AH Comics, the publisher of 2015 SLJ Best Book Moonshot Vol. 1, has spearheaded a crowdsourced funding campaign to finance the second installment of the award-winning anthology of Native American comics.
The University of Toronto has hired a new librarian to work one-on-one with Indigenous students and to help grow the university’s Indigenous collection as part of U of T's commitment to the federal Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action.
Joleen Paul is graduating with her Bachelor of Education degree and is now in a unique position to benefit her First Nations community. Paul was recently granted permission by the Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development to have her First Nation’s language of Maliseet recognized as a public school teachable subject. This will allow the language to be maintained within the province as it’s passed on to new generations of readers, writers, and speakers.
La cour supérieure de l'Ontario entendra aujourd'hui le recours collectif de 16 000 survivants autochtones au sujet de leur adoption par des familles blanches de 1965 à 1984. La poursuite de 1,36 milliard de dollars concerne le rôle que le gouvernement fédéral a joué dans l'opération « Sixties scoop » qui visait à faciliter leur insertion dans la société canadienne.
Not long ago my partner was attending an Aboriginal healing function when she found out there was going to be a women’s ceremony included, one that she had not been told about in advance.... Her immediate first thought dealt with the fact she hadn’t brought along the proper attire, specifically a long skirt that fell to her ankles. It is usually what is worn by women to take part in such spiritual ceremonies
This month, indigenous Canadian educators Neal McLeod and Arok Wolvengrey released a new book called "100 Days of Cree," with Cree translations for everything from Star Wars characters to Johnny Cash lyrics. Neal tells Brent Bambury about his efforts to expand the Cree language for the 21st century.
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