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Doreen Nicoll | Take part in 150 days of reconcili-action by joining others across the country taking the #NEXT150 Challenge. Together we can work nation with nation to make the next 150 years something to celebrate.
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The shoreline of Georgian Bay near Killarney, ON, where the author's family is from.
Debra Huron | How I learned that Métis identity is a historical and cultural category that can't be defined by a DNA test alone.
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Photo of Ghostkeeper band by Blair Russel via Muskegkids/Wikimedia Commons
Doreen Nicoll | Shane Ghostkeeper and Sarah Houle are partners in life, art and music. Their band Ghostkeeper has been invited to play at Nathan Philips Square in Toronto as part of Canada Day.
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Winter fishing on ice of Assynoibain & Red River
Braden Alexander | The histories of Indigenous communities and European explorers contain stories that have been lost in history. A new book presented by Sébastien Malette seeks out the forgotten stories.
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Bilan Arte | Trudeau promised to invest $50 million per year in a federal fund that supports Indigenous post-secondary students. Instead, the Liberals invested no new funding.
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Pamela Palmater | The Supreme Court ruling on Daniels vs. Canada does not bolster Métis claims, but instead confuses them. Pam Palmater clarifies the decision and what it does and does not say.
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Photograph of students from Fort Albany Residential School reading in class
Samantha Nock | I am proud of Metis survivors who told their stories and reached out through the Truth Commission process. But I feel for myself, for my family, for our communities, we are not healed.
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Âpihtawikosisân | In a grotesque new way of erasing Indigenous nationhood and identity, some Canadian and Quebecois settlers are claiming "Métissage" just because it feels right.
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Roger Annis | On Saturday the Bell of Batoche was unveiled and formally restored to the Métis people of western Canada at the 128th gathering of the 'Back to Batoche' festival in Batoche, Saskatchewan.
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Robert Lovelace | Civil disobedience is a strategy, sometimes the only strategy left to Canadians motivated to gain a fair share of their daily bread, and preserve their cultural values and integrity.
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Roger Annis | The Supreme Court of Canada made a second ruling in two months extending Métis rights and historical recognition.
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June Scudeler | While it may resonate in some provinces, I'm not sure Louis Riel would resonate here in B.C. or other parts of Canada. Perhaps an Indigenous Unity Day is more suitable.