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Recognizing the Métis

A boy who is adopted by a man and woman to give him a home is grateful for the life he lives, however, later...

Police reform in North America starts with Indigenous and Black influence

This year there has been a growing call for police reform all around the world. It started with the murders of multiple African-Americans by...

Durham College’s acts of Truth and Reconciliation

“I want people to understand that Indigenous people exist today, Indigenous people are often talked about in terms of history, but we are still...

Listen to one woman’s experience with the Sixties Scoop

Tauni Sheldon, an Inuk woman who was part of the sixties scoop, bravely stood in front of a group of people on Inuit Awareness...

Indigenous people frustrated buying back land

Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation (MSIFN) near Port Perry would like to grow. About 15 years ago it purchased land that would expand...

Specialized student centres are necessary to the student experience

Specialized student areas, such as Indigenous Centres, are integral to the student experience, not just First Nations students but all students.

Aboriginal Awareness Day educates youth at Durham College

A hush came over the crowd of young students as Elder Shirley Williams of the Ojibway and Odawa First Nations began a prayer and...