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Check the list below for the latest Pow Wows added to our calendar and ones coming up in the next couple of weeks! Plan your Pow Wow trips! Upcoming Pow Wow Mendota 19th Annual Traditional Wacipi (2018) September 07 –.....
"There is no longer any reason for us to justify our existence as Indigenous people," said Qajaq Robinson, who is from Nunavut. "Time's up."
First Nations leaders want Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to know their schools still can't afford science labs, sports equipment or Indigenous language programs.
Women: Daughters Day 2018 (September 8, 2018 – videos only)
Elementary school students in Kashechewan will start classes next Monday, two weeks after others in Ontario hit the books.
How Leanne Betasamosake Simpson's writing inspired a story of magic and resistance.
Womens Volleyball- The 2-7 Fighting Indian’s Women’s Volleyball team faced off against the Avila University Eagles this Wednesday. They lost the match 3-0 on set counts of 25-20, 25-17 and 25-17. This ended an absolutely brutal road stretch for the women spanning over 8 games and over 2 weeks. I know the ladies must be ecstatic to come back to their home fans and get their season back on track when they host their own Haskell TRI starting September 15th. Let’s be sure to get out there to Coffin and show our undying support for our Fighting Indians.
In other news, the Men’s Cross Country team are looking to redeem their recent loss at the Maple Leaf Invite at MSSU this weekend on September 15th.
One of the mayoral candidates in Thunder Bay, Ont., says the city's police services board should hit the pause button on its search for a new police chief until after an investigation into the board's conduct is complete.
Northern Saskatchewan residents are hoping Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will champion their $21 million mental health centre project in La Ronge.
The first feature film made in the Haida language had its Toronto International Film Festival premiere Tuesday.