Alberta government announces $500K in funding for Indigenous community-owned businesses

The Alberta government announced funding Monday that it says will help Indigenous community-owned businesses. The Aboriginal Business Investment Fund will provide eligible businesses with

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Indigenous student who led fight to drop offensive McGill team name chosen as valedictorian – Montreal

The Indigenous student who led the fight to convince McGill University to drop an offensive name for its men’s varsity sports teams used his

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Journalists of colour react to CBC host resigning over lack of Indigenous, Black representation

Canada’s media institutions have been under the microscope in the past few weeks for their part in perpetuating systemic racism, and the CBC has been

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Northern Affairs minister ‘revolted’ by videos of Indigenous police brutality – National

Northern Affairs Minister Dan Vandal says he has been revolted by recent videotaped examples of “police brutality” against Indigenous People in Canada. Vandal, who

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Roy Little Chief, Siksika politician and advocate for Indigenous rights, dead at 81

Roy Little Chief, a former chief of the Siksika First Nation and prominent voice for Indigenous rights, is dead at age 81. For more

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Police coordination still lacking a year after inquiry report on missing and murdered Indigenous women

The police response across Canada to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has been uneven, and work to create

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Edmonton artist creates online show to teach children about Indigenous culture

Lance Cardinal wanted a way to keep his nieces and nephews busy while they stayed at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Since he couldn’t be

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Indigenous friendship centres hit hard by skyrocketing requests for help, advocate says

Friendship Centres across Canada are receiving $3.75 million from Ottawa to deal with COVID-19, but B.C. branches say that’s not enough to meet demand that’s

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Coronavirus: Trudeau announces $40M for women’s shelters, $10M for Indigenous women and kids – National

Millions in funding will be going towards programs for vulnerable Canadians like sexual assault and homeless shelters amid the COVID-19 crisis, Prime Minister Justin

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North American Indigenous Games postponed due to pandemic

The North American Indigenous Games (NAIG), set to be held in Halifax in July, have been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In a

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