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Guest Post: A Day for the Love of the Game and All Those Who Love It - Putting Aside Contentious Differences on “National Jersey Day,” in Remembrance and Reconciliation

Guest Post by Jordan Oelke

Jordan is a recent graduate of the University of Guelph’s B.A Honours anthropology program, with a focus on Indigenous-settler relations and environmental anthropology. 984 more words

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Alberta Health Services apologizes for addressing letter to 'Treaty Indian'

Alberta Health Services (AHS) is apologizing after a letter from the health organization’s finance department was addressed to “Treaty Indian” rather than using the name of the 15-year-old girl the letter was intended for. 577 more words


Shut up, Jordan. (or: Who can speak for First Nations)

Jordan Peterson, a professor at the University of Toronto, has made a practice of being a loud and regressive voice on subjects he doesn’t understand and can’t be bothered to learn about. 991 more words


The Debate About Indian Residential Schools Misses the Point

It’s never been about good and bad experiences. It’s always been about Canada’s Indian Problem.

✎  Wayne K. Spear | January 25, 2018 • Current Events… 811 more words


Why Development Projects Are Failing Taiwan’s Aboriginal Peoples

Written by Agathe Lemaitre.

In this article I will explain briefly the difficulties encountered in the implementation of development project for aboriginal people organized by the Taiwanese government and the deficiencies of this kind of top-down development process. 1,227 more words