Native Studies News Archive
December 6, 2017 —
'Within the moccasin is a story about life, and a story that can be dated back all the way to the beginning of time'
August 30, 2017 —
Cary Miller, the new head of native studies in the faculty of arts, has brought with her an important conference.
August 28, 2017 —
Niigaan Sinclair shares how fatherhood sparked a crisis in his life after his first child was born
July 24, 2017 —
'The foundation of Canada is based on the exploitation and oppression of indigenous people'
July 14, 2017 —
'Nearly three decades after The Forks in Winnipeg set aside South Point Park for some form of Indigenous development, plans are underway for $1.2 million worth of new cultural and recreation amenities on the forested peninsula bounded by both the Red and Assiniboine rivers'
July 12, 2017 —
'A string of controversy currently rocking the national inquiry into the murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls reached new heights Tuesday after a commissioner announced she was stepping down'
July 5, 2017 —
Native Studies welcomes three new members of faculty, and says good-bye to one.
June 30, 2017 —
You’re going to hear a lot of stories this summer about Canada 150. This is the most important story of all and it's about a name
June 28, 2017 —
“It’s filling in some gaps, I think, in knowledge of what Canada’s true history is and that it didn’t simply start in 1867”