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Kilauea Volcano Spares the Big Island
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Deadly Medical Experiment on Yanomami
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Halbritter Speaks at Columbia University
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Wab Kinew Serenaded With 'No Diggity' by All-Women Drum Group [Video]
On March 10 and 11, the It Matters to Us conference took...
Dance Festival a Brilliant, Growing Showcase of Native Culture
When darkness falls, the Museum of Anthropology, a...
Teen Player Killed in Car Wreck Leaving Little NHL Tourney
The Red Rock First Nation is mourning two of its very...
Store Pulls Dated, Stereotype-Laden 'Tintin' Book From Shelves—Temporarily
A Winnipeg branch of the Canadian bookstore chain Chapters...
University of Alberta Teepee Vandalism Causes Fear In Indigenous Community
Over the weekend of March 7 to 8, teepee poles erected by...
Two First Nations Tribes Pull Up a Seat on Wall Street
Two of Canada’s First Nations are breaking the glass...
National Geographic Honors Gwaii Haanas as an Outstanding Cultural Tourism Site
Gwaii Haanas has been selected as one of three finalists for a National Geographic Traveler World Legacy Award in the Sense of Place category...
Arctic Adaptations: Inuit Architecture Showcased in Prestigious Venice Biennale
For the first time in the 14-year history of the International Venice Biennale of Architecture, the Nunavut flag flew at the entrance to the Canadian Pavilion , an Inukshuk floatin...
Mother and Son Overcome Adversity to Earn Master’s Degrees Together
Wilfrid Laurier University
Convocation ceremonies are nothing new for Lila Bruyere and Shawn Johnston...
Displaced and Forgotten: Film About Native Flood Evacuees Wins Prize
Treading Water: Plight of the Manitoba First Nation Flood Evacuees has won the Best Short Documentary award at the ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival Awards, which were hande...
Coast Salish Unite Against Tripling Capacity of Kinder Morgan Tar Sands Pipeline
The Coast Salish peoples of the Pacific Northwest are the traditional canoe pullers. They are the cedar people. The salmon nation...
‘Together We Must Heal’: Indigenous Peoples in Canada React to Ottawa Shooting
From First Nations in Ontario to the far northern reaches of Nunavut, in Inuit territory, Indigenous Peoples offered condolences and support for the victims in the October 22 shoot...
Skwachàys Lodge Combines Native Culture and Social Good
On the east end of Vancouver, one of the city’s oldest neighborhood, there is an unusual sight: one six-story building has a soaring totem and Native longhouse on top...
Canada Reels in Shock and Grief as Murdered Soldier Identified and Harper Condemns Attack
Canada reeled in shock and grief at the fatal shooting of a soldier at the National War Monument in Ottawa on October 22, as Prime Minister Stephen Harper condemned the attack...
Canada Parliament on Lockdown as Gunmen Open Fire in Ottawa
Lawmakers and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper have been moved to safety after a gunman fatally shot a soldier guarding Ottawa’s war monument, then entered the Parliament bui...
Battle Continues for Peel Watershed in Yukon Courtroom (Video)
Several First Nations and environmental groups are back in court this month to continue their fight to preserve the Peel Watershed in Canada’s Yukon Territory...
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