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The cover of anthology Silence to Strength, edited by Christine Miskonoodinkwe Smith. A vibrant painting of a smiling Indigenous face, looking upon a horse, both covered in colourful patterns. Small lines travel between the horse and person's lips, indicating that they are speaking to each other.

Under the Cover: Amplifying the Stories of 60s Scoop Survivors

The 60s Scoop (sometimes written as "Sixties Scoop") was a Canadian policy beginning in the 1960s th ...

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The cover of This House Is Not a Home by Katłįà. A house stands halfway buried into the snow - just the roof and antenna are visible. Two shadowy bison flank the house. The title sits in an evening sky spattered with stars.

Character Study: This House Is Not a Home

A clarion call for land back, Dene author Katłįà's unapologetic novel  This House Is Not a Ho ...

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A graphic with the text: "23+ Reads for National Indigenous Peoples Day", featuring vibrant colours and silhouettes of Indigenous musicians and dancers in traditional and modern dress.

23+ Reading Suggestions for National Indigenous Peoples Day 2022

June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada, and we're marking the holiday by taking a look ...

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In House: Kegedonce Press

In House: Kegedonce Press

Established in 1993, Kegedonce Press’ motto is “w’daub awae” (“speaking true”), and they ...

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In House with ARP Books for Indigenous History Month

In House with ARP Books for Indigenous History Month

Our celebration of Indigenous-authored books and the people behind them continues today in recognizi ...

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Book Cover for Amik by Sharon King

Beautiful Books: Amik

Potowatomi educator and Juno-nominated artist Sharon King's recently released new picture book A ...