L’nuey IndigeNews – June 28 – July 4, 2021

A Canadian Indigenous News Update from L’nuey

 

Kwe’ nitap – Hello friend,

the word of the week is

“Kanata”

Meaning: “Canada: village or settlement”

IN THE NEWS

Thousands rally to honour victims of residential schools on Canada Day – APTN News

Orange shirts selling by hundreds in memory of residential school victims – CBC News

P.E.I. Mi’kmaq chiefs, communities taking different approaches to Canada Day – CBC News

Hundreds stand with Indigenous community on Canada Day in Charlottetown – CBC News

Chief Darlene Bernard honoured at Summerside’s civic ceremony on July 1 – SaltWire Network

Summerside police investigating report of boy wearing orange shirt being hit in face – CBC News

Indigenous leaders to meet with Pope Francis seeking apology for residential schools – Global News

182 unmarked graves discovered near residential school in B.C.’s Interior, First Nation says – CBC News

P.E.I. chief says collaboration on UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People will be key – SaltWire Network

Healing together: Lennox Island Mi’kmaq, supporters mark July 1 with Resiliency Day ceremonies in P.E.I. – SaltWire Network

‘This Canada Day had to be different’: Anonymous women string up 585 orange balloons in downtown Summerside – SaltWire Network

Maritime Noon with Bob Murphy: Chief Junior Gould of Abegweit First Nation on PEI speaks about Canada Day celebrations – CBC Listen

POLITICS & LAW

Police say church fires in Nova Scotia, Alberta are suspicious – APTN News

1st woman elected grand chief of Mohawk Council of Kahnawake – CBC News

Final list identified for engagement during Tahltan negotiations – BC Gov News

Mi’kmaw chiefs drop plans to sue province over tax-sharing agreements – CBC News

Blueberry River First Nations win precedent-setting Treaty Rights case – The Narwhal

Manitoba government, MLLC sued over on-reserve smoking ban directive – CBC News

Citizenship oath sworn by new Canadians now recognizes Indigenous rights – CBC News

Manitoba to transition court workers program to Indigenous organizations – Global News

‘Shame on Canada’: Thousands attend Cancel Canada Day rally on Parliament Hill – CTV News

In their words: What Indigenous leaders and political figures are saying this Canada Day – CTV News

Manitoba First Nations leaders hope to work with province after Queen statues toppled – CBC News

Mi’kmaw elders, Halifax council suggest changes to place names with ‘Indian’ in them – Global News

New Brunswick government and First Nations chiefs to negotiate new tax agreements – Global News

Legal battle brewing in northern Ontario over the protection of Indigenous sacred areas, mining rights – CBC News

Top spy agency tracked Caledonia land dispute as possible threat to national security: secret document – APTN News

BUSINESS, FINANCE & ECONOMICS

Pot-shop lawsuit ‘a big smokescreen,’ says Long Plain First Nation chief – CBC News

Membertou’s latest development to break ground this summer – SaltWire Network

Indigenous tourism association negotiating a rebound piece by financial piece – Bradford Today

Indigenous businesses in Manitoba see huge demand for orange shirts ahead of Canada Day – CBC News

New study gives first impression on the impact of intellectual property (IP) on Indigenous businesses – Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

EDUCATION, HEALTH & CULTURE

Stephenville unveils new crosswalk celebrating Mi’kmaw culture – CBC News

Why retrieving former residential school records has proved so difficult – CBC News

Quebec teachers want Indigenous history taught differently in schools – Global News

N.S. Indigenous health consultant working on Mi’kmaw translation service – CBC News

‘Living their truth’: Serpent River First Nation marks its 1st Pride celebration – CBC News

Indigenous leaders express disappointment, sadness over toppling of statues – Winnipeg Sun

Measuring Indigenous Well-Being: What Is Indigenous Services Missing? – Yellowhead Institute

More Indigenous family separations now than during residential schools, advocate says – Global News

Anishinabek Nation’s new interactive online resource teaches students about treaties, rights – CBC News

Canadians want governments working harder on Indigenous reconciliation: USask researcher – Global News

Citizenship study guide remains outdated in its ‘simplistic’ account of Indigenous history, critics say – CBC News

Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw boy walks for awareness: ‘That could have been me in one of those graves’ – Global News

National study highlights successful partnership between First Nations peoples across Canada and academia – News Medical

Government of Canada COVID-19 update for Indigenous Peoples and communities, week of June 28 – Indigenous Services Canada

Minister of Health and Minister of Indigenous Services Announce Funding & Federal Response to support efforts to address racism in health systems – Indigenous Services Canada

ENVIRONMENT, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Inside the Pacheedaht Nation’s stand on Fairy Creek logging blockades – The Narwhal

‘Abysmal attempt’: B.C. wildfire response criticized by Indigenous leader – CTV News

Gitxsan house asserts rights over access to forestry road in northern B.C. – APTN News

Native Women’s Association of Canada launches interactive MMIWG map – CBC News

Development at centre of Indigenous land dispute scuttled – Woodstock Sentinel Review

Tent Mountain open-pit coal mine designated for federal impact assessment – CBC News

Another Alberta coal project added to federal environmental assessment list – Global News

Birchbark canoe project connects generations of Mi’kmaq in Kejimkujik National Park – CBC News

Indigenous TikTok creator spreads awareness for Canada’s First Nation water crisis – Global News

Indigenous Peoples Experience among new offerings as Fort Edmonton Park reopens after $165M renovation – Global News

Nunavut communities tackle climate change using Indigenous knowledge and science – Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada

BCAFN Regional Chief Terry Teegee encouraged by Pacific salmon commercial closures, stresses Crown obligation to engage with First Nations – BCAFN

Government of Canada invests in infrastructure for Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site and Kejimkujik National Park Seaside – Parks Canada

 

Wela’lioq, Msit No’kmaq

Thank you, All My Relations