Indigenous Peoples

The Anishinaabe vs. the Crown: Fashioning a Just Award in the Robinson Superior Treaty Annuity Case
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. 
Parliament Acknowledges Residential Schools Constitute a Genocide
On October 27, 2022, the Canadian House of Commons unanimously adopted a motion proposed by NDP MP, Leah Gazan to recognize the Indian Residential School system as an act of genocide. It has now been three months since this motion passed and there seems to have been relatively sparse coverage regarding such a momentous occasion. One of the major questions many are wondering is what comes next?
Trent’s Indigenous Bachelor of Education Students go to Winnipeg
Arthur journalist and Indigenous B.Ed. candidate, Bethanie Dusome, chronicles her trip to Winnipeg where she attended Indspire's National Gathering for Indigenous Education.
Black Girls Chatter
In this weeks' episode of Black Girls Chatter, Shaela and Alicia discuss BIPOC mascots and how they affect the communities they are depicting, giving specific examples of Aunt Jemima and the Lakefield Chiefs.
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