B.C. First Nation organizes 3-day healing walk in wake of Kamloops residential school discovery

WARNING: This story contains distressing details Hundreds of people have embarked on a trek along the South Thompson River from Kamloops to B.C.’s Shuswap, with the goal of reclaiming the spirits lost to the city’s former residential school. On Friday morning, participants gathered at Pioneer Park in downtown Kamloops for the opening ceremony to kickstart Walking […]

COVID-19: 1 death, 12 cases in London-Middlesex as province enters 1st stage of reopening plan – London

Jump to: Hospitalizations – Outbreaks – Schools – Vaccinations and testing – Ontario – Elgin and Oxford – Huron and Perth – Sarnia and Lambton One death and 12 new COVID-19 cases have been reported in London-Middlesex, local health officials said Friday. The update comes as the province enters the first stage of its economic […]

Extended curfew hours in effect

News Keino Swamber An Hour Ago File photo – The Ministry of Communications in the Office of the Prime Minister on Friday reminded citizens that extended curfew hours are in effect between Friday and Sunday under the state of emergency. In a statement, the ministry said the weekend curfew starts at 7 pm on Friday […]

Burnaby School District apologizes for exam asking how First Nations benefited from colonial relationships

The superintendent of the Burnaby School District has issued an apology after a question on a Grade 9 social studies test asked students to describe how First Nations people benefited and took advantage of their relationship with colonizers. “We often study the tragic effects on the First Nations people of North America as a consequence of […]

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