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Elder would like more than words of apology – he’d like action

Posted on Nov 20, 2014 in Social Issues, Brandi Morin, News | 0 comments

Several hundred people gathered in support of Elder Gary Moostoos at City Centre Mall the afternoon of November 8. An Idle No More style...

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Respected Elder banned from city mall in Edmonton, says he was racially profiled

Posted on Oct 29, 2014 in Social Issues, Brandi Morin, News | 0 comments

Gary Moostoos was astounded about his 15 minutes of fame that has unfolded in a way he never could have envisioned. Moostoos became the...

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Alberta AFN Chief discusses provincial issues and other matters related to Aboriginal justice

Posted on Oct 9, 2014 in Resource Development, Treaty Rights, Brandi Morin, News, Politics | 0 comments

Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Regional Chief of Alberta, Chief Cameron Alexis discussed his views on provincial First Nations leadership...

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Cutting edge graphic novel explores the dark side of vengeance

Posted on Sep 21, 2014 in Social Issues, Literature, Brandi Morin, News | 0 comments

A cutting-edge graphic novel that combines northwest British Columbian coast Haida Gwaii culture with Japanese manga art is now available...

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Actors learn firsthand about global warming and arctic protection

Posted on Aug 15, 2014 in Health, Resource Development, Social Issues, Brandi Morin | 0 comments

Greenpeace recently organized an expedition to the arctic to help bring awareness of the dire situation there. Conservationists say the...

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North American First Nations and Horse Nation have a revered bond

Posted on Jul 14, 2014 in Culture, Brandi Morin, News, Arts, Culture | 2 comments

The relationship between horses and Native Americans has long been regarded as one of unparalleled kinship. It is a legendary tale of...

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