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Remembrance Day and Aboriginal Veterans Day Give Indigenous in Canada Their Due
In the United States November 11 is Veterans Day, but today in Canada it is also Remembrance Day, akin to Memorial Day in the U.S.—a day to honor the fallen...
Video: First Nation Soldier Reminisces About World War II Service on Remembrance Day
Decorated soldier Philip Favel, like many First Nation people who enlisted to fight in World War II, was not supported in doing so by his community, according to this video of Firs...
Indigenous Veterans Recognized Across Canada on Remembrance Day
From a statue for a First Nation sniper to a reading of the “Act of Remembrance” for the first time in the Métis language, indigenous people who have served in the Canadian militar...
Aboriginal Veterans Day Commemorates First Nations WWI Snipers, Soldier Sacrifice
Across Canada, aboriginal veterans are being remembered on November 8 for their years of service with the country’s military at home and abroad...
Veteran's Pride in Native Flags Leads to Faceoff and Arrest in Toronto
For indigenous former soldier Davyn Calfchild, the two minutes of silence that were supposed to honor veterans on November 11 were anything but...
Indigenous Warriors Honored on Remembrance Day and Aboriginal Veterans Day
Indigenous leaders, artists and the Prime Minister himself invoked aboriginal contributions to the military on November 11, which was Veterans Day in the United States and Remembra...
Aboriginal Veterans Memorialized in Ottawa Monument
First Nations, Inuit and Métis who have served in the Canadian armed forces over the years finally got their due in Ottawa in 2001, with the unveiling of the National Aboriginal Ve...
Remembrance Day: Aboriginal Veterans Not Forgotten
Aboriginals remember their fallen comrades in war today, with several groups and activities commemorating First Nations, Inuit and Métis veterans...
Métis Vets Get Their Due
Last year marked the 125th anniversary of the 1885 resistance of the Métis, in which the aboriginal group composed of descendants of the unions of early fur traders with Inuit and ...
Anishinabek Salute Warriors on Remembrance Day
Generations of warriors have been putting their lives on the line to defend their First Nations and Canada for years...