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Reflections On The Pandemic | Chief Hugh Akagi

By: Chief Hugh Akagi Indigenous writer Dr. Thomas King wrote in his book The Inconvenient Indian that everybody wanted to be Indians in the 1960s—even the Indians. Being Indian, authentic,…


Residential Facilities | Chief Hugh Akagi

By: Chief Hugh Akagi I want to add a different perspective to the public discussion about deaths in residential facilities. I don’t call these schools, although some, or even many…


Donald McGraw: Painter and Artist of the Chiefs

Donald McGraw, an Acadian artist and painter honours the New Brunswick First Nation Chiefs with portraits. Margaret Labillois, of the Eel River Bar First Nation and Peskotomuhkati First Nation Chief,…