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Dariya Baiguzhiyeva

Dariya Baiguzhiyeva

Dariya Baiguzhiyeva is a Local Journalism Initiative reporter covering diversity issues for TimminsToday. The LJI is funded by the Government of Canada

Recent Work by Dariya

Foleyet Killing of white moose in 2020 was lawful, says ministry

Foleyet Killing of white moose in 2020 was lawful, says ministry

A ministry spokesperson said the harvest was done by someone exercising their harvesting rights
<b>Opioid Crisis:</b> How two land-based programs are helping people heal

Opioid Crisis: How two land-based programs are helping people heal

'When you’re out on the land, you don’t have technology with you ... You’re really able to focus on yourself, your identity, who you are and where you’re going'
<b>Opioid Crisis: </b> Naloxone kits 'saving a life today, changing it for tomorrow'

Opioid Crisis: Naloxone kits 'saving a life today, changing it for tomorrow'

Timmins-area paramedics are the first in the province offering a program allowing staff to distribute naloxone kits in the community
'Sending a quilt is like sending a hug': Missanabie Cree First Nation woman's project supporting residential school survivors (8 photos)

'Sending a quilt is like sending a hug': Missanabie Cree First Nation woman's project supporting residential school survivors (8 photos)

Quilters from Canada and around the world are sending blocks and donations to make quilts for residential school survivors
'We're done waiting': MPs call for independent investigation into crimes committed against Indigenous people

'We're done waiting': MPs call for independent investigation into crimes committed against Indigenous people

Charlie Angus and Mumilaaq Qaqqaq said the government cannot be trusted to do the investigation without an independent body and international observers
<b>CANADA:</b> Peaceful protest to raise residential school awareness held outside Northern Ontario church

CANADA: Peaceful protest to raise residential school awareness held outside Northern Ontario church

'It’s not an attack on one individual church. We want this to go higher,' says one of the protesters
Surveys tracking changing views about newcomers, Indigenous people

Surveys tracking changing views about newcomers, Indigenous people

The first of the six annual surveys launched Tuesday
Chief cautions careful approach to residential school burial site investigation

Chief cautions careful approach to residential school burial site investigation

'St. Anne’s school affected a lot of people. And today, people are still carrying it,' says Fort Albany chief
Timmins-James Bay MP calls on federal government to stop fighting Indigenous children in court

Timmins-James Bay MP calls on federal government to stop fighting Indigenous children in court

Canada has appealed to overturn two Canadian Human Rights Tribunal rulings requiring the government to compensate child and family victims, extend eligibility for Jordan's Principle
Educator explains two-spirit identity

Educator explains two-spirit identity

Stephanie Stephens, who hosted a workshop for Fierté Timmins Pride this week, says she's come to learn that spirit has no gender