CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
today at 04:25. Facebook
From CBC Arts: "Together we stand for our children, land, one another and for our ancestors." #NationalAboriginalDay

cc: Veronica Johnny Music Iskwé CBC Indigenous
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
today at 03:50. Facebook
"I wanted to represent the University, I wanted to represent the Blackfoot people, and I wanted to represent the territory."

CBC Calgary
I wanted to represent the University I wanted to represent the Blackfoot

From unity symbol to vulgarity and back: Art student's Blackfoot installation restored

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Linda Bugler-Rowland
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
today at 03:20. Facebook
"We're never going away. We're going to be here forever and ever. So we all need to be together and be peaceful with one another no matter what colour skin we are, where we're from or who we are."

CBC Saskatoon
Were never going away Were going to be here forever and ever

Reconciliation walk 'should have always been happening' to mark National Aboriginal Day

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Kieran Devine
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
today at 02:47. Facebook
From CBC Docs: This is Ken Burns. He's wanted to change his name since he was 15. Call Me Olly is a short documentary about a fresh start, a bold new identity and the power of a name.

Watch the full doc: [ Bit.ly Link ]
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
today at 02:17. Facebook
"The turtle is revered by all of our nations as the base of being here on this earth."

CBC Metro Morning CBC Toronto
"The turtle is revered by all of our nations as the base of being here on this earth"

Indigenous snapping turtle sculpture coming to Nathan Phillips Square

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Trevor Hanson
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
today at 01:46. Facebook
From CBC Saskatoon: These young Indigenous women talk about how they identify themselves — and how they feel about different terms.

Read more:
Trina Weitzel
Sharon Mayes
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
today at 01:16. Facebook
ICYMI: Our friends at CBC Radio: Unreserved hosted this National Aboriginal Day celebration at CBC Manitoba's studios today.
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
today at 00:46. Facebook
Inuinnaqtun could be gone in just two generations. It is a language spoken in three Inuit communities in the Western Arctic: Cambridge Bay, Kugluktuk and Ulukhaktok. CBC North

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Inuinnaqtun could be gone in just two generations It is a language
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
today at 00:16. Facebook
"It's a place where so much negative has happened that I'm just trying to put back something a little more positive and put the culture back where it was stolen."

CBC Sudbury
Its a place where so much negative has happened that Im just

Northern Ontario artist carves tree in dedication to residential school survivors

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Mary B Lawson
Nicola Bryan
Patte McCarthy
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 23:37. Facebook
Images shared on social media show what looks like a tornado forming in the area of Sapotaweyak Cree Nation this afternoon.

CBC Manitoba
Images shared on social media show what looks like a tornado forming

Probable tornado near Manitoba First Nation

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Jai Buckingtonshireville
Nathan McComber
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 23:00. Facebook
"Our ladies can flourish, can be out there, be proactive and not give up. We see too much of them giving up on their pride. We've gone through enough, but we need to move on now. We need to do something with ourselves."
Our ladies can flourish can be out there be proactive and not

Indigenous women in Alberta succeeding in business through help of First Nations-owned loans

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CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 22:33. Facebook
"I strive to make sure that I don't go in with the mindset that I am a token person in whatever story is being told."

CBC Kitchener-Waterloo
I strive to make sure that I dont go in with the

Indigenous stories spotlighted in Canada 150 play at Stratford Festival

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CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 22:00. Facebook
He once considered suicide as his only option, but Aaron Paquette has turned his life around and now serves as an artist and influencer in Edmonton. He is also running for city council.

Read more about Aaron and other Indigenous trailblazers here:
Violette Noël
Sherrylyn Sarazin
Linda Arychuk Walton
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 21:32. Facebook
"People ask me about role models and teachers and coaches were mine. They gave their time and gave back to the community. They kept kids from getting into trouble."

CBC Sports CBC Manitoba
People ask me about role models and teachers and coaches were mine

CFL's 1st Metis referee spends bulk of his life enforcing rules

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CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 21:02. Facebook
"I would love to see other parents more involved in their kids' lives but it will take a miracle around here."

CBC Newfoundland and Labrador
I would love to see other parents more involved in their kids

Sports nights in Natuashish aim to defeat dangerous boredom

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CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 20:31. Facebook
"I think when we talk about a nation, we should be talking about everybody."

CBC Calgary
"I think when we talk about a nation we should be talking about everybody"

Original Treaty 7 document on public display at Fort Calgary

cbc.ca
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 20:00. Facebook
What does being Indigenous mean to you? We asked, and you shared with us your experiences.

To mark National Indigenous Peoples Day, we're sharing the profiles of 18 Indigenous change-makers:
Carly MC
Pat Ireland
Cheyene Emery-Broad
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 19:26. Facebook
"I had no reason to feel terrified, but I was ... I did not feel safe as an Indigenous woman."

CBC Calgary
"I had no reason to feel terrified but I was I did not feel safe as an Indigenous woman"

Lethbridge police accused of 'racist' carding practices

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Dee Aubichon
Tory Fish
Jay Janvier
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 19:00. Facebook
"Let's look at our past. Look at our present. What is our future going to be?"

CBC Toronto
"Let's look at our past Look at our present What is our future going to be"

Indigenous health-care providers say cultural safety training would help First Nations patients

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Clint Clarke
CBC Aboriginal
CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 18:30. Facebook
9-year-old William Kaysaywaysemat III is a spelling bee champ! If you were in a spelling bee, which word would you NOT want to get? CBC Kids

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Nadia Boudreau
Marion Sinclair