Category Archives: Social Media

First Story Toronto

First Story Toronto is a project of the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto.  It documents the Indigenous history of Toronto and shares it through various initiatives including First Story Tours, walking tours of places in the city, and archival materials.

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Lawyer’s Rights Watch Canada (LRWC): First Nations’ Rights

The LRWC is “a committee of Canadian lawyers who promote human rights and the rule of law by providing support to human rights defenders in danger.” The non-profit society was founded in 2000 and is based in Vancouver, BC. The LRWC … Continue reading

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Defend Our Coast

With First Nations leadership, civil society organizations and thousands of British Columbians participated in a mass day of action on October 2012 at BC’s legislature in Victoria. Two days later more than 70 actions took place in communities all across … Continue reading

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Aboriginal Cultural Awareness for Youth

Aboriginal Cultural Awareness for Youth is a program created to help “non-Aboriginal children and youth to a better understanding of Aboriginal culture and learn to respect Aboriginal peoples.” The on-line interactive curriculum examines contemporary issues affecting Aboriginal communities and people and … Continue reading

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Free the Children: Aboriginal Programming

Free the Children’s Aboriginal Programming offers non-Aboriginal youth an opportunity to learn about Aboriginal peoples, history, traditions, and more. “Through campaigns, leadership programs, inspirational We Day events, lesson plans, video clips, blog posts and social media channels, Free the Children is … Continue reading

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10 Missing Women RCMP Campaign

The campaign was started in October 2013 and was used as an opportunity to try to create awareness surrounding the growing disappearances of Aboriginal women in Canada. It was created to coincide with the visit of James Anaya, a UN … Continue reading

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Two Row Times

The Two Row Times is an Indigenous newspaper that aims to reach out to Aboriginal communities across Canada and the United States. Though the publications have articles written for or about other Indigenous nations, the Two Row Times is primarily for … Continue reading

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