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Climbers rush to beat ban on Australia’s iconic rock Uluru 

ULURU, Australia-The sandstone monolith called Uluru that dominates Australia’s arid centre has long been celebrated as a prized peak to be conquered and a sacred site to be revered. But the pendulum is scheduled to take a major swing away from the throngs of international selfie-seekers toward the rock’s cultural ...

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Liberals taking new approach for billions in First Nations education funding

OTTAWA- The Trudeau government is changing how Ottawa allocates nearly $2 billion worth of annual funding for First Nations elementary and secondary education. Starting in April, the federal government will take a new approach it says will mean more predictable money for First Nations schools to make budgets comparable to ...

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Kahnawake Mohawk Chief Norton in Dublin to meet ICUF

DUBLIN, IRELAND-Kahnawake Mohawk Grand Chief Joseph Norton is in Ireland this week meeting with the Ireland-Canada University Foundation. The ICUF says it is exploring ways “in which we can build partnership with the Indigenous Peoples of Canada, and in this context, it was our great pleasure to bring together people ...

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