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01.08.2019 at 8:47

Learning to Lead hockey camp returns to Whitehorse

In Whitehorse for the camp are current and former professional players Arron Asham, Brandon Montour and Wacey Rabbit, as well as Ashley Callingbull, a model, actress and First Nations activist.

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22.10.2018 at 4:16

A Historic First: Canada’s Remembrance Day Poppy Goes Digital

Justin Bieber, Margaret Atwood, Don Cherry, Sandra Oh, Joannie Rochette, and others join the Royal Canadian Legion in introducing Canada’s new lapel Poppy partner: the “Digital Poppy”

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28.06.2016 at 5:21

Mrs. Universe Ashley Callingbull and her dad are 1st First Nation Amazing Race Canada team

‘I became a warrior woman in the race’ says Callingbull, who hopes to inspire First Nation youth

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02.09.2015 at 8:26
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Ashley Burnham, A Proud Cree Woman, Named Mrs. Universe 2015

In a historic event on Saturday evening, Ashley Burnham became both the first Canadian to win the Mrs. Universe title, as well as the first First Nations contestant — ever. Burnham, who is better known by her maiden name, Ashley Callingbull, is from the Enoch Cree First Nation.

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11.10.2015 at 8:05
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Callingbull to C-51: the influence of the indigenous vote

Ashley Callingbull was recently crowned Mrs. Universe 2015, and wasted no time sharing her thoughts on the current Conservative government and its relationship with Indigenous Peoples: ‘We’re human beings and we’re not being treated as such. I think it’s time we had a new government.’

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16.09.2015 at 7:44
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Mrs. Universe Calls Attention to Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women at TRU

Mrs. Universe Ashley Callingbull will speak with her mother, Lisa Ground, on Wednesday during a special event at Thompson Rivers University. Fashion Speaks will offer a full day of events including dance performances, aboriginal musicians, and a designer fashion show.

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10.09.2018 at 4:18

Kettle and Stony Point First Nation rediscover cultural roots

HIPPEWAS OF KETTLE & STONY POINT FIRST NATION—Citizens of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation recently gathered to rediscover their cultural roots during their second annual Unity Gathering.

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02.09.2015 at 7:00

Ashley Callingbull becomes Mrs. Universe

Ashley Callingbull of Alberta’s Enoch Cree Nation is taking the world by storm. She was crowned Mrs. Universe on Saturday August 29th during a competition in the European country of Belarus and has been the hottest topic on social media since.

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20.08.2020 at 8:54

Stylish creations help support women

The founder of Regina-based Hillberg & Berk has found success in the global jewelry industry, thanks to constant encouragement from the women she surrounds herself with.

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17.06.2019 at 8:43

Go, Team Ahkameyimok!

Former Miss Universe Ashley Callingbull, who is from Enoch Cree Nation, tweeted, “Ahhh I love them!” after she saw a short interview with them.

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24.10.2015 at 5:34

Connected North helps Nunavut youth connect across digital divide

Students at Arviat’s John Arnalukjuak High School spent the week listening to inspirational talks and connecting with young people from across Canada — without ever having to set foot on a plane.

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09.09.2015 at 5:50
Huffpost Alberta

Ashley Burnham, Mrs. Universe 2015, Embraced Cree Culture To Survive Abuse

Ashley Burnham, 25, won the international pageant for married women in Minsk, Belarus, on Saturday. It was the first time a Canadian, as well as a First Nations woman, took home the prize.

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09.10.2015 at 8:04
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Mrs. Universe Ashley Callingbull Named Canadian Dignity Role Model

In August, Ashley Callingbull-Burnham was crowned Mrs. Universe 2015, defeating contestants from around the world. Since then she’s been on national television and has graced magazines and news publications, all while voicing her opinions on murdered and missing Aboriginal women and the latest federal elections, urging people to vote. Now she’s been named the Canadian Dignity Role Model by the International youth empowerment organization Global Dignity Canada.

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22.09.2015 at 5:44
Kamloops BC Now

Fashion Speaks a Success for the Missing and Murdered

Fashion Speaks B.C. brought local and national designers together to bring awareness and raise funds for missing and murdered aboriginal women.

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10.07.2018 at 5:03

Shooting leads to community building

Kola Thompson, Willa Wallace and Jazz Halfmoon Thompson know a little something about turning fear into action.

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