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A young new journalist who brings a unique perspective forward joins the team for Volume 58. Kiki is a Thunder Bay born, mixed Anishinaabe Settler woman who uses her creative past in her writing. She is in her first year of the Indigenous Studies CO-OP program.
She enjoys writing or talking anything Indigenous and will take any opportunity to write a story on an Indigenous artist.
Kiki has a past as a baker, owning her own business for 5 years while in high school and receiving youth entrepreneur awards from NADF and AYARA. She can also speak French, since she took French Immersion her whole life but would take any chance to brag way more about the few Ojibwe words she knows. She can also often be caught with a camera or a cup of coffee in hand.
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Stage 3 of the Robinson Superior Treaty annuity case took place at the Supreme Court of Canada on November 7th and 8th. The 3rd phase in a case must quantify the compensation for the Robinson Superior Treaty beneficiaries for the breach of treaty that took place. The Crown and the plaintiffs take conflicting views in the matter and provide a drastically large difference in final calculations for a just award.
On November 15th, Trent University announced the school’s sixth college will be named Gidigaa Migizi, in memory of the late Gidigaa Migizi, otherwise known as Doug Williams, who was a professor, elder and leader for Trent students and the Anishinaabeg nation.