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Kingston Penitentiary, Kingston, Canada

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Higher Levels of Incarceration - #6 of 8 Key Issues

The incarceration rate of Indigenous peoples in Canada should be labelled a national crisis. The flaws in the justice system are insidious and...

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Indigenous women

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Resilient, Strong and Indigenous

By Bronte Phillips Changing their last names after marriage and sharing their bodies with their unborn children are two ways in which many women and...

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bright paint on hand

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What is Indigenous Identity?

We identify ourselves in many ways - by gender, generation, ethnicity, culture, religion, profession/employment, nationality, locality, language,...

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Canadian banknotes. Photo: KMR Photography, Flickr

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Fabulous Five Indigenous Women Nominees for Canadian Banknotes

The Bank of Canada put out a call for nominations of Canadian women for a series of new banknotes. This is not the first time women have been...

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permit to leave the reserve from Indian Affairs

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21 Things™ You May Not Have Known About the Indian Act

The great aim of our legislation has been to do away with the tribal system and assimilate the Indian people in all respects with the other...

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woman and chief standing in front of reserve house

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Indian Act and Women's Status Discrimination via Bill C31 and Bill C3

Indian Act policies subjected generations of Aboriginal women and their children to a legacy of discrimination when it was first enacted in 1876 and...

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