Why a small British museum went out of its way to repatriate Haida Nation artifacts Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Pinterest Reddit LinkedIn( )
Mouhamad Rachini (2022). Why a small British museum went out of its way to repatriate Haida Nation artifacts Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Pinterest Reddit LinkedIn. CBC. 30 September.
Sarah Chew, Cole Fortner, Alejandro Melgar (2022). Creator's Stone meteorite to be returned to original site in Alberta. City News. 30 September.
Anna Junker (2022). Premier Kenney commits to returning Manitou Stone to Indigenous peoples. Edmonton Journal. 30 September.
CTV (2022). Historical artifacts stolen from church in Lac Ste Anne County. CTV. 22 September.
Shari Narine (2022). Chief concerned about artifacts First Nations don't know about being held by museums. Penticton Herald. 22 September.
S. Vijay Kumar (2020). Bringing the goddess home. Mumbai Mirror. 13 December.
Denise Ryan (2020). Nisga'a woman spearheads new effort to repatriate family house pole from Europe. Vancouver Sun. 12 December.
Cassie Packard (2020). Artist Discovers a Looted Statue in a Canadian Museum's Collection, Leading to Its Repatriation. Hyperallergic. 7 December.
While Installing Her Show at a Canadian Museum, an Artist Discovered a Looted Statue in the Collection. Now, It's Headed Back to India( )
Brian Boucher (2020). While Installing Her Show at a Canadian Museum, an Artist Discovered a Looted Statue in the Collection. Now, It's Headed Back to India. ArtNet News. 24 November.
Varsha Rani (2020). Canada To Return a Statue It Stole From India Over a Century Ago. Vice. 23 November.
Josh Gabert-Doyon (2020). Auction House Repatriates Sacred Indigenous Items, Possibly a Human Scalp. Vice. 11 August.
'Bringing a chief home': Tribe celebrates return of headdress, hopes for more repatriation victories( )
Chris Aadland (2020). 'Bringing a chief home': Tribe celebrates return of headdress, hopes for more repatriation victories. Casper Star Tribune. 6 February.
Betsy Trumpener (2019). Holy statue stolen from Indigenous church dumped in snowy gravel pit. CBC. 18 January.
Cole Kelly (2019). Historic Effigy Stolen, Whacked on Head, Left in Snow for Weeks. My Prince George Now. 17 January.
Laura Woodward (2017). Artifact for sale on eBay questioned by Saskatchewan Metis community. CTV. 27 October.
Doug Cuthand (2017). Cuthand: Indigenous artifacts belong with indigenous people. Saskatoon Star Phoenix. 29 April.
Jason Warick (2017). Federal government agrees to return Métis artifacts. CBC. 1 March.
Rabindra Nath Choudhury (2017). Khajuraho to get back 'Parrot Lady'. Deccan Chronicle. 3 January.
Inside Ottawa Valley (2016). Stolen Jesus head returned to Sudbury church. Inside Ottawa Valley. 23 October.
Ashifa Kassam (2016). Baby Jesus statue in Canada turns heads with artists' 'shocking' restoration. The Guardian. 20 October.
CBC (2016). B.C. allocates $2 million for First Nations repatriation efforts. CBC. 13 September.
Camille Bains (2016). First Nation to use blockades if needed to protect ancient B.C. burial site. The Globe and Mail. 18 July.
Rob Shaw (2016). Ottawa pledges support for B.C. plan to repatriate First Nations artifacts. Vancouver Sun. 6 July.
Brian Morton (2016). First Nations shrine collecting dust in New York museum's basement. Vancouver Sun. 23 June.
Rob Shaw (2016). B.C. Premier wants First Nations remains and cultural artifacts returned from U.S. museums. Vancouver Sun. 21 June.
Kenneth Jackson (2016). Buried Souls: How Ontario bulldozed through a rare Huron-Wendat burial site in Barrie. APTN News. 9 March.
Justin Samanski-Langille (2016). $5,000 statue stolen from Ottawa restaurant. Ottawa Sun. 25 February.
Nazim Baksh (2015). Royal Ontario Museum caught up in looted antiquities investigation. CBC. 21 December.
Sima Sahar Zerehi (2015). Inuit shaman parka 'copied' by KTZ design well-studied by anthropologists. CBC. 2 December.
In Cyprus (2015). Looted artefacts from occupied Cyprus returned. Parikiaki. 28 November.
Woman who found 900-year-old 'Parrot Lady' statue Canada presented to India still convinced it's just a 'nice knock-off'( )
Douglas Quan (2015). Woman who found 900-year-old 'Parrot Lady' statue Canada presented to India still convinced it's just a 'nice knock-off'. National Post. 27 November.
Peggy MacDonald (2015). Chapel Island First Nation celebrates return of historic altar. CBC. 20 July.
Howard Plotkin (2015). Opinion: Return the Manitou Stone to its rightful owners. Edmonton Journal. 15 July.
Chuck Chiang (2015). Chinese visitor face charges in ancient art scam. Vancouver Sun. 29 June.
Simon Arseneau (2015). Raiders of the lost bell. Meridian Booster. 26 March.
Press Trust of India (2015). ASI experts to inspect sandstone sculpture seized in Canada. Business Standard. 24 March.