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15 INDIGENOUS HEROES OF 2014 (not ranked)

15 INDIGENOUS HEROES OF 2014 (not ranked)

Original Painting: Fanny Aishaa. Original Photo: Ossie Michelin/APTN Picturing Amanda Polchies MUSKRAT celebrates the following Indigenous heroes of today that we are inspired by! We also want to note that there are many more unsung heroes – so to the ones mentioned below and the ones who go unsung, we...
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HEALING GARDENS: 7 INDIGENOUS MEDICINES IN YOUR BACKYARD

HEALING GARDENS: 7 INDIGENOUS MEDICINES IN YOUR BACKYARD

Medicines are everywhere, even in your own backyard. You just have to know what to look for! 1.  Stinging Nettle Stinging Nettle – when heated or dried they are edible. High in iron. It has numerous stinging hairs on its stems and leaves which inject histamine, producing a stinging sensation. Used...
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INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES 2014 SUMMER CAMP LIST

INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES 2014 SUMMER CAMP LIST

Mark your calendars, pack your tents, and bookmark your computers! Here’s MUSKRAT’s summer fun guide to re-learning our languages: 1. Nehiyawak Land and Language Camp July 20-24 2014 (Sturgeon Lake, SK) The Aboriginal Friendship Centres of Saskatchewan has partnered with Belinda Daniels to bring the 10t...
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11 INDIGENOUS BOOKS FOR SUMMER 2014

11 INDIGENOUS BOOKS FOR SUMMER 2014

MUSKRAT’s new release picks from Indigenous authors for your summer reading list. 1.    LEGACY by Waubgeshig Rice (Theytus Books) *summer 2014 Legacy is the first novel by Waubgeshig Rice, whose collection of stories— Midnight Sweatlodge—was the Gold Medal Winner of the Independent Publisher Book Awards...
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