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  • Tom’s personal quest

    Tom’s personal quest0

    BRANTFORD — On November 13, Canadian rock musician and author Tom Wilson was the latest guest lecturer at Laurier Brantford in part of the 2018-2019 lecture series for the Friends and Neighbours group. The grassroots committee is seeking to promote community dialogue about residential schools in Canada and to help raise awareness for the Save

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  • Six Nations authors offer tears and laughs during book launch

    Six Nations authors offer tears and laughs during book launch0

    BRANTFORD — Sara General and Elizabeth Doxtator opened a joint book launch at the Woodland Cultural Centre on Friday, November 16, to reveal their two additions to the library of indigenous novels. General thrives as a writer, an artist and a language learner and her novel Pride and Rezjudice is an adaptation of the classic

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  • Iron Worker turned Artist

    Iron Worker turned Artist0

    SIX NATIONS – Iron Worker turned artist, Robert James House, Cayuga Turtle, gave up construction but did not give up his tools. Throughout the past 25 to 30 years House has been discovering the special gift Creator has given him as a sculptor and artist, creating multi-media works that come out of his deep well of creativity.

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  • Indigenous filmmaking set to rise in Canada in 2018 and beyond

    Indigenous filmmaking set to rise in Canada in 2018 and beyond0

    TORONTO – Indigenous filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin never thought she would see this in her lifetime. Fifty years after starting her distinguished career amid major funding roadblocks, the Quebec-raised 85-year-old is elated to see Indigenous filmmaking finally at an “exciting” place heading into 2018, with new initiatives including an Indigenous Screen Office in Canada. “Any Indigenous

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  • Anishnaabe Youth to Speak at United Nations

    Anishnaabe Youth to Speak at United Nations1

    “I am from this land. My ancestors are buried here on this land. This land is our land and it’s part of me and part of everything I am and everything I do,” – Autumn Peltier, CBC News. More than 140 Indigenous nations still do not have access to safe drinking water. Communities like Kitigan

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  • Praise for the launch of The Heart of Turtle Island

    Praise for the launch of The Heart of Turtle Island1

    HAMILTON – Award winning and acclaimed Photographer Mark Zelinski greeted guests at the first of several book launches for his ninth book The Heart of Turtle Island on Wednesday, September 20 at the spacious Royal Botanical Gardens (RPG). The evening allowed Zelinski the opportunity to share work from his previous “books that heal” which showcase

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