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Wellness, treatment and recovery services are now more accessible in the North

Opening day for the Woodland Wellness Centre culminated years work by Lac La Ronge Indian Band members.

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Tŝilhqot’in Nation turns former sawmill site into one of the largest solar farms in B.C.

Aerial view of the solar farm located near Hanceville, B.C.

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Climate

Climate change impacts Saskatchewan lakes

Climate change is warming the atmosphere, causing warmer water temperatures that are impacting lakes in Saskatchewan.

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Climate

We have always known

Barb Fraser serving Muskeg tea, (Labrador Tea) from her personal harvest in Northern Saskatchewan.

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Arts & Entertainment

Ghost hunting with an Indigenous twist

Ghost hunting with an Indigenous twist by Sara Poitras The Other Side is an unscripted documentary series that uses a

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News

Wellness, treatment and recovery services are now more accessible in the North

Opening day for the Woodland Wellness Centre culminated years work by Lac La Ronge Indian Band members.

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05 Sep 2022
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INCA stories in Eagle Feather News

INCA Summer Institute 2022 Stories published in Eagle Feather News

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13 Aug 2022
Culture

We have always known

Barb Fraser serving Muskeg tea, (Labrador Tea) from her personal harvest in Northern Saskatchewan.

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23 Nov 2021
Culture

‘Warrior Games’ program showcases Indigenous sports

Warrior Games showcases Indigenous sports by Teagan Roszell   Warrior Games follows the journey of its host as he travels...

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20 Dec 2020
Culture

Not just pretty to look at: Beading project promotes prayer and healing during the pandemic

Journey Home Begins by Jody Henderson, Wild Moon Child by Jazenta Saultier and Fleur by Karen Anderson. Photo by Lori...

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08 Dec 2020
Podcasts

Our Best To You

June 23, 2022

From contemporary beading... to roadside cannabis testing...to Indigenous fatherhood…to a houseful of foster pets. Join us for the best of...

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Podcasts

Home Away From Home

December 13, 2021

Why do students call FNUniv their second home? Listen to this three-part podcast series, which originally aired on MBC Radio,...

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Words of Wisdom

December 20, 2020

Words of Wisdom - 3 episodes INCA News · WOW! Words of Wisdom Radio Special for Indigenous People's Day 2020...

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Podcasts

Connecting Through COVID

December 20, 2020

Connecting Through COVID INCA News · Connecting Through COVID Connecting Through COVID looks at how people have reached out to...

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Arts & Entertainment

Ghost hunting with an Indigenous twist

December 23, 2020

Ghost hunting with an Indigenous twist by Sara Poitras The Other Side is an unscripted documentary series that uses a...

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Arts & Entertainment

APTN’s ‘Taken’ shines light on unsolved MMIWG cases

December 20, 2020

APTN's Taken shines light on unsolved MMIWG cases By Maria Shakhawat Taken is a documentary series produced by Eagle Vision...

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Arts & Entertainment

Literary festivals move online

May 22, 2020

Photo: Festival of Words 2019. Moose Jaw Public Library Rotunda. Photo credit: Rob Harden

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Darlene Gilbert at Beals Brook blockade. Photo by: Crystal Greene

Climate Defenders

IMPACTS – RESISTANCE – SOLUTIONS

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Endurance 

INDIGENOUS VOICES IN COVID TIMES

Art by Shianne Gould
Art by Shianne Gould

Broken Promises

AN INVESTIGATION INTO FIRST NATIONS DRINKING WATER

Picture of the grasslands on Wood Mountain Lakota First Nation. Photo credits Christina Gervais
Point of View

What will we do when there are no grasslands left?

Grasslands are considered one of the most endangered ecosystems on the planet. At the same time, they are among our...

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10 Dec 2021
Climate

Exploiting sacred resources leads to environmental breakdown, says First Nations woman

Photo by: Amber Desnomie taken at Peepeekisis Exploiting sacred resources leads to environmental breakdown, says First Nations woman Climate change...

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10 Dec 2021
Point of View

Logging away the traplines

Photo by Bee Bird Logging away the traplines Viewing his own hunting grounds gives a senior trapper more questions about...

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23 Nov 2021

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This news site is produced by students in the Indigenous Communication Arts (INCA) program at First Nations University of Canada. INCA is about people. Our family of students, teachers, mentors and alumni work together to guide the next generation of journalists and communications professionals. Our goal is to give students the skills and knowledge to tell great stories across all media platforms. INCA offers a two-year diploma program that prepares students to work in the communications industry, including Indigenous and mainstream media (print, broadcast, and web), and public relations. Every second summer, we offer the INCA Summer Institute in Journalism (INCA 200). INCA 200 is a 7-week crash course, boot camp, immersion in all things journalism.  For information about the program, visit www.incaonline.ca

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