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No wins for Nunavut men’s volleyball, but ‘fun’ memories at Canada Games

Men's volleyball round robin ends, team to play final game for placement in rankings

Another 3-0 loss wasn’t the result Nunavut’s men’s volleyball team hoped for in their final match at Canada Summer Games, but the coach and players are celebrating their achievements nonetheless. This is the first time Nunavut is competing in team sports at the summer games and organizers have said at this point it’s more about...

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Room for reflection

A room dedicated to remembering missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls is part of the new Native Women’s Association of Canada headquarters in Gatineau, Que. The new headquarters — which officially opens Tuesday afternoon to coincide with National Indigenous Peoples Day — is in a former bank, with the memorial room located inside an open vault. Lynne Groulx, the association’s CEO, describes the room as colonial space that has been reclaimed. The headquarters also includes spaces for meetings, ceremonies, crafting and a coffee shop serving roasts from Indigenous-owned companies. (Photo by Jeff Pelletier)