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The Intrepid Canadian

The focus of this creative policy recommendation is to highlight only one aspect within the broader policy recommendation entitled, A Policy Brief Ensuring Continued...

“That which has long been known”: The Role of Indigenous Communities in Science

When you travel, people often use the phrase “be like one of the locals” as advice to fully immerse yourself in a culture. This concept is the easiest way to...

Mi’kma’ki, Indigenous Peoples and Our Collective History

“Acadia University is located in Mi'kma'ki, the ancestral territory of the...

Vigil to Commemorate Colten Boushie and Tina Fontaine

It is not a secret that Canada’s justice system, like the American system,...

Q & A on #JusticeforColten

This article draws on Idle No More’s discussion guide related to the Colten...

What Richard Wagamese’s “Indian Horse” Taught Me

With Bell Let’s Talk day  and Acadia Mental Health Week recently passing,...

ASU Calls for Diversity on Board of Governors

The ASU is calling for increased diversity on the Board of Governors (BOG),...

The Right to Offend: Q&A with Dr. Rick Mehta

News Editor Colin Mitchell sat down with Dr. Rick Mehta on Friday January 12th...