Indigenous Western Canada

SABE, An Indigenous-led, Trauma-Informed Project Launches in Winnipeg’s Osborne Village

Reading Time: 2 minutes SABE, An Indigenous-led, Trauma-Informed Project Launches in Winnipeg’s Osborne Village A new provincially funded pilot project with the purpose of providing trauma-informed support and safety services was started today to Winnipeg’s Osborne Village. SABE Peace Walkers will be leading the project with the team focusing on Indigenous-led non-violent crisis interventions. A trauma-informed approach will be Read More…

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Storm, An Indigenous-Focused Basketball Club Shapes Tomorrow’s Leaders

Reading Time: 3 minutes Culley Kipling aims to provide young Indigenous boys with leadership skills through basketball to help them become strong and resilient men. Culley Kipling started the Junior Storm Basketball Program as part of the Manitoba Aboriginal Sports and Recreational Council (MASRC), to connect with Indigenous youth throughout the city and from rural Manitoba. He aims to Read More…

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Carriera Lamoureux Paving a Legacy for Indigenous Women in Sport and Excellence

Reading Time: 4 minutes Carriera Lamoureux, the first Indigenous female to officiate basketball in Manitoba, paves the way for young women in Winnipeg to reach for success through her active leadership in the community. Lamoureux spent most of her formative years living in Winnipeg’s North end, an experience she shares molded her into the person she is today. After Read More…

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The Government of Canada to Pay $20 Billion To Settle Lawsuit With Indigenous Family Services

Reading Time: 3 minutes The final settlement agreement has been years in the making! The Government of Canada, the Assembly of First Nations (AFT), and the plaintiffs in the Mushroom and Trout class actions announced the final settlement agreement regarding compensation for First Nations Child and Family Services. The Parties arrived at a final settlement agreement of $20 billion Read More…

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Canadians Commemorate Indigenous Veterans Day

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Canadian Government lowered the flags in commemoration of Indigenous Veterans On November 8, Canada celebrated Indigenous Veterans Day, to commemorate the Indigenous soldiers and their honourable history of serving in the Canadian Armed Forces. Ever since November 1994, Canada has established a national day to honour Indigenous Veterans who have a long history of great Read More…

P.C Minister Lagimodiere Defends Residential Schools First Day On The Job
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P.C Minister Lagimodiere Defends Residential Schools First Day On The Job

Reading Time: 2 minutes Lagimodiere’s introduction as Manitoba’s New Minister of Indigenous Reconciliation and Northern Relations was disastrous. By Maryam Razzaq Moments after Alan Lagimodiere is sworn in as the new Minister of Indigenous Reconciliation and Northern Relations by Premier Brian Pallister, he makes appalling and shocking remarks about the goal of residential schools.  At a time when Canada Read More…

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No Pride in Genocide

Reading Time: 2 minutes Protestors topple down British monarchy statues in Winnipeg protest By Maryam Razzaq The protests called, ‘No Pride in Genocide’ was held in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba on July 1 to protest the celebration of Canada Day in the wake of upwards of 1,000 bodies of Indigenous children being found in former Residential schools across the country. Read More…

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Calls to “cancel” Canada Day Grow Louder As A Show Of Solidarity With Canada’s Indigenous Community

Reading Time: 2 minutes Indigenous leaders are calling on all Canadians to use July 1st  as a day to honour former Residential Schools victims and survivors. By Maryam Razzaq In the past couple months, Canada dealt with several somber reminders of one of the most gruesome, violent, and darkest chapter in its history of the federation, prompting many communities across Read More…