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Nov 27 2021
Source: APTN News
Long-time Indigenous rights activist Ellen Gabriel wants Wet’suwet’en land and water defenders to know they’re… The post ‘I stand with… Read more
Nov 27 2021
Source: Daily Excelsior
JAMMU, Nov 27: Unlike Pakistan which uses drones to drop weapons and further terrorism in Indian territory, India uses its… Read more
Nov 27 2021
Source: The Star
The arrests of about 30 Indigenous land defenders and their allies this month provoked calls from protesters in places such… Read more
Nov 27 2021
Source: APTN News
What will it mean for plans to entomb waste on traditional territories?  The post Nuclear industry pitching small modular nuclear… Read more
Nov 27 2021
Source: APTN News
Indian Day School survivors say class action settlement rules are unfair. The post Tribal councils lobbying Ottawa to change Indian… Read more
Nov 26 2021
Source: IndigiNews
TRIGGER WARNING: This story contains information about violence by police against Indigenous Peoples and systemic racism in policing. Take care… Read more
Nov 26 2021
Source: APTN News
Critics in Alberta are calling on the government to overhaul its child intervention policy after… The post Record number of… Read more
Nov 26 2021
Source: The Narwhal
By Matt Simmons (Local Journalism Initiative Reporter) RCMP tear down Gitxsan rail blockade in New Hazelton, B.C., while people across… Read more
Nov 26 2021
Source: IndigiNews
Decolonizing the media at IndigiNews is a family affair. Since early 2020, Lauren Marchand, has been working behind the scenes… Read more

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Le nom spirituel du CNVR, Bezhig miigwan, signifie « une plume ».

Bezhig miigwan nous invite à considérer chaque survivant qui se présente au CNVR comme une plume d’aigle, et à lui montrer le même respect et la même attention que s’il était une plume d’aigle. Ce nom signifie également que nous sommes tous ensemble – nous sommes unis et connectés, et il est vital de travailler ensemble pour parvenir à la réconciliation.