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CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 20:42. Facebook
"This helps a lot because it's giving me some preserves that I really don't get. I mean you never get a canned moose."

CBC British Columbia

B.C. Interior First Nation hands out preserves to diners at unique Downtown Eastside meal

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CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 19:23. Facebook
"There is an expectation of what is 'the image' and what will validate certain work as being Indigenous."

CBC Montreal

Montreal's 'Welcome to Indian Country' looks to the past for the future

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CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 18:11. Facebook
"Canada must immediately comply with the ruling — there is absolutely no circumstances that justify a continuation of the currently racist fiscal policy."

CBC Vancouver

B.C. Indigenous leaders accuse Bennett of 'stall tactics' on child welfare

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CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 16:54. Facebook
"Indigenous audiences are beginning to hold mainstream media to account when it comes to news and I think that's a good thing."

CBC Nova Scotia

Building relationships key to better reporting on Indigenous communities

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CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 15:46. Facebook
'I know what's going to happen if I keep going down this road. I'm just going to keep going to jail, my kids are not going to know me. They're not going to respect me.'

CBC Manitoba

Resilience personified: An Indigenous woman's perseverance pays off

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CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 13:23. Facebook
"Making a land acknowledgment should be the most important thing Canadians do before starting any event. It is a fundamental analysis of who we are, where we're standing, and how we should proceed."

CBC Manitoba

Reconciliation more than land acknowledgments, Indigenous groups say

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CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 04:20. Facebook
"Honestly we eat what we know. We like to eat the things we grew up with."

CBC North

Vancouver chef celebrated by sealers and Inuit film maker for putting seal on the menu

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CBC Aboriginal
yesterday at 03:08. Facebook
"I'm always now going to be keeping my eye on the North, just seeing what's going on."

CBC North

Indigenous reporter examines human rights in Yukon

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CBC Aboriginal
01/15/2017 at 23:00. Facebook
Mezzo-soprano Rhonda Head hails from Opaskawayak Cree Nation in northern Manitoba. Her talent has taken her all the way to Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. But the path to get there wasn't an easy one. Imagine facing brain tumours, deafness and tinnitus — not knowing if you'd ever sing again.

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CBC Aboriginal
01/15/2017 at 21:15. Facebook
'Colonization, you win.' - Ryan McMahon, new film Colonization Road coming to Firsthand. Preview: [ Cbc.ca Link ]

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CBC Aboriginal
01/15/2017 at 18:44. Facebook
Women supporting women — that is the idea behind SheEO, a venture capital business that has women investors supporting women entrepreneurs.

CBC Vancouver

Ojibway entrepreneur creates product for daughter, now it's in 400 stores

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CBC Aboriginal
01/15/2017 at 15:30. Facebook
"It was kind of like a bittersweet moment for me. Yes, I have all this money but...This is not going to bring my childhood back."

CBC's Out in the Open

The complicated cost of apologizing for residential schools

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CBC Aboriginal
01/15/2017 at 00:22. Facebook
From the CBC Digital Archives: Within 24 hours of Grey Owl's death in 1938, the renowned conservationist was accused of being a fraud.

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CBC Aboriginal
01/14/2017 at 22:36. Facebook
This powerful exhibit is currently in Halifax, but is travelling across the country to show missing and murdered Indigenous women will never be forgotten.

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CBC Aboriginal
01/14/2017 at 20:53. Facebook
"There are special places and sacred places. Places where food and water is sourced from. There are places that people gather and reflect and reconnect with each other."

CBC North

On the Land photo exhibit celebrates Dene people and culture in N.W.T.

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CBC Aboriginal
01/14/2017 at 18:33. Facebook
"I knew I was Native, but I didn't know what 'being Native' meant. That's when I really started talking to elders and the services they provide."

CBC Tapestry with Mary Hynes

Prison guard and inmate transformed through Indigenous spirituality

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CBC Aboriginal
01/14/2017 at 15:05. Facebook
This week on CBC Radio: Unreserved: Mezzo-soprano Rhonda Head on overcoming brain tumours to reclaim her voice.

CBC Manitoba

Opera singer Rhonda Head overcame brain tumours to reclaim her voice

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CBC Aboriginal
01/14/2017 at 05:35. Facebook
Three band members are suing their former chief, a current councillor and an adminstrator.

CBC Edmonton

Alexander First Nation band members sue leaders for alleged 'illegal' payments

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CBC Aboriginal
01/14/2017 at 04:18. Facebook
This Winnipeg author has created a children's book to teach young kids the legacy of residential schools.

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CBC Aboriginal
01/14/2017 at 03:07. Facebook
First Nations chiefs on P.E.I. say they are shocked and disappointed to hear that the provincial government is proceeding with the sale of provincial Crown land that includes the Mill River Golf Course and Mill River Provincial Park.

CBC Prince Edward Island

P.E.I. First Nations may try to block Mill River sale

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