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Josie Fiegehen

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Indigenous Journalist, Reporter and Artist from Batchewana First Nation. Skoden.

the Sault’s favourite Vegan spot is re-opening soon…

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Veganites of the Sault, wait no longer… your favourite vegan spot in town is re-opening! What used to be Vibe restaurant, on 112 March Street,...

751 unmarked graves discovered by Cowessess First Nation at former residential school

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Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan announced today that they have discovered 751 unmarked graves on the site of Marieval Indian Residential School. The process of...

Indian Friendship Centre in Sault Ste. Marie- Celebrating our History

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Cathy Syrette, Executive Director for the Indian Friendship Centre in the Sault, shares memories of the beginning of the local Friendship Centre, as her...

Frank Belleau- Baaga Adowe

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Frank Belleau is an artist, knowledge keeper, and lover of baaga'adowewin (the sport of Lacrosse). Frank is of the Crane Clan, a graduate of...

Ozhawa Anung Kwe: creating virtual spaces

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Teddy Syrette, spirit name Ozhawa Anung Kwe (Yellow Star Woman) is a Wolf Clan, 2Spirit Anishinaabe Storyteller & Advocate from Batchewana First Nation. They are...

“The Song of Hiawatha” opens conversations on local history

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The Sault Ste. Marie Museum in partnership with the Shingwauk Residential School Centre, are hosting a virtual screening of the 1855 epic poem, “The...

Ontario’s only MPP who attended Residential School, not consulted in yesterday’s announcement

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Ontario’s only MPP that attended Residential School was not apprised in advance of yesterday’s announcement that Ontario will invest $10 Million to investigate former...

215 is the number that shocked the nation, but the numbers will keep climbing…

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Prepare for much more alarming news. This number will continue to grow.  215 is the number that shocked the nation.  That was one school.  There...

Orange signs around town ask for accountability

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Steven McCoy is an active member of Garden River First Nation community, and the creator of Gencity Consulting. Steven McCoy felt a call to action...

Remembering Wawanosh Home for Girls in Sault Ste. Marie

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Sault Ste. Marie was home to two Anglican residential/day schools: The Wawanosh Home for Girls, and the Shingwauk Home for Boys. The Wawanosh Home for...
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