Stefan Richard is a reporter for CBC Indigenous based in Winnipeg. Stefan is a proud member of Sagkeeng First Nation. Follow Stefan's work: @stefanxrichard
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Politicians, the prince and the Pope: 5 times non-Indigenous dignitaries donned gifted headdresses
Pope Francis isn't the first prominent non-Indigenous figure to have been given this symbol of leadership. Here are some other examples.
Sandy Bay First Nation filmmaker wins $10K pitch competition at Gimli film festival
Rachel Beaulieu, a filmmaker from Sandy Bay First Nation, won this year's RBC $10,000 Emerging Filmmaker Pitch Competition at the Gimli International Film Festival in Gimli, Man.
Tsuut'ina youth sets eyes on major leagues after taking MLB pitcher's mound
Tyreese Eagletail from Calgary was selected as one of 50 Indigenous players to take part in the Native American All-Star Baseball Showcase in Atlanta.
Former AFN regional chief Kevin Hart honoured by Football Manitoba Hall of Fame
Former AFN Manitoba Regional Chief Kevin Hart was among 15 individuals and five teams inducted to the Football Manitoba Hall of Fame for his work on and off field.
New arbour in Sioux Valley Dakota Nation collapses 2 weeks before powwow
Sioux Valley Dakota Nation's powwow will be rescheduled after the community's new arbour collapsed weeks before its scheduled debut.
New Indigenous-owned store in Winnipeg aims to answer growing demand for collectibles
Indigenous collectors across Canada are buying, selling and trading Indigenous sports memorabilia.
Indigenous communities mark July 1 with residential school awareness events
For some Canada Day is a reason to come together and celebrate, but many are choosing different ways to mark the day.
Norval Morrisseau, who created Woodland art style, featured in Google doodle
Ojibway artist Norval Morrisseau is being honoured on June 21 with a Google doodle, created by Blake Angeconeb and Danielle Morrison.