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    WIPCE 2017 comes to a bitter-sweet close

    The 2017 World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education in Toronto has come to a bitter-sweet conclusion with a mass of indigenous cousins returning to their people and their homelands.

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    WIPCE 2017 attracts large Māori contingent to Toronto

    The World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education, or WIPCE, draws Indigenous representatives from across the globe every three years to share successes and strategies for culturally-grounded Indigenous education. This year a large Māori contingent travelled to Toronto, Canada to participate in the conference.

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    Canada's Supreme Court says no to oil company

    The Supreme Court of Canada has over ruled oil and gas exploration off the coast of an isolated Inuit Hamlet in Northern Canada.

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    Waka captains selected for Canada adventure

    Noel Woods and Tūparahuia Pita have been selected as Leaders to represent Toi Māori at the Tribal Canoe Journeys 2017 expedition in British Columbia, Canada with the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde. 

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    Canadian prime minister renames National Aboriginal Day

    The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced the renaming of National Aboriginal Day to National Indigenous Peoples Day. Trudeau says Canadians come together on this day to recognize contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Metis people.

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    NZ Black Ferns begin campaign with a win over Canada

    The Black Ferns have got off to a good start in their campaign of the international women's rugby series, defeating Canada 28-16 at Wellington's Westpac Stadium. 

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    Haka Energy drink company apologises to Māori

    Māori Television received a response today from the Uruguay Haka Energy drink company which has caused an uproar online over the use of the Māori word, "Haka" and the branding of their drinks depicting Māori moko designs.

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    Too many Māori and First Nations in jail- Canadian Justice Minister

    Canada’s first indigenous Attorney General and Minister of Justice Jody Wilson-Raybould says there are too many Māori and First Nation’s people in jail – and she wants to do something about it.

  9. Video for Canada on the horizon for Māori Producer
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    Canada on the horizon for Māori Producer

    A Māori theatre producer is on a mission to empower the Māori culture and increase the influence of te reo Māori through theatre.  Amber Curreen is set to take the first Māori play to the RUTAS Indigenous Arts Festival in Canada next month.

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    Tuhoe leaves lasting impression on Canada's Justice Minister

    Bay of Plenty iwi, Tuhoe have left a lasting impression on Canada's first female, indigenous Justice Minister and Attorney General. The honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould visited the tribe's headquarters in Taneatua today. 

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