"The history of Winnipeg's urban aboriginal people is being pieced together by researchers. The research team from the University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba is sorting through 40 years of documents, in the hopes of filling in gaps in the history of urban aboriginal development in the provincial capital."
Marcia Webb’s students have put brush to canvas to depict the lives of the Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia, an effort the Halifax West High School teacher believes helped them better appreciate the aboriginal group’s rich history.
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