SPECIAL REPORT

Does Bill C-92 Make the Grade?
An Act Respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis Children

INTRODUCING:

Yellowhead Institute’s Inaugural
Research Fellows

ART MANUEL AWARDS:

Announcing the 2018 Awards Recipients!

SPECIAL REPORT

Canada’s Emerging Rights Framework:
A Critical Analysis

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MAR 14 | YELLOWHEAD INSTITUTE

Student Circle
JOR 9th Floor Boardroom
Ryerson University

About Chief William Yellowhead

William Yellowhead (1760-1865), known as Misko Aki or “Red Earth”, was an Anishinaabe leader in what is now Southern Ontario. His traditional territory stretched from East Toronto, through Lake Simcoe, and to hunting grounds in Muskoka, Ontario (the township is named after Yellowhead).While a British loyalist during the War of 1812, Yellowhead also led his people through some of the most oppressive periods of British colonization.


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JULY 27, 2018 | MEDIA INDIGENA PODCAST

Episode 124: Is Canada’s Newest Solution to the Indian Act Worse
than the Problem? PT 2
Featuring: Hayden King and Shiri Pasternak

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