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    Staying Silent

    Indigenous people have the true voices in this land. It is voices and languages that flow, like a mountain stream, gurgling like infants. It is the voice of the river during the spring thaw when the voice starts to gain momentum. It is the powerful voice of the thunder...
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    The Indian Act footprint of Indigenous Governance

    Current affairs on Turtle Island or Canada show the continuing struggles of indigenous people across the land. What is the historical legacy that leads to the disconnection between land stewards and settlers? Pre-settler, the original people lived within developed systems of governance, laws and customs that honoured spirituality. With...
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    Thunder Woman Speaks: Indians or Sovereign First Peoples

      It has been a long struggle for the first peoples, the original peoples to gain the attention of non-native people in Canada. The European colonizers/settlers only sought land and resource extraction with the original people being an encumbrance to their greed. Since the first meetings of peace and...
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    Mu WÎyan Î’uch: Thunder Woman speaks

    Long ago, the original voices were raised in harmony with this land. These voices sounded over the land in prayer, in ceremony, in thankfulness and in concert with all of Creation. Today we listen to many different voices that purport to speak for the original people of Turtle Island....
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    The Path Begins

    Imagine camps along a flowing riverbed with children playing, elders and families talking, eating and laughing. Forests stand tall and proud providing shade, fuel and shelter for the people. The land is rocky, sandy, grassy, or wide open. The plants and animals roam freely following a greater plan. The...
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    AFN is an advocacy group and INAC is not the Crown: Where are the nations?

    Treaties that were signed or agreed upon between the encroaching settlers and original people involved two world views. The initial treaties from the Eastern door are called peace and friendship treaties, but this is a recurrent theme in all treaty making that involves the original people. Peace and harmony...
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    Indian Agents at the Fort tables

    Mu WÎyan Î’uch (Thunder woman speaks) Long, long ago in our camps or lodges the people lived each day with a spiritual and community connection. The closeness of our people with the land and their environment meant our traditional people or medicine people knew when a visitor or special...
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    Mu WÎyan Î’uch: Thunder Woman speaks

    By Rachel A. Snow For this inaugural column, I will speak on education. If we think back to the teachings and original education systems of our ancestors, we would remember that our skills based education systems included our spirituality and original kinship laws. Everything in our societies or communities...
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