T’Sou-ke woman, who sat in a tree for nearly a month, says protest was about more than a single development

After avoiding police this week, wis-waa-cha (Kati George-Jim) says her action ‘was important to the bigger strategy of confronting the Indian Act’

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With support from Advocacy Canada, Two-Spirit Anishinaabe artist Sarah Jones designed the piece with the words ‘you belong’

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Ahead of Orange Shirt Day, WLFN powwow dancers don orange regalia as ‘symbol of resilience’

Dancers of all ages filled the arbour in T’exelc to display the strength of their cultures while honouring all those affected by residential ‘schools’

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