Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg hosts exhibits to First Nations traumas

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If you have never been to Winnipeg, or have never seen the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, I highly recommend adding it to your list of “must-see”s. The museum had 8 levels in total, and each level is dedicated to an aspect of Human rights. This includes a….

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Pow Wows In Your Province – Pow Wows In Canada

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The Pow Wow Calendar on PowWows.com lists thousands of Native American events across Canada and the United States. You can find them in your province!   Find one near you by using the Pow Wow Calendar. Plan your Pow Wow travel with special discounts just for you! Pow Wow Travel Pow Wows in Canada….

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Native American In the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics

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The 2018 Winter Olympics will be held February 9-25 in PyeongChang.  Four First Nations athletes will compete for Canada at the Olympic Games.  They join a long list of Native athletes to compete at the Olympics. Let’s cheer on these indigenous athletes. Brigette Lacquette   Brigette Lacquette (born November 10,….

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Manitoba Female Chiefs Honored at Assembly

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The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs had their Annual General Assembly in northern Manitoba at Nelson House, Manitoba on July 18-20, 2017.  A growing number of female leadership has been steadily on the rise.   The leaders were given recognition in front of the assembly.  The women were presented with a….

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