Tag Archives: Metis

âpihtawikosisân Blog

The website âpihtawikosisân (the Plains Cree word for Métis) is a blog written by Chelsea Vowel, a Métis woman from the Cree territory of Lac St. Anne, Alberta, who is currently living in Montréal and teaching Inuit youth at an … Continue reading

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Gregory Scofield’s Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Twitter Project

Since January 2013, Métis poet, storyteller, professor and activist Gregory Scofield has been carrying out a project in order to raise awareness of the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women taking place on Turtle Island. He is tweeting one … Continue reading

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Indigenous Bar Association

The Indigenous Bar Association (IBA) is “a non-profit professional organization for Indian, Inuit and Métis persons trained in the field of law.” The organization aims to “foster public awareness within the legal community, the Indigenous community and the general public in … Continue reading

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