February 2017 Newsletter-Feathers In The Wind

In This Issue:
-A Member Writes
-Watching 4 Mi’kmaq Legends Come To Life
-Making Pemmican
-Wild Bison Roam Banff National Park for 1st Time In More Than Century
-African and Native Americans Share A Rich History
-Research Confirms Native American Use of Sweetgrass as Bug Repellant
-Northern Cree Perform at 2017 Grammys
-Honouring Black History Month – Shared Histories: 2 Alliances Between Africans and Natives
-On The Blog: The Trials and Tribulations of DNA Testing
-Judge Rules In Favour of Indigenous Survivors of Sixties Scoop
-Much More Than Code Talking – The Role of Native Americans in World War II
-On The Blog: Rich and Complex Beyond the Red River
-On the Blog: Finding a Fur Trader is NOT enough
-Kent Monkman Walks Canada Back Through Time With ‘Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience”
-Metis Scholarships and Bursaries for 2017