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Bearhead implores educators to have courage to do things differently

Charlene Bearhead isn’t one who is in the least reluctant to speak her mind, but that doesn’t imply for a minute that the education lead at the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation doesn’t have a cerebral side as well.… +Read More

Justin Trudeau pressed on Indigenous support at Saskatoon town hall

A First Nations leader wondered why Prime Minister Justin Trudeau chose to dredge up old stereotypes during a town hall in Saskatoon on Wednesday. Trudeau spoke of “a number of chiefs” he has met who asked for money without considering how it can best be used. He said it’s clear those chiefs “haven’t actually talked to their young people.” That didn’t sit well with Saskatoon Tribal Council Chief Felix Thomas. “It was a little bit odd,” Thomas said in an interview after... +Read More

Give some First Nations schools more money than urban counterparts, says federal minister

First Nations schools deserve the same level of funding as those in Canada’s cities and towns, but some First Nations schools should get even more, says Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Carolyn Bennett. In an interview with CBC News, Bennett noted… +Read More

First Nations schools suffer as they wait for federal funds

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continued to talk this week about boosting First Nations education funding, but chiefs are growing impatient. Trudeau pledged the new money back in March. None of it has reached struggling First Nations schools. Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations… +Read More

Library creates a place for reconciliation

Everybody in Kelly Bitternose’s family attended Indian residential schools, but no one talked about their experiences. It wasn’t until he heard his brother giving a speech about his school years that Bitternose saw the connection between his family members’ experiences and the difficulties they had relating to… +Read More

Following Their Voices initiative increasing Sask. indigenous graduation rates

For Grade 10 student Chantal Gamble, Mr. Bartsch has changed her outlook on school. “He really knows how to engage with a student when he needs to and help them with strategies and different ways to improve learning.” Gamble goes… +Read More
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