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Archive for December 2021

Tiffany Prete: Understanding the trauma from residential school systems

Tiffany Prete is a member of Kainai, the Blood Tribe of the Blackfoot Confederacy in Alberta. She is a scholar with a doctorate in Philosophy in Indigenous Peoples Education at University of Alberta. Honoured to have Tiffany speak with Allan on the impacts of colonization and the understanding of trauma caused from residential school systems…

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Agreement signed to train more Indigenous physicians

By University of Alberta  |TroyMedia Six northeastern Alberta First Nations partner with the U of A to improve health care for their members Six northeastern Alberta First Nations have formed a new partnership with the University of Alberta to train more Indigenous physicians and improve health care for their members. The memorandum of relational understanding…

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Follow our Indigenous neighbours to a carbon-neutral future

By Gerry Chidiac | TroyMedia The Wet’suwet’en are trying to preserve our planet in the face of the oil industry trying to amass profit     A major issue is getting surprisingly little coverage in the Canadian media. While we looked away to watch the impact of the climate crisis on farmland in southern British…

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In Loving Memory Of Rita Fraser

Rita P Fraser passed away peacefully at Passamaquoddy Lodge, St Andrews, NB. on Thursday, November 25, 2021. Born in St Stephen, NB., daughter of the late Fred and Edna Hartford. Rita is survived by her children: Allan (Doreen) Fraser of Upper Tower Hill, NB., Kathy (Talmadge) Anderson of Mohannes, NB., Rick (Terry) Fraser of Mohannes,…

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