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A Dollarama in Hawkesbury, Ontario, is facing backlash on social media for selling an Indigenous "Dream Catcher Cutie" Halloween costume.

One Twitter user posted a picture of the costume, writing, "seriously Dollarama!! Less than one week after the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, you still sell racist halloween costumes in your stores! Seen in Hawkesbury, Ontario."

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Forever Fest is bringing a free three-day festival to Toronto this week, and it will support the Legacy of Hope Foundation, an Inidengous charity that supports survivors of residential schools.

The festival will run from October 1 to 3 at Maple Leaf Forever Park and feature live Candian music with headliners like The Standstills, Skye Wallace and The Garden Rock Cover Band.

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On the eve of Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the Ontario government has announced mandatory Indigenous learning will be introduced in grades one to three by September 2023.

Minister of Education Stephen Lecce and Minister of Indigenous Affairs Greg Rickford made the announcement on Wednesday at the Native Child and Family Services of Toronto.

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