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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation: Universities need to revisit their founding stories

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Transportation Safety Board probes tour boat sinking on Haida Gwaii

Transportation Safety Board probes tour boat sinking on Haida Gwaii

RICHMOND, B.C. — The Transportation Safety Board has sent a team to British Columbia's north coast to probe the sinking of a tour boat in Haida Gwaii.
Hold fire: Re-enactors fear being targeted by NY gun law

Hold fire: Re-enactors fear being targeted by NY gun law

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Some historical battle re-enactors in New York are holding their musket fire because of worries over the state's new gun rules — an unplanned side effect of a law designed to protect the public's safety.
Canadian Museums Association recommends 10 ways to decolonize heritage sector

Canadian Museums Association recommends 10 ways to decolonize heritage sector

The Canadian Museums Association is calling for legislation, money and a cohesive national strategy to support Indigenous-led reconciliation in the museum sector.

'Your story does not end here': inquest begins in death of Indigenous teen

Pamela Freeman fought back tears Monday as she told a coroner's inquest about holding her grandson the day he was born, seeing him grow into a precocious and enthusiastic child, and then grieving his death a few short years later.

Museum returns artifacts to First Nation in northern Alberta

EDMONTON — The Royal Alberta Museum has returned seven artifacts from its collection to the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation.
Young Indigenous leaders speak on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation at Senate

Young Indigenous leaders speak on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation at Senate

OTTAWA — Dr. Meghan Beals says she wants Canada's National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to resemble Remembrance Day.
COVID travel restrictions announcement, Fiona's aftermath : In The News for Sept. 26

COVID travel restrictions announcement, Fiona's aftermath : In The News for Sept. 26

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Sept. 26 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Favourite Oh Well captures third running of Mohawk Million

Favourite Oh Well captures third running of Mohawk Million

CAMPBELLVILLE, Ont. — Oh Well was the class of the Mohawk Million on Saturday night. American Tim Tetrick drove the 3/5 favourite to a solid two-and-a-half length victory at Woodbine Mohawk Park.
More Indigenous-led services needed for communities, national wellness summit hears

More Indigenous-led services needed for communities, national wellness summit hears

TORONTO — More Indigenous-led services are needed to help communities deal with tragedies and mental health issues, an Indigenous leader who lost loved ones in the Saskatchewan stabbing rampage said Friday.
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