Indigenous music: promoting healing and wellness through the arts and cultures of First Nations,...

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May 24, 2022 As part of its efforts to encourage and ensure equity, respect and inclusion in its school communities, the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon,...

Journalist Connie Walker tells her family’s residential school story in new podcast

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TORONTO — For investigative journalist Connie Walker, going deep and getting personal is nothing new. But with her latest project, for the first time in...
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AIAI Stands with Indigenous Seeking Justice on National day of Awareness of MMIWG

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London, Ontario – It’s heinous and hard to imagine that we still live in a time where Indigenous women face discrimination based on their...

École Jean-Paul II students display their Francophone pride through the arts

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When the Association canadienne d’éducation de la langue française (ACELF) launched its Prêts, pas prêts, créez!  (Ready, set, create!) contest as part of the...

Students at Georges Vanier display Francophone pride

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In March, students and staff at École catholique Georges Vanier in Elliot Lake displayed their Francophone pride through their participation in various activities presented...

Saint Nom de Jésus students have fun displaying their Francophonie

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This year, kindergarten to grade 8 students at École Saint Nom de Jésus (Hornepayne) took part in the READY, SET, CREATE (PRÊTS, PAS PRÊTS,...

Georges Vanier students celebrate International Francophonie Day

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Earlier this week, students and staff at École catholique Georges Vanier in Elliot Lake celebrated International Francophonie Day! In addition to proudly displaying their...

Michelle Latimer documentary ‘Inconvenient Indian’ lands broadcast premiere on APTN

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TORONTO — The National Film Board of Canada says Michelle Latimer's documentary "Inconvenient Indian" will head to APTN next month, and be made available...

Wawa Students at Saint-Joseph discover the Diwali celebration

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Students from École secondaire Saint-Joseph in Wawa registered in the Religious Studies class recently studied Hinduism, its celebrations and traditions. Led by their teacher...

École Jean-Paul II students enjoy music activity offered by the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra  

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Last week, Junior and Senior Kindergarten students at École Jean-Paul II in Val Caron had the wonderful opportunity to participate in a workshop offered...