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Louis Riel: "My people will sleep for one hundred years, but when they awake, it will be the artists who give them their spirit back".
Plus d'efforts demandés au Québec pour la minorité anglophone | National
Le commissaire aux langues officielles du Canada Graham Fraser presse le Québec de faire plus pour protéger la communauté anglophone minorit
Native American and Native Alaskan Heritage Celebration
Music, dance and film for Native American and Native Alaskan Heritage Month featuring Bill Neal Elk Whistle, the Sherman Indian High School
Peterborough First Nations and Métis community host Welcoming Celebration
Traditional performances, dozens of community resources on display to welcome newcomers
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2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil on CBC Sports - Germany
Get the latest video highlights and roster news for Team Germany at the Brazil World Cup
The story of Highway 16 is a tale of poverty, vulnerability and violence...
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Kuujjuaraapik woman becomes first female Inuk priest in Nunavik
Within the Diocese of the Arctic, Annie Napartuk-Ittoshot is the first Inuk woman to complete the Masters of Divinity program. Annie says sh