Japan to share their community stories of mercury poisoning.
And one writer thinks there should be an Aboriginal parliament.
Buffy Saint Marie – Blue Sunday Ê(CANCON)
Don Amero – Life gets better (CANCON)
Digging Roots – Why don’t you do right (CANCON)