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Corner Brook residents march in solidarity with Elsipogtog

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What the violence in Elsipogtog and the show of support from coast to coast means for our community

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Showcase celebrates Aboriginal cultures, aims to foster unity

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The St. John’s Native Friendship Centre presents its first annual ‘Spirit Song’ showcase and fundraiser Oct. 18-19 at LSPU Hall

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Raspberry cascade

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Jam, pie, preserves, tea, wine, or just fresh – however you want to consume them, the sweet seasonal treat is abundant and ripe for the picking in most parts of the province.

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Independent journalist arrested at fracking site in New Brunswick

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A Halifax Media Co-op reporter facing charges after being released from custody Thursday says he intends to continue covering the intensifying opposition to seismic testing and shale gas exploration in Kent County, led by members of Elsipogtog First Nation.

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Aboriginal Insight

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How a class trip to British Columbia spawned a greater understanding of the uniqueness of Inuit culture.

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Much ado about being Mi’kmaq

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As the Indian status of about 70,000 people hinges on the outcome of negotiations between the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation Grand Chief and Government of Canada, those left out of the conversation should embrace the opportunity to discuss what it ‘means’ to be Mi’kmaq.

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Aboriginal Treatise

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National Aboriginal Day should be a day to celebrate all of our history together as Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Canadians – to reflect on how we have come to be on Aboriginal Land and on the status of our relationship

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Defining our culture

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Our columnist reflects on the meaning of ‘culture’…

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Getting recognized

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The story of a community’s struggle for recognition…

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We do not have the right to remain silent

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Something was forgotten in the recent provincial election…

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“We’re Rebuilding a Nation”

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Island’s First Nations movement strengthens with establishment of populated but landless Mi’kmaq band.

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Forced to leave

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The story of a Mi’kmaw forced into exile, as told by his great-great-grandson…

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“There were no Indians here…”

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Correcting some common misperceptions about history…

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An Introduction…

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TheIndependent.ca’s newest columnist introduces himself, and our first aboriginal issues column…

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