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May 05 2021
Source: APTN News
Doyle Vermette says Bill 601 is something he’s been pushing the Saskatchewan legislature to pass… The post After multiple attempts,… Read more
May 05 2021
Source: APTN News
2006 report also outlined issues with police and transportation along the infamous highway. The post It took 15 years of… Read more
May 05 2021
Source: The Narwhal
Four expert panellists came together to share insights on how IPCAs can help us manage species, reduce wildfire risk and… Read more
May 05 2021
Source: APTN News
Government quietly tabled plan with new deadlines for water at a committee The post Federal Liberals take heat for extending… Read more
May 05 2021
Source: The Narwhal
Proposal to log ‘heartbreakingly beautiful’ Raush Valley — home to trees up to 1,000 years old — would require building… Read more
May 05 2021
Source: APTN News
Only available in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Newfoundland-Labrador so far. The post ‘Clare’s Law’ can warn about a partner’s violent past:… Read more
May 05 2021
  Initial vaccination hesitancy, if any, has now almost gone and as we all know that due to the arrival… Read more
May 04 2021
Source: APTN News
Three decades into his acting career, Michael Greyeyes believes we’ve arrived at a landmark moment… The post Indigenous helmed shows… Read more
May 04 2021
Source: APTN News
The largest school division in Winnipeg is steadily working to increase the rates of Indigenous… The post Indigenous high school… Read more
May 04 2021
Source: APTN News
School board director says the incident shows there is a lot of work to do. The post Young Mohawk student… Read more

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NCTR’s spirit name – bezhig miigwan, meaning “one feather”.

Bezhig miigwan calls upon us to see each Survivor coming to the NCTR as a single eagle feather and to show those Survivors the same respect and attention an eagle feather deserves. It also teaches we are all in this together — we are all one, connected, and it is vital to work together to achieve reconciliation.