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Six Nations Mohawk Turtle Clan Twins Recognized for Entrepreneurial Indigenous Enterprise by CCAB

Toronto, ON, Jan.  14, 2022 –Six Nations twin sisters have been chosen as the young aboriginal business owners of 2022. Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is excited to announce, twin sisters Dakota and Jesse Brant from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory as dual recipients of the 2022 ...

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Indigenous tourism officials now predicting quicker recovery from pandemic

By Sam Laskaris Local Journalism Initiative Reporter A lengthy recovery from the pandemic, lasting perhaps as long as a decade, is no longer being predicted for the Indigenous tourism industry in Canada. Keith Henry, the president and CEO of the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC), had said this past ...

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The art of reconciliation 

By Rochelle Baker Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Art’s strength is rooted in the moment people connect with a truth rather than just know it. Regardless of the medium, it is a catalyst for empathy and positive change, said multidisciplinary artist Carey Newman, recently appointed the inaugural Impact Chair of Indigenous ...

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Unfinished business between First Nations and Catalyst Paper Excellence 

By Abby Francis  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter “We are working closely with the Hegus John Hackett and the Tla’amin Executive Council to ensure the steps we take in building this new relationship are thoughtful and measured.” That’s what Catalyst Paper Excellence stated in a media release on September 24, 2021, ...

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