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Walking With Our Sisters exhibition in the Shingwauk Auditorium at Algoma University in 2014
Redeye Collective | Vancouver's premier chamber opera company commissioned Marie Clements to write the libretto, then they selected a composer. Now they are ready to bring 'Missing' to local communities to workshop.
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Christopher Majka | Pam Palmater's eloquent advocacy for rights of Indigenous people combines fierce intelligence and knowledge of native law and tradition with the warmth and generosity of Idle No More. Hear her voice.
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Redeye Collective | A recent United Nations report documents the loss of human rights protections in Canada since Harper came to power in 2006. Lara Yeo says the report is a sobering read.
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Shauna MacKinnon, Kirsten Bernas | Action is needed to ensure that Aboriginal people are supported in their efforts to find and keep good jobs -- those that pay well, include benefits, and provide opportunity for advancement.
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Redeye Collective | The canoe has played a integral role in the lives of people in Canada for thousands of years. A new book takes us from the earliest days of the canoe to its current place in the culture of B.C.
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Redeye Collective | Every child has the right to grow up safely at home, go to a good school and be healthy. But the federal government chronically underfunds services for First Nations children on reserve.
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Jim Silver | Are we prepared to invest significant sums, consistently over a generation or more, in anti-poverty solutions that have been proved to work well? This is the real challenge of racism in Winnipeg.
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Josh Brandon | Winnipeg is home to Canada's largest Aboriginal population. Aboriginal people, however, are among the most likely to experience homelessness and are over-represented in housing that is unaffordable.
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Victoria Fenner | The last day of #PSF2014 focused on summarizing the many conversations, sessions and workshops which took place. Here are highlights from the Final Assembly.
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Redeye Collective | James Daschuk examines the roles that Old World diseases, climate, and, most disturbingly, Canadian politics played in the deaths and subjugation of thousands of Aboriginal people.
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Redeye Collective | As governments continue their cuts to social services, cities are turning to police to manage the crisis of urban poverty. In Vancouver, the police budget has increased by $55 million in 6 years.
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Redeye Collective | Sociologist Elizabeth Comack interviewed nearly 80 Aboriginal people in Winnipeg in her research for this book. They reported experiences that were overwhelmingly negative.