July 23, 2017

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DOCUMENTARY TELLS OTHER SIDE OF TRC STORY

DOCUMENTARY TELLS OTHER SIDE OF TRC STORY

Trudy Stewart, director of From Up North, was a statement gathering while the TRC compiled information on residential school survivors. It’s common knowledge that the stories told by residential school survivors at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission  events were hard to tell, but it might be less w...
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UNSETTLING CANADA 150 IN CEREMONY AND PROTEST

UNSETTLING CANADA 150 IN CEREMONY AND PROTEST

Joseph Mandamin waits for the arrival of Edward George, who is paddling alongside the Water Walkers to raise awareness for water issues in the Great Lakes.  Across Turtle Island Canada Day 2017 marked a day of Indigenous celebration of cultural survival, protest, and ceremony from over 150 years of colo...
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INTRODUCING NIMKII AAZHABIKONG: CULTURE CAMP FOREVER

INTRODUCING NIMKII AAZHABIKONG: CULTURE CAMP FOREVER

The sign for Culture Camp Forever| Image Source: Isaac Murdoch’s Facebook Nimkii Aazhabikong means Village of Thunder Mountain in Anishinaabemowin, the Ojibwe language. It’s the name given to a culture camp being built by a community of youth, Elders and activists beside Ompa Lake, Northern Ontari...
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LETTING GO OF OUR ADDICTIONS

LETTING GO OF OUR ADDICTIONS

Finding strength and sobriety is a process. It’s a path. | Image source: WIOT Magazine Addictions – we’ve heard of the destructive ways they can rip a family apart, leave a trail of turmoil and shattered dreams, broken homes, broken promises, incarcerations and suicides. We’ve all heard of h...
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Ku-kum Kitchen: Now Open

Ku-kum Kitchen: Now Open

Kū-kŭm storefront + braised venison tenderloin. All photos: Sarena Johnson  Kū-kŭm is boldly entering the culinary scene as Tkaronto’s first Indigenous fine dining restaurant. Located at 581 Mount Pleasant Rd., this uptown neighbourhood gem boasts Indigenous traditional cuisine in a casual fine dining a...
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WHY WE USE INDIGENOUS INSTEAD OF ABORIGINAL

WHY WE USE INDIGENOUS INSTEAD OF ABORIGINAL

This article is a part of Animikii’s #MakingIndigenousHistory series. This series is a response to National Aboriginal History Month. Our goal with #MakingIndigenousHistory is to recognize important Indigenous events and leaders from our past, while also amplifying the actions and voices of Indigenous i...
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