Video ★ CBC TV: Urban Aboriginals

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Last week, Nadya met with some CBC TV crew for an interview about what it means to be Native and living in a city, such as Toronto. The series of vignettes features urban Aboriginals from across Canada, and originally aired on Tuesday’s episode of Connect with Mark Kelley, April 6th.

CBC TV - Urban Aboriginals - Nadya Kwandibens
CBC TV - Urban Aboriginals - Nadya KwandibensCBC TV - Urban Aboriginals - Nadya Kwandibens

Watch: Aboriginal Life in the City
Runtime: 3:06 mins

The features, including some coverage on The National, were launched with the Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study; “researchers interviewed 2,614 status and non-status First Nations, Métis and Inuit people in 11 cities across Canada: Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, Ont., Montreal, Toronto, Halifax and Ottawa (Inuit only), between March and October 2009. The study was launched to examine “the attitudes of native Canadians who call the city home.” For more information about the Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study, visit:

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