Indigenous News Archive
October 3, 2022 —
On September 6 and 7, graduate nursing students participated in Reconcili-action Begins with Education: Turtle Island Project Experiential Exercise for Graduate Nursing Students. The workshop took students through the history between Indigenous Peoples and settlers, beginning before European settlers came to Turtle Island to present-day reconciliation efforts.
October 2, 2022 —
Applications are now open for the Land and Water program, which offers immersive urban land-based experiences, and engaging online workshops and activities facilitated by Indigenous elders, knowledge holders, artists and others.
September 28, 2022 —
On September 29, hundreds of Rady Faculty of Health Sciences students, staff and faculty will observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Bannatyne and Fort Gary campuses honouring residential school survivors, acknowledging systemic racism in the health care system and the important role health-care professionals play in providing equitable mental, physical and emotional health care to every patient.
September 27, 2022 —
The Reconciliation Run, organized by Indigenous student-athlete Tréchelle Bunn, is scheduled to take place on September 30 in Birtle, MB. Registration is still open with an option to participate virtually for those not able to make the trip to Birtle on Friday.
September 26, 2022 —
Part of the “complex truth” behind reconciliation is understanding that public schooling has also played an important role in settler colonialism in Canada.
September 23, 2022 —
There are many opportunities to engage in a day of reflection leading up to and on the day itself both at UM, the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) and off-campus.
September 23, 2022 —
Responding to Call to Action #19, Wanda Phillips-Beck studied the health care policy known as “out for confinement".
September 9, 2022 —
If members of the law Class of 1925 had jumped into a time machine and attended the Juris Doctor Class of 2025 first year law orientation, they would be confounded at the difference in attitudes towards mental health, equality, diversity and inclusion, Indigenization of the Juris Doctor curriculum and a strong movement towards reconciliation.
August 25, 2022 —
The University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Law is pleased to welcome The Honourable Murray Sinclair and retired law instructor Wendy Whitecloud to Robson Hall as Elders-in-Residence starting in August 2022
July 28, 2022 —
Video series celebrates accomplishments of Indigenous alumni and First Nations communities