Jamie Pashagumskum

Jamie Pashagumskum is a reporter with CBC North's Cree unit in Montreal.

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Quebec Indigenous leaders question gov't commitment to Indigenous issues

With just over one week to go until Canadians head to the polls in a federal election, Quebec's Indigenous leaders are condemning past governments for "colonialist and discriminatory" attitudes on Indigenous issues.

Children who never returned from residential school commemorated in Quebec

The names of 2,800 Indigenous children who died while in Canada's Indian Residential School system were commemorated Monday.

Northern Quebec schools suffer shortage of qualified teachers

Under the pressure of a teacher shortage, school boards in the North are putting unlicensed teachers into classrooms.

Cree police sign collective agreement with the Cree Nation Government

The Eeyou Eenou Police Force officially joined the Federation des Policiers Municipaux du Quebec on April 1 and signed a collective agreement with the government in August.

For English-speaking police in Quebec, access to PTSD services is not a guarantee

For Harold Bosum and other police officers in Quebec suffering from PTSD, services are difficult to access or tailored to those who speak French.

Cree cuber wins national championship

Walter Duff from Chisasibi, Que., won the Skewb event with a time of 3.77 seconds.

'We can learn from it': Cree grand chief asks for return of ceremonial beaded hood

The grand chief of the James Bay Cree has asked the mayor of Montreal for the return of a ceremonial hood held in the Lachine Museum since 1948.

'He is a leader': Teenage Cree cuber hopes to regain national title

Walter Duff is hoping to regain his national record at the Canadian championships this weekend in Niagara Falls, Ont. He previously held the record in the Skewb event — a six-sided, 3D combination puzzle in the style of a Rubik's cube.

Renowned Quebec City chef heads north to learn Indigenous ways of cooking

The head chef of Quebec City’s Fairmont Le Château Frontenac recently visited the northern community of Chisasib, Que., because he is studying Cree ways of cooking fish.

All-Cree-curated exhibition hits the Canadian Museum of History

A new exhibit that explores the James Bay Cree's walking traditions is an all-Cree curated exhibition to be shown at the Canadian Museum of History, in Gatineau, Quebec.

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