Seldom does an audience leap to its feet and erupt in...
A painting of two First Nations women on a storefront in...
It’s outdoor-festival time in Montreal, and that means more...
Indigenous and human rights leaders in Canada welcomed the...
For the second time in a five-year period, a Native...
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Canada

Theresa Braine
8/1/15
As crews continue scraping up two football fields’ worth of black goo that spilled from a Nexen Energy pipeline into the muskeg of northern Alberta, Canada, First Nations and tribe...
Theresa Braine
7/30/15
Seldom does an audience leap to its feet and erupt in cheers at the end of a movie...
ICTMN Staff
7/28/15
A painting of two First Nations women on a storefront in Bathurst, New Brunswick, has incensed Natives who say that it is insensitive given the crisis of Missing or Murdered Indige...
ICTMN Staff
7/26/15
It’s outdoor-festival time in Montreal, and that means more, much more, than the Just for Laughs comedy fest or the Montreal International Jazz Festival...
ICTMN Staff
7/24/15
Indigenous and human rights leaders in Canada welcomed the validation contained in the latest report from the United Nations Human Rights Committee as it addressed the prevalence o...
Nanette Deetz
7/24/15
A red-tailed hawk circled, clouds parted, and sunshine broke through early-morning fog along the San Francisco Bay, the rays illuminating an altar where a bucket of sacred water fr...
ICTMN Staff
7/22/15
Though tribes and other opponents of the Keystone XL oil pipeline have been granted intervenor status in a series of hearings before the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission (P...
ICTMN Staff
7/20/15
Special trucks were hard at work vacuuming up an oil-emulsion spill the size of three football fields on July 19 as Nexen Energy apologized for the pipeline rupture that sent 1.3 m...
Sam Laskaris
7/20/15
For the second time in a five-year period, a Native American lacrosse team has withdrawn from the 2015 Federation of International Lacrosse U19 World Championship...
ICTMN Staff
7/17/15
A 1.3-million-gallon spill of emulsion—a mixture of bitumen, water and sand—south of Fort McMurray in the Alberta oil sands of Canada is one of the largest the country has ever see...

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