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Higher Rates of Death in Children and Youth - #7 of 8 Key Issues

Unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death in Canadian Indigenous children and youth, occurring at rates three to four times the national...

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Nawalakw Culture Camps

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Nawalakw - Cultural Survival in Action

Indigenous Corporate Training Donates $40,000 to Nawalakw Culture Camps Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. had the recent honour of speaking with...

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UNYA Paddletogether

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Become a Mentor to Indigenous Youth as a Part of Your Reconciliation Journey

If you want to be an ally to the Indigenous community, becoming a mentor at Urban Native Youth Association (UNYA) is a great opportunity. The...

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Making Science Relevant to Indigenous Students

If only we could understand how students make sense of their natural world, we could design a science curriculum so that science makes sense to all...

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Reconciliation and Indigenous Libraries in Schools

Education for reconciliation We call upon the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada to maintain an annual commitment to Aboriginal education...

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Engaging First Nation Students Through Compassion and Innovation

Michelle Shepherd-Wotton: Engaging First Nation Students through Compassion and Innovation On the Sandy Lake First Nation reserve, in northwestern...

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